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St. Mary Parish | Appleton, WI

Classroom education for grades K-11, offered Wednesday evenings; two sessions: 4:30-5:40 p.m. OR 6:30-7:40 p.m., September to April. Contact IPRF at: www.inter-parish.org.

Inter-parish Religious Formation Board (IPRF): Pastor, designated staff members and appointed parishioners from St. Mary and St. Joseph parishes establish policies and monitor the program which serves children from both parishes in grades K-12 who attend public school. This Board also coordinates sacramental programs for all students K-12. Meets every other month.

Catechist and Subs: Present a weekly lesson to young people: Wednesdays, 4:30-5:40 p.m. OR 6:30-7:40 p.m. Training is provided.

Special Needs Catechist Grade K-5: Training is provided.

Catechist Aide K-8 and /or Prayer Helper: Training is provided.

Babysitters: Provide child care during Wednesday night Religious Education classes. Training is provided.

Hall Monitor or Parking Lot Monitor: Ensures the safety of children and directs traffic through designated entrances/exits of the parking lots of both parishes. Training is provided.

Office Volunteers: Assist staff with various tasks. Training is provided.

Artist: Use your talents to make cards, posters, bulletin boards, or other craft items.

Baking: Provide two dozen cookies/bars for special events throughout the year.

Musicians: Use your musical talents by playing an instrument, singing, or accompanying others.