Many people have time to help out on parish projects on an occasional basis. Anselm Angels assist with making phone calls, with preparing mailings and with assembling special projects as needed.
This group provides for all the athletic needs of the children of Saint Anselm Parish including but not limited to facilities, uniforms, equipment, and participation fees in support of the Christian values of CYO. They participate in practices, games, fundraising and banquets. Click here for CYO Basketball Registration forms.
All are welcome every Sunday to share coffee, donuts and conversation after 8:00 AM and 9:30 Masses in Kelly Hall in the school building.
This group meets monthly to prepare parish communication including the bulletin and website.
Auctions, dinner and dancing in a festive setting make this annual event an enjoyable social evening.
Girls experience a values-based program to help them become confident, resourceful, responsible young women. There is a twice a month meeting with girls after school. The Service Unit meets monthly. Training is available through Girl Scout Council.
HANDY MEN AND WOMEN
Men and women provide job assistance including painting, at the parish.
This group promotes spiritual and temporal welfare of our children and helps with the financial needs of the school. Meetings are held once a month and sub-committee meetings are held as needed.
A committee organizes a community festival which is held on Memorial Day weekend and to raise money to support the parish and school. Committee chairmen attend meetings January through May. Responsibilities include organizing, staffing and scheduling activities, purchasing supplies and managing the activities.
Women of the parish grow spiritually, serve the community through charitable projects and provide a social climate for making friends within the parish community. The women host and volunteer at the Christmas Boutique, Communion Breakfast, meetings and retreats.
YOUNG OF HEART
Members get together for socials, education and entertainment. This non-denominational organization is open to all people 55 years or older who pay annual dues. The organization meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.