HOLY FAMILY PARISH DOVETON
HOLY FAMILY LADIES CLUB (HFLC)
Holy Family Ladies Club originated on 12th May 2008 as a social group for women within our parish with the objective of having some family-
HOLY FAMILY LADIES CLUB (HFLC) is a diverse group of ladies, varying in ages, with myriads of skills, experience and interests. Our focus is mainly on FRIENDSHIP, FUN, FOOD AND FRIVOLITY. Activities conducted over the years, but not exclusive to, include, Op-
The Holy Family Ladies Club meets in the little church hall on Monday evenings (except on Public Holidays). The evening commences at 6.00 pm and ends at approximately 8.00 pm depending on the level of fun and activities for the evening.
The membership fee is $5 per month. This includes tea, coffee, biscuits and material for art, craft, sewing and cooking activities and the occasional free dining out. There is plenty of free parking available.
If you’d like to know more about HFLC or interested in joining, do come in on one of the Mondays. We’d love to have you join us.
The men’s club meets at 7:00 pm every Monday night in the main hall of the church
Welcome to the Holy Family Youth Group! We gather every Friday night from 6.30pm until 8.30pm in the small hall and are always looking to welcome any young person from high school to young adult age.
We offer a safe environment where you can be yourself, learning about and sharing your faith journey with other young people. Each month, we offer fun activities to help you develop self-
Our aim is to learn to serve God and each other at Holy Family and anywhere else we are called.
What do we do:
- Weekly gatherings
- Youth Mass
- Tea and Coffee after Youth Mass
- Fundraising for the youth group and for charity
- Youth Choir
- City Trips
- Parents and Friends Trivia Night fundraiser
- Australian Catholic Youth Festival (every two years)\\World Youth Day (every three to four years)
- Ministry to Grade 6 students at Holy Family Primary School (December)
- And so much more!
Come join us and make some friends!
Catechesis of the Good Shepard
The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is a unique approach to the religious formation of children. The aim of the adult catechist is to protect and nurture the bond between God and the child.