Volunteer at St. Aedan's
Saint Peter's University
Saint Peter’s Food Pantry and Clothes Closet
From 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm, on the first and third Saturday and 1-3 PM on the last Sunday of each month, volunteers distribute food, clothes, and toiletries to those in need. The Saint Peter’s Food Pantry and Clothes Closet is located in the basement of 39 Tuers Ave.
This program repackages unused food and turns it into healthy meals to be delivered to people struggling with hunger. Volunteers are needed to repackage food, pick up donations, and deliver meals. Shifts take place on Monday through Friday afternoons, 2:30-5:30PM at 39 Tuers Avenue.
Monthly Dinner for Saint Lucy's Shelter
Each month volunteers gather to prepare dinner for the residents of Saint Lucy's Homeless Shelter on the last Saturday of each month to be delivered on Sunday. Volunteers are needed to help prepare the meal on Saturday from 1-3pm and deliver on Sunday at 1:30pm
If you are interested in volunteering, please email email@example.com
Calling all singers and instrumentalists to help lead music during weekend Masses. No prior experience or musical training is required -- just the ability to carry a tune or play an instrument, a commitment to rehearse once a week, and a passion for leading and serving through music.
St. Aedan's Schola is an adult volunteer choir that sings at the 9 AM English Mass on Sundays. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings, and at 8:20 AM on Sundays. For more information contact Joseph Hill, University Director of Music.
Ministers of Music of St. Aedan's are individual volunteer singers and instrumentalists who lead music at 1 PM English Mass on Sundays. No age requirement. Rehearsals are at 12:20 PM on Sundays. For more information, contact Paulo Tirol, Assistant Director of Music.
Coro Unidos En Cristo Jesus - St. Aedan's sings at the 11 AM Spanish Mass on Sundays. For more information, contact Dennis Lansang, Music Director.
We welcome those interested in helping out during Masses:
lectors to read scripture and prayers;
altar servers, young adults who have had the first communion up to college age, to assist the priests during the Mass;
ushers to help welcome churchgoers, distribute weekly bulletins, and assist in taking the collection; and
Eucharistic ministers to help distribute the body and blood of Christ.
Some training is required. For more information, contact Joy Villanueva, Parish Secretary.
Our catechism program for children, Family Faith Formation, welcomes catechists to help teach and assist. Classes are held on Sunday mornings during the academic year. For more information, contact Joy Villanueva, Parish Secretary.
Church Beautification Volunteers
A group known as the "flowerets" gathers at the church on Saturday mornings to arrange flowers and clean the church. For more information, contact Joy Villanueva, Parish Secretary.
Social Justice Volunteers
The parish's social justice program welcomes professionals willing to share their skills, especially pro bono lawyers to provide counseling (particularly immigration counseling); but also interpreters particularly in Spanish and Arabic. For more information, contact Joy Villanueva, Parish Secretary.
General Volunteer Opportunities
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