Get Involved

Part of what creates a thriving parish are the fantastic volunteers who give of their valuable time and talent, and we do not take that lightly! There are several volunteer opportunities at our Parish, and there is always room for more. Please review the ministries below and contact us if you would like to volunteer. Better yet, if you have ideas about a ministry you would like to lead or initiate, please call the parish office at 303-761-3940.

Please contact the parish office if you’d like to become an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (EMHC), or to request to be trained to become an EMHC: 303-761-3940.

Ushers & Greeters
Have a friendly face, and a love for people? We are always searching for people who love to connect with other people, and welcome parishioners and visitors to our parish, as well as serve during Communion and offertory collections. Please contact Barbara Dreher if you feel called to serve as an usher or greeter, or leave a message with the parish office: 303-761-3940.

We are always looking for lectors to join our parish community. Do you feel called to help read Holy Scripture at Mass? Please contact Cathy Darnell at, Carolyn Derrington-Tate at, or call the parish office at 303-761-3940.

Eucharistic Ministry for Sick & Homebound
Are you interested in joining the Eucharistic Ministry for Swedish Hospital, or the Ministry to the Homebound? Please contact Carole Maschka at

Coffee & Donuts Ministry
Please contact the parish office if you have a heart for hospitality, donuts, and greeting parishioners and new faces of our parish: 303-761-3940.

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, or RCIA, is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with the Catholic Faith. This is an introductory class which highlights the richness of our faith, and how it coincides with our lives, today. Classes begin every September, and last through May. Please contact the Parish Office at 303-761-3940, or email for more information.

Altar & Linen Care
Interested in helping with Altar and Linen Care? Please contact Kristen Sarvis at

Altar Servers
We always welcome more altar servers! Please contact the parish office if you have a son (or more than one!) who is interested in serving at Mass: 303-761-3940.

Floral Arrangements
Questions or comments about our church and event floral arrangements? Contact the aesthetically talented, Morgan McGinn:

Marisol Family
Please contact the parish office if you are interested in volunteering or supplying donations to Marisol Health (Formerly The Gabriel House Project), a network of parishes and volunteer teams that provide basic material assistance to families with young children throughout Colorado. : 303-761-3940, or email Cathye Woody at

Knights of Columbus
St. Louis is proud to host a very active Knights of Columbus Council—#14443. Membership is open to practicing Catholic men age 18 and older. Please contact Pat Guese at KofC14443@gmail.comor call 303.756.2255 to learn more.

Weddings at St. Louis
Please contact the office nine months prior to your desired wedding date. Please contact the Parish Office at 303-761-3940 or email for more information.

Offertory Counter
Please contact the office at 303-761-3940 or email if you are interested in volunteering your time as an offertory counter. Thank you!

Pastoral Council
Please contact the office at 303-761-3940 for more information about the Pastoral Council. Thank you!

Contact the parish office if you feel a calling to help with the honorable responsibility of setting up the church and sacristy for the Mass as a sacristan. 303-761-3940

St. Vincent DePaul Society
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Denver Metro Council is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose purpose is to support the poor with support services spanning from food and clothing to counseling and emergency financial assistance, and much more.
Get involved with the St. Vincent DePaul Society by contacting Don Lodice at

Mount St. Vincent (formerly St. Vincent House)
“Mount Saint Vincent is the Rocky Mountain region’s premier provider of mental health treatment, foster care services, individualized education, and trauma-informed training — all focused on children and their families. Our innovative service offerings help children reach their full potential within their homes, schools and communities. Our focus on trauma-informed care make us one of the most highly regarded human services agencies in Colorado.” —borrowed from their website. Please contact Angela Adams at to support this ministry.

Prayer Network
Contact Margaret Walorski @ to join the prayer network.

Post Confirmation & Youth Groups
Contact Hugh Waymel at or Jeff

Widget Basketball – Please contact Pat McCaslin at

Knights of Columbus Council 14443

Knights of Columbus Council 14443
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1882, it was named in honor of the mariner Christopher Columbus. Originally serving as a mutual benefit society to low-income immigrant Catholics, it developed into a fraternal benefit society dedicated to providing...

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St. Vincent House

St. Vincent House
The St. Louis St. Vincent House for families in medical crisis. In the late 1980s, Father Roger Mollison, pastor of St. Louis Parish from 1989 to 1999, noticed a man sleeping on the church lawn. When questioned, the man responded that he had a son who had been shot and was now in Craig Hospital....

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Neo-Catechumenal Way

Neo-Catechumenal Way
The first Neo-Catechumenal Way participants in 1993 at St. Louis Catholic Church. The first Neo-Catechumenal community was founded in 1964 by Francisco “Kiko” Arguello and Carmen Hernandez in Madrid, Spain as a way to evangelize and re-awaken people’s baptismal promises. In 2002, the Way’s statutes were approved by the Vatican for a five-year assessment period....

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Croatian Catholic Mission in Colorado

Croatian Catholic Mission in Colorado
The St. Louis Catholic Church is proud to host a Croatian language mass the last Sunday of each month at 12 noon.Fulfilling the promise made by Rev. John Segaric of the St. Anthony Croatian Catholic parish to Marko Idzan, a leader of the Croatian refugee community in Denver, Father Mate Bizaca established the first Croatian...

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Respect Life

Respect Life
The Respect Life Apostolate (RLA) promotes the Catholic Church’s teachings on respect for and legal protection of every human life from conception to natural death by coordinating educational, spiritual, pastoral, and public policy advocacy efforts with particular focus on those issues in the culture that threaten life - abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and unethical advances in...

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