After Mass Fellowship
We encourage all to join us for Fellowship in the Parish Hall after the 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. Mass every First & Third Sunday of each month. Coffee, juice and donuts are served, but the best part are the smiles and conversations that are served up at each table. This is a beautiful opportunity in a relaxed atmosphere to get to know other parishioners, as well as catch up with those you know well. This is not a time for parish leadership to talk about parish business, so feel free to join in without the pressure to “get involved”.
Speaking of getting involved, if you are interested in learning about how you can help serve your fellow parishioners after Sunday Mass, please contact the church office. 859-273-9999. They will be happy to put you in contact with the Ministry Lead.
Prime Timers is a social group at Pax Christi for individuals age 50 and above. The group offers:
- Spiritual and social advancement for its members
- A social environment for its members and the parish as a whole
- Community services to the parish and the greater community
Throughout the year, the Prime Timers sponsor a number of social events and trips for its members. The group takes day bus trips, they often plan a show and dinner, and they enjoy a day at Keeneland during race season. They also hold an annual Christmas Party in the Parish Hall. The Prime Timers sponsor a Flower Sale in the Spring and the Fall to help support their activities.
The annual membership fee is $10 a person and is due at the annual meeting (watch the bulletin for the date for this years meeting). Membership is NOT restricted to parishioners. If you would like more information about the Prime Timers, or have questions, please contact Huie Yang firstname.lastname@example.org or Frances Goodfriend email@example.com
Married Couples Group
This group of Catholic couples was started in November of 2021 and is geared toward all married and engaged Catholic couples of all ages. The intention of this group is to ignite and help the Catholic Faith continue to grow amongst couples as they navigate marriage, parenting, and the journeys that life takes them on. This group meets on the second Saturday of the month after the 5 p.m. Mass for a potluck dinner in the Parish Hall or sometimes they meet at the home of a family who offers to host. Childcare is available. For more information, please contact Tanya Dvorak firstname.lastname@example.org
God’s Pantry Ministry
God’s Pantry Food Bank serves residents of 50 counties in Central and Eastern Kentucky. Pax Christi works closely with God’s Pantry through volunteering at a local pantry or the main warehouse during Lent. In addition, the Knights of Columbus host a Lenten 40 Cans for 40 Days non-perishable food drive for God’s Pantry. If you are in need of assistance, would like to volunteer, or donate, please visit God’s Pantry website.
Communion For the Homebound
It is a mission of ours to identify those of the parish in need of receiving the Blessed Sacrament. Those who are vulnerable or immune-compromised because of age, health, or medical reasons are still under no obligation to attend Mass at the risk of their well-being. This ministry is for those who are truly isolated either by age, medical issues, or lack of transportation. If you or someone you know fits this description and would like to receive the Blessed Sacrament, contact Deacon John Brannen.
If you are interested in becoming an Eucharistic Minister who could visit the homebound, please contact Deacon John Brannen
email@example.com or 859-273-9999 extension 1551.