St. Paul Council of Catholic Women
SPCCW MISSION STATEMENT
The St. Paul Council of Catholic Women (SPCCW) works together to address the needs of the parish and the
greater community. The members of the SPCCW share their talents as they support, engage, empower, and
educate the women of the parish in spirituality, friendship, leadership, and service. In the process, the women
share the joy of serving others through their Christian values.
TYPICAL AREAS OF CCW MINISTRY
The Burse Club was organized to raise funds for the education of seminarians.
The Vocation Purse Club assists women entering religious life.
Special Intention Masses are arranged for seminarians and religious sisters in formation.
Respite is designed to spiritually and temporally renew the family caregiver.
NCCW responds to domestic violence against women through Women Healing the Wounds.
We are Called to Witness is a program consisting of nine components including “Hospitality and Welcome”.
Parish Socials such as Social Events, Bunco, etc. - periodically through the year.
Baby Bottle Drives are organized to assist Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers.
Funds are donated to Hugs for the Homeless to assist homeless families.
Speakers are scheduled for various topics including the issue of Human Trafficking.
The CCW presents issues of concern to Florida Legislators during Catholic Days at the Capitol. This is followed by the Red Mass of the Holy Spirit.
OBJECTIVES OF THE SPCCW
1) To unite the women of St. Paul Catholic Church for service to the parish and the community.
2) To provide a forum for women of St. Paul Catholic Church to speak and act in unity.
3) To support the efforts of the Pensacola-Tallahassee Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (DCCW), the Northwest
Deanery, and the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW).
For up to date information on meetings and events please refer to weekly bulletin and parish
Join our Facebook group, St. Paul Catholic Church Council of Catholic Women via our St. Paul Catholic Church Facebook page
SPCCW E-Mail: SPCCW@stpaulcatholic.net