3.2.b.1 Marriage Ministry
Building a great marriage is not so much knowing what to do as it is doing what you know. And until you act upon what you know, you’ll never realize how fully enriching and rewarding your marriage can be. 3.2.b.1 will help you gain valuable insights into what makes a successful marriage work and will help you put new insights into immediate practice. Wherever you are in your marriage, whatever challenges you’ve faced in the past or are facing today, your marriage can be stronger, deeper and more fulfilling.
Contact: Lisa Friedl - email: info@32b1.org - Website - Facebook Page
Al-Anon
A support group for family and friends of alcoholics
Contact: (818) 760-7122
Alcoholics Anonymous
Friends of Bill Wilson. If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to stop drinking, we make it our business.
Contact: Cindy Fincke (818) 757-3697
Bereavement Ministry
The Bereavement Ministry provides liturgical, spiritual and practical support for those who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Bereavement support is provided by concerned and compassionate parish members who have completed an Archdiocesan training program. The Bereavement Ministry provides a support group to help the grieving cope with and understand the many aspects of the grief they are experiencing so they are not alone on their journey to healing.
Contact: 
Dan & Agnes Young (818) 368-5208 - Webpage
Support: John Chady (818) 241-0761
Spanish: Celia Estrada (818) 341-3680
Blood Drive
Blood is a precious gift and giving it truly reflects a personal commitment to live the Gospel. It is needed for emergencies and for people who have cancer, blood disorders, sickle cell, anemia and other illnesses. Some people need regular blood transfusions to live. Our parish sponsors Red Cross blood drives several times a year and volunteers who help coordinate the drive and those that give blood are a special blessing to our parish and those who receive this precious gift of life.
Contact: Mary Melton (818) 346-0927
Boy Scouts
The Boy Scounts provide a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. For over a century, the Scouts have helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. By helping youth the Scout program is building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.
Contacts: Bryan Suttles (818) 438-8315 -  email: bryan@suttlesplumbing.com
                or Tammy Robinson (818) 400-6494 - email: trobinrn@yahoo.com
Bulletin
Our parish bulletin is available each weekend in the church narthex. It describes upcoming parish activities, projects and local community events. Items for the bulletin are due by noon of the Monday preceding the weekend on which they are to be posted in the bulletin.
Contact: Parish Office / Irene Ruiz (818) 341-3680   email: irene@sjeparish.net
Compassion Commission
The Compassion Commision is committed to answer the Christian call to action that  fosters pastoral concern and promotes social justice and peace for the people of our community and the world. The focus of the ministry is to encourage parishioners to emulate the actions of Jesus; showing compassion and empathy in order to relieve the burdens of others.  We work to promote the awareness of Catholic social teaching, both internally and externally to the St. John Eudes Parish Community, and to also guide and encourage parish involvement in social justice issues to work for a more just and peaceful society.
Contact: Mary Ann Prager (818) 341-3680 Ext. 115
Club Italia
Club Italia is a social group that celebrates the Italian heritage of its members. The club sponsors a number of dinner dances and social events throughout the year - many open to those who enjoy Italian food, music and fun.
Contact: Richard Ravizza (661) 297-0507
Divorced, Separated and Widowed Fellowship
This ministry is a concerned Catholic resource for those suffering the grief and pain of separation, divorce, or death of a spouse. We offer a safe environment where persons experiencing broken relationships may find spiritual and emotional help on their healing journey. We will, as a peer ministry, strive to support and empower each other to process our grief and ease our pain through our faith in God and his healing power.
Contact: Kathy Tichner (818) 349-9335
Facilities Committee
The Facilities Committee utilizes the talents and abilities of parishioners to maintain the physical buildings and property of the parish. Members donate their time to repair and fix items that need maintenace or to work on special construction projects in the parish.
Contact: Mel Spratley (818) 667-8918
Filipino Coordinating Council
With a vibrant and extensive Filipino community at St. John Eudes, the Filipino Coordinating Council works to coordinate the activies of the numerous and varied Filipino groups in the parish bringing focus to the needs of the parish and the Filipino community.
Contact: Eva Lopez (818) 300-9901
Gift Shop
The St. John Eudes Parish Gift Shop is a special ministry provided as a convenience for our parishioners and friends to assist in their personal religious growth and spirituality. Proceeds from the Gift Shop are used to help maintain parish programs and facilites, as well as provide support for other parish ministries. Our all volunteer Gift Shop staff assures that you will receive the best value when shopping for religious articles and supplies. The Gift Shop is located in the Holy Heart Residence building (former convent) adjacent to the Mason Avenue parking lot (across the walkway from Grill Hall).
Contact: Mary Ellen Pike  email: giftshopmanager@sjeparish.net
Visit the Gift Shop Webpage for complete information, including shop hours.
Girl Scouts
In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Through a myriad of enriching experiences, such as extraordinary field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardships, girls grow courageous and strong. Girl Scouting helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.
Contact: Laura Mayoral (818) 437-1249 or Gabi Breard (818) 832-0407
Golf Classic
The Annual Golf Classic brings together parishioners, along with many of our friends in the community, who enjoy playing or watching golf and spending a day together having fun and in fellowship. Besides a round of golf, the Golf Classic includes a putting contest, lunch, and a dinner with a silent auction, raffle, and awards. A number of sponsorship opportunities are available, and even many non-golfers enjoy attending the Classic. The proceeds of the event are used to meet various parish and school needs.
Contact: Eric & Molly Unger - email: ericunger@sbcglobal.net
Hospitality Ministry
We serve refreshments and provide a place and atmosphere for parishioners to visit following the Sunday 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 am Masses.
Contact the Parish Office
L.A. Catholic Alumni Club
A group of young adults, 20’s and 30’s, that meet in a social setting for many charitable functions throughout the year.
Contact: Mark T. Arnesen (818) 882-4847
Men’s Council
Our mission is foremost to serve God. We are messengers of Christ by our community and church actions. We support the Pastor, Priests, Sisters, Laity and community by sponsoring various parish activities and help the needs of other ministries. We sponsor and host several religious, spiritual, and social functions scheduled throughout the year.
Contact: Visit the Men’s Council Webpage for current contact and more information
Nursery at 9:00 and 11:00 Masses
The Sunday Nursery, Room D of the Grill Hall, is open to the children of our parish who are at least 2 months old and younger than 3 years of age (unless assisting with a younger sibling). We are open during the 9am and 11am Sunday Masses to care for your children. Volunteer caregivers are available 15 minutes before Mass.
Contact: Visit the Children’s Ministry Webpage for complete information about this ministry
OASIS
OASIS is a Catholic Charities Program operating through the Guadalupe Community Center in Canoga Park offering free services to seniors and their caregivers in parishes in the West San Fernando Valley. Services include friendly home visits, shopping escorts, minor home repairs, light yard work, and transportation to doctor or dental appointments.  OASIS provides training to parishioners interested in this ministry.
Contact: (818) 340-5100
Parish School
St. John Eudes School serves children from Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. The school’s mission is to educate students to live as committed followers of Jesus Christ as faithful members of the Catholic Church and to succeed in the 21st century as responsible learners, productive leaders, and caring citizens of their communities and environment. We continue the work of St. Paula Montal by supporting families in teaching our Catholic faith and fostering Christian service. We guide children with knowledge and the love of God to empower them with Christian morality, character, compassion, and integrity.
Partners of Hope
Partners of Hope is a service ministry and food pantry organized through our neighbors, The Chatsworth United Methodist Church. Although not directly a St. John Eudes Church ministry, many parishioners and neighborhoods in our community support this ministry which provides help to people that are in need of food or services.
Contact: Patti Dupree (818) 674-0334
Respect Life
The Respect Life Ministry exists to uphold the sanctity and dignity of all human life from conception to natural death. We work to make known the Catholic Church’s teachings on the critical life issues of our day and to defend the sanctity of human life at all stages. The Respect Life Ministry coordinates and directs pro-life efforts by sponsoring and conducting a variety of pro-life activities, which include educational programs, support and aid to pregnancy counseling groups, and supporting grassroots legislative action.
Contact: Parish Office (818) 341-3680
Safeguard the Children
We welcome those who are passionate in the cause of keeping our children safe! Safeguard the Children provides ongoing support, education, training and resources to help prevent child sexual abuse and to address children’s safety issues in our parishes, schools, homes and communities (includes VIRTUS training for adults and children).
Contact: Tish Byrne (818) 882-9323
Go to the Archdiocesan Webpage: Protecting Our Children
Sandwich Sunday
We gather monthly on a Sunday to make sandwiches for the poor and needy in our area. Parishioners are asked to bring the necessary bread, meat, fruits, cookies, and juices to make a nutritious sandwich lunch. By providing this simple meal, we work to show Christ’s concern for the poor.
Contact: Nellie Newman (818) 968-0241
Senior Funsters
Seniors are invited to get together for various social functions throughout the year. Whether it’s to spend some time playing cards, listening to speakers, or enjoying a musical presentation, the Senior Funsters enjoy being together and having fun.
Contact: Diane Hill (818) 998-3401
St. Anne’s Guild #3
St. Anne’s Guild supports community organizations as well as organizes social activities that are open to members’s spouses and friends.
Contact: Mary Melton (818) 346-0927
St. Vincent De Paul
St. Vincent De Paul, Council of Los Angeles, is part of a worldwide organization of lay Catholic men and women who are committed to live and grow in their Christian faith through prayer and personal involvement in charitable works. The Society’s mission is accomplished through parish and community based groups called Conferences and programs called Special Works.
Contact: Patti Dupree (818) 993-1668 - Home Pick-up: (800) 974-3571
Summer Carnival
The St. John Eudes Summer Carnival is a special celebration that brings the parish together to celebrate the beginning of the summer season. The Carnival is headed by a Steering Committee that coordinates various other committees that draw upon the great cultural and ethnic diversity of our parish to make the Carnival such a wonderful event. Parishioners are invited to join in this ministry to help prepare food, provide entertainment, support logistics, sell tickets, staff game booths, and participate in a number of other activities. Proceeds from the Carnival are used by the parish to support community and educational ministries. Usually held on Pentecost Weekend, the Carnival is truly a great expression of the Spirit in our parish.
Contact: Visit the Carnival Website for current chairpersons and to learn more about the Carnival
Swim Team
The St. John Eudes Parish Swim Team is open to children ages 4-14 who attend St. John Eudes School or whose family is registered in the parish. The swim team season begins in August and lasts through the fall as the team competes at meets organized through the San Fernando Valley Catholic Swim League. Coaches evaluate all new swimmers to determine if they are strong enough swimmers to keep up with the practices and participate in the meets. A scholarship is awarded to graduating eight graders at the end of the season. All swimmers must register and pay a registration fee (except 14 year olds). Participation on the swim team is a wonderful way to support the parish, meet new friends, and bring families together in a spirit of good-hearted competition and team cooperation.
Contact: Visit the Swim Team Website for the Swim Team Handbook, schedule, forms, and other important information
Women’s Ministry
The St. John Eudes Women’s Ministry is dedicated to building a feeling of fellowship among the women of our parish as well as among the women of the community at large. The way we accomplish this, is by sponsoring an annual ladies’ high tea. Women from our parish and beyond, volunteer to create and design beautiful table settings to accommodate their own guests or to invite those ladies that purchase tickets to share their table. All year long the women anticipate the arrival of the next tea and wait for an item to spark their creativity and inspire the concept of their next table. Women of all cultures and faiths are represented at these teas. In these times of casual living and love for the convenience of paper plates, few people take the time to entertain lavishly; so experiencing teas such as ours is truly nostalgic of the traditions of the past and highly praised.
Contact: Grace Hernandez   email: ChelaRHz@aol.com