Committees

We have many committees to grow in.
Welcome Committee

Welcome Committee

This committee is a group of parishioners who take care to call new parishioners each month, and follow up with a home visit, personal welcome and presentation of helpful St. Nicholas materials.

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St. Nicholas Party

St. Nicholas Party

Annual Parish Party in honor of St. Nicholas our patron saint. An evening of fun, food and fellowship in a very family friendly atmosphere.

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Social/Community Life Committee

Social/Community Life Committee

This committee coordinates and plans parish social events that promote a sense of belonging, includes receptions following the RCIA rituals, confirmation, and first Eucharist liturgies.

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Parish Lottery

Parish Lottery

This Parish activity is held in late May or early June to raise funds for specific projects determined each year.

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Nursery

Nursery

Ever find it hard to give both the Word of God and your small children adequate attention during Mass? We’ve been there!

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NickFest

NickFest

Fun-filled family event for people of all ages from our youngest to our senior members.

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Coffee and Donut Sunday

Coffee and Donut Sunday

This gathering after the Sunday Masses is an opportunity to get to know one another, to visit and meet new parishioners.

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Romans 8:31

If God is for us, who can be against us?

Ministries

Discover all of the opportunities in Outreach Ministries.
Ushers

Ushers

Our Ushers locates seating, assists with collection baskets and presentations of gifts, assists in emergencies during Mass, and prepares church interior after each Mass.

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Liturgy Committee

Liturgy Committee

Through study of church rituals, liturgical seasons, and prayer, the Liturgy Committee forms and plans variations of liturgy elements (prayers, music, movement, environment) and organizes ministries crucial to liturgical celebration for St. Nicholas.

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  • Ways the Community Can Serve You

    The most important ways a church community should always serve you are by providing good liturgies, quality lifelong opportunities for educational and spiritual growth, celebrate with you the joyful times, walk with you in painful times and be available when you are in need. The St. Nicholas Church community wants you to feel welcome and have a sense of belonging.

    If you would like to belong to a group or get involved in one of our many ministries or if you need one of these services listed below, please check the appropriate box. If you have any questions about any of these programs, please call the office at 618-632-1797
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