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  • History

     

    The Women’s Guild was originally founded in 1949 as the Altar Society.   In 1963 the name was changed to the St. Bernard Women’s Guild.  The guild established a network of neighborhood circles to promote Christian community within the parish.

     

    Today the circles are reaching out to all women and communities to strengthen its Christian commitments and to celebrate friendship and service.  Every women of St. Bernard of Clairvaux is a member of the Women’s Guild.




    Serenity Prayer

     


    God grant me the Serenity 
    to accept the things I cannot change 
    Courage to change things I can 

    and the Wisdom to know the difference.



       


    What is a Circle?
    A group of women who meet once a month, with fourfold purpose:  

    Spiritual, Social, Study and Service

     

     

    Join a Circle or form a New Circle

     

    Circle leader is a member  of St.  Bernard of Clairvaux Church.  Members are given the opportunity to help with many events such as:

    • Care for the Altar
    • Carnival
    • Food Drives
    • Angel Tree
    • Victorian Tea
    • And many more!