Pastoral & Community Life
are dedicated to providing opportunities for all parishioners to come together in our diversity, to offer their time and talent to address needs and to encourage community building based on trust. The Pastoral Life Ministry works to identify community needs and to develop and implement community-wide programs. The Pastoral Life Ministry embraces stewardship and encourages parishioners to actively participate in the life of the parish.
The Art Club meets every Monday at 10AM and Wednesday at 6:30PM in the Ministry Center from September to May.
For more information contact, Gerry O'Donnell at 856-534-0063.
The parish Coffee Klatch meets every week following the 9:30am daily Mass in St. Patrick's Lower Church. This is a gathering of men and women for lady & fellow-ship.
For more information contact the Parish Office at 856-845-0123. Coordinators: Ann Hink and Delores Dietrich
Extraordinary Minister to the Sick
Extraordinary Ministers to the Sick bring the Body of Christ to God’s people who are homebound, hospitalized or in nursing homes.
Ministers need to participate in a Diocesan preparatory class.
For more information contact David Misilewich,OFS at 856-251-9086 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Ecumenical Ministry of Holy Angels Parish Community Outreach is currently served by Jerry and Jean Washko. They participate in the Greater Woodbury Cooperative Ministries (GWCM), representing Holy Angels Parish in this local ministerium. There are nine local Churches that participate.
If you would like to look further into this ministry and share in this Ecumenical venture, call Michelle Schultes at 856-845-3568.
Gathering of Women's Group
Meets every other Wednesday at 12:30pm
(see parish calendar or bulletin for dates)
May - September group meets in Red Bank Battlefield -by the Pavilion.
October - April group meets in the Ministry Center at 8 Green Avenue, Woodbury.
(Bring your own lunch and beverage)
If interested or for more information, contact Barbara Giordano at 609-706-5696 or
Phylis Misilewich at 856-251-9086.
The Grief Support Ministry is designed to assist people in their time of need following the loss of a loved one. It is a very personalized ministry to help people transition to life without their loved one.
A seven week support group is offered either in the afternoon or in the evening in the fall and spring.
If interested, contact Julie Rutherford at 856-845-1846; Tasha Amendt at 856-848-3942; or Lorraine Woodring at LWoodring@yahoo.com.
Health & Wellness
The Health and Wellness Ministry, formed in the spirit and mission of Jesus Christ, is dedicated to caring for the greatest gift from the Father, Life and Health.
The group brings its faith in God’s love, comfort, and healing to serve the community by promoting wholeness and physical, emotional, and spiritual health. The ministry does this by serving the role of health educator, health counselor, health facilitator, coordinator and trainer of volunteers as well as a referral source.
Events include: monthly blood pressure screenings with awareness themes and educational literature, Blood Drive, and Flu Clinic.
If interested, contact Parish Nurse, Barbara Gallagher at 856-430-5803.
The Hospitality Committee provides refreshments for parish events and special Masses. If you like would like to help by baking or buying a baked goods for these occasions please contact the committee chairman, Cindy Trovato at 856-853-8115 or email@example.com .
Life & Social Justice
The Social Justice Committee is called to serve as a resource and catalyst to empower our parish community to work for peace and justice. Our activities are based on the biblical and theological foundations of Catholic social teaching. They stimulate parish awareness of Catholic Social Teaching and promotes action in defense of human life and dignity. If interested contact, Jerry Washko at 856-845-6944 or firstname.lastname@example.org Anne Connor at 856-845-4182 or email@example.com
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Parish Finance/Pastoral Council
Finance Council members are appointed by the Pastor and they will assist and advise the pastor in financial matters relating to the parish.
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Pastoral Council members are an elective & appointed body of parishioners that assist the Pastor in identifying the needs of the parish community, setting goals and planning, implementing and evaluating procedures and programs that address those needs, and so fulfilling the mission statement of our parish community.
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St. Vincent De Paul
What is the St. Vincent de Paul Society?
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international organization of Catholic lay men and women. It was founded in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam in Paris, France. The Society’s structure was shaped by its founder, (Frederic Ozanam) and guided by the patronage of St Vincent de Paul. (Father of the Poor & Apostle of Charity).
In addition to helping needy families on a case by case basis, St. Vincent de Paul, coordinates Thanksgiving Baskets and the Gift Tag Project at Christmas(see above).
St. Vincent de Paul Society meets every second Tuesday of the month except for July and August. For questions or more information contact, John McIntyre at 856-848-7744.
New parishioners can register at the parish office or on line. Welcome Packet s will be offered to them containing a church directory, a house blessing card (blessed by Father). If you are new to parish and need information please contact the Parish Office at 856-845-0123.
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