|Knights of Columbus
||The Knights of Columbus are the world’s largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.7 million members. It provides members and their families with volunteer opportunities in service to the Catholic Church, their communities, families and young people. The Knights of Columbus are a grassroots organization. Local councils develop the programs they believe will best serve the needs of their communities. If you are interested in this ministry, Ed Coleman, Grand Knight, Colemanep@gmail.com.
||All women who are registered in the Parish are automatically members of the Council of Catholic Women of the Cathedral of St. Thomas More, and may participate in any meeting, function or committee with which they so choose to become involved. If you are interested in this ministry, contact Pamela Moulder, firstname.lastname@example.org .
||The St. Thomas More Young Adults is a group for those in the parish who are in their 20s and 30s and looking for deeper Christian community. Both singles and married couples are welcome. Our activities occur a few times a month and include spiritual, social, and service activities. If you are interested in joining this ministry, contact Lindsey Mullen at email@example.com.
||To provide middle and high school youth with opportunities to learn about the Catholic faith and grow closer to Jesus Christ, all while getting to know one another and having fun! We are always looking for adults who want to build a rapport with the youth of the Cathedral and to accompany them in their relationship with Christ. If you are interested in this ministry, contact Michael Jacobeen, ym@Cathedralstm.org.
|Arts and Crafts
||The Arts and Crafts Committee meets each Wednesday in Burke Hall to pursue various activities supporting the parish and those in need. If you are interested in this ministry, contact Marie Flores at (703)979-3329.
|Catholic Youth Organization
||The CYO Athletic Program provides athletic opportunities to students in all grades. In addition to providing a variety of team sports opportunities, our program is also committed to teaching students about sportsmanship, teamwork and goal achievement, all within the principles of Christianity. If you would like to be a volunteer, contact Evan Tracey, firstname.lastname@example.org.
||The Cathedral School’s Girl Scouts are encouraged to learn more about their faith through the Diocese’s hosted activities such as Scout masses and community service projects. At Girl Scouts, we are a family, connected by our mission to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. We count on every adult to support this amazing volunteer organization. Together, as a family, we can help girls get started on a path to a future filled with success. If you are interested in this ministry, Mickey Grammatica Fletcher, MickeyInVa@gmail.com
||Cub Scouting aims to foster interaction between parents and their sons. The family-centered activities of Pack 194 include camping, hiking, outdoor skills, arts and crafts, making race cars for the Pinewood Derby, discussing faith and values, and serving the community. Scouts are encouraged to earn religious emblems and attend fall and spring Scouting masses at the Cathedral. Siblings are often welcome at Pack 194 events, and parents say they enjoy having this organized quality time with their children. If you are interested in joining Cub Scout Pack 194, contact STMPack194@yahoo.com.
||BSA TROOP 2535 Chain Bridge District of National Capital Area Region, chartered by St. Thomas More Cathedral. Boy Scouting is for 5-12th grade boys. We do a lot of fun activities like monthly campouts, council events like the Camporee and Klondike Derby and summer camps at various BSA camps in the area. If you are interesting in helping out, contact, Mike Reborchick at email@example.com.