Social Life

Polonia Club

The Polonia Club has happily existed for over 90 years in the St. Constance Parish community. We take this opportunity to sincerely and warmly welcome all new members. Szczesc Boze!
We are an organization dedicated to bringing together Polish families who are temporarily or permanently separated from their fatherland. Our purpose is to uphold, preserve and propagate the language, customs, culture and traditions of Poland.

We are active in St. Constance Parish life, meeting informally every fourth Sunday of the month in Borowczyk Hall. Meetings are open to a variety of discussions and subjects and we try to be supportive and helpful to all, should problems or difficulties arise. We invite all to join our Polonia Club family. Meetings are conducted in the Polish language.

 

Young at Heart

The Young at Heart Club of St. Constance Parish was organized by Father Martin Borowczyk in 1970 to bring the senior members of our parish together both spiritually and socially. Meetings are held at 11:30 am in Borowczyk Hall on the second Monday of each month, except in January, July and August. We participate in many activities on the premises at St. Constance and outside of the parish facilities as well. At each meeting we concentrate on special, meaningful topics. We enjoy an annual Christmas luncheon, the parish May Crowning with the school children and the club’s year end anniversary celebration which includes a Mass and luncheon.

The club requires a minimum age of 60 years for membership. Both men and women are welcome. Meetings are conducted in the English language.

 

Woman’s Club

St. Constance Woman’s Club is affiliated with the Archdiocesan Counsel of Catholic Women under the patronage of Our Lady of Good Council. Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 pm in Borowczyk Hall.

The objective of this organization is to bring the women of the parish together spiritually and socially in service to the parish, the community and the world. All women interested in the St. Constance Woman’s Club are invited to join. Meetings are conducted in the English language.

 

Teen Club

The purpose of this group is to provide a safe environment for teens to gather together to plan and participate in a variety of activities and to give them an opportunity to volunteer their talents in service to the parish and the community. Social events and service projects are planned on a monthly basis. Membership includes eighth graders through high school seniors. Meetings are conducted in the English language.

 

Holy Name Society

The St. Constance Holy Name Society gathers on the second Sunday of each month, September through June, at the 7:30 am Mass which is followed by a breakfast meeting in Borowczyk Hall.

The Holy Name Society gives the men of the parish an opportunity to come together around the table in both a liturgical and social context, to support one another, to laugh and to learn. Membership is open to registered parish males age fifteen and over. Meetings are conducted in the English language.

 

Rosary Sodality

The Rosary Sodality meets each morning in church at 7:40. The main purpose of the sodality is to pray the rosary to bring an end to abortion, abuse, euthanasia and for world peace, and for special intentions.

Membership is open to all of St. Constance parish. Prayers are conducted in the English language.

 

The Brass Band of St. Constance Parish

The Brass Band of St. Constance Parish came into existence in the year 2004 with the goal of adding pomp to the parish religious ceremonies. The members of the band attend Sunday Mass at 9:00am, and after Mass rehearse in the convent building. Often the band is invited by other pastors and helps introduce our parish at celebrations such as the Polish Constitution Day Parade.