St. Patrick Women's Guild


History of Our Guild

The Guild was organized on October 10, 1976 by a nucleus of former members of St. Katherine's Auxiliary. Since its humble beginning 39 years ago, the organization has sponsored, supported and actively participated in parish and community events. Some of the annual events include the Seder Meal, Vacation Bible School, a Senior Citizens' Brunch, and the annual Woman's Guild Fundraising Tea. Members of the Guild serve as Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, and all are members of all church committees and commissions. The Guild is an affilitate of the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW), the South Carolina Council of Catholic Women (SCCCW); and the Charleston Deanery Council of Catholic Women. Guild members serve as leaders on all levels of Council. For additional information about the Women's Guild, please contact the Church Office (843-723-6066).    

2018 Guild Officers and Commission Co-Chairs

President-Marcella Holmes
Vice-President-Kimberly Holmes-White
Secretary-Veronica McDaniel
Financial Secretary-Mabel Elliott-Moultrie
Treasurer-Delmar "Dee Dee" Smith




Church-Beverly Buford/Yvonne Gice                                                                                         Legislative-Norma Davis/Patricia Mack

The aim of the Church Commission is to create a comunity that is educated and dynamic. Catholic women called to discipleship and holiness respond with personal witness and service to the Church and to the world. The commission reinforces faith and assists in meaningful ecumenical dialogue. It offers means to enhance public and private praye, promotes sound liturgical practice that is sensitive to the cultural diversity of the church, and provides resources for spiritual norishment and development of the faith community.

The Legislation Commission encourages legislative advocacy among all members. Guided by Catholic Social Teaching, it assists women in understanding the legislative process, provides the skill to analyze current and proposed laws, and promotes activities that will bring about greater social and economic justice in our society at the local, state and national level.



Family Concerns-Deborah Joseph/Daisey Ferrette                                                                      Community Concerns-Doris Hamilton/Eleanor Weiters                                                                     International Concerns-Arnell Grant/Wilhemina Jones

Family Concerns:
The aim of the Family Conceerns Commission is to support and enhance the importance of family  life within the church and society.  The commission works to assist families in achieving a truly Christian life, and to carry out its responsibilities within the Church, the civic community, and the world.

Community Concerns:
The Community Concerns Commission engages the members and all people in working to address the needs and concerns of their individual communities. It is focused on action that affects the life, growth, productivity and well being of all people, especially women and children and the communities in which they live.

International Concerns:
The International Concerns Commission promotes responsibility for the world community through the conviction that our wealth and resources must be shared with all peoples. In response to this call for global solidarity, the commission creates awareness and educates tothe needs of women and children throughout the world. The commision encourages members to generously support the Works of Peace amd Works of Reconciliation programs implemented in partnership with Catholic Relief Services.



Organization - Elease Amos-Goodwin/Kimberly Jones-White

The Organization Commission provides organizational development, opportunities for leadership training, public relations resources, and publications to assure tghe successful orgaization and management of Council and its programs. It serves to strengthen the leadership team at every ring of council.






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