Ministry of Community


Ministry of Community

The efforts  and initiatives  of  the parish toward building a Christian community  through welcome and hospitality. This component includes the connection of the parish to the larger community through involvement in inter-faith programs, city and local government, and community affairs.

Welcome 1   Welcome Committee 

Our Welcome Committee creates ways to personally welcome each and every new member of our parish. This includes mailings, phone calls and some personal visits. Do you have a spirit of hospitality?? If so, contact CC Newby at 909-797-2533 ext 221 or email

Angel Tree   Angel Tree

Our  Angel  Tree  program  helps  needy  families  at  Christmas.  If  you  can  help  with organizing this ministry contact Charlotte at

Social   Social Committee
Make a U-turn and enter the St. Frances’ “fun-zone”. Our social committee is in need of fun-loving people to assist in planning activities for all ages. Some of the exciting things we have done in the past are our annual parish picnic, our Halloween “trunk or treat” night, Mother’s Day luncheon, St. Frances Feast Day celebrations, Sock Hop dance, Casino Night and many more cool things. It’s time to start planning again for the next year. For further details, call 909-797-2533.

Young Adult   Young Adult Ministry
The young adult ministry here at Saint Frances strives to enrich the lives of our young adults and those around us. Anyone between the ages of 18 – 30+ is encouraged to join us for fellowship, service and prayer. Opportunities are being developed to serve our brethren include service projects. We also get together for fun and fellowship throughout the year. This ministry is continually evolving and you are encouraged to join in the process. For more information please contact Emily Gross @909-838-0790 or Don’t forget to “like us” on our facebook page: sfxc young adults.

Young at Heart     Young at Heart Senior Adult Ministry

Our Young at Heart team plans monthly trips, socials, potlucks, bingo and other gatherings for our Senior Adults. If you feel called to be part of this fun new ministry, please contact Mona Rodriguez  at 909-556-8808

 Mothers 1    Mothers In Faith 

 A community of women with young children who support and encourage each other, strengthen ourselves and our families; through prayer, service, education and activities. So  that  we  may  go  forth  to  spread  the  light  of  Christ  to  our  church,  family  and community and fulfill our vocational call as mothers. They offer both small faith group sharing, preschool activities for children, and outings. Please contact Teresa Russo 951-534-4001 for details.

Other Social Events

The following social events both community building and fundraisers, are in need of many hands.

Please contact the following people for information:

image      Casino Night (generally held in January) – Mike Figueredo @ (909)795-2888

 Festival        Cabrini Festival (held in the Fall) –  Don Averill @

  Rummage Sale   Rummage Sale  (held in May-June)

The annual rummage sale event is not only community building but it is also one of our largest parish outreach activities. People come, browse and purchase from a large selection of gently used treasures! Many of the items donated are household items, appliances, furniture, linens, clothing & accessories, toys & games, baby items, books & other media, hobby & office materials, tools, and much more! Items for the rummage sale are collected several days prior to the sale and are donated by other community members. After the close of the rummage sale, items are packed and given away to charities and some of the items are also donated to the silent auction at the parish.

Volunteers of all ages are needed to work a couple of hours or days to collect, set-up, clean, price and sort through all donated items. Participating in the Rummage Sale is a great way to make friends in the community while helping to serve the needy. If this ministry is for you, please contact Stan Serbin at 909-790-3901 or for additional information.


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