A wedding coordinator is assigned to each wedding to coordinate rehearsals and all aspects of the wedding ceremony.
Quarterly information nights are held for the engaged couples.
The Ministers of Hospitality welcome the faithful, aid those who need help or have questions, assist with processions, collections, and distribution of bulletins (and smiles) after each Mass.
For more information, contact Gary Kooba at 310-375-8737.
The Confirmation process at St. Lawrence Martyr is a two year process. Teens typically begin in their 9th grade and receive the Sacrament at the end of their 10th grade.
However, any teen in high school may participate in the process. Read more…
For more information, contact Chris Patao at 310-316-04660.
Sunday Child Care is available every Sunday during the 9:00 am & 11:00am Masses (except holiday Sundays), located in the St. Lawrence Martyr Hall -Holy Family Room. This ministry of service is being offered to children ages 12 months to 5 years. There is no registration needed. Although children of all ages are encouraged to attend mass with their parents, this service is provided for those little ones that are just not quite ready. Read More
For more information, contact Edicsa Oldewurtel at 310-325-5825 or by email.
A Stephen Minister is a caring, Christian friend who listens, prays, supports and offers faith-based, confidential care for those who are hospitalized, terminally ill, bereaved, or in crisis.
Ministers are not counselors, but trained caregivers. Their role is to listen and to care, not to counsel or advise. Read more…
For more information, contact 310-540-0329 x540.
Spiritual Direction is a unique one-to-one relationship in which a trained person assists another person in the search for an ever closer union of love with God.
Finding a spiritual director is a very personal and spiritual quest. Here at St. Lawrence, we are blessed to have a group of certified spiritual directors who are able to offer their services. Read More…
For more information, contact Didi Egnatuk at 310-540-0329 x540.
Small Communities of Faith or SCF are small communities typically of 8-12 members who meet on a regular schedule, determined by the needs of the group.
Some meet weekly, others biweekly, others monthly and still others seasonally. Read more…
For more information, contact the pastoral center at (310) 540-0329
The purpose of the Religious Education Program is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.
We believe that “the task of imparting education belongs primarily to the family, and that it is in the Christian family… that children should be taught to know and worship God and to love their neighbor.” Read more…
For more information, contact Caterina Krai or Kacie Riordan at 310-540-0329 X 261
Every Saturday from 7:30 am to 11:00am, come join us as we provide food, clothes, blankets and friendship to homeless people on the streets of Los Angeles.
Our team heads to MacArthur Park every week. Read More…
If you have any other questions, please contact Gail Rodono via the pastoral center at (310) 540-0329 .