BUILDING AND GROUNDS: Perfect for someone who cannot commit to a monthly project or ongoing
responsibility. This committee cleans the Bride's Room and sanctuary of the church twice a year, during
Advent and during Lent, usually on a weekday morning.
COMMUNITY SERVICE: You'll see the Spirit in action if you join the Community Service Committee!The
committee organizes the Guild's support of the Christian Community Services Center (CCSC) including
Back to School, Jingle Bell Express and Azalea Dinner as well as Amazing Place, Ronald McDonald at
TCH and the monthly parish food drive. The committee may also evaluate other community service
opportunities for the Guild's consideration throughout the year.
CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY: Perfect for someone who is available on weekdays and on short
notice. A large pool of members is required, since not everyone is available when needed. The members
assist at Funeral Masses for the parish.
HISTORIAN: The Historian records the Guild year in photographs, taking photos at meeting and parties.
Photos are posted on the web site, shared with members, included in the Newsletter Chair and used to
chronicle the Guild Year. This is a small committee that looks for people that like to work with photography
and capture the essence of our
HOSPITALITY: This committee provides the daytime luncheons and evening dinners for our monthly
meetings. Members can sign up for the month of their choice and help cook, set tables, serve and clean
up. This committee offers a great way to get to know other ladies in the Guild.
MARTHA: The Martha Committee is the companion committee to the Corporal Works of Mercy. Members
are needed who are available on short notice. We host receptions following funerals for family of Guild
members or any member of the parish who requests our help. We set up for the reception, serve the needs
of the family and clean up following the
event. Most of the receptions are catered by the family.
MEMBERSHIP: A perfect way to get to know everyone in the Guild. Help by greeting the members at the
door at our monthly meetings and making them feel welcome; checking in members at the arrival desk and
giving them their nametags. This committee is responsible keeping the membership roster up to date,
making new members feel welcomed including interviewing new members for the newsletter, conducting
the membership drive, and receiving dues.
NEWSLETTER: The Newsletter Committee ensures that the St. Anne's Guild Newsletter reports
informative, timely and accurate material that is of value to the organization and its members from
September through May of each Guild year. The Committee Chair(s) develops and edits the newsletter
contents, and the Committee members provide assistance with collection of the material, proofreading
and printing/distribution of the monthly paper copies. This committee is a good fit for Guild members who
enjoy reporting on the special events, volunteer efforts and items of
interest for each month’s issue.
SPIRITUAL LIFE: If you want to help in sustaining and growing in our prayer life as a Guild member, this
committee is for you. We plan the Advent and Lenten Days of Prayer; write reviews for the newsletter of a
spiritual book we have read; keep up the Guild Book of Prayer; and choose prayers for each meeting.
TELEPHONE: If you have a phone, you’re needed. This committee provides a great service by updating
members not on email with the late-breaking events, meeting information, and the Guild prayer chain. The
more members on the committee, the fewer calls each person has to make – usually 3 or 4 calls per
person, a couple of times a month.
WAYS AND MEANS: This committee needs a variety of talents as it plans and implements Guild
Whether you can sign up for ongoing work like publicity and planning or help with set up and work at
events, you are
WEDDING ASSISTANCE: Not available weekdays? Then this is the committee for you!All weddings
have Friday evening rehearsals and Saturday weddings and you’ll only have a wedding every 4-6
weeks!Weddings at St. Anne are such beautiful events, but they need our help to come off without a hitch.
While minimal training, you’ll lean to conduct a rehearsal and a wedding and share in the joy of a couple’s
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