Stewardship is a way of life. It is a way of living each day in gratitude for all the blessings that God has given to us. The roots of stewardship can be found in the Bible, which tells us over and over that God is the Creator and Giver of all gifts. It is our responsibility to show our gratitude to God for these gifts, by giving back to Him the "first fruits."

We do not own the gifts God gives to us. We are only here on earth to use those gifts to do God's work.

In 1992 the U.S. Catholic Bishops released a pastoral letter on stewardship entitled: Stewardship: A Disciple's Response. The Bishops described a Christian steward as one who:

  • Receives God's gifts gratefully
  • Cherishes and tends them responsibly
  • Shares them in justice and love
  • Returns them to God

Sharing our gifts and returning them to God, means giving generously of our time, talent and treasure. We give to God by sharing with our faith community and with those in need. Time and talent can be shared by becoming involved in parish life, volunteering and offering a helping hand. Treasure can be shared by making a conscious effort to make a financial gift to the Church and other charities.  






Volunteer alert!!

Adult Worship Leaders to serve 1 mass a month
Coordinator: Vacant

This program is offered at the 5pm Mass on Saturday and at the 9:15am Mass on Sunday. 
Children ages 4 - 12 are dismissed with adult worship leaders who present the weekly Sunday scriptures from the Children's Lectionary. Adult and teen leaders work in teams, receive training and guidebooks, and really meet an amazing need for the community. All worship leaders must attend Keeping Children Safe. 

At Holy Family

Serving at Holy Family

Helping Hands: Provides food or a meal to families in our parish at the time of death. 
Homebound Ministry: Visitation and fellowship to parishioners who are confined to their home or other facilities. 

Hospital Visitation: Visits and brings the Eucharist to parishioners in area hospitals 

If you are interested in serving our parish in one of these ways, please contact the church office for more details. 

Beyond Our Walls

Serving Beyond Our Walls

Catholic Charities Fort Worth: Provides social outreach programs to help those in a crisis.

Catholic Daughters of the Americas: A national organization for Catholic women that engages in religious and charitable projects. Please contact us at for more information.  You may also visit us online at to learn more about us both at the national and state level.  

Habitat for Humanity: Helps build homes in the spring and fall.  Please contact Deacon Mike at 817.737.6768 if you have any questions.                      

Knights of Columbus: Fraternal organization for Catholic men. 

Saint Vincent De Paul Society: Helps those in financial need. Meets the first Monday of the month. 

Westaid: A service agency of Westside Churches, which help to serve those in need. 

If you are interested in serving our parish in one of these ways, please contact the church office for more details. 


Safe Environment

Safe Environment Information


This alert only applies to volunteers who have not completed the current program "Protecting God's Children" through the Virtus program.

The Diocese has implemented a change to the expiration date of the  former safe environment program Safe & Sacred. If you took the Safe & Sacred training prior to June 30, 2018, you must take the new training entitled Protecting God’s Children to continue volunteering in ministry.

To set up a VIRTUS profile and schedule an awareness session, please follow these instructions:

Go to the diocesan website:




Download and print the forms and bring them to the awareness session or turn in to the Church Office.

Upcoming Safe Environment Awareness Sessions at Holy Family Parish:

Covid-19 protocols will be followed, including mandatory wearing of face masks and social distancing.

The Office of Safe Environment of the Diocese of Fort Worth manages the Safe Environment training programs in accordance with the USCCB Charter for the Protection of Children and Youth. The training sessions for preschoolers through adults offer instruction in self-protection and the protection of children, youth and vulnerable adults. Each parish and school has a dedicated Safe Environment Coordinator who assists clergy, staff and volunteers with program registration, training delivery and recertification.  All volunteers are required to take the awareness training.  

Holy Family Church's contact is Star Fedor.  You may contact her at 817.502.7884 or  

You may also view the Catholic Diocese's website for more detail information at