Ministries

Starting a New Ministry at St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church:

If you have something special on your heart as a ministry for our Church, please click here to view or print the Ministry Suggestion Form. The forms are also located in the Narthex and in the Rectory. Please complete the form in its entirety and either drop it in the collection basket at Mass or drop it off at the Rectory during business hours. Ministry suggestions are always welcome and will be reviewed by our Pastor and Deacons.

Proposal for Facility Usage:

Please click here to view or print a Facility Usage Form. Complete this form to submit a proposal for facility usage at St. Vincent de Paul. These forms can be found in the Narthex and in the Rectory. Place this form in the collection basket or drop it off at the Rectory during business hours. Facility requests will be reviewed by our Pastor.

Directory of Ministries

Parish Ministries

Altar/Rosary Society
Baptismal Sponsor Team
Date Night
Eucharistic Adoration
Funeral Luncheon Ministry
Greeters
Hospitality
Men’s Faith Sharing Group
Ministry of Bereavement
Ministry of Consolation
Mission
MOMS Ministry
Online Prayer Ministry
Parish Council
Parish Fundraiser
Prayer Group – Prayerful Hands
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Religious Education Teacher (or Teacher’s Aide)
RCIA
Respect Life Organization
Teams of Our Lady
Telephone Prayer Line
Variety Show
Visitation of the Sick
We Care Ministry
Youth Ministry


                         

Liturgical Ministries

Altar Server Ministry
Extraordinary Minister
Lector Ministry
Music Ministry
Usher Ministry

Charitable Ministries

H.O.P.E.
St. Vincent de Paul Society

Diocesan Ministries- Do you know that our Diocese has many ministries available to all of us during the different seasons of our lives? The Office of Family Life’s mission is to reflect caring, concern and compassionate pastoral presence for family in all dimensions be it traditional families, blended families, single parent families, international families, single persons, those adopted, disabled, those hurting and suffering. They respond to the needs of the engaged, the married, family and those in need of healing through diocesan programs and parish-based specific support and peer ministry. They also provide services and practical resources to assist persons in all stages of life from birth to 100 years plus in order to more fully experience God in the “ordinary “of one’s lived reality.

Interested in finding out more? Contact: familylifeministries@buffalodiocese.org or 716.847.2210. Please see the following ministries to understand a bit of what is available.

Bishop’s Committee – Bib Ministry
Bishop’s Committee for Christian Home & Family
Catholic Women’s Discussion Group
Cursillo Movement
Kairos
Knights of Columbus
Magnificat