A Catholic Community to Call Home
St. Mary Parish | Appleton, WI

Core Committee: Adult parishioners are needed to help coordinate projects providing aid to those in need in our parish, family, and local community (ie. Needs Tree, school supply collection, recycling, etc.). Meets the third Tuesday of the month August-May.

B.A.G. Weekend: Hand out bags to parishioners the last weekend of October with a list of personal care items attached for St. Joseph’s Food Pantry. The first weekend of November help load the filled bags onto the Food Pantry truck.

Twinning (Sister Parish) project: This group assist in collections or projects (pizza making/selling) for outreach to meet the material (personal care items) and spiritual needs of our Twinning parishes in Alabama to fulfill our yearly covenant agreement.

Matthew 25: Studies the needs of the poor locally, nationally, and globally to share financial donations of our parishioners. Meets 6:30 p.m. on the first Monday of the of the month.

Warming Shelter: Hands-on ministry provides food, does set-up, serves and clean-up or assist with hospitality August 1-5.

Tootsie Roll Sale: Assist to sell Tootsie Rolls after Masses one weekend in April, May, or June. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus with proceeds to benefit citizens with cognitive disabilities.

Pierce Property Project: Date to be determined to volunteer for the Habitat Build project on the corner of Spencer and Pierce streets in Appleton.

Rehab Project: Future date to be determined for volunteer opportunities for a Habitat project on Spencer Street.