Societies & Associations

Stewardship Councilperson: Pat Barnett 

 

 

Wednesday Card Group

Timeline – Every Wednesday from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm at Elsie Steffen’s House

Contact - Office Manager (Deborah Tamburro)

Description - Members of the parish come together for a pot luck lunch and an afternoon of card playing and social time.

 

Altar Society - Contact Person: Vickie Bernsten

- Flower Committee

      Timeline – Every other weekend

      Contact – Debbie Pelz and Aggie Metzen

Description – This ministry arranges flowers in the Church for various feast days and liturgical seasons.

- Church Cleaning

      Timeline – Twice a year on rotation as announced in the bulletin

      Contact – Office Manager (Deborah Tamburro)

Description – Those parishioners both male and female that volunteer for this ministry are scheduled by the parish office manager to clean the Church twice a year on average. Cleaning can take place on Friday evenings (as long as there are no scheduled events) or Saturday mornings. Instructions are located in the east sacristy with cleaning supplies.

 

- Taste of Spring Breakfast Volunteer

      Timeline – Fourth Sunday of February

      Contact – Caroline Pauly

Description – Volunteers assist in planning, setting up, running and taking down this breakfast which raises funds for the care of the altar.

- Funeral Hospitality

      Timeline – As needed

      Contact – Gloria Bernsten and Sandy Youngers

Description – This ministry provides cookies for the funeral vigil and prepares meals and arranges the hall following the funeral service.

- Mission Society

      Timeline – As arranged

      Contact – Monica Maus

Description – The Mission Society hand makes quilts and blankets to provide for the needs of the underprivileged and to raise money for different charitable organizations. 

 

 

Daughters of Isabella

 

Timeline – Meets third Tuesday of each month

 

Contact – Betty Buhrman

 

Description – A charitable organization of Catholic women founded on Unity, Friendship, and Charity. They come together to uphold the teachings of the Catholic Church, bringing spiritual benefits to their members. They are called by faith to serve, inspired and challenged to do God’s work by supporting vocations and working for respect for life from conception to natural death.

 

 

Knights of Columbus

 

Timeline – Meets monthly

 

Contact – Grand Knight (Norman Zeller)

 

Description – As a Knight, you have the opportunity to transform your life, support your parish, give back to your community, grow in your faith, and gain exclusive access to our top-rated insurance program to protect your family. The Knights are a band of brothers, a network of men doing good in the service of God and their neighbor.