Family Life

  • Bereavement and Support Group:  This ministry offers compassion and assistance with making funeral arrangements and planning the funeral Mass and also provides a caring support group for those who have lost a loved one. Meetings are on the second Thursday of the month at 6:15 in the Parish Center.  For more information, please contact Dianne Vasquez, 835-0540 or  bereavement@stchristopherano.com.

    Boy Scout Troop 117:  Established in 1955, Troop 117 has a history of over 50 years of service to Metairie and the surrounding community. Holding that "Scouting is for all boys," boys 10 to 18 years of age and from all schools are eligible to join. Troop 117 is dedicated to having fun, learning new things, and opening an entire world of experience for our boys.  See  t117metairie.org for our calendar or contact David Eck, 838-668 or  ecksherri@yahoo.com.

    Boy Scout Troop 269:  Troop 269 was formed in 1964 with a belief that scouting is fun with a purpose.  The goal of Troop 269 is to take boys and direct them into being well-rounded, responsible young men by teaching responsibility, organization, leadership, and skills that will prepare them for their adult life.  Most of the scouts attend St. Christopher School, but attendance is open to all schools. Being a very active troop, we camp at least eight times a year, including a week-long summer camp.  We support St. Christopher Parish and the community by performing many hours of service where our scouts learn the value of helping others at all times. For more information, please contact Gerald Roser, 885-4574 or  roserg@cox.net.

    St. Christopher Girl Scouts:  Girl Scouting builds "girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place."  The goal is to provide fun, safe activities while promoting a high standard of values for girls, kindergarten through high school seniors.  For more information, please contact Allison Signorelli,
    319-0191 or signorelli.allison@gmail.com.
  • You are welcome to join us in ministering to the needs of our church and the greater community. If you are interested in receiving information regarding any ministry or organization in the parish, please contact Deacon Phil McManamon at 451-0009 or pmcmanamon@archdiocese-no.org or respond via the "Contact Us" form under Resources, indicating your preference or wishes in the "Comments" section. We appreciate you!