OFFERING HOPE, SUPPORT, AND SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE
We offer confidential meetings with Father Ron, Deacon Dave or Deacon Bruce for those requesting support for a variety of needs such as family or health, death or crisis, addiction or recovery, job loss or financial concerns.
MINISTRY OF THE SICK
Times of illness are stressful. We will gladly visit with you at your home, in a nursing home/assisted living or hospital visits. Please notify us of your desire for prayers, visits, Holy Communion, Anointing of the Sick or other needs. You may contact the parish office at (920) 788-9061 or Deacon Bruce at (920) 428-9283.
You may also complete a Care Ministry Contact Form at the Information Desk in the Gathering Space. Once we receive the message, we will then send a friendly face from the parish!
If you are interested in becoming a care minister for either the homebound, assisted living or parishioners at the hospitals; please contact the parish office at (920) 788-9061 to register as we will be assembling informational packets.
Located in church, this volunteer-run operation serves over 150 adults and children. Wicker baskets are at all church entrances for donations of personal, seasonal garden or non-perishable food items. If you have questions, would like to volunteer or are in need of services of the Food Pantry, please call (920) 419-8270.
BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING
Parish nurses are available on the same Sunday as fellowship Sunday, or first Sunday of the month, from 9-10am in the Msgr. Jim room, September through May.
COLLEGE CARE PACKAGES
Once a year in February/March, the Connection Team puts together care packages that are mailed to students away at college. You may send your student’s name and information to the church office. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and can be dropped off at the church office as well.
St. John Nepomucene Catholic Community has support groups for those with a variety of needs including the loss of a family member, health concerns, imprisonment, addictions or recoveries. Click here for more information on the various support groups.