Fellowship and Social Committees

Please call the office 371-3100 or see the bulletin for Ministry contact information.

Caring 50+ Club

The Caring 50+ Club is a group of senior parishioners who gather together on the last Thursday of the month for the 10:00 mass, followed by a luncheon and time spent sharing conversations, playing cards or just having fun. The group is open to all parishioners who are 50+ years of age who would like a little company or want to meet new friends. If you feel that you want to be part of this club please see the bulletin for the latest contact information, or stop in on the last Thursday of the month.


Cursillo Community

The St. Barbara Cursillo Community is comprised of parishioners who have made the Cursillo weekend and wish to remain active in the diocesan Cursillo movement. Cursillo is a “short course in Catholic Christian Living” and begins with a 3 day weekend retreat. Those who attend and complete the weekend are called “Cursillistas” and become members of the Cursillo community, embarking on their “Fourth Day” – the rest of their lives, to live out their faith in the Cursillo method. The movement promotes piety, study and action as the three tenements to maintain living the Cursillo method and is heavily rooted in friendship, community and prayer groups.

There are more than 200 Cursillo members at St. Barbara. We would love you to take part in this special program. For more information on Cursillo please see contact us.


Festival - Rocktoberfest

Rocktoberfest, our annual parish festival energizes parishioners, enlivens spirit, and reaches out to spread fellowship to our community.

The festival mission is:

Through FAITH, FUN & FELLOWSHIP we desire to enliven the Existing Parish Membership. Through this activity we hope to engage more parishioners with differing skills in this event and, ultimately, into other parish ministries. We wish to learn more about each other make new friends and strengthen our relationships as a community of faith. By strengthening these relationships we hope to grow as a worshiping community.

We recognize our faith community at St Barbara is growing very rapidly. Through this festival we wish to give witness to our enthusiastic spirituality and dynamic faith to the greater Northern Kentucky Catholic community. We endeavor to make St. Barbara known as warm and energetic parish of the Diocese of Covington; a place where Catholics will want to come to worship. Through our witness, we welcome new members to join us and become full active members.

We Welcome our Non-Catholic neighbors in the surrounding community. We recognize events such as these are evangelizing moments. We desire our neighbors to see St. Barbara as an alive and fun faith-filled community. We are welcoming, helpful and attentive to the needs of our attendees. Through this endeavor we wish to draw more people to our faith in fulfillment of our Mission.

We desire the festival to be a self-supporting activity of the parish and not diminish parish resources. We endeavor to make the event a profitable venture so that any funds so raised will be used to continue the ministries of our church and help us fulfill our mission.

The festival is always looking for new ideas and talent to keep it a vital part of the fellowship of St. Barbara Church.


Grounds, Maintenance, and Spare Time Parishioner Club

As with any parish the maintenance and upkeep of the St. Barbara campus can be a daunting task. The parish has been very fortunate to have such wonderful volunteers to keep the grounds  beautiful. Grounds and Maintenance teams are always looking for help.

With the completion of the Sterling Event Center, St. Barbara Church and its campus will be an extremely welcoming place for all to enjoy. The campus requires much maintenance and attention to keep it as one of the shining jewels within the Covington Diocese. The Spare Time Parishioner Club has been established to allow individuals to use their unique talents and skills. The members of this group (open to all parishioners - men and women) meet after 10:00 mass on Fridays for an hour or so of fellowship and campus maintenance followed by a group lunch at church.

All talents and skills are welcomed. Please contact us to see how you can lend a hand.


Holy Dames

St. Barbara’s Holy Dames is a dynamic organization of faith based women who work for the betterment of the parish, spiritually, socially and financially. The Holy Dames lend their assistance to many of the parishes ministries and activities. We meet the 1st Tuesday of every month except during summer.  ALL ARE WELCOME!


Holy Name Society

The Holy Name Society enhances spiritual enrichment while building a social community of men of the parish and other men throughout the Diocese. They support meaningful liturgy for the parish by providing the altar bread and wine for consecration during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. They financially assist the parish in meeting unbudgeted expenses, especially youth, fellowship and religious programs. They provide assistance to the poor, especially parish members and encourage and promote the stewardship of time, talent and treasure of our members.

This ministry hosts many special events to keep the fellowship of the parish active. The annual Turkey Shoot, Keeneland Trip, Lenten Fish Frys, Spring Golf Outing, assistance with the annual Parish Picnic, Spring and Fall campus cleanup and Cursillo sponsorships are just a few ways this ministry lends their service and support.

We want to grow our society by attracting new members-especially newer parish members just joining the church. If you are interested in joining please contact us for further information.


Youth Group

The parish Youth Group was established to help young people share God’s love on their level and allow them to be involved in church activities. We emphasize the importance in helping within the parish and outside our community to show youth the fun while providing service to others. More information check us out on facebook friend John Kidwell.