Hospitality Coordinator Wanted

Do you love to plan parties? Have a creative flair? If you said, “Yes” to either of these questions, Home & School wants you!

The Home & School Board is looking for volunteers for our hospitality committee beginning in the fall. Our committee would be tasked with planning and carrying out small receptions throughout the school year. No previous experience or skills required. Just a willing heart!

If interested, please contact our 2017-18 Home & School president, Dana Terrazas, to be put on the email list. Thank you for your willingness to serve the community of OLMC!

How FFT Helps Our School: Sacraments

At OLMC, we endeavor to give our students the tools to live out their Catholic faith in meaningful ways and embrace the channels of grace the Lord has bestowed. Through Sacramental preparation, students learn the beauty of grace in their lives and the significance of coming into full communion with the church.

It’s for this reason that OLMC marks Sacraments as important milestones, not just for the individual child, but for our entire community. Through funds from our Food for Though Program, our Home & School Board sets the stage for great celebration, as the children make these steps in their Catholic faith. FFT helps OLMC host post-Sacrament receptions and offer small gifts to the children receiving their First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and Confirmation. Catholic education emphasizes the love of Christ as part and parcel to the education and enculturation of children, and we’re grateful to those who participate in our FFT program who enable us to celebrate these spiritual strides.

Even better, these benefits are made possible at no extra cost to our families. That’s the beauty of Food for Thought. Want to know more? Visit our What’s New page to learn was you can contribute.

How FFT Helps Our School: Hospitality

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OLMC’s community spirit is what sets us apart from other faith communities. Our Home & School hospitality committee strives to create an inviting atmosphere in which relationships can bud, blossom, and thrive. It’s through their creative efforts that we welcome our community members, new and old, to join with us in our Catholic mission and educational causes.

From monthly coffrees and student activities to staff and volunteer appreciation events and Sacrament receptions, our devoted volunteers prepare refreshments and the welcoming environment our community members have come to know and love. It’s all made possible by our Food for Thought Program.

Through your participation in FFT, our Home & School members fund events that bring in new families, celebrate milestones, and support those who work so hard for us every day to make OLMC the wonderful place it is. Even better, it does so at no extra cost to you. To all those who contribute to FFT, thank you for providing the means for our driving force of faith.