“As followers of Jesus Christ, we will act in service to sustain and grow our Church Parish according to the will of God.”
Membership: All males over the age of 18 are welcome to become a member of our Fellowship and participate in all meetings, activities, and discussions. Voting is only open to those members who have received the Sacrament of Confirmation in the Catholic Church. Regular meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, starting at 5:30, with dinner to follow.
Eight core values and beliefs of Our Lady of Tahoe Men’s Fellowship
1. Be a Man for Jesus
We surrender ourselves to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. We honor Him through the rich sacramental life of the Church and obedience to God’s Word as revealed in Sacred Scripture and articulated by the living Tradition of the
2. Be a Man for Others
We reach out, creating vital relationships with other men, recognizing the need for support and accountability in keeping our commitment to Christ and the Church.
3. Be a Man of Integrity
We strive daily to live out the moral demands of Christian faith and the call to be men of integrity.
4. Be a Man of Forgiveness and Discipline
We strengthen our families and relationships through forgiveness and love as called for by the Scriptures.
5. Be a Man of Prayer and Responsibility
We encourage one another to be men of prayer. We pray daily for others. We give God praise and thanksgiving as we prayerfully seek to discern God’s will for our lives.
6. Be a Man of Humility and Love
We reach out beyond all racial, cultural, and denominational barriers to men and women of all ages and walks of life, demonstrating the power of unity in Christ and the Church.
7. Be a Man on a Mission
We commit ourselves to changing the world by proclaiming the Gospel through a lifestyle and public witness that embodies Jesus: we build up “The Body of Christ”.
8. Be a Participant on our Mission
We commit ourselves to participate in events and activities that share our Fellowship and Parish.
Interim President – Curt Emrie
Secretary – John Guastella
Treasurer – Mike Depasquale