As Catholics, we are called into community—to share our faith with one another, to pray and work together, and to support each other along the way. The following ministries represent some of the ways that the community of Saint Raphael Parish comes together in friendship and service to one another.
Coffee Hour after Mass
On the 2nd Sunday of each month, parishioners gather for fellowship and refreshments after the 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 am Masses. Parish groups, families and individuals are encouraged to host or help at the monthly gatherings.
Contact: Lelani Prevost email@example.com
The Contact Committee is a group of parishioners helping parishioners with simple practical needs. Members provide rides to church, doctor appointments, grocery shopping, and help with errands. Participants can help as often as their own schedule allows. The committee also hosts a luncheon for volunteers and their “clients” three times a year. If you are in need of assistance or want to help, please call!
Contact: Midge Ellis 415-454-8141 ext. 222
Saint Raphael sponsors youth athletic teams in Volleyball (fall), Basketball (winter) and track (spring). All boys and girls in grades 3-8 are welcome to participate. St. Raphael CYO is coordinated through Catholic Charities/Catholic Youth Organization and is open to all youth who live in the 94901 zip code, regardless of religious affilication.
Catholic Daughters of the Americas
Catholic women who conduct fund raising activities to support Saint Raphael School through special achievement awards and scholarships.
Contact: Sue Brown 415-459-5859 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is part of an international Catholic men’s club whose founding principles are charity, unity and fraternity. The men of our local chapter support the parish and community by organizing community events, supporting parish activities and raising funds for special projects.
Contact: Gary Grablin 415-269-3223 or email@example.com