Council of Catholic Women


The St. Francis Xavier Council of Catholic Women (SFX CCW) supports, empowers and educates women of our Parish in spirituality, leadership and service. CCW programs respond with gospel values to the needs of the Church, our parish, and our community.

If you would like to:

  • Grow spiritually, enriching your faith
  • Understand Catholic social teaching
  • Advocate for a culture of life and social justice
  • Form lasting friendships
  • Get involved... Then CCW is for you!

CCW is open to all women of our parish! CCW offers many opportunities to support our Church, our local community, and our families. You can become deeply involved or choose among those activities that interest and reward you the most.

Please join us!

Meetings are held September through May... • first Monday of each month (unless otherwise posted) • 6:00 p.m. in Xavier Parish Hall. Please join us at any meeting. If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Rose Browning, President through church Office at (912) 265-3249.


About The Church

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church

The beginnings of the Church in this area of coastal Georgia date back some four hundred years, long before Oglethorpe established himself at Frederica. From 1566-1742 Spanish missionaries labored, suffered, and were martyred in this locality for the cause of the faith. In 1791 the island of Jekyll was purchased by the du Bignon family. From time to time the head of this family arranged to have a visiting priest celebrate Mass for his family and his slaves.

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SUNDAY 8:30 AM / 11 AM
6:00 PM (Spanish)

Daily Mass Info