Contact our Church office to learn more about our many ministries.
Spanish Bible study organized by Maria Rivera.
For girls ages 8 to 13 years-old. It is a great way for moms and daughters to spend quality time together. Contact Marie Garcia.
We have excellent choirs at 7:00 AM Mass (Spanish), 9:00 AM (English), 10:45 AM (Spanish), and 12:30 PM (Spanish). We welcome your voice and musical talent. The Choir is led by: Ruben Vasquez at 7:00 AM, Lola Loudd at 9:00 AM, Jose Sandoval at 10:45 AM, Severo and Rosa Diaz at 12:30 PM, and Jose Vasquez at 6:00 PM.
Young people who are in high school (9th & 10th Grades) spend two years preparing to receive the Holy Spirit in the sacrament of Confirmation.
Serve the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass. They are also called to bring Jesus to others in their day to day lives. Led by Marjorie Harvey (English) and Guadalupe Mercado (Spanish).
This group oversees the budget of the parish and school and is called to make sure that the pastor is a good steward of the resources of the parish. It is led by Bernice Chapman.
This group is for couples who are in civil unions or living together who wish to receive the blessing of God in the sacrament of marriage. Couples are helped to renew their love for each other and for Jesus.
The ‘Healthy Life/Vida Sana’ program by St. Francis Hospital is designed to help participants maintain a healthy lifestyle with exercise and proper nutrition. The program leader helps you monitor your progress in all aspects. We have exercise classes on Monday and Wednesday and Friday.
Proclaim the scriptures at the Mass. They are called to proclaim the scriptures but also to be transformed by them.
This group meets to plan and organize our Sunday Mass and special liturgies. The Chair is Lola Loudd.
The men’s group is a support group to help men live in a more Christ-like manner and to become better fathers, husbands, and leaders in our community. This group meets Monday & Friday nights from 7-9 PM. The leader is Pablo Serrato.
Ministers to the Sick
The Ministers to the Sick visit and aid people who are sick or house-bound due to illness or old age. Contact the Parish Office.
This group works to organize the neighborhood to make it a safer place for families. They hold house meetings and organize monthly meetings with the Los Angeles Police Department and Sheriff’s department.
Novenario for Virgin of Guadalupe
Every December people gather from neighborhoods all around the parish to honor the Virgin of Guadalupe in backyards and living rooms. Mary the mother of Jesus transforms families and brings us closer to each other. Each year parishioners talk about community problems and renew their efforts to make our neighborhoods safer and friendlier places.
Parish Security Team
These 25 men take turns every evening of the week and Sunday mornings to open and close buildings for parish activities, to make sure that children and adults are safe while they are on the premises, and to guide visitors to meeting areas.
The Council meets to advise the pastor on the vision and direction of the parish and bring their insights and expertise to help the parish thrive.
This group gathers weekly to praise God with music and song and helps people experience the loving power of God in their lives. They meet Friday nights at 7:00 PM. The Koinonia Prayer Group meets Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.
Prepares adults to receive the sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion, and Confirmation.
During Lent people gather in the neighborhood to meditate the Stations of the Cross in each home. On Good Friday they present a living Viacrusis through the streets of the neighborhood to the church.
Whole Community Catechesis
Whole Community Catechesis brings families closer to Jesus as well as preparing children for sacraments of confession and Holy Communion. We want to make Sacramental preparation an experience of evangelization and catechesis for the entire family. They meet Tuesdays from 5:30 – 6:30 PM, Fridays from 6:15 – 8:15 PM, and Saturdays from 9:00 – 11:00 AM. They are led by Sister Luz Dari Villera.