Members of Serra are lay Catholic men and women of all ages and backgrounds who ensure the future of our Church by creating a “culture of vocations.”
The Serra Club of Northwest Hennepin was chartered on May 15, 1991. The Club is a member of SERRAUSA and associated with SERRA INTERNATIONAL. Since Serra International’s founding in 1935 in Seattle, over 1,100 Serra clubs have been chartered in 46 countries around the world. Today, Serra’s global lay vocations apostolate is made strong by over 20,000 members.
The club meets at the Holy Name of Jesus Parish after the 6:45 a.m. Mass on the second and fourth Friday of each month. These meetings present continuing education on Catholic theology, thought-provoking programs, and provide time for activity planning.
The Northwest Hennepin club fulfills its mission by coordinating invitation, affirmation and prayer for priests, deacons, religious, seminarians and novices in its parishes and area. Through educational programs for its members and raising vocational awareness in families, schools and parishes, as well as developing a greater understanding of our faith we strive to fulfill our mission to be the “lay arm of vocations” for the Church.
Come join us and become part of Christ’s mission as we foster, promote and affirm vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and religious life. Enjoy personal spiritual growth, prayer and programs that bring joy and lift the spirits of all who participate.
Contact Frank Renshaw at 763-745-3484 to learn more.