Social Ministries


Faith-based group that meets once a week in the Parish Center for prayer and support. Participants range from those who are going through various stages of treatment to those who have been cancer-free for years. Meets on Fridays at 10 a.m. in the Parish Center. Group also does lunch dates, arts & crafts, and other activities. Contact Barb Whitman at


Join us after after 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday Masses in Hartmann Hall or coffee, juice and donuts. Enjoy fellowship with parishioners both new and old. To volunteer to serve contact Gary Simon at


All parishioners over the age of 50 are invited to the Dine and Wine potluck group that meets on the third Sunday of each month in the Davis Narthex. Those who attend enjoy lively conversation and a great meal with new and "old" friends. Holidays are celebrated including Octoberfest, which is celebrated in September on the farm of Bob and Sue Kreienkamp.

Appetizers are served at 4:30 p.m. and the meal begins at 5:30 p.m.
Suggestions for what to bring are listed in the bulletin on the weekend prior to and the weekend of Wine and Dine.

For questions about Dine and Wine contact chairwoman Marcia Benner at


Join us for Family Rosary Group. The group meets monthly, typically the first Friday of the month, to pray the rosary and offer prayer intentions in a home setting. All parishioners, families, married (with or without children) or singles are encouraged to attend. During Lent, we will also attend the weekly Stations of the Cross meditation at St. Aloysius Church as we are able.

Please call or email to express your interest to attend and get directions to our next gathering. For more information email Tom Konecny at


Started in 2019, this group meets to do charitable sewing.  Projects include creating wheelchair bags, walker caddies, and lap blankets for residents of local nursing homes, and sewing baby quilts and receiving blankets for pregnancy centers.

The group meets once a month on the third Thursday at 6 p.m. in Clare Hall. One month the group cuts out fabric; the next it constructs the items on sewing machines the members bring. Not all members are expert seamstresses. Some are new to sewing, and the group always needs members willing to iron or tie quilt fronts and backs together. Members teach each other skills, and fellowship develops along the way.

If you’d like to support the group but your talents don’t lie in stitching, please consider donating. The sewing ministry can always use light-  and medium-weight cotton fabric or cash donations. For more information, contact Ann Avina at


Potluck social for young families, couples, and singles age 50 or younger.  Meets in the Narthex & Gym on the second Sunday of each month for food and family-friendly fun! For more information, contact Michael Ginnetti  419-352-4195.