Family Life Committee
The responsibility of the Family Life Committee is to
support resources, programs and structures responsive to
the needs of parish families and to advocate for the
family among existing organizations and committees.
Contact: Laura O'Brien or Ann Mayfield email@example.com
St. Henry Youth Group welcomes teenagers grades 7 & 8
(Jr. CYO) and grades 9 - 12
(Sr. CYO) to join us in our many activities. Please feel
free to attend our events that are listed below or call
the Youth Office for more information, 353-0203.
Director: Alan Beaty 353-0203
Gina Coode 353-0203
Diocesan Coordinator for Catholic Youth,
SEARCH for VOCATIONS Retreat: Sally Corby 327-0674
VESPERS: No Vespers
this week. Show your mother some love and appreciation!
NEXT YOUTH MASS: Sat., May 11, 5:00 p.m.
Olympics: Friday, May 17 at 5:15 p.m. Meet at the
church and please be prompt.
for CYO Contact Information form
CLICK HERE for general Parental Consent Form in PDF
OCOEE RAFTING TRIP Mark your calendars for Saturday,
July 20th for a trip
down the Ocoee!
For any questions please call the Alan
Beaty at the Youth
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Young Adult Group
(20's and 30"s)
For more information, contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook-StHenry YAG
to be added
to the mailing list and for the calendar
Are you in your 20’s or
We have lots of fun events
for you to attend!
The Elizabeth Ministry
supports, encourages and assists mothers in special
times of need with regard to pregnancy, childbirth,
adoption, fertility, miscarriage, infant loss and
Contact information: Jennifer Krog 618-0911 or
Holy Family Circle
promotes Christian family life among mothers and plans
programs of interest to young, growing families. This
group meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 9:30
Jaclyn Booth at
conjunction with our pastor and the Diocese to promote
the sanctity of all human life. It works to raise
awareness about the tragedy of abortion, to keep abreast
of changes within federal, state, and local laws, to
influence laws that protect life, to support pro-life
agencies and to pray for the end of abortion and
increased respect for life.
Contact Information: Kathleen Cordell 377-7932
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The Boy Scout Program
consists of four patrols, with boys ranging in age from
11 to 18 years, and meets every Monday from 7 p.m. to
8:30 p.m., in the School Dining Hall. Adult leaders
assist in many service projects, go on monthly outings,
host two fund raising events per year (for two major
trips), and participate in the Scoutorama.
Contact Information: Charlie Wehby 356-4813
Girl Scout Program
consists of fifteen St. Henry Troops from the first
through the twelfth grade. The troops meet at various
times, usually after school. Girl Scouts participate in
several areas of community service. Cadette Scouts work
on their Silver Award and Senior Scouts work toward
their Gold Award, the highest honor given to a Girl
Scout. Adult volunteers help and assist in these
Contact Information: Monette Cowan 352-838
The Cub Scout Program
of Pack 80 is open to all boys of the parish who have
started the first grade through the fifth grade. With
adult leaders, they meet as individual “dens” on a
weekly basis, and a full meeting of the pack meets the
third Wednesday of each month. Activities include field
trips, crafts, rank advancement, pinewood derby, and
religious award opportunities.
Contact information: Troy Cowan 352-8383
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