Small Faith Sharing Groups

Alpha is for everyone who wants to explore life’s big questions, with no pressure and no charge. Alpha is an 11 week series held on Wednesday evenings at Holy Family. For more information, please contact Johnny Hom

Apostleship of the Cross is open to all laity, as well as to priests and religious-in fact, to all who wish to live their baptismal consecration via the Spirituality of the Cross. The Apostleship was inspired by God through Conception (Conchita) Carbera de Armida and founded in Mexico in 1895. It was approved by Pope Leo XIII in 1898.

Members understand and desire to live their entire lives under the guidance of the Holy Spirity, giving deep meaning to their prayers, works and sufferings - they are giving glory to the Trinity through Jesus' Cross. They gain mercy and grace for the world, the Church and for priests. The mission is that of Jesus' mission to continue His work on earth for the salvation of mankind. At the same time, members are themselves transformed by the Spirit, giving witness to God's love of the world.

Members meet the first and third Wednesday of each month from 9:30am to 11:00am to pray, study and share their experiences. All are invited to "come and see" by dropping in to experience one or several meetings. Meetings are held in the St. Jerome room in the Parish Center. For more information please email Gisele Matthews.

Connect Groups  provide a place for Holy Family parishioners to build friendships through small faith-based groups to fulfill the parish mission – which is to live and share the joy of the Gospel. Please click on the Connect Group hyperlink above to go to the Connect Group page for more information or send email to

Community of Mary Family of the Gospel (CMFG) is a parish based renewal project adopted by the pastor with the community to help strengthen individuals, families, the whole Church and the community through the Word of God. People come together as a spiritual family (Family of the Gospel) like the first communities at the time of the Apostles gathered around Mary. Each Family of the Gospel meets regularly to 1) listen and reflect on the Word of God, 2) pray and support each other and 3) grow in faith together. CMFG is open to the whole famili(es) and individuals (laity or religious). Each spiritual family consists of 5-12 adults plus any children. Children come to play and witness adults learning about God. Anyone may form a Family of the Gospel and go through a formation process. CMFG is always looking for new members to form spiritual famili(es). For more information, click familyofthegospel ( or contact ThuyYuen ( 

Men’s Ministry is a program that is open to all men and is designed to help us become better husbands, fathers, and leaders in the community.  Our meetings are held in the Social Hall every Wednesday morning from 6:00-7:30 a.m.  These gatherings consist of breakfast, a video presentation and group discussions.  There is no pre-planning and no homework; just show up and enjoy!  For more information, contact Bob Wilson or Connie Moretti.

Well-Read Mom is a movement of women who are accompanying one another in reading the classics, great books, and timeless spiritual works from the Western and Catholic tradition in order to nurture their hearts and moral imaginations.  We welcome mothers of all ages and life-stages to read and join us for our monthly meetings.  Childcare is available with advance notice.  For more information on the program and book list, visit or Rachel Claridge,

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