Our parish life committees help to promote social, recreational, and pastoral assistance opportunities, to build and strengthen our parish community life. Below is a brief description of each committee, for additional information simply click on the name of the committee (if additional information is available). Note: all events are scheduled on the calendar, located under the Home section of our website.
All Pro Dad
Monthly, an All Pro Dad breakfast (using the program from Family First) is held which is designed to strengthen the relationships between fathers and their children. Hands-on activities, video presentations, family discussion, and a time for dads and kids to have breakfast together. For more information, contact Scott Spinetto, 502.425.0237 or email@example.com or click here for additional information.
Boy Scouts of America
St. Albert has an active Cub Scout Pack and Boy Scout Troop that meet in dedicated rooms in Hendricks Hall. Our Cub Scout Pack is open to boys in 1st-5th grade and our Boy Scout Troop is for boys in grades 6-12. Please click here for additional information.
To visit our Cub Scout Pack blog page, visit this link. (You will be leaving the St. Albert website)
This outreach ministry provides meals and support for new parents upon the arrival of a new baby. It is a very special ministry because it allows parishioners to welcome and meet newer families with young children. If you would like to volunteer to take a meal to new parents or if you know of someone who is expecting, please contact Jennie Wilbourn at 502-794-9106.
This annual fall celebration is a great opportunity to have fun and fellowship with our parish family. Volunteering to help is a great way to get involved. Mark and Holly Preischel, 502.425.6253 are the chairpersons for this event.
Our Booster Club heads up the Fish Fry dinners that are held on Fridays during Lent (except Good Friday). This weekly event is a lot of fun to attend and to work. To volunteer, contact Becky Fry at 502.423.9326.
GAP (Graduated Albert Parents) Ministry
This ministry brings together families whose children have graduated from St. Albert the Great school. It is a social group with many fun activities and everyone is welcome to attend. Check the calendar for scheduled events and contact John Weaver, 502.327.6474 for more information. Please click here for more information.
Our scouting program for girls offers an excellent opportunity for community service and personal growth. The program is open to girls beginning in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Please click here for more information.
The first weekend of each month our St. Albert groups host a gathering after a designated Mass. What a wonderful opportunity to fellowship and welcome guests and new families. If you would like to volunteer to help, please contact Regina Kercheval, 502.339.0415.
Markey's Support Group
This support group for those who have lost a spouse meets monthly in the Catechumen Room with dinner at a restaurant to follow the meeting. Contact Terry Harbrecht, 502.425.1960, for additional information.
We are in the process of building this ministry. If you are interested in being a part of the planning team, please contact Dawn Della Bella at 423-1590 x 108.
The members on this committee extend a welcome to all new parish members and assist with a bi-monthly evening meeting. To serve as a greeter or to help make our new parish members feel more welcome in a variety of ways, contact Laura Graven, 502.425.3940 ext. 169.
In addition to 10:30 a.m. mass, the nursery is available during most parish events. the Nursery is located in Hendricks Hall, Room C. To locate the nursery take the walkway between Willett Hall (the gymnasium) and Hendricks Hall and the nursery is the last door on the right. Contact the Nursery Coordinator, Maryann Phillips, 494-1182, if you need childcare for a function or meeting on campus.
Pastoral Care Ministry
This ministry reaches out to members of our parish who are confiend to homes, hospitals, and nursing homes with love, compassion and support in an effort to keep them connected to the parish community. These connections are made with bringing them Holy Communion, prayer blankets, social visits, and sending notes of encouragement. We welcome anyone who would like to join us in this special ministry and would also like to know if anyone in the parish might benefit from this ministry. Please contact Kay Lauer at 502.425.3118 or Susan Carpenter, 502.426.1656.
Those connected with this ministry work with a team who in turn pray for intentions that are passed on to them. Dave Paulin heads up this ministry and can be contacted at 502.339.9268.
Each summer our parish hosts a fun-filled, two-day, fundraising picnic. This is the largest social event for our parish and draws large crowds from our community who all enjoy games, raffles, silent auction, hole-in-one contest, food and beverages. Please click here for additional information.
SOS coordinates volunteer assistance for our parishioners who many need help and support on a short term basis. Services may include household chores, transportation, meal, visitation, and other services that might be needed. Please contact Laura Graven, 502.425.3940 ext. 169 for additional information or to volunteer.
Our Sports program is open to all students of our school and in our PREP program. Seasons (Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer) offer a variety of sports from ages Kindergarten through 8th grade. Click the link above to visit the Sports Ministry page and to find out more about offerings at St. Albert.
St. Al's Aces
The senior members of our parish enjoy monthly meetings and gatherings as part of St. Al's Aces. Members also enjoy planned outings and helpful informational sessions. Please contact Mollie and Nellus Wilson, 502.423.0850, for additional information on membership and activities.