50+ Club

The Gesu 50+ Club is open to all members of the parish but is most popular with seniors. Monthly events are held from September-May and include luncheons, dinners, and bus trips during the year. Email Jane and Dale Lewis at and Micki Maniscalco at for more information.

Boy Scouts

Boy Scouts of America Troop 620 has been an established troop in Gesu Church since 1960. Membership is open to all boys of the parish who are ten years of age or older and have completed the 5th grade. To learn more, email Brett Young at

Cub Scouts 

Membership in Cub Scout Pack 620 is open to all boys of the parish in Grades 1 through 5. The objectives of the group are citizenship training, character development and personal fitness. For more information, email Steve Moylan at

Funeral Receptions

Following a funeral at Gesu, a reception may be held in McAuley Hall if the family requests it. Volunteers from the parish prepare and serve a warm meal for the family and their friends. The committee welcomes anyone willing to assist in this ministry by either preparing a dish at home, or baking, or by helping to serve the day of the funeral. Email Fr. Michael Vincent, SJ at for more information.

Girl Scouts

The Girls Scouts of the USA program is open to all girls of Gesu Church from Kindergarten through high school. Email Melissa Hensel at for more information.

Hospitality Committee

The Gesu Hospitality Committee offers the opportunity to help out at Parish events as your schedule permits. Please call to have your name added to our volunteer list and we will contact you as events are scheduled to see if you can help. Each event is unique so your responsibilities may vary from event to event. Email Suzanne Panichi at for more information.

Knights of Columbus

The Heights Council of the Knights of Columbus is a fraternity of Catholic gentlemen devoted to supporting Gesu Parish through acts of charity, financial support, and community outreach. Email Vance Minter at for more information.

New Parishioner Welcoming Committee

The New Parishioner Welcoming Committee has the goal of welcoming and informing new parishioners to help them meet others and introduce them to the Parish and its various organizations and opportunities. Email Mary Gorman at for more information.

Women’s Guild

All women of the parish are members of Gesu Women’s Guild. This dynamic group of women provides service to our parish, hosts opportunities for prayerful reflection, and hosts two major fund-raising events that provide an opportunity for the women of the parish to socialize. Email Karen Horn at or Amy Lloyd at for more information.

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Young Families

Gesu Young Families is for parishioners with children from birth to age 5 (or Kindergarten). The purpose of the group is to provide interesting, fun and helpful activities for parents and children. During the year, various social, spiritual, recreational, and community service opportunities are offered, including playgroups. Email Karen Horn at for more information.