Service Ministries

As a parishioner of St. Bernadette, you will find there are many opportunities to learn, to grow, and to celebrate. Whether you are called to serve the hungry and downtrodden, or minister to the sick, or serve on a board or council, or teach young people, or study scripture, or greet others coming to mass, St. Bernadette offers many ways to return our God-given gifts to our Lord who has given us so much.


Culture of Life Committee

Members of this committee promote education, justice and political action to protect life in all of its stages – from the first moment of conception until its natural end.

Contact: Margaret Hinski 602-595-9961

Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary is an association of Catholic laity who serve the Church on a voluntary basis. It was founded in Dublin, Ireland, as a Roman Catholic Marian Movement by layman Frank Duff. Today between active and auxiliary (praying) members there are over 3 million members worldwide making it the largest apostolic organization of lay people in the Catholic Church.

The main apostolate of the Legion consists in activities directed towards all men and women, young and old, rich and poor as well as people from the margins of society and towards non- Catholics. The members of the Legion are primarily engaged in the performance of the Spiritual Works of Mercy.

Learn more about the Legion of Mary Ministry.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul

The St. Bernadette Conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society strives to live out gospel values through service and ministry to others. We take inbound request for aid and make house calls to local families to assess their needs and render aid. We also host local food drives, serve at area soup kitchens, deliver food to families of St. Matthews (our sister parish).

Contact: Parish Office 480-905-0221 ext. 316


More Information

For more information on how to get involved with outreach programs for the community, as well as parish-oriented ministries and groups please read the Parish Ministries guide. All parishioners are encouraged to prayerfully discern where their gifts can be best utilized in our community.


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