Outreach Team 

Missions start at home, but it doesn’t end there.


Ekklēsía Iwigá is fortunate to be able to support many missionaries both locally and abroad. Please join us in prayer for their work for the Lord.

You may ask, "What is the job of a missionary?"  The great commission was given by Christ to the Church in Mark 16:15 was to '"go into all the world and preach the gospel." You may then ask "What is the Gospel?" Well, the Gospel is, click HERE.


Outreach helps the Exarchate understand that everything we are and do is evangelism and outreach. Maintains a system by which those who visit Iwigá's worship receive a timely response to their interest in our ministry, and we express our interest in having them join us. Design thoughtful ways to reach out to the people of our neighborhood and part of the Bay Area with the love that God has for them in Jesus.


Outreach Subcommittees: 

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Homebound

Purpose: To take the Holy Eucharist to members of our community and Parish who are unable to come to Mass.  There is a time commitment for participants of this ministry.  Training will be provided at a time to be arranged.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Hospital 

Purpose: To visit patients, offering prayer, comfort, and the gift of the Holy Eucharist. There is a consistent time commitment to this ministry. The Holy Communion Service includes a Penitential Rite, a short Scripture reading, the Our Father, the Hail Mary, Holy Communion, and a conclusion.

St. Francis of Assisi Joy Group

Purpose: To aid and console the grieving during a great time of need for individuals and family members. St. Francis of Assisi Joy Group is composed of several components, including the Consolation Listeners, Funeral Reception, Prayer Petitioners, and Sympathy Card Writers.


Ekklēsía Iwigá, INC. is a 501c3 IRS Tax Exempt Charitable Organization #82-1053983, a California non-profit organization that serves all without exception.

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