Connecting With Others and Getting Involved

St. Gabriel Church is blessed to have over 100 active parish-life and outreach ministries.  There are many wonderful ways for you to get to know others, grow in faith, and use your talents and gifts in service to Christ.

Ministries 

Information on our many ministries can be found in the Ministries section of our website and in our Stewardship Booklet.

  • Our Parish Life Ministries are responsible for developing a sense of welcoming, belonging and involvement through its groups and activities in an effort to further enrich the St. Gabriel community.
  • Our Worship and Liturgical Ministries serve the faithful through their active participation in the celebration of the Sacred Liturgy. Their commitment enables our community of faith to be nourished by the Word and by the Eucharist.
  • Our Outreach and Support Ministries are responsible for ensuring that the pastoral care, social services, peace and justice needs of the parish and community are being met thru assistance by our parishioners.
  • Our Hispanic Ministries provide opportunities for fellowship, service, spiritual growth and participation in the Sacred Liturgy to our Spanish-speaking parishioners.

Living Your Strengths 

Have you ever asked yourself what God wants you to do? Do you know what your God-given talents are? Can you recognize the God-given talents of others? Our parish regularly offers “Living Your Strengths” for adults and “StrengthsQuest” for teens to help you recognize your unique, God-given strengths and understand how they impact your roles, relationships and faith.

Moving On After Moving In 

Moving On After Moving In is a small-group program for women who are new to Charlotte and looking to meet others, offer and receive personal and spiritual support, learn about Charlotte and the St. Gabriel community.  The program is based on the book Moving On After Moving In by Susan Miller.  Read more about this program here.

Cluster Groups 

Within our large parish, we have formed Cluster Groups to create small faith communities. As a new member, you and your family will be assigned to one of these groups based on your street address and zip code.  While some clusters are more active than others, we hope that you will find fellowship and hospitality in your group.  For more information, please contact Denise Murphy, Cluster Coordinator, at drm3218@carolina.rr.com .

 Volunteering Policies:  Safe Environment

All volunteers who work with children, young people or vulnerable adults must complete "Protecting God's Children" training, authorize a background check, and complete several forms.  Find details here.

 

 
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