Whole Person Care

Providence St. Joseph Health is collaborating on a State-wide initiative to bring whole person care into our hospitals and communities. Whole Person Care means patients are involved in decisions about their care, families receive help supporting loved ones who are ill and caregivers receive help coping with the strains of care-giving.

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Women in Transition

Women in Transition – Second Sunday of each month, 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel – located inside the Msgr. Michael Lenihan Pastoral Center

Transition is the process of letting go of the way things used to be and then taking hold of the way they subsequently become.

Transition is the way that we all come to terms with change. The in-between zone can be uncomfortable, lonely, and unstable. Read more…

LGBT Ministry

This ministry is open to members of the LGBTQ community, their families, friends or anyone who would like to be a part of this ministry.

We are here to offer support, help and to make everyone feel welcomed at SLM, regardless of their sexual orientation.

Please contact Deacon Don Burt at (310) 540-0329 X 381 if you have any questions.

Family Promise of the South Bay

The mission of Family Promise of the South Bay is to work through local churches to change the lives of homeless families with children by offering temporary shelter, meals, and other assistance as they seek stable housing. St Lawrence provides volunteers to bring food, dine and spend time with the families. Read More…

Please contact Cindy Percz at (310) 200-2611 or Mary Frances Bertucci at (310) 428-9123

Habitat for Humanity

St. Lawrence Martyr has joined with other Catholic churches that partner with Habitat for Humanity. The parish provides financial support toward the building of a new home for a family in need of affordable housing. In addition to the financial support, members of the parish volunteer to work on the house. Build dates are announced in the parish bulletin. Read More…

You may also contact Deacon Jim at (310) 540-0329 X 276

Caregiver Support

The Caregiver Support Group will be an informal gathering of people whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by their caregiving of parents, children, spouses, or any other loved ones.

Please contact Didi Egnatuk at (310) 540-0329 X 540 if you have any questions. I look forward to beginning this journey with you.

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