St. Dominic Catholic Church

2002 Merton Ave | Los Angeles, CA 90041 | (323) 254-2519

Family and Friends of

Persons with Disabilities

Our Mission

To accept, include, and support all persons with disabilities and their families by working towards their full inclusion and participation in all aspects of spiritual formation and development; including but not limited to the preparation of the Mass, Sacraments, and all other parish community activities.

Join Us!

Wednesday September 20, 2023



Every 3rd Wednesday of the month.
7pm - 9pm at the Community Center
St. Dominic Catholic Church


Emma Guanlao (323) 472-0877
Connie Guerrero (323) 350-4750
Annette Manning (323) 219-3613

New Meeting Site & Mass!

Beginning this fall 2023, Family and Friends of Persons with Disabilities will be meeting at the Fr. Paul Scanlon Community Center, in the lower hall. The Community Center is located on the corner of Caspar Ave. and Chickasaw Ave. with a gated parking entrance on Caspar Avenue across from the Eagle Rock Public Library.

This September, FFPD will begin participating at the 9 o'clock Mass on the third Sunday of the month at St. Dominic Church. For more information please contact the ministry leaders or parish office. Accessible ​​​​​​parking and bathrooms are available to parishioners and guests during Mass and meeting times.


Goals & Objectives

  • Monthly information and resource sharing
  • Parent to parent outreach and support
  • Increase parish community awareness
  • Distribute educational literature and materials
  • Provide workshops and educational opportunities
  • Provide guest speakers
  • Serve as a liaison between parish and families
  • Provide accessible and welcoming environment

Current Events


Family and Friends of Persons with Disabilities

Saint Dominic Catholic Church





Sunday September 17, 2023

9 am  •  Mass in the church


Please join us in support of the ministry for
Family and Friends of Persons with Disabilities
at Mass at St. Dominic Church




"But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind and you will be blessed, because they cannot repay you, for you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.”

- Luke 14: 13-14