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  What We Are About

The Altar Society of St. Dominic's is a group of women from the Parish who offer their dedicated service to the Church.  We are involved in the life of the Church in a special way.  Through our efforts, we assist the Pastor in maintaining the Altar, Sanctuary and Sacristy.  This includes cleaning and setting of the Altar for Services, caring for the vestments, Altar cloths, etc.  We also decorate for special occasions and care for the plants and flowers.


What We Offer


  We also offer a spirit of community to the members.  Speakers and entertainment are provided at the meetings, and special social events are offered to the members.  This includes a Christmas Party and luncheons.






The Altar Society also reaches out to the needs of the Community and in times of disaster offers financial help to the victims.  Just as the women of the New Testament administered to Christ during His Public Ministry, the women of St. Dominic's Altar Society administer to Christ in His Church in Panama City, Florida in this century.



Through our fundraising projects we are able to purchase some of the needed articles for the Church.

Our basic fundraisers are:

bulletBake Sales
bulletChristmas Bazaar


Projects and Activities



bulletAngel Tree
bulletBake Sales
bulletChristmas Party
bulletConfirmation Retreat Luncheon
bulletFirst Eucharist Reception
bulletFuneral Vigil Rosary
bulletMake Rosaries
bulletMonthly Meetings
bulletParticipation in the Fall Festival
bulletPotluck Luncheons
bulletVisit the Sick

Altar Society Information

Second Tuesday of the month at 11 am

Location:  The Parish Hall

Mission:  To heighten devotion at St. Dominic's by dedicating our time and talent to making an altar and sanctuary that exemplifies the glory of God.

Contact Persons:  Clara Mayer at 871-3181 or Dolly Allen at 763-8671.  They will convince you of the Society's need for your involvement.





Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary,
that never was it known
that any one who fled to thy protection,
implored thy help or sought thy intercession,
was left unaided.

Inspired with this confidence,
I fly unto thee,
O Virgin of virgins my Mother;
to thee do I come,
before thee I stand,
sinful and sorrowful;
O Mother of the Word Incarnate,
despise not my petitions,
but in thy clemency hear and answer me.