Cookie Ministry

Baking is one very special way to enjoy helping out the church. Our bakers provide cookies (and other baked goods) for regular meetings, church celebrations and outreach programs which are supported by our Parish. Volunteers are welcome to bake as often as their schedule permits.

For more information, contact Alyce Caro at 310-540-0329 x376 or by email.

Child Care (Sunday)

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.

Food Pantry

The food pantry provides local needy families with bags of groceries and homeless people with sack lunches.  They also take clean clothes to local shelters for the needy. Food can be dropped off at the Pastoral center Office during business hours. Food is also collected at all Sunday Masses using the K.I.D.S. (Kids-Into-Doing-Service) Red Wagons.

For more information, contact 310-540-0329.

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus group within our parish has taken on Columbus inspiration to call forth our own courage, to follow our dreams for a better community, and to see how we can contribute to the people within it. Through fundraising efforts the Knights help support the vocations of seminarians, the homeless and hungry, and several youth projects in the South Bay. Read More…

For more information, contact Dan Thomas at 310-753-5552 or by email.

Peace and Justice Ministry

The Peace and Justice Ministry follows the traditions of Catholic social teaching for peace and justice in all areas, including but not limited to, abortion, capital punishment, sexual ethics, euthanasia, reproductive technology, war, poverty, homelessness, and moral reasoning.

For more information, contact Dn. Jim Egnatuk at 310-990-7311.