Altar & Rosary Society

“The greatest method of praying is to pray the Rosary.” St. Francis de Sales

The Society is part of the Rosarian and Sodality movement within the Catholic Church. Our main purpose is the promote devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, particularly through the Rosary. At Holy Child we have assumed responsibility for providing anything necessary for the enhancement of the Sanctuary and the Altar.

In addition we also enjoy social outreach to the women of the parish through our monthly meetings, Christmas Festival tables, Annual Basket Auction and Communion Breakfast.

For more information please contact us at altarrosary@holychildparish.net


Men’s Club

“Increasing one’s individual spiritualism.”

Our Men’s club was founded to promote the spiritual wellbeing of the men of Holy Child Parish and to contribute positively to the spiritual and temporal needs of the parish community. In turn, we actively participate in parish activities for the common good, and perform special tasks and projects that contribute toward the general welfare of the parish community.

We welcome all men of our parish 21 and older to join in fellowship on the second Tuesday of each month in St Teresa Regional School Hall. As well as meeting socially for the purpose of Catholic fellowship we offer volunteer which include hosting monthly Donut Sundays, Breakfast with Santa and grillers for our annual Parish Picnic just to name a few. We host various Casino Bus trips, Good Friday Ecumenical service with Chew United Methodist Church and an annual communion breakfast.

For more information please contact us at mensclub@holychildparish.net


Senior Ministries

“This Ministry unites seniors in faith, fellowship, fun and service.”

Senior’s Club gathers together on the second Tuesday of each month at St. Maria Goretti Hall. Our gatherings include prayer, entertainment and light refreshment. Each month’s meeting has a different theme. In addition we gathering every other Thursday at St. Maria Goretti hall for our community outreach programs. Senior volunteers prepare sandwiches that are delivered to the Cathedral in Camden and handed out to homeless people. A good time is always in store for all who attend.

Senior Book Club meets once a month for spiritual reading and a book is selected. After reading is complete an amazing group discussion is underway.

The Golden Slippers senior bingo group meets twice a month on Tuesday evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 at St. Teresa Hall beginning in October and ending in May. Light refreshments are provided during a break and 50/50 chances are sold where the profits are used to finance occasional Casino bus trips. A Christmas dinner is provided in early December and a pizza party ends the last meeting in May.

Joining is easy. Just show up at the meetings or any of the events. All new comers are warmly welcomed.
For more information please contact us at seniors@holychildparish.net


Knights of Columbus

“An Experience of Life Time”

Holy Child Council was founded in 1952 through the efforts of 74 Catholic gentlemen, guided not only by our belief in God and the Catholic Church, but by our belief in each other, and in ourselves. Believing that a man is defined by his actions as a follower of God, and as a leader in his community.

Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practical Catholic men who are at least 18 years of age.

For more information please contact us at kofc@holychildparish.net