Get Involved

St. Henry aims to share the Body of Christ in both our celebration of the sacraments and in the work we do in our community. Volunteers and prayer partners are the engines that drive the work of our community. We have dozens of ministry and volunteer opportunities that involve the gifts and talents of hundreds of our community members… and we need more help. More specifically, we need your help! Help us celebrate the Mass as an Altar Server, Eucharistic Minister or Lector. Join us as we pass on our traditions to the next generations in our religious education and Youth Ministry programs. Visit and care for the sick and homebound by sharing the Eucharist at home. Join in our service and social justice activities through the St. Vincent de Paul society and through our Justice and Peace Committee. The possibilities are nearly limitless. Work with us, live with us, share with us and celebrate with us. Your gifts and talents help to make the Body of Christ stronger at St. Henry. Get involved!

St. Vincent de Paul - St. Henry Conference of the international organization. Contact Peggy Hietpas at 503-667-4572 to volunteer.

Zaraphath Soup Kitchen - An interdenominational effort to provide a daily hot meal in the Gresham area. 503-667-2692

Justice & Peace Committee - A group of parishioners working for peace by addressing justice issues. Contact Parish Office at 503-665-9129. Justice and Peace meets every 3rd Thursday of the month @ 1:00 pm in the Parish Library.

Lectors & Eucharistic Ministers - Contact the parish office at 503-665-9129

Ushers & Greeters - Greet and welcome those coming to worship! Contact the parish office at 503-665-9129

If you are not able to volunteer at this time, we still need your help. Your prayers are instrumental to the vitality of our community. Please pray for the ministries of our parish, for the faith and wisdom of the people doing the ministries, for the health and safety of the people we all serve and for peace everywhere! Please also pray for our young people. It is critically important that they know that they are loved, valued and needed.