SMALL GROUP RESOURCES

Please refer to the guides below to help facilitate Bible Studies, Prayer Groups, and Book Clubs. The role of the facilitator is to communicate with the group (via text or email) as well as with the parish office. While there are no designated “leaders,” one or two members of the group may find themselves taking charge and guiding each meeting. If you have any questions, please contact Angie at smallgroups@holynamedenver.org.

BIBLE STUDIES

RESOURCES

FORMED

FORMED is free to use as a Holy Name parishioner, and provides many high-quality video series focusing on different books of Scripture.

formed

LITTLE ROCK BIBLE STUDIES

If you are looking for a physical book to accompany your study, groups may wish to purchase one of the offerings from Little Rock.

little rock bible studies

MEETING OUTLINE

  • OPEN IN PRAYER
    Whether you prefer your prayer to be spontaneous (spoken from the heart on the spot) or traditional (Our Father, Hail Mary, etc.) invite the Lord to bless your time together.

  • SHARE YOUR LIVES
    Use this time to grow in friendship, sharing with one another any way God has spoken to you in the past week(s), exciting announcements, or general life updates.

  • BIBLE STUDY
    Using your curriculum, watch the video or read the study for whichever part of Scripture you are studying. Use the discussion questions to guide your conversation.

  • INTENTIONS & CLOSING PRAYER
    At the end of your meeting, share prayer intentions with one another, and then close in prayer, thanking the Lord for your time together.

PRAYER GROUPS

RESOURCES

Supper Club

Supper Club is a great way to get to know fellow parishioners. You will be paired with three other households every two months for dinner and socializing. Both couples and individuals are invited to sign up! To sign up click here


Young Adults

To learn more about Young Adult events happening in the parish
Contact Robert Le Grand at formation@holynamedenver.org


Sacristans of Little Therese

This important ministry trains girls to serve in the sacristy, and is open to all girls who have received their First Communion. It is not only a beautiful way for girls to participate in parish life, but also cultivates a deep, reverent understanding of the Mass. Participating girls will attend occasional trainings, and serve in the sacristy both before and after Mass.
Contact Evy Freedman at evy.freedman@gmail.com


Knights of the Altar

Serving at the altar is a great privilege! The altar servers work with and learn from Father and Deacon. Any boy (ages 8+) who has received his First Communion is eligible. Training is held periodically, but servers can join at any time, after studying a handbook and meeting/registering with the altar server coordinator.
Contact Craig Soto at holynameacolytes@gmail.com

MEETING OUTLINE

  • OPEN IN PRAYER
    Whether you prefer your prayer to be spontaneous (spoken from the heart on the spot) or traditional (Our Father, Hail Mary, etc.) invite the Lord to bless your time together.

  • SHARE YOUR LIVES
    Use this time to grow in friendship, sharing with one another any way God has spoken to you in the past week(s), exciting announcements, or general life updates.

  • BIBLE STUDY
    Using your curriculum, watch the video or read the study for whichever part of Scripture you are studying. Use the discussion questions to guide your conversation.

  • INTENTIONS & CLOSING PRAYER
    At the end of your meeting, share prayer intentions with one another, and then close in prayer, thanking the Lord for your time together.

SUNDAY READINGS PRAYER OUTLINE

BOOK CLUBS

RESOURCES

Pro-Life Group

This group prays for and supports the efforts of the Archdiocese to promote the dignity of all human life from conception to natural death.
Contact Kathy Barron at broncosbarron@gmail.com


Serra Club (Support for Vocations)

Meets the first and third Fridays of the month at 7am in the St. Agnes Center. Our mission is to foster and promote religious vocations in the Church. We do this through a ministry of prayer, awareness, affirmation, and support. Meetings include breakfast and a guest speaker.
Contact Deacon Don at denverdeacondon@comcast.net

MEETING OUTLINE

  • OPEN IN PRAYER
    Whether you prefer your prayer to be spontaneous (spoken from the heart on the spot) or traditional (Our Father, Hail Mary, etc.) invite the Lord to bless your time together.

  • SHARE YOUR LIVES
    Use this time to grow in friendship, sharing with one another any way God has spoken to you in the past week(s), exciting announcements, or general life updates.

  • BIBLE STUDY
    Using your curriculum, watch the video or read the study for whichever part of Scripture you are studying. Use the discussion questions to guide your conversation.

  • INTENTIONS & CLOSING PRAYER
    At the end of your meeting, share prayer intentions with one another, and then close in prayer, thanking the Lord for your time together.

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