Moms in Prayer International

Moms in Touch is an international prayer ministry that began in 1984 by one mom who felt called to pray with other moms for their children and schools. We invite mothers, grandmothers, or any woman who is willing to pray for one hour a week to join and see how prayer can make a difference in the lives of our children. Read More…

For more information, contact Paula Szalla at 310-938-5117 (day time), or Sharon McCandless at 310-308-6209 (evening).

Altar Society

The Altar Society is a group of dedicated women and men who care for the altar linens, candles, vestments, holy water fonts, and other dcor/environment needs of the church. If you are able to give about an hour of your time each week to help keep our worship space in order, please call us.

For more information, contact the Office for Worship at 310-316-0090.

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.

Engaged Encounter

Catholic Engaged Encounter is a weekend devoted to preparing couples to commit themselves to the sacrament of marriage. The weekend, presented by married couples and a priest, takes place at local retreat centers in the Los Angeles Archdiocese. Completion of the weekend retreat fulfills the marriage preparation requirements of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Read more…

For more information, contact the Pastoral Center at 310-540-0329.

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.

Baptism Ministry

Each and every time a new baby is welcomed into God’s Family it is a blessing, not only for the child and his or her family, but for all of us. You could have the privilege of witnessing these grace-filled moments by being part of our Baptism Ministry Team. Read more…

For more information, call 310-540-0329 x356 and speak to a parish deacon.