Parish Groups

  • Altar Servers: Marie-Bernadette Frewin
  • Bulletin: Sharon Hofmann
  • CWL – Paula Stewart, President, pauladianestewart@yahoo.ca; (604) 886-1329
  • Eucharistic Ministry: Claudette Hawkins 604-886-3126
  • Hall Rental – Elizabeth Ng – 604-886-2447
  • Knights of Columbus (K.O.C.): A Catholic Men’s Fraternal and Service organization which meets monthly.The Knights of Columbus is the largest lay organization in the Catholic Church. Knights of Columbus are men committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, and the defense of the priesthood. Here on the Sunshine Coast, the Knights are active in charitable contribution and volunteer service. If you are interested in becoming a Knight, check out our website. Or contact: 604-886-8228
  • Lectors: Members of this group proclaim the Scriptures during the Liturgy of the Word: David Short
  • Men’s Breakfast – St. Mary’s: First Saturday of month, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Contact Keith Brind: 604-886-4738
  • Music Ministry: Sunday Mass MarieBernadetteFrewin@gmail.com 5:00 pm Saturday Masss – Janet Crosby & Reg Pawliuk: 604-886-2625
  • Parish Pastoral Council: Contact Fr. Jack
  • Parish Religious Education Program (P.R.E.P) Marie-Bernadette Frewin
  • Project Advance: Kenan MacKenzie kenanmackenzie@dccnet.com
  • PRO-LIFE Representative: Pat Walker 604-885-5734
  • R.C.I.A: How do I become Catholic? Faith is a way of seeing. It is a way of understanding, answering, and living the fundamental questions of life. To be a Christian and a Catholic is to see, celebrate and live life in a particular way. If your heart is leading you to seek a deeper relationship with God, or if you are simply curious about what Catholics believe, then the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the place to start. It is the process by which the Church community shares its faith and love of the Lord. Contact Fr. Jack
  • How long does it take to become Catholic? If you have never been baptized, it can take from one to three years. The reception into the church of those baptized in other Christian traditions depends on the candidate’s readiness, which is determined jointly by the candidate and the Pastor. For information contact Kathleen van der Sande @ 604-886-6647
  • Together Against Violence: Abuse manifests itself in many ways including physical, sexual, verbal, emotional, economic and religious. Abuse is the misuse of power, which harms and diminishes the other person. For information about domestic abuse or how you can help someone live without fear, call Our Lady of Good Council Help line 604-640-7549 or toll free at 1-888-333-773
  • Ushers: Informally organized group of Parishioners who greet fellow Parishioners, take up the offerings and provide other help in the church. Contact: David Short 604-886-8228