Serving Our Community

We are honored to serve our community here in Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch and Littleton! Scroll down to see all the opportunities we have for you to help serve our community, too!

  • Helping Hands - Funeral Meals

    Our service to the Lord and our community is providing the funeral reception meal for the families of deceased parishioners. Immediately after the Funeral Mass at Pax Christi, family and friends are invited to the Christi Center for a reception meal. Volunteers contribute and deliver one dish (casserole, salad, dessert, etc.) the morning of the funeral. Food may be homemade or store-bought. Helping Hands Coordinators guide volunteers in the food category needed to ensure an assortment of food options. Volunteers are also needed to set-up, serve/replenish, and clean-up. The time commitment is minimal, but requests are often made on short notice. Contact Christy Felcyn at 720-419-0124 for more information or to volunteer.  

  • Knights of Columbus

    We are men of faith and men of action. As members of the largest Catholic fraternal organization, we abide by the Knights’ core values of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. Our key focuses are building the domestic church and strengthening our parishes. We are dedicated to the well-being and support of Catholic family life. We provide spiritual and outreach activities that strengthen the church, families, youth, and community. To learn more, visit kofc10937.org or www.kofc.org. You can also contact Leonard Martinez, Grand Knight at 303 489-9745 for more information. 

  • Lunch Bunch

    On the third Sunday of each month, families and individuals purchase supplies and make at least 12 bagged lunches. Each lunch consists of a sandwich, piece of fruit, chips, dessert, and beverage. Lunches are prepared at home and delivered to Pax Christi before 10:30 a.m. A volunteer driver delivers all the lunches to the Rescue Mission. This is a great opportunity for parents to teach children about the meaning of stewardship. A drawing, prayer, or note may be included with the lunch, too. Volunteer as frequently as you would like. Visit denverrescuemission.org for more information about the Rescue Mission. You choose how often or little you want to participate. Most volunteers are scheduled to make twelve lunches two times per year. Drivers are also needed to deliver the lunches to the Mission each month. Contact Sarah Dauro at 720-839-4871 for more information. 

  • Project Linus

    Project Linus is an international organization of parishioners and community members who meet the third Saturday of each month at Pax Christi to create homemade blankets for children in need. Twice per year there are two community-wide events, too. Members of all skill-levels are welcome. Learn more about Project Linus at www.projectlinus.org. Hours are flexible besides the meeting dates. Work may be completed at home. Contact Darrel Ryan at 720-219-2913 for more information.

  • Respect Life Apostolate

    The mission of the Respect Life Apostolate is to spread the “good news” of the Gospel of Life through prayer, education and action so that we might help support marriages, families and build a culture of life in our diocese and beyond. To learn more about the Diocese of Colorado Springs Respect Life Apostolate, visit www.diocs.org/Respect-Life. Meetings are once a month after the 10:30 a.m. Mass. Extra time depends on the activities in which you participate. Contact Michael and Denise McGinnis at 303-814-3990 for more information, or click here to learn more about the events we coordinate throughout the year.

  • St. Elizabeth's Pantry

    St. Elizabeth's Pantry is open to individuals and families on most Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. We provide non-perishable foods, toiletries, and cleaning supplies. Most of our visitors are the working poor who struggle to make ends meet. If you are in need, please stop by our church on Friday any time between 10:00 a.m. and noon.


    If you would like to help with this ministry, you can volunteer, donate, or pray for our guests. Volunteers restock the pantry and organize donations on Thursdays from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.; there is a donation box right inside the front doors to the Christi Center. To volunteer, contact Jean Henry at 201-910-1970.

  • St. Vincent de Paul Society

    This Catholic, worldwide ministry was founded in the 19th century and was inspired by Gospel values. Vincentian volunteer ministers confidentially and respectfully offer our “Friends in Need” financial assistance and resources to help with shelter, utilities, and food. Vincentians also offer spiritual fortitude to both clients and each other. Parishioners may support SVdP by becoming a Vincentian and/or donating directly to the SVdP conference at Pax Christi. Visit www.svdpusa.org to learn more about SVdP. For more information about volunteering, contact Denise Quartararo at 720-419-0101.

  • Stephen Ministry

    Stephen Ministers are lay congregation members trained to provide one-to-one care to those experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or relocation. A Stephen Minister usually provides care to one person at a time, meeting with that person one at a time once a week for about an hour. We also have team meetings twice per month. For more information, contact Kathy Benoit at 303-799-0769.