MEN’S CLUB: The mission of the Men’s Club is to unite the men of St Thomas More to promote spiritual and social interest, and to aid in the work of the parish. Our guiding principles are these three pillars; Faith, Fellowship, and Service. Be sure to keep up with the weekly bulletin for details on meetings, social gatherings, etc. For questions on the Men's Club, please email [email protected]
MEN’S SMALL (PRAYER) GROUP: The weekly meetings are every Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Community Center. We are growing in faith and fellowship through prayer, reading, and
discussing the weekly Liturgy, etc. The group works on a "drop in week by week when you can” basis. Please call or text Mark at 708-287-7120 (not 702). New members are always welcome!
LEGION OF MARY: The object of the Legion of Mary is the glory of God through the holiness of its members developed by prayer and active cooperation in Mary’s and the church’s work. Its priority is the spiritual and social welfare of each individual. The members participate in the life of the parish through the visitation of families, and the sick, both in their homes and hospitals, and through collaboration in every apostolic and missionary undertaking sponsored by the parish. The praesidium holds a weekly meeting where prayer is intermingled with reports and discussion. Every legionary is required to carry out weekly apostolic work in the spirit of faith and in union with Mary. If you’re interested in joining, please contact Linda Dayawon at 702-956-4272.
PIECEMAKERS: We meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month (unless otherwise announced) from 9:30-11:00 am in the Community Center. Help us make scripture quilts to support those experiencing illness, loss, or hardship, in a friendly and creative ministry. Sewing skills are not required. For more information, please call Pat Burkitt at 702-376-5410.
ROSARY MAKERS: Rosary Makers provide handmade rosaries to various organizations including Nellis Air Force Base, St Therese Mission, and Society of St Vincent de Paul to name a few. We gather on the third Monday of the month at 1:15 pm in Community Center. If you are interested in joining the group or have any questions, please contact Deb Mailhot at 702-407-8244. We will train you, no previous experience is required.
SENIOR LUNCHEON/GAMES: On the second Thursday of each month at 11:30 am, all seniors (55+) are invited to join us for lunch and games. During this time, we’ll recognize birthdays, anniversaries, and other high points. For more information, please contact Salvy Mc Ilvaine at 702-617-4547.
SINGLE SENIORS: Are you an active single senior 55+, looking to meet new friends in our St. Thomas More Community? Join us on the first Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am in the Community Center. For more information, please contact Carol Carpino Sturm at 702-606-3900.
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 the Parish Office at 702-361-3022.
NEVADANS FOR THE COMMON GOOD: Nevadans for the Common Good, or NCG, is a broad-based coalition of institutions in the Las Vegas area. We have more than 40 religious congregations, nonprofits, and other members. This coalition has been built to cross the lines of race, religion, neighborhood, and political affiliation. We are an NCG member. Our core team meets on the third Thursday of the month in the Community Center. Our meetings are open to all. Please come and check us out. Natalie Eustice (702-630-3543) is the STM contact...please call her for more information!
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: Here at STM, we have over 6,000 registered people. Our parish has many needs requiring men to step up and help when needed. Men, if you’ve been looking for new ways to expand your faith, service, and fellowship, check out our Knights of Columbus group. There is a $40 annual dues fee for the Knights of Columbus (first year free). To join the Knights of Columbus or to transfer/reinstate your council you can do it online at www.kofc.org. For questions on KoC, please contact Tom Melton, Grand Knight at 702-510-5481. For all things KoC, click here or scan our QR code above.