Here’s a summary of what we do!

The craft group sells the crafts to earn money for Debt reduction.

Our Yearly yard sale helps us to fund all the projects that we donate to throughout the year. We do not collect dues from the participants and all women of the parish are considered members of CCW.

Somecome regularly to the monthly meetings and others who can not do assist with helping in some capacity during the projects we have through the year.

We continue to do roses for Babies where pray for the mother and unborn child and then provide a meal and babyblanket which one of our women chrochets.

We help with the bareavement committee. We support the Truetlin House and the Carmelite Monestary

We prepare the Barren tree for presents for children of needy Families.

We provide and serve the Mardi Gras Pancake supper on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.

We help and support all other Ministries in the Church Family.

We provide for the Confirmation and Holy Communion receptions .

We also have a Mass quarterly for all CCW Members.


October 2017

These are pictures from Savannah Deanery Fall Meeting and luncheon hosted by our ladies with a job well done. The speaker was Fr Kavanaugh, Deanery President is Gayle Valbueno.

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Holy Rollers

On Saturday, March 22 St Boniface's Team (Holy Rollers) participated in the first annual Family Promise of Effingham Bed Race held at the Effingham High School track. The bed was constructed by Jimmy McIntosh, Team Captain. The Holy Rollers' team consisted of: Sarah McIntosh (left front); Lauren Usher (left rear); Rachel McIntosh (center); Lucy Duncan (right rear); and Catie Haag (right front).St Boniface and Effingham Family Promise are VERY grateful to the hard work and time devoted by Jimmy, Sarah, Rachel, Lauren, Lucy and Catie and everyone who made a financial donationto this worthwhile fundraiser. Over 22 beds participated in this fun event with various themes (Wizard of Oz, Duck Dynasty, Star Wars etc.) A fun time was had by all who attended and over $10,300 was raised that day for Family Promise.

For more information on Family Promise, go

St. Boniface Council of Catholic Women, 2017, 2018