Holy Family welcomes new members. To register as a parishioner, please contact the parish office at 816-436-9200, Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit this page.
It is important that Holy Family has a complete record of your family’s sacramental history upon registration. These records are necessary for further sacramental formation, as well as to verify eligibility of baptism and/or confirmation sponsors.
Please notify the parish office if you have a name, address or contact information change, family addition or other correction to your parish information record. In addition, we ask you to notify the office if you are leaving the parish, so we may keep our records current. Contact Mike Jaromin, administrative assistant, at email@example.com.
Begin at the junction of I-29 and I-435 on the west, south on I-29 to Highway 152, east on Highway 152 to the Clay-Platte County line (North Platte Purchase Road), south on the county line to Barry Road, east on Barry Road to North Indiana, south on North Indiana to Highway 152, east on Highway 152 to I-435, north and west along I-435 to I-29.
Holy Family Parish believes stewardship is a way of life. As a parish, we need to strive to be better disciples of Christ; supporting and nurturing one another. As caretakers of God’s spiritual and worldly blessings, we show our gratitude by sharing our time, talent and treasure with our family, our community and our parish. We strive toward the biblical tithe of 10 percent, giving our time, talent and treasure back to God: six percent to our parish, one percent to our diocese and three percent to other worthy causes. Each one of us is called to discern what we can give back of ourselves, remembering everything we have and everything we are is a gift from God.
For information on sacraments at Holy Family, go to the menu “Worship and Sacraments” and click on the appropriate sacrament.
The following may use the Holy Family Parish Hall at no cost, but donations to defray utility expenses are requested of non-parish organizations:
• Recognized parish organizations/event
• Diocesan groups with pastor’s approval
• Local neighborhood associations with pastor’s approval
• City and county government agencies for public meetings
The hall is available for rent by registered, active, tithing parishioners for private family celebrations, such as receptions, anniversary parties, birthday celebrations, showers, etc., with the pastor’s approval for a fee.
The parish hall is not available for:
• Political rallies or candidates
• Rental by non-parishioners
• Commercial purposes
Reservations: Contact business manager Marie Relic at 436-9200, ext. 21, for availability. Parish events receive priority scheduling. The hall will be available for rental functions after parish needs are met and the annual parish calendar is complete. It will not be reserved until rental agreement is completed and returned with damage deposit. The rental fee is due and payable two weeks prior to the event. Rental agreements will not be made more than one year before the event.
Rental Fees: $250, 1-2 hours; $375, 3 hours; $500, 4 or more hours.
Liability Insurance: Must be purchased. See “Insurance Coverage” below.
Damage Deposit: A damage deposit of $100 is required upon completion and return of rental agreement. It may be refunded in whole or in part, depending on the hall’s condition after use, as assessed by the business manager, and approved by the business manager and pastor. The renter agrees to pay for any property damage over and above the assigned fees.
Accommodations: The parish agrees to provide the hall in clean condition with tables and chairs. Occupancy is 300 with chairs only or 250 with chairs
and round tables. Larger groups cannot be accommodated. Setup will be provided if the parish office is notified of the configuration a week prior to the event.
The parish does not provide kitchen utensils, tableware, table covers, dishcloths, towels or dishwashing detergent. The parish allows use of coolers, ice machine, refrigerator, freezer, coffee pots, coffee urns, stove, ovens and warming units. Use of the deep-fat fryers is prohibited. Leftover food must be removed from the premises at the conclusion.
Cleanup: Renter will be responsible for wet mopping any spills, dust mopping the hall and wiping tables and chairs. Trash cans are to be moved to the east kitchen doors. Trash can liners are to be removed from cans, tied and placed outside the kitchen doors on the concrete. Trash can liners should not be overfilled, making them too heavy to be lifted into the dumpster.
Renter is also responsible for kitchen cleanup. Countertops, sinks, ovens, microwaves, appliances and any other items used for food preparation and service are to be cleaned and returned to their storage area. Kitchen floor should be swept and mopped.
Renter is responsible for removing all decorations on day of event.
Proper cleanup is critical to receive deposit refund.
Setup and Deliveries: Renters have hall access for setup before the event. Access should be coordinated with the business manager or maintenance supervisor. Decorations shall be reviewed by business manager. No decorations may be taped, tacked or otherwise attached to walls, windows or hung from the ceiling. Violation of this rule and any damage caused by decoration removal will result in forfeiture of $100 damage deposit. Deliveries should be scheduled when the renter has hall access.
Items for the event should not be scheduled for delivery prior to time renter has hall access. Renter should be present for all setup, deliveries and should act as supervisor to any catering staff. Parish staff is not available to accept deliveries.
Saturday Events: The hall is not available during Masses or other liturgies. On Saturday afternoons, the event must end, with premises vacated, by 4 p.m. For Saturday evening events, the hall will not be available for occupancy prior to the end of 5 p.m. Mass. Renters will be allowed into the hall for setup and decorating earlier in the day. A 7 p.m. start for Saturday evening events is preferred. All evening events must end and premises vacated by midnight.
Alcoholic Beverages: Holy Family expects renters to be vigilant about alcohol abuse. Sale of alcoholic beverages is expressly prohibited, including money given as a donation. No alcoholic beverage is to be served to minors. Renters are expected to be vigilant about alcohol abuse.
Insurance Coverage: Diocesan policy requires that any person or group sponsoring a private party on parish property obtain “special event coverage” liability insurance. Coverage can be obtained from Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services for $125. Coverage must be obtained at least 15 days prior to the event.
Smoking: No smoking is allowed in parish buildings.