Service (Local Mission)

For I was hungry and you gave me no food, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink,  I was a stranger and you did not welcome me, naked and you did not give me clothing, sick and in prison and you did not visit me.’   Matthew 25:42-43

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Ministry Teams

Baby Basics

This organization provides disposable diapers for qualified working families in Collier County. St. Monica’s Baby Basics team distributes a case of diapers to each of 30 babies on the second Wednesday of the month. We also support fundraising efforts by Baby Basics of Collier County.

Guadalupe Soup Kitchen

We help set up and serve a hot lunch to the neediest men, women and children at the Guadalupe Soup Kitchen in Immokalee. We meet at the church to carpool the 2nd Thursday of every month and need at least 8 people to volunteer. We hope you can help us serve.

New Horizons

Each week, St. Monica’s provides meeting space for New Horizons of Southwest Florida, a non-profit organization that assists at-risk kids and teens who are growing up in “an environment of poverty, academic failure and hopelessness.” For more information or to become a volunteer, visit the New Horizons of SWFL website.

St. Monica’s Local Service Team Meals of Hope

Ministering with “Meals of Hope” is a team of several parishioners who go into the neighborhood monthly and distribute free nutritious food items to our neighbors in need.

St. Matthews Soup Ministry

Their mission is to provide housing for the homeless, food for the needy, and an opportunity to change lives in a spiritual environment that is both compassionate and disciplined. In addition to avid support of the annual Golf-A-Thon, members of St. Monica’s also prepare soup which we deliver each month in our “Soup of the Month” program.

Tumaini Fund

Tumaini USA provides help to thousands of AIDS orphans in Kangara, Tanzania. These funds provide the opportunity for school, job training, healthcare and other needs. St. Monica’s is part of Sewing for Hope, a ministry to assist this agency.

How We Serve

  • We evaluate the spiritual, physical, emotional, and relational needs of our local neighbors.
  • We develop and organize teams of parishioners for local mission efforts.
  • We serve in existing “local mission” projects.
  • We develop teams for new local mission through emerging ministry opportunities in our local neighborhoods.

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