Mom's Group

Thursdays 11AM to Noon, McLaughlin Hall
St. Teresa of Calcutta parish invites moms and their young children to come out on Thursday mornings for play, conversation, support and prayer. We know motherhood can be a happy and stressful time. But it is easier to  appreciate the  joys and handle the worries when you feel like you are not alone.  If you have other ideas about how we can support young mothers but can’t come on Thursdays, we’d love to hear from you. Feel free to contact Genevieve Jordan Laskey: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Contact Genevieve Jordan Laskey
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Justice and Life Co-ordinating Committee

Our patron, St. Teresa of Calcutta, challenges us to touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received. Therefore, the mission of the Social Justice Committee of St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish is to provide parishioners with education in Catholic Social Teachings and opportunities for direct service and actions directed at social change. We hold monthly meetings to plan activities; monthly movies on Sunday afternoons, multiple opportunities to help with social action projects. Join us for the opportunity to get support for implementing your own social justice ideas.

Contact Michelle Bodderff
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St. Vincent de Paul Society

Provide comfort to the poor by providing assistance with bill payment, food, and cost of medication. Our activities include monthly meetings, monthly sandwich making, home visits.  The SVDP operates a food pantry at the parish, which provides non-perishable food items to those in need. The pantry is open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10AM to 12 Noon in the Faith Formation Center, Lees Ave, Collingswood.

Contact 856-858-1444
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Health Care Ministry


Works to promote the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of our parish community through health education, counseling, community referrals and advocacy.
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Contact Mary Kay Maley, RN, NP, FCN
856-854-7764
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Dinners to Doorsteps

This group provides fellowship and support through a home cooked meal to those suffering through recent illness, disability or hospitalization. Once a month a meal is prepared for the person in need. The cook calls the individual and sets up and day and time convenient for both.

Contact Michele Santiago
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Social Action Ministry

The Social Action Ministry’s focus is on opportunities for outreach to provide assistance and friendship to the homebound and the less fortunate in our parish and surrounding communities. Seasonal projects include: Flowers to the Homebound at Christmas and Easter; Christmas Giving Tree; Autumn Coat Drive; Back Pack Collection (August); Adopt-A-Box Toiletry Collection (Lent).

Contact Anne Remetz
856-854-6877
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Bereavement Ministry

This ministry provides support to those who have experienced the death of a loved one. An 8 week support group is held each year in the Fall and at other times during the year.

Contact Bill McLaughlin
856-854-0286
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Pro Life Ministry

Members of this ministry help parishioners become more aware of the issues of pro-life and the effects of the culture of death on our society. Our activities include prayer services, literature distribution, petitions, fundraisers, bulletin inserts, praying at local abortion centers, etc.

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Ministry with the Deaf

We welcome and include in every aspect of parish life, those persons who are Deaf or experience a hearing loss. Weekly 10 am Mass is offered in American Sign Language, voice interpreted for hearing members of the Parish at Holy Saviour Church. Other activities, support services and volunteer opportunities surround this ministry. For more information, please refer to the Camden Diocese’s website by clicking here.

Contact Kate Slosar
248-238-9790 (text only)
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Ministry to Persons with Disabilities

We welcome and include in every aspect of parish life, those persons who have physical or developmental disabilities. Monthly activities are offered at McDaid Hall at Holy Saviour. This facility is fully accessible.

We also provide services. We can visit you or your family member in your home, connect and refer you to agencies that can assist you, provide opportunities for prayer, social activities and support groups. There are also volunteer opportunities in this ministry. Please contact Sr. Bonnie McMenamin for more information.

Contact Bonnie McMenamin, SSJ
856-586-6111 (Work)
484-995-2481 (Cell)
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