Women’s Club

Women’s Club

The St. Joseph Women’s Club welcomes women of all ages to participate. Members of the Women’s Club focus on social events as well as spiritual development, charity and fund-raising for the parish. The Women’s Club is comprised of both Guild Members and Associate Members.

The Co-Presidents for 2015-2016:

Sherri Dort: sherridort@yahoo.com


Diane Clarke: thehunty@yahoo.com

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Women’s Club Activities Include:


Download signup forms and flyers for the following programs:


Guild Members are affiliated with a guild and are expected to attend at least three guild meetings a year. Members may join more than one guild. These guilds meet monthly and provide members to meet new people, renew friendships, and participate in the vibrant life of St. Joseph Parish. Members of these guilds are women who enjoy each other’s company while adding to the strength of our parish.

Associate Members are not a part of any guild, but provides opportunities for women to attend the 3 General Meetings, which include Fall Membership, Christmas and Board Installation Dinners.

Below please find a brief description (with some but not all) of the activities of the guilds:

Guild 3:

When: This group meets the last Tuesday of every month. Meetings are held at members’ homes, restaurants or other venues. Additional social activities include summer Ravinia evening and Christmas in July. Fundraising activity includes participation in the Christmas wreath sales. Charitable activities include new baby meal delivery.

Guild 4:

When: This group meets 2nd Thursday evening every month. Meetings are held in the community room at the church, members’ homes, restaurants or other venues. Social activities include cooking demonstrations and book club. The fundraising activity includes pizza and bingo night. Charitable activities include organizing a “shower” for Sisters of Christian Charity

Guild 10:

When: This group meets at various times during the year. Various topics of spiritual nature are presented. Meetings are held in members’ homes, restaurants or other venues. Additional activities include planning for the day and evening of reflection for the Parish.

Guild 11:

When: This group meets 4-5 times during the year. Times are flexible and decided by the group. Meetings are held in members’ homes, restaurants or other venues. Activities include chairing various fundraisers as needed.