ALL ADULTS are welcome to join us for any of the Adult Faith Formation Sessions. More information can be found here.
MEN’S CLUB: This is a great way to meet other men from the parish and get together to share faith, fellowship, and service activities. Meetings and other events are announced ahead of time at Mass, in our parish bulletin, and here on our website. Please contact Dave at 702-808-3589 or at [email protected] for more information.
MEN’S PRAYER GROUP: We are growing in faith and fellowship through prayer and studying the weekly Liturgy. This group meets on Wednesdays at 9:30 am in the Community Center (new members are always welcome). If you’re interested in learning more about the group, please call or text Mark at 708-287-7120 (not 702).
COUPLES CLUB: This is a community-building organization for adult couples of all ages. Meetings take place on the second Thursday of each month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm to plan outreach projects and social events (including outings) and enjoy a few snacks after the meetings adjourn. Please contact Dan at 785-318-0566 for more information.
SENIOR GAMES/SOCIALS: We are reviving this group. On the second Thursday of each month at 12 noon, we will invite all seniors (55+) in our parish to join us for lunch and games. During this time, we’ll recognize birthdays, anniversaries, and other high points. The gatherings will begin in September. Please contact Salvy Mc Ilvaine at 702-617-4547 for more information.
SINGLE SENIORS: This group is made up of 55+ seniors from the parish looking to meet new friends. They get together once a month. Please contact Carol at 702-606-3900 for more information.
SMALL CHURCH COMMUNITIES: In the earliest history of the Christian movement members met in each other’s homes for prayer, mutual support, a communal discernment of the presence and movement of the Holy Spirit in their lives, and the sharing of Eucharist. In recent years, around the globe, this original design is being re-created in both rural and urban settings. St. Thomas More joins with many other Catholic parishes and communities in embracing the concept of Small Church Communities and in offering this opportunity to its parishioners. Small Church Communities provide people the opportunity to connect with other Catholics who strive to integrate their faith with their ordinary daily lives in families, in careers, in citizenship, and in social responsibility. Each SCC determines its own schedule and place for meetings; they use the Sunday Scriptures for the coming week as the focus for their reflection; they pray together in simple ways, and they often undertake some social service as a group. To join a group or for more information, please contact John at [email protected] or at 702-476-2281.