Parish Life

Church Cleaning

Volunteer team members meet weekly and prepare the church for Masses. Activities include replacing votive candles and holy water, organizing the sacristy, children’s room (cry room), reconciliation room and the church.

Ann McChesney


Inviting Catholics Home

This ministry provides a no-stress way for inactive Catholics to explore their options to again become active Catholics. It provides an advocate to discuss current issues and feelings about the Church and Faith and to help remove any barriers or misconceptions that may exist.

Janet Walsh |

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The Dinner Club

The mission of St Brendan’s Dinner Club is to bring parishioners closer to one another as members of the Body of Christ. Everyone belongs. Bonds are created as we break bread together and swap stories, creating real friendships.

The Dinner Club ministry team combines registered couples into “clubs” of 4 couples with similar profiles (i.e. small children, grown children, no children, newlyweds, singles, etc.) to enjoy 4 shared meals that are hosted at the couples’ homes over the course of 5 months.

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Garden & Landscape Committee

This group tends the church, school and rectory grounds. Activities include planting and maintaining existing trees and plantings. The committee also works on both short and long term landscape design plans.

Sally Fisher |



Lenten Fish Fry Volunteers

On Fridays in Lent we offer the parish and the community-at-large a great Fish Fry experience. This event funds an annual school trip and a lot of volunteers are needed to make it happen. Please join us!

Jerry Timko |

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M.A.S.T. (Mature Active Singles Together) is a ministry for single/widowed/divorced persons age 45+ and provides fellowship and support through a variety of social activities.

Chris Hauck


Parish Festival

This spectacular once-a-year activity is also the major fundraiser for the parish!! There is a myriad of volunteer opportunities from being part of the organizing group or as a volunteer during the festival itself. Join us!

Mike Lynch |  bogey052104@gmail

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Parish Office Volunteers

Volunteers are occasionally needed to assist the parish office staff with office activities and parish projects.  And we enjoy having our parishioners working with us in the office!

Teresa Boyne | 614.876.1272 ext 221|


Prayer Shawl Ministry

Parishioners who knit and crochet create prayer shawls for the homebound, grieving, and ill. Members join in as the meeting times work for them or work on their own at home.

Kathy Endrizzi|


St Brendan SCRIP Program

The SCRIP Program offers gift cards and certificates to many local and national retailers. The goal of SCRIP is to offer parish families two ways to help reduce their tuition/fees either through their own earned rebates and or by applying for aid from the Tuition Assistance Fund.

Amy Phillips |


Seniors Now

As a social organization for 55 and older parishioners, seniors gather once a month for group activities such as meetings, lunches, local tours, and presentations. Often the organization assists at parish functions or activities.

Dolores Bennison |

Arts & Environment Committee

Our mission is to enhance the celebration of the Eucharist through thoughtful planning and execution of decorating the Church and Gathering Space to reflect the liturgical seasons. We seek members at all levels of expertise and talent willing to give of their time to enhance our beautiful worship space.

While the bulk of our work comes during holiday seasons, during which we are all busy with our personal lives, it is even more important that we have helping hands during those times in order to lighten the load for everyone. Men and women of the parish, won’t you please join us? For questions or more information,

Kathleen Reis |


Christmas Giving Tree

St Brendan parishioners donate gifts for local families and social service agencies.  Volunteers sort and prepare the gifts for distribution to families.  This project covers just a few weeks and requires very little time, but we do need volunteers to assist with the tree preparation and the gift sorting.

Rhonda Hamrock |