“We are active volunteers, modeling service as a way to educate our children.  However, this has also benefitted our family as well. Sacred Heart has provided a wonderful foundation for my children, given them a sense of identity and expanded our family.”   Stephen & Emily

Getting involved in a school organization is a great way to be part of the Sacred Heart community. There are many different opportunities for you to share your time and talents!


SHAPE is a ministry for young singles and young families in the parish. SHAPE provides adults with opportunities to plan and volunteer for events and service projects. On the 2nd Tuesday of each month, SHAPE has a monthly mass where it encourages young adults to participate as lecters, ushers and Eucharistic ministers. This mass is followed up with some type of activity for young adults to mingle and build a community. SHAPE also sponsors a bimonthly Theology on Tap program at Hendel’s on the 3rd Tuesday of every other month. This is a great time to learn more about faith from engaging speakers that tackle topics that appeal to young adults.  The group tries to provide events that appeal to all kinds of young adults, classifying an event as either “adults only” or “family friendly.” SHAPE is here to help those feel welcomed back to the Church if you have been gone for a while or are an active member of the parish looking to jump right into volunteering and serving others. You can email us at sacredheartadults@gmail.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sacredheartadults


Sacred Heart Athletics

The Athletic Association helps the children of our parish learn good sportsmanship, respect for rules, authority, and self-discipline among participants through organized athletics. Coaching is required for teams in baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball, soccer, golf, track, and lacrosse. As participants in the CYC Athletic Association, our coaches acknowledge their special commissioning as Youth Ministers, recognizing the diverse gifts and talents of those involved.
It is our hope to celebrate the best of these differences by promoting the peace of Christian living, the discipline of good sportsmanship and the joy of fair athletic competition. The association conducts fundraisers to provide uniforms and pay for the use of the gym and equipment. Meetings are held the last Wednesday of each month at 7:00. All are welcome to attend. 

For more information please contact: AthleticsSH@gmail.com


Ladies Guild

Ladies Guild consists of women of the parish responsible for hosting many different events such as the School Picnic, Ladies Trivia, Breakfast with Santa and more – all with the goal to provide monetary and volunteer support to the school and parish. General Membership meetings are the second Thursday of every month September – May at 7:00. Each meeting has a different theme or focus with a special "Spotlight" planned, which may include a guest speaker or special activity. The evening is filled with socializing, food, music, and a short business meeting to discuss plans for the school year. Free babysitting is provided by the middle school students as well! The Ladies Guild takes on a new life each year and is shaped by the women who belong to it. We would love for you to share your talents, ideas and friendship with us. Please come see what we are all about and enjoy a night of food, fun and friends.
For more information:  shladiesguild@gmail.com


Marketing Committee

The Marketing Committee focuses our efforts on three main areas: Image, Retention, and Recruitment. We are here to be a voice for our community. We utilize a variety of methods to share the positive things going on at Sacred Heart, including our Facebook page. We’d love to have you join us! The only requirements are a passion for the SH community and the willingness to help make it even better.
For more information:  shmarketingcommittee@gmail.com


Holy Name Society

This men's organization is comprised of all men of the Parish 21 years of age and older. Its mission is to encourage fellowship among the men of the parish through regularly scheduled social and philanthropic activities, as well as service to the parish and school.
For more information: shmensclub@gmail.com


Protecting God's Children

In accordance with the St. Louis Archdiocese, all adults overseeing student groups (teams, scouts, etc.) are required to attend a Protecting God’s Children workshop. Details and scheduling can be found on the Archdiocese’s Safe Environment Program website.