Our History On October 14, 2018, St. Jude Parish celebrated its 75th Anniversary. For the past year, we researched our history, published a new directory, and challenged our parishioners to perform “75 Acts of Kindness” in the community. We marked this historic occasion with two separate celebrations. On Saturday, October 13, there was a formalContinue Reading
The Altar & Rosary Society offers spiritual, social and service activities to the women of St. Jude and provides some of the liturgical needs of the Parish. All women of St. Jude parish are invited to join and are welcome.
The St. Jude Alumni Association is looking for people who want to represent their graduating class. We are gathering lists of graduates in order to help keep them connected with their roots. If you would like to be a class representative, please contact us. CONTACT: Cindy Kozma 440-366-5711
Cub Scouts is a group for boys in 1st through 5th grade. Boy Scouts helps boys ages 10 - 18 to become contributing members of the community and have fun at the same time.
The Sports Committee provides a supervised program of competitive sports for boys and girls under the rules and policies of CYO. Adult assistance is needed in coaching, fund raising, and promoting the various sports programs.
The gardeners are parishioners who plant and maintain all of the flower gardens on the parish grounds. Individuals take ownership of particular areas and maintain them at their leisure. All others are most welcome to help plant, weed and water. CONTACT: Margaret Halfhill 440-365-7769
Girl Scouts help girls ages 5 – 18 to become contributing members of the community and have fun at the same time. Scout troops welcome adults in leadership and support roles that can include regular weekly involvement or periodic special projects and events.
The Holy Name Society provides a wonderful opportunity for the men of the parish to get involved in current parish activities and projects. Meetings are held after the monthly Holy Name Mass.