These ministries work towards providing support, care and safety for Parishioners on and off campus, and in all seasons of life.
The purpose of this support group is to help & assist those who wish to avail themselves of the 12 Step Programs and to introduce them to the local meeting and fellow members. It must be remembered that anonymity is the cornerstone of these Programs.
Meetings: Saturday at 6:30 PM in person.
Location: 38 Church Hill Road
Masses: There are no masses scheduled at this time. Check back often for updates.
Adoption, Foster, and Orphan Care Ministry
We are a St. Rose support ministry that provides guidance and insight into the exploration and pursuit of adopting, fostering and caring for orphan children. Our meetings and workshops are scheduled as interest requires, so please contact us.
We offer: Adoption Discernment Workshops, Foster Care Outreach, Adoption Process Support, Resource Lending Library. Please join our mailing list by emailing us at the above address.
If you have cancer, are a cancer survivor, are a family member of someone who has cancer or if you've lost a loved one to cancer this group is for you.
Meetings: Every second Wednesday of the month
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Group meets via Zoom or call-in option until further notice. Contact Frank for link and other information.
Dorothy Day House of Hospitality
We volunteer at the Dorothy Day House of Hospitality by preparing, cooking and serving meals and sandwich bags, setting up and cleaning up. Volunteers 16 years of age and older are welcome to join us!
Volunteer: Third Wednesday of every month
Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Dorothy Day Hospitality House, 11 Spring St, Danbury, CT 06810
Natural Family Planning is a holistic, completely natural and highly effective method of both postponing and achieving pregnancy, fully in accord with the dignity of the human person. Through NFP, married couples discover God’s beautiful design of human fertility and His plan for married love. Couples learn the science of their fertility and to chart the biological markers on a daily basis. They can then read those signs in light of their prayerful discernment of God’s plan for their unique family.
Guidance is available for engaged couples, married couples who are newlywed, postpartum or those entering menopause. If you are interested, please contact Adrienne at St. Rose Parish.
For more online information and resources please see our dedicated page on the diocesan website Formation Reimagined.
Northern Fairfield Professionals (NFP) is a free network group for people looking for new opportunities or interested in professional development. Northern Fairfield Professionals (NFP) is where people meet to expand their network connections, as well as learn the tools needed to advance their careers. Business professionals from all industries and career levels are welcome to attend our monthly meetings. Our philosophy is to build reciprocal relationships where business professionals can exchange ideas, job leads, and build networking skills. We usually have a guest speaker discuss a topic of interest related to the job search and/or professional development. Check out our Facebook page.
Meetings: Second Tuesday of the month
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM.
Location: Currently via Zoom, in the near future we will return to the Knights of Columbus Building.
To receive an NFP Evite with information on upcoming meetings and featured guest speakers, and to get notification of return to in-person meetings, please contact John Barry.
Parent & Caregiver Substance Abuse/Use Support Group
A weekly gathering for parents and caregivers with children or loved ones affected by substance use/abuse. This group provides a confidential venue to receive information and support concerning how to handle their child’s or loved one’s suspected or confirmed use of substances. Facilitated by an experienced drug & alcohol counselor.
Meetings: Thursday Evenings
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Fairfield Hills, 2 Washington Square, Newtown, CT 06470