Our social ministries are the sign of hospitality and fellowship at St. Teresa’s. If you are interested in any of the opportunities listed below contact the parish secretary Barb Walkauskas at bwalkauskas@avilaparish.org or 412.367.9001 and she will connect you with the appropriate coordinator.

Athletic Association
The Association helps fund all of the sports teams and provides guidance and governance over the sports programs. It strives to provide an opportunity for all of our students to participate in athletic events. Coordinator: Chris Yakim

Bingo Association
Bingo is held every Thursday in Henninger Hall Auditorium from 7-10:30 pm and the funds raised benefit the Parish and school. Volunteers are needs to register guests, run the Bingo kitchen, and assist throughout the evening. Coordinator: Mike Geyer 

Card-A-Rama
Card-A-Rama provides an opportunity for ladies of the parish and community to enjoy fellowship with like-minded women in friendly competition by playing 500 or Bridge. We have a dues fee of $15.00 per year, which benefits the parish. In May, we have a final round of play with a combined luncheon of the bridge and 500 groups. Coordinator: Sandy Csikari

Hospitality Sunday
Hospitality Sunday is a time to get together with old friends and to meet new parish members.  One Sunday a month, coffee, juice, and donuts are served after the 8 AM and 10 PM Masses in order to bring the parish family together. Volunteers assist in set-up, serving, and clean-up. Coordinator: Marie E. Jaklic

Lenten Fish Fry
The Lenten Fish Fry takes place every Friday during the season of Lent. Many volunteers are needed to run the Fish Fry, in roles such as food prep, cooks, servers, take-out, bussers, cashiers, and clean-up. Funds raised support the parish. Coordinator: Dan McSorley

Parish Festival and Flea Market
The week-long event includes nightly theme dinners and entertainment, a huge flea market, game booths, Bingo, Chinese Auction, prayer corner, bake sale and amusement park rides. Volunteers are critically needed in all ways throughout the week, from food service, to booth runners, bingo, and games. The flea market depends on volunteers to help sort, price, sell, and check-out items. Proceeds benefit the General Church Fund, the Angel Fund, and The Parish School Fund. Coordinator: Jay Kerr