Get Involved!

 

We would love to have you actively involved at St. Pius whether it’s for an one-hour gathering or a parish commission.  We hope the information found on the various pages of our parish website offers you ways you may answer your baptismal call to serve.

If you have questions about a particular ministry please get in touch with the contact listed on that page.

You may also contact Kathy McCleary Coordinator of Communication & Volunteer for the parish and she will be happy to visit with you.

What Can I Do This Month?

  • The “St. Pius X Parish” Relay for Life team is gearing up for the July 12th Relay!  You can still join the team!
    1. Join the team! (This process is a bit arduous but worth it! J )
    2. Sign-up at relayforlife.org
      1. select “Join A Relay”
      2. put in zip code “59102”
      3. Click on Relay for Life of Yellowstone County (7-12-19)
      4. Scroll down (almost to bottom) – you will see “Top Teams,” at the bottom of that list click on “Select A Team”
      5. Type in “St. Pius X Parish” and press the [Search] button
      6. Click on [Join] button
        1. If you are a new member create a password and username
        2. If you are a former member your information should still be in system

    If you have questions or seek more information, please contact Kathy at the parish offices 656-2522.

  • CCW Spring Fling: The Catholic Council of Women Spring Fling and Ladies Bunco night will be held on Monday, May 20 at 6:00pm in the St. Pius X Fellowship Hall. Join us for Bunco and a potluck! Ladies are asked to bring a salad, hot dish or dessert. If you have never played Bunco, it’s easy to learn, fast-moving and fun. For information or to RSVP please contact Germaine at 670-3207.
  • Pastoral Council Positions Open – Names drawn Pentecost Sunday: We have six positions opening up on Pastoral Council this summer.  If you are interested please contact the parish office, 656-2522, and an information packet will be sent to you. After you have read the information and prayerfully discerned that you’d like to serve in this leadership roll, please submit your name via the nomination form found below. If you know of someone you think would be a good Council member you may put their name in but only if you first contact that person and receive his or her permission. Questions or inquiries may be directed to Fr. Greg at 656-2522.All names must be submitted by Thursday, June 6th. Six names will be drawn at the Sunday 11:00am Mass on June 9, 2019.Your prayerful consideration is appreciated.
  • Volunteer at St. Vincent Hospital: Help patients, visitors and staff in just four hours a week. We’re looking for “people” people who are quick to smile and like to visit, help others and have fun! Training and benefits provided. Volunteer opportunities are available in Surgery Waiting, our Gift Shops and Guest services. Please call today at 237-3377 or visit www.svh-mt.org for more information about how you can join our healing ministry. Thank you for your consideration!
  • Be a Voice for a Child -CASA of Yellowstone County: The success of our future depends on the well being of our children, but in Montana they are among the most vulnerable. Statewide, the number of children entering foster care due to abuse or neglect in recent years has skyrocketed. In Yellowstone County, the number of children removed from their home has increased drastically from 182 in 2014 to 574 in 2017, resulting in more than 800 children currently in foster care. You could be the voice for one of these children by becoming a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate, with CASA of Yellowstone County. Our next set of training classes begins in January. Give Ben McKee a call at 259-1233 or visit our website at www.yellowstonecasa.org to learn more about our upcoming information sessions and how you can make a difference in the life of a child.
  • Child Bridge Seeks Families: Child Bridge is a faith-based, Montana non-profit that finds and equips foster and adoptive families to care for children who have been victims of abuse or neglect. Hundreds of Montana children need permanent families. Click here to find out more.
  • Volunteer Opportunity…RiverStone Health Hospice is looking for caring individuals to help support patients and families living with terminal illness. Many patient and non-patient opportunities are available. Please call 247-3313 for more information or to register for our upcoming volunteer training.