Join a Choir or Music Ministry

Please, call the parish office: (650) 871-8944 Monday through Friday between 8:30 and 5:00 PM. Leave your name, phone and desire and the secretaries will refer you to the appropriate group. Persevere!

Women’s Group

All women are welcome! Gatherings are on occasion and announced in the bulletin and in this space when scheduled. For more information, please email us. 

Pro-Life Rosary

Unite as a community praying the Rosary for the sanctity of all life from conception until natural death. Meditative hymns are sung, along with the recitation of the Rosary. No experience required. Mentors provided. Contact the coordinators.

Eucharistic Adoration

The Blessed Sacrament is exposed and adored by volunteers who sign up for one hour or more to pray before the Lord Jesus present in the Monstrance. See our Adoration schedule on the front page of our site. 

Finance Council

Advises the Pastor on financial matters of the parish and school. Responsible for monitoring all income and expenses, and approving the annual budgets.

Offertory Counters

A group that counts the funds collected at Mass each week. Each group volunteers about once a month.

Parish Pastoral Council

The PPC is involved in most activities and programs effecting the liturgical and spiritual life.

Senior Altar Server

Men and women who assist at Mass or Funeral masses to enhance the worship of our faith community.

Stations of the Cross

Held Friday evenings during Lent followed by soup and sharing.


Volunteers who assist people to their seat if necessary. They also take up the collection.

Men’s Group

All men are welcome!  Join us for coffee, a light breakfast, socialization, and engaging (no pressure) conversation about our faith in a relaxed environment. Questions? Please email the coordinator for future dates.

Altar Server

Boys and girls who assist the priest at the liturgy.

Baptism Preparation

Preparing parents for the formation of their child’s faith.


Each Friday night there is Bingo in the Parish Hall. Please refer to the Facebook page for more information.

Eucharistic Minister

Extraordinary Ministers of Communion who serve the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass and to the sick and homebound.

Fellowship Committee

Volunteers who coordinate social activities and gatherings of parishioners during the year.

Flowers and Grounds

Volunteers who care for and beautify the grounds and church.


Parish volunteers who warmly welcome parishioners as they enter the Church for Mass.


Reader who proclaim the Scriptures at Mass and other services.

Liturgical Linen Service

Responsible for the preparation and care of the altar linens. This includes the washing and ironing of purificators, corporals, and altar linens.


Rite of Christian Initiation – preparation of adult candidates for Catholic sacraments.


Duties include preparing the altar for Mass and cleaning the altar following Mass.

Soup Kitchen

Provides hot meals on a monthly basis to the homeless.



Small Christian Communities

A Small Christian Community is a Community of Faith

Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianas

  • A group of people, normally eight to ten who respond to God's calling to enter into a personal relationship in prayer life, for the purpose of strengthening their faith and sharing it with each other
  • Grounded in faith in Jesus Christ, Scriptures and Tradition
  • Linked to other Christian communities primarily through the Eucharist
  • Bonded unto the large Christian Community – the Parish.

Small Christian communities are groups of people who come together on a regular basis to pray, read and reflect on the Holy Scriptures, connect their faith into action through reaching out to the poor and the marginalized in acts of charity and social justice.

It is an evangelization model seeking to build a "community of communities which parish leaders receive an in-depth formation, uninvolved parishioners are invited to join faith-sharing groups, and parish organizations move toward being small church communities, revamping their meetings & allowing the Spirit to open them to a new vision of parish." (manual: For Leaders of Small Communities In Multi-Cultural Parishes, Betsy Lamb)

Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianas

Una Pequeña Comunidad Cristiana les ofrece a todos la experiencia de ser la Iglesia. Igual como los primeros Cristianos, las Pequeñas Comunidades Cristianas se reúnen para compartir el Evangelio, y nutrirse con la Palabra de Dios y compartir las experiencias de Dios en sus vidas y ser formados en las diferentes formas de discipulado. Se reúnen en casas particulares y las reuniones de los coordinadores son cada 2ndo domingo del mes a las 7pm en el salón Youth Room.

The Mission of a Small Christian Community:

  • ​Evangelization of its members and society at large
  • Bearing witness
  • Teaching and learning
  • Outreach and Support for the People of God
  • Enriching the Liturgical Life and Ministries of a Parish
  • Service, especially to the poor and marginalized in our Society.

A Small Christian Community Gathers Regularly for:

  • Mutual faith sharing
  • Scripture reading and Reflection
  • Prayer and worship
  • Service to the Community of Faith and the Liturgical Life of a Parish: as Lectors, Ushers, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist etc.
  • Visiting the sick and the homebound: Bringing them Holy Eucharist and ministry of caring.
  • Service to the larger Community.

How often, for how long and where do they meet?

  • ​Weekly, every two weeks, or monthly, depending upon the structure and needs of the group
  • Normally in homes or at the parish Center
  • Meetings run for about two hours.

Each Friday night there is Bingo in the Parish Hall.  Please refer to the Facebook page for more information.

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