Promoting the spiritual growth and apostolic work of the parish. Coordinating body for organization and group activities in the parish. Assess both the spiritual and temporal needs of the parish, community, diocese, and the world.
Manage and oversee the parish finances, develop and implement an annual parish budget. Meetings are January, April, May and September, or as needed, at 7:00.
Welcome new members to the parish, promote a sense of hospitality to all parishioners fostering a sense of unity and family. Meetings are as needed on the 2nd Thursday at 5:30 pm.
Coordinated by the Hospitality Committee.
Plan, prepare and serve refreshments for bereaved families and their guests.
Plan, prepare and serve lunch for bereaved families and their guests.
Coordinators are Sharon Jessen and Henrietta Pelster.
To enrich and celebrate faith, encourage the involvement of all parishioners. Communicate, plan and facilitate Liturgical Celebrations. Meetings are quarterly, Jan.-Apr.-Aug.-Oct., on the 3rd Sunday at 10:15 am.
This committee meets on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 pm.
St. Patrick's Council of Catholic Women (CCW)
All registered women in the parish community 18 years of age and older are considered members of this service and faith sharing organization. Each woman is assigned to one of 12 teams, which have two Team Leaders. Teams are responsible for sharing in social events, fundraisers, dinners, etc. Co-Chairs are Christine Radtke & Autumn Ramirez.
Knights of Columbus, Council 1861
Open to all registered Catholic men of the parish community 18 years of age or older. Grand Knight is Thomas Mathine.
If interested in receiving information about the Knights of Columbus, please complete the form here.
You can also join online by going to KofC.org/JoinUs.
Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SidneyKofC
St. Patrick’s Rummage House
1040 14th Ave
St. Patrick’s Rummage House was started in 1965. It provides quality, useable clothing, furniture, appliances, electronics, books, toys, etc.; a way to recycle merchandise and help families provide for themselves with dignity. All merchandise is generously donated by the community and is very moderately priced.
Occasionally, excess clothing is delivered to The Orphan Grain Train. Referrals for assistance come from Head Start, Health & Human Services, DOVES, Schools, Panhandle Community Services and King’s Daughters. Thru these referrals, items are given away. Give Away’s are also offered in August for “Back to School” and “Pre-Christmas” in December.
The Rummage House Volunteer Staff sort and price donations on Monday and Wednesday 8 – 11 am and Wednesday evenings 5 – 7. Selling days are Friday and Saturday 9 am – 3 pm. It is with enthusiasm, diligence and good organization of the Rummage House Volunteer Staff that make this sharing a reality!
Find out more here.