The Society of St. Vincent De Paul is a Catholic lay organization open to all who wish to live their faith by loving and serving their neighbor.

Vincent De Paul society offers different levels of membership:

Active (full) members are those who participate regularly in the prayer life, meetings, and charitable activities of the society. An active member accepts the rule of the society, belongs to the Catholic Church, and is received as a Vincentian brother or sister. To remain an active member, attendance of at least 10 meetings per year is required. Meetings are held the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Only active members can hold office in the organization. Admittance into the society is by formal vote.

Associate members include those who sincerely and publicly accept the society’s rule but may or may not belong to the Catholic church, may or may not attend meetings on a regular basis, and may or may not engage in the work of the society on a regular basis. They are invited to attend the general meetings and special observances of the society and to participate in its charitable activities.

Contributing members are those who regularly, or in a substantial way, provide in-kind or financial support but do not engage directly in the society ‘s work. These members are invited to the society’s general meetings.

Nondiscriminatory policy The society actively seeks to recruit and retain volunteers
without regard to race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, criminal justice status, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin, age or physical handicap. If you are interested in becoming a member. click here.

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