Service Opportunities

Why we serve

The Christian life is one of service to others and particularly to those in need. As the faithful we believe that serving others is not only an opportunity to live out the gifts of our faith, but to encounter the person of Christ. By entering into relationship with others we are reminded of our own need, our own reliance on God and the generosity we ourselves have received from others. The opportunities you will find here are provided to build and achieve relationships with those in our greater community.

The list provided is guided by the criteria given in the Corporal Works of Mercy to:

  • Feed the hungry
  • Give drink to the thirsty
  • Clothe the naked
  • Shelter the homeless
  • Visit the sick
  • Visit those in prison
  • Bury the dead.

Thank you for sharing your time and talent.

Making a difference

Delivering Food to the Hungry

To benefit: 
Sharing Ministry

A very dedicated team of drivers delivers all the goods that the parish donates to Sharing.  We are always looking to grow this group.   

Who: 
Opportunities for Families
Contact person: 
Lee Vandervest

Donations of Clothing and Household Goods

To benefit: 
Sharing Ministry

We accept donations year-round at the Sharing Room on our campus.  We are often overwhelmed by the outpouring of goods for the needy.

OLPH volunteers work many hours to sort, organize and coordinate pick-up and delivery of donations.  New volunteers are always welcome.  Choose a day/time that works best for you. 

Crews work Mondays at 7:00 a.m., Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m., Fridays at 7:00 a.m., Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. (team members self-schedule dates that work best), and Sundays from 8:00 – noon (drop-ins welcome).  

 

Who: 
Opportunities for Families
Contact person: 
Betty Collins

Pages

August Outdoor Mass at Historic Wagner Farm

The Parish Engagement Ministry Invites you to join us for an Outdoor Mass at Historic Wagner Farm

 

Sr. Paulanne's Needy Family Fund Donations

For over thirty years the Needy Family Fund, under the leadership of Sister Paulanne, has answered the call of those in our parish and community who are in financial crisis.

Congratulations Deacon Weiland!

Deacon Christopher Weiland radiated joy and love during the Diaconate Ordination at Holy Name Cathedral, Saturday, May 12.

Men's Renewal Weekend - November 16-17 2019

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