Parish Communities

Retirement Home Masses:

Holy Mass is offered at The Seabrook Retirement Home on the Second Wednesday of every month.

Holy Mass is offered at The TidePoint Retirement Home on the Fourth Wednesday of every month.

The Saint Vincent de Paul Society:
Our mission is to offer, in a spirit of justice and charity via a person-to-person interview conducted by our volunteer members, help to those who are needy and suffering by providing temporary and emergency assistance. Our goal is to provide assistance that alleviates suffering and promotes the dignity and integrity of mankind.
Food Program:
Groceries are free to needy Island residents every Wednesday from 4-5pm behind the Educational Building and Thursday morning from 9-10 am inside the Education Building (except during holidays). 

Ladies' Guild: We invite and encourage all ladies of our parish to join this group. They meet monthly on the Third Wednesday at 10:15 am in the Parish Hall September through April. We begin with a short business meeting and enjoy interesting presentations from various speakers from our community and elsewhere, followed by a delicious luncheon prepared by some of our members. We have a fun year planned to include spiritual growth and service, and social opportunities. This is a wonderful opportunity to become involved in your parish and make new friends!  Call the office for more information. 

Offertory Collections Counters:
This ministry involves counting and batching weekend and holyday collections. Counters rotate this responsibility. Contact Maryann Bartoletta at the parish office, at 
Religious Articles Shop:

Our shop is located to the right of the driveway as you face the church. We carry many books, statues, and wonderful gifts. It is open after each Mass. Contact Mary at or Email:  

Respect for Life:
  Join us in prayer every Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. in the Adoration Chapel. The Holy Family Pro-Life in conjunction with Hilton Head Citizens for Life is a pro-life organization operating in the greater Hilton Head community with the purpose of protecting the value of life. Our efforts are directed at creating community awareness to protect the rights of the unborn, the sanctity of life in stem cell research, and the consequences of euthanasia in our society. HILTON HEAD CITIZENS FOR LIFE (HHCL) is run entirely by volunteers and is dependent on free will contributions by members and friends to support its work. HHCL is affiliated with the South Carolina Citizens for Life organization headquartered in Columbia. Our actions in supporting SCCL have been effective in endorsing pro-life legislation placing South Carolina in the forefront of places in our country where lives are protected.
The Cursillo Movement is a movement of the Catholic Church. The name Cursillo is Spanish, meaning short course, and is often associated with a 3-Day weekend - which is only one aspect of the Cursillo Movement. The proper name is Cursillo de Cristiandad (short course of Christianity). There is much more to the Cursillo Movement than just a 3-Day weekend. The Cursillo Movement can assist each of us in developing a deeper understanding of what it means to be fully Catholic by being fully Christian.
There is a large and active Cursillo community here on Hilton Head Island and in Bluffton. If you have been on a Cursillo Weekend or are interested in knowing more, please contact the parish office. Monthly Ultreya are held here at Holy Family. DeColores!