Click the link(s) below to find out more details regarding Volunteer opportunities, Social & Support groups within the Parish Community. You can also visit our weekly Bulletin for upcoming and special opportunities.  If the ministry does not have a web page or you have any questions please contact the Parish Office.

Adult Bible Study is a chance for people to express what the scriptural readings are saying to them and how that might affect their faith.

Altar Serving is open to adults, plus children (boys or girls) in 4th grade or older.

Amy’s Angels visit people in rest homes two times per month. Call Sr. Virginia

Baking Ministry help with special event and baking needs throughout the year. Call Sr. Virginia

Baptism Ministry assist in coordinating monthly community Baptisms.

Bereavement Ministry assist families in details of a funeral/memorial Mass. We endeavor to be a source of love, comfort, encouragement and support.

Catholic Men’s Fellowship comes together to share Christian fellowship and prayer.

Christian Meditation Group come together Tues. 7pm, Thurs. 11am and Sat. at 9am.

Divorced & Separated Group is a safe and supportive environment for those who have recently become separated or divorced.

Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations. The Catholic Church is called to participate in the quest for unity by promoting Ecumenical and Interfaith relations, as mandated by the Second Vatican Council. It is therefore essential that each parish, as a part of its mission, seek ways to further unity.

Environment & Art Committee decorates the church during the different seasons of the year.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EM’s) serve Holy Communion.

Get On The Bus brings children and their caregivers from throughout the stat of CA to visit their mothers or fathers in prison, all at no cost to the children's family.  

Home Ministry of Prayer participants receive a monthly letter to pray for Parish intentions.

Hospitality Volunteers provide a continetal style breakfast after Sunday morning/midday Masses and on special occasions.

Lectors read Scripture and other prayers at the liturgies.

Liturgy Committee

Marian Group is a devotional Ministry to Mary. They also provide lectures, classes, retreats and devotional activities. Questions? Contact the Coordinator at rita@ritabazeley.com   

Martha's Kitchen is a ministry to provide food and friendship to the poor and hungry in our area every Fri. 7-9am.

Ministry to the Sick & Homebound bring Holy Communion to those who cannot come to church.

Mission Circle supports the poor in the suburbs of Bombay. The group organizes two fund raisers to assist in their efforts.

Music Ministry opportunities include leadership through the 10:30am Choir, as cantors or instrumentalists.

Office Help -> Please call the Parish Office if you can assist with computer, telephone and other administrative tasks.

Online Giving

Our Lady of Guadalupe Ministry helps in preparation & celebration of the yearly Mass on December 12th.

Parish Social Events Committee plan parties & organize special events. Volunteers are needed in all areas.

Planned Giving

Prayer Shawl Ministry is a prayer and knitting ministry devoted to providing people support, comfort and celebration with a hand-knit shawl.

PrimeTime Generation is a fellowship group for people over 40 who share common interests and faith.

Professional Entertainment Fellowship are members of the entertainment community who meet to find inspiration in the realms of both career and spirituality.

RCIA Sponsor is a person who walks the journey with someone becoming Catholic or completing Sacraments.

Religious Education Catechists lead the Liturgy of the Word for Children during the 10:30am Mass, or give instruction Saturdays: 9am–10:30am, Sept.–May.

Single Parent Group is a fellowship opportunity for single parents.

Spiritual Reading Group reads a selected book and discusses a section at each meeting.

Sunday Sip Coordinators assist in the once-a-month social after the Sunday 5:30pm Mass.

Sacristans prepare needed details needed for the celebration of all Sunday and weekday liturgies, as well as special occasions.

St. Vincent de Paul Society provides one- time aid to those suffering from extreme circumstances.

Ushers & Greeters welcome everyone to liturgies, and assist the assembly in various capacities.

Wedding Ministry assist coordinators in details of wedding ceremonies.

Welcome Ministry implements practices which reach out, embrace and warmly welcome new parishioners.

Women’s Group meet in faith & fellowship while supporting one another through love & God’s grace.

Young Adults of Good Shepherd (YAGS) (aprox. 20-30+ years old, married or single) meet to grow in faith and fellowship through social, spiritual, and service opportunities. Our goals are to strengthen not only our bonds in friendship, but our faith as Catholics as well.

Young At Heart group provides opportunities for learning, fellowship and faith- based activities for seniors.