Parish Life

By Baptism, Catholics are called to serve one another. In imitation of Christ who said, “I have come to serve, not to be served.”
Sew & Sews

 An outreach ministry for the sick and homebound through prayer and the gifting of quilts made by the members. The “prayer quilts”, available upon request, are a reminder of the faith community’s continuing prayer for their welfare.  

Parish Outreach

Debbie Thompson is coordinating this ministry. She would be very happy to have others go with her to minister to the women. If you would like to share your time and talent with this ministry, please contact her at 422-3507 or 863-1010, or just talk to her after Sunday Mass.

Help Needed: The Bereavement Committee (people of the Parish that provide food for a meal for the families after a funeral) needs your help in providing a dish for this ministry. If you are willing to be put on the food calling list to bring a dish for funerals please contact Charlene Lawson at 270-422-2087. Thank you

Prayer Chain/Card Ministry

Pray for others in need. You will be sent an email notifying you of people requesting prayers (surgery, illness, loss). You will also have the option of sending them a card. Please submit your email address to join this ministry, as you will be notified via email only.

Prayer Ministry: Consciously praying for the needs of the parish and especially those asking for prayer on the prayer request list published weekly in the bulletin.  

Click here to send a Prayer Request

Social Activities

Help plan special activities such as potluck dinners, receptions, and other special events that help promote fellowship in our parish. Plans receptions for Confirmation, senior Mass, the parish mission and other special functions as needed. Reports pantry needs to chair.

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Plenty of oppotunities to get involved. Contact a member of the Parish Council to get involved by clicking here.

PARISH COUNCIL: Representatives of the parish, foster he full participation of the entire parish in the life and mission of the parish and the Universal Church by setting parish direction and planning. Requires participation in the parish selection process and to have one's name drawn for service. Monthly meetings. Consultative to the pastor. 

FINANCE COUNCIL: Mandated by Church law to advise the pastor in the financial area of parish life. Appointed by the pastor.

Administration Committee: Upholds the work of the parish ministries and programs by maintaining and planning improvements to keep the parish facilities and grounds in good order. Directed by the pastor. 

Ground and facilities: Volunteers working under the direction of the Administration committee concerning maintenance. 

Yard Work: Volunteers to weed and clean designated areas of the property. 

Living Memorial Committee: Volunteers to weed and clean the living memorial area.

Handyman jobs: volunteers to help with minor projects and repairs (janitorial, plumber, electrical, yard work, heaving lifting)

PICNIC AND HARVEST FESTIVAL CHAIR: Annual fundraising and community events to help with parish upkeep. Directed by chairperson and team who organize and oversee all aspects of the events. Requires the ability to motivate and work with a variety of people.

Booth Chairperson: Responsible for operating a designated booth in preparation for and on the day of the event. Includes set up, clean up and recruiting booth workers.

Dining Room Worker: Assists in the set up, serving and clean up of meals. 

Kitchen Helpers: Prepares or cooks the food for the dinner and helps in the cleanup of the kitchen area and dishes.

Set up and Clean up committee: Helps before and after activities.

Cemetery Committee: Oversees the development and upkeep of St. George Cemetery according to the directives of the archdiocese.

The Bereavement Committee (people of the Parish that provide food for a meal for the families after a funeral) needs your help in providing a dish for this ministry. If you are willing to be put on the food calling list to bring a dish for funerals please contact

Charlene Lawson at 270-422-2087. Thank you

WOMEN'S JAIL MINISTRY

“The women at the center have also made rosaries to send to the missions. A great deal of thanks goes to Patty Farrell for teaching the class. With your continued support, whether monetary, attending services at the center, volunteering for future activities or your prayers, it is my hope and prayer by the grace of God that we are able to continue this program and hopefully change, in some small way, the lives of these young ladies. We are so blessed to have such a wonderful parish!” Always in Christ, Debbie Thompson.