The purpose and mission of the JCDA program is divided into a threefold program of
MESSAGE, SERVICE and COMMUNITY
and is based on 4 objectives and goals:
1. To promote the developement of the whole person through programs of self-identity, personal growth and peer group relationships;
2. To promote service to others in the parish, community and JCDA;
3. To encourage spiritual growth by providing opportunites for personal prayer, liturgy and ecumented understanding; and
4. To encourage programming that is creative, open, flexible, and current to the needs and concerns of a particular area.
The JCDA goals and objectives can be realized in many ways through varied activities.
The program is flexible and enables each court to use its resources and the talents of those involved to develop a program of interest to its membership.
Does JCDA sound like a place where you, or a young lady in your life, can find a place to make friends, practice the Catholic faith and live a life of service?
If so, join us!
Call Lorrie Holland - 623.512.1042 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas - Santa ChiaraWe meet monthly from September - May
on the 4th Saturday of the month (Check Calendar tab to confirm location, date, times)
11:30 - 2:30 p.m.
St. Clare of Assisi Parish Hall
17111 . Bell Road
Surprise, AZ 85374
The JCDA help the St. Vincent de Paul Conference of our parish with the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. Pictured in the front row, left to right is Suleyka Gonzalez, Dianna Garcis Medoza, Megan Gimnang, Violet Wahlund. Second row left to right Alexa Neis, Megan Barker, Lunden Brandt, and Ellie Wahlund.
JCDA at the Easter Cross outside St. Clare of Assisi Church. Pictured left to right front row is Hannah Synder, Alexa Neis, Deanna Garcia Mendoza, Suleyka Gonzalez, Megan Barker, Isabella Hoke, and Alicia Morris.
Megan Barker loading food for the 2018 Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Susan Moné, National Director installing the newly elected JCDA President, Isabella Hoke on the left and Vice President, Suleyka Gonzalez at 2018 Installation.