Formation of Servant Leaders

Jesus' message is to love your neighbor and serve your brothers and sisters. "Our love is not to be just words or mere talk, but something real and active." (1 Jn. 3:18)

Bellarmine graduates young men and women of competence, compassion and conscience, who are committed to leadership and service.

Faith In Formation: In the Faith in Formation program, junior and senior leaders train and commit to strengthening their own faith in Christ. Bellarmine leaders serve freshmen and sophomores in the spirit of Jesus. The students meet formally throughout the year in Community Period and conclude with the celebration of a class Mass. Contact Shannon Casey or Barbie Solbakken.  

Nativity House: Bellarmine students serve Nativity House providing meals once or twice each month to those living on our streets. Contact Frank Lewis & Mary Campbell.

Operation Keep 'Em Warm and Fed: Students weekly serve the homeless in downtown Tacoma on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from, 7:10-8:20 a.m. with breakfast and vitamins. Contact Julie Campbell.

Family Housing Network: Several weeks during the school year, students and parents provide food and shelter to homeless families through the Family Housing Network. Contact Robert Payne

Liturgical Ministry: Liturgical ministry offers students opportunities to serve others as liturgy planners, Eucharistic ministers, lectors, musicians and choir members at weekly and all-school liturgies. Applications are available in the spring for Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors on the Liturgies page. Contact  Annette Michalson for Eucharistic Minister questions and Rick Keller-Scholz for Lector questions. Contact Frank Lewis or Anita Emery about musicians and choir positions.

Retreat Service & Leadership: Leadership and service opportunities are available for juniors and seniors on the junior and senior retreats.