- The Women of Sacred Heart are collecting school supplies for the children of our food pantry families. School supplies are needed for grades K thru 12 and there are over 100 school-age children that utilize our parish’s food pantry. See the complete list of school supplies needed in the commons area. All school supplies should be dropped off in the commons area no later than Tuesday, August 10th. Volunteers are also needed to help sort the school supplies on Thursday, August 12th at 9 am in the Parish Hall.
- The Women of Sacred Heart August 19th craft night will now be an in-person meeting! We will meet at 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. Please RSVP to womenof[email protected] by Tuesday, August 17th to reserve your space.
- The Women of Sacred Heart will be kicking off the new year on Thursday, August 26th at 7:00 pm with a dinner out meeting. All women of the parish are invited to come and find out what WOSH is all about and what our plans are for this year. Dinner will be at Ruby Tuesday’s in Woodbridge. Please RSVP to [email protected] by Tuesday, August 24th.
- BUNCO is back! The Women of Sacred Heart will be playing BUNCO on Thursday, September 2nd at 7pm in the Parish Hall. All women of the parish are invited to come. BUNCO is a fun, dice game that allows you time to socialize with your fellow parishioners. No experience is necessary, if you can roll dice you can play.
Founded in March 1980, The Women of Sacred Heart (WOSH) supports parish activities, develops spiritual growth, and encourages a strong feeling of community among the women of our parish.
All women who are members of our Parish are members of WOSH. Attending our meetings is a great way to get to know one another and to share in our parish activities. For some, the family is far away, so it's reassuring and a comfort to know you have WOSH friends!
WOSH is always ready to lend a hand to parish needs. Here is a sampling of activities in which we participate: First Communion and Confirmation receptions; Giving Tree; Parish Festival; Mardi Gras Dance; Easter Egg Hunt; assist parishioners with special needs or circumstances.
We try to provide food and serving help with after-funeral receptions here in the parish hall for the family and friends if they so desire. Right now this is usually done by the Women of Sacred Heart. We would like to get a Bereavement Committee started to handle this, as well as providing support and comfort to grieving families, arranging meals, etc.
Contact Sue Straka at (703) 794-1634.