Pastoral Ministry

Pastoral Ministry brings Christ's compassion to people in emotional, mental, physical and spiritual need, as well as helping others to recognize their gifts and empowering them to use these gifts in the service of others.

Pastoral Ministry Stewardship Opportunities

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Care and the love of knitting (and crocheting) have been combined into a prayerful ministry that reaches out to those in need of comfort and solace. Prayer Shawl Group meets on the second Thursday of each month from 1:00 to 2:00 pm in the Parish Office.

Prayer Tree

Parishioners are called to pray for special intentions that have been requested.

Sacred Heart Ministry

On the first Friday of every month members of the parish community take Holy Communion to parishioners who are homebound, in nursing homes and assisted living homes.

Care Ministry

Care Ministry is a Catholic program, sponsored by the Diocese of Green Bay that expands the pastoral care dimension offered by the church. Care Ministers actively bring the love of God into people's lives by providing a listening presence and care to those who are facing a time of crisis, trauma, or personal loss.

Nursing Home Ministry

Parishioners lead prayer services and take Holy Communion to residents in area nursing homes and assisted living homes.

Hospital Ministry

Two opportunities are available: 1. Take Holy Communion to patients throughout the hospital (usually one Sunday a month), 2. Visit parishioners who are in the hospital.

If you are interested in becoming involved or would like more information, please complete the contact form below.

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