The Knights of Columbus Council 12327 is for Catholic men, 18 years of age and older, who are committed to making their community a better place, while supporting their Church. It is through these five service areas – Faith, Community, Family, Youth and Fellowship – that we truly make a difference.
Ladies Auxiliary is comprised of the wives, daughters, sisters, and widows of Knights of Columbus members. The Ladies Auxiliary aids the Council’s spiritual and charitable growth. The Auxiliary enhances the social life of the entire family, promotes good fellowship and love, and performs selected works of charity.
We welcome you to experience the many ways Catholic Daughters (CDA) can enhance spiritual growth in your home, our parish and community through a journey of “Unity and Charity” as a member of CDA. As a 501c3 Order of lay and religious women, CDA members strive to embrace the principles of faith working through the promotion of justice, equality, and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all through a wide variety of projects.
The CDA sisterhood experience values the life of those they serve as well as their own lives through service in the seven prong Circle of Love program; Education, Family, Leadership, Legislation, Quality of Life, Spiritual Enhancement and Youth. Membership is for all Catholic women, 18 years or older, who love and support the Church and wish to participate in educational, charitable and social activities. More information can be found at the CDA State website and the CDA National website.
Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas® (JCDA) is a service based program for youth (6-18 years old) that allows girls to develop themselves as Catholics, learn to work for the good of others, and to grow spiritually. More information can be found at the CDA State website and the CDA National website.
Boy Scout Troop 1180
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. A program for boys 11 through 17 designed to achieve the aims of Scouting through a vigorous outdoor program and peer group leadership with the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster. (Boys also may become Boy Scouts if they have earned the Arrow of Light Award or have completed the fifth grade.) Contact our scoutmaster for more information.
Cub Scout Pack 1180 is for boys ages 7-10 (Grades 1-5). Please contact us for more information. We’d love to answer your questions about starting your Cub Scout Adventure with Pack 1180!
American Heritage Girls’ Troop is made up of girls aged 5-18 who meet together to enjoy learning new skills, giving service, growing in their faith, practicing leadership, experiencing teamwork, building friendships and strengthening character. We provide opportunities for the girls to earn merit badges, sports pins, religious awards, and service stars.
The Bread of Life Homeschoolers ministry helps support Catholic homeschoolers in the Woodlands-Spring area. Our group is comprised of members from many Catholic parishes in the area.
Circle of Friends is a volunteer group dedicated to supporting individuals through personal fellowship, educational and spiritual events and fun activities. Membership is open to all persons who are single, widowed, divorced or separated. People from other parishes, churches and faiths are welcome to participate in group activities. This ministry is not a dating service but it is a great way to meet new friends, to share common experiences or to enjoy companionship with others.
We invite you to register and attend any of our activities or to recommend them to a friend. You can register below to begin receiving the monthly calendar of events & weekly reminders.
Anyone 50+ is invited to join our community! We host a multitude of events every month! There is a monthly meeting, trips, luncheons, and other activities to participate in. Check the bulletin for the monthly meeting times and other events. For more information, call Helen Burwell at 281-419-3515
Have you been looking for an opportunity to meet and socialize with other folks in St. Anthony? The concept of Dinner Club is simple. Over a six-month period, four couples take turns hosting a dinner while the other couples bring the appetizers, salads, and desserts. The group decides how formal the dinner will be, what to serve, and when to meet.