What is a Parishioner?
Parishioners who either live within the parish boundaries and/or have registered based on their weekly attendance at Sunday Mass make St. Dominic's their spiritual home. Parishioners have a right to the sacramental ministry of the parish, including funeral or memorial services, inurnment at The Columbarium, marriage, or having children receive the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, First Communion, and Confirmation). They are remembered in the daily prayers for the people (pro populo) and the benefactors of the church. They are included in all spiritual and educational events at the parish. They have the opportunity to participate in the ministry at the parish. They support the repair of the church and the Archbishop’s Annual Appeal. Parishioners are invited to participate in AutoCheck for weekly giving.
What is an Associate Member?
Many people come to St. Dominic's on a regular but infrequent basis. More often than not, they attend their own local parish. Yet some people wish to be associated with the St. Dominic's community. We have therefore created an associate status with certain rights and duties. They have the right to funeral or memorial services at St. Dominic's, and, with the written permission of their own pastor, to be married or to have their child baptized here. They are remembered in the daily prayers for our benefactors. They will be informed of major educational and spiritual events. They commit to supporting the repair of the church and the special appeals for the parish.
Register by Form
Just click on the link, print out the form, and mail it to the parish office.
Download registration form (PDF, 66 KB)
Mail completed forms to:
St. Dominic's Parish
Attn: Parishioner Registration
2390 Bush Street
San Francisco, CA 94115