Serra Club of Indianapolis
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Annual Night of Rededication

What is it?  Why do we do it?

Each year, every Serran is asked to dedicate himself / herself to supporting vocations to the priesthood and religious life.  For most of us, we have done this in past years, so it is a rededication to the same mission each year.

By having an annual rededication ceremony, it causes us to pause and refocus.  This is necessary.  It gives us a chance to regenerate ourselves and renew our purpose.

This night is also the beginning of new leadership, as we install officers for the coming year.  While our budget and goals are on an Jan - Dec schedule, we change officers now so that they have a chance to get on board before each vice president is asked to set goals, objectives, and budget for the coming year.  

Please plan to rededicate yourself to this most important work.





The Serra Club of Indianapolis.
Chartered 1951
In support of:  Priests, Religious, & Seminarians
Within Serra, you will find: Fellowship, Spiritual Growth, & Catholic Education
Our Mission: The Serra Club of Indianapolis is a chartered club of Serra International, an organization of lay persons whose mission is to help foster, promote and support vocations to the priesthood and religious life and through this ministry, further our members' common Catholic faith. The Indianapolis club was founded in 1951 and has supported vocations in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis for more than 50 years. Pope John Paul II has called Serra "the Vocation Arm of the Church"