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The Serra Club for Vocations, Northern Kentucky, holds two meetings per month.  On the first Tuesday of the month, the club meets at The Colonial Cottage on Dixie Highway for a business meeting.  This meeting begins with breakfast at 7:30 A.M. and the business meeting runs from 8:00 - 9:00 A.M.  On the third Tuesday of the month, the club meets at Thomas More College at Noon (assembly begins at 11:45).  Lunch is served and the club hears from a speaker at these meetings, which promptly adjourn at 1:00 P.M.


Servers’ Awards - Each Spring the Serra Club invites all dedicated 7th grade altar servers to a special recognition ceremony where they are recognized for their service, and each server is awarded a crucifix to be worn at the altar while serving.

College Connection Program – Serra Club members work to gather information on high school seniors to put seniors in touch with college campus ministers at the college attended by individual seniors upon their graduation.

Golf Outing – An annual golf outing raises money for support of other activities throughout the year.

Religious Orders Feast Day Celebration – Serra Club provides a special recognition for each of the major orders for their Feast Day Celebrations.

Seminarian Support – Each summer Club members host a cookout for seminarians. Annually, each of our diocesan seminarians receives a financial gift from the Serra Club, and Serra members correspond with Seminarians in a one-on-one program.

Priest Appreciation Dinner - Serra Club for Vocations, Northern Kentucky, hosts a dinner party with door prizes for all the active and retired priests in the Covington Diocese.

Birthday/Anniversary Cards - Birthday & Jubilee cards are sent to all priests, brothers and deacons in the Covington Diocese. Anniversary cards are also sent to the sisters of our Diocese on major anniversaries of their final vows.


Communications - To encourage and develop active, involved, open and effective communications with fellow members, priests and religious. To promote club activities within the local community through press releases and other media.

Membership - To actively strengthen the club with new, enthusiastic members, and retain current members by establishing a comprehensive membership program. Other duties include encouraging attendance and maintaining the club roster.

Programs - To develop and encourage study and discussion on the apostolate of the laity, programs for reaching younger lay Catholics, and by providing a resource for program materials. Guest speakers address the Club at the second meeting (lunch) of the month.

Vocations – To establish a comprehensive vocation program through joint efforts of the Bishop, Vocation Directors, and Priests, Religious, Serrans, and other lay persons.


Annual Dues:

$200 (invoiced semi-annually at $100)


Dues Discount:

Priests, Sisters & Brothers:






New members 1st Year Dues:



Spouse of existing member:



Members under age 30



Members under age 35


Assessments: Lay persons & Deacons may be assessed the actual cost for
attendance at events such as Annual Priest Appreciation
Dinner and the Annual Officer Installation Dinner.

Read more about our Patron, Blessed Junipero Serra here.

Read more about the history of Serra Clubs International here

Read more about the Serra Club for Vocations, Northern Kentucky by clicking here.