Women’s Small Group – Daytime

Women’s Small Group – Daytime

Trina Mulrain

I have been a lifetime member of St. Pius parish – I can remember back to when Mass took place in the old school.
I look forward to meeting you and embarking on this exciting journey! See more.

Beverly Johnson

I have lived in Brantford and in St. Pius parish only since last September. I have lived in this area since 1975, and feel blessed to live close to my daughter and son and their families, including six grandchildren. I am really looking forward to being part of a Small Group – sharing time and prayer, and growing in faith together. See more.

This Small Group is perfect for women looking to deepen their faith and connect with others. Trina and Bev lead this Group, which will meet during a weekday morning or afternoon. They’re excited to take this journey with you! Sign up below, and someone will be in touch with you soon!

Unfortunately this group is full. Please consider signing up for a different Small Group.

Trina Mulrain

I have been a lifetime member of St. Pius parish – I can remember back to when Mass took place in the old school.
I’m currently active as a member of the Association of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Mother of Christ, in the Catholic Women’s League, and part of the prayer cenacle group which meets on Tuesdays. I look forward to meeting you and embarking on this exciting journey!

Beverly Johnson

My name is Bev Johnson, and I have lived in Brantford and in St. Pius parish only since last September. I have, however, a much longer association with the city, having taught in the Religion Department at St. John’s College, and as teacher-librarian at Assumption College for a total of almost 30 years. I have been retired since 2012.

I was born on Cape Breton Island, but as the only child of a member of our Armed Forces, have called a number of places home. I have lived in this area since 1975, and feel blessed to live close to my daughter and son and their families, including six grandchildren.

During my 45 years at my previous parish, St. Patrick’s in Caledonia, I had the privilege of serving in a number of ministries, including sharing in many faith journeys over a wonderful 25+ years as catechist in the RCIA program.

I already feel part of this parish, and am really looking forward to being part of a Small Group again – sharing time and prayer, and growing in faith together.