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Service Opportunities

“When you do this for the least of my brothers and sisters, you do this for me.”  -Matthew 25-

Bishop Montgomery seeks to be in union with the mission of Jesus Christ making known the Kingdom of God in our midst and doing our part for the least of our brothers and sisters.   All of us, with the gifts and talents we possess, are called to make a contribution to the world.  Service is an intragual part of BMHS.  We see service as applying the education we receive.  There are many ways to make use of the talents and education we posses.  Therefore, each student is encouraged and supported to participate in various service projects.  Bishop Montgomery High School does not require specific service hours.  Rather, we provide numerous opportunities to put our “love into action” by following the example of Jesus. 

Campus Ministry regularly publishes service opportunities. A resource guide is available with up to date organizations in which to serve. (See link) BMHS has adopted families through Sister Margaret Farrell from Covenant House at Christmas time and Easter; we help Fr. Ken Deasy with  "Fr. Ken's Vineyard" which is a mission connected Haiti and Kenya Africa; we are involved with BIG SUNDAY facilitated throughout Los Angeles through Temple Israel of Hollywood. We encourage denim days to collect money for various charities and needs. We have can drives, Thanksgiving Dinner Drives,  Activity, Lenten Soup Bowl and more. Further each religion class chooses a service project specifically for their class. Our Concordia Club, Habitat Club, and Key Club also are vehicles and expressions of Bishop’s commitment to service. In all we seek to support and encourage Christian service and the mission of our school.

Service Opportunities


Tri Park Little League
Looking to gain some volunteer hours?  We are Tri Park Little League in Lawndale and we are looking for help in running our snack bar and umpiring. Tri Park is a volunteer, non-profit program so we can use all of the help that we can get.  Hours are mainly on Saturdays with a few weekdays available.  If interested, please contact Joe Podzimek (BMHS Class of 1995) at 310-675-1609 or email at podzie23@yahoo.com.  We will be needing help starting Feb 24th.  If interested in umpiring, we will be attending an umpire clinic toward the end of February.