May the flame of the Spirit fill our hearts and lead us to serve in our parish ministries!
Each of us gifted by God with unique talents, skills, abilities, interests and life experiences. Volunteering these gifts in our parish ministries helps us carry out and live our mission of Making Jesus Christ Known and Loved. Please explore the links below and learn more about the wide variety of ministries and volunteer opportunities offered by Nativity of Mary Catholic Church & School. We invite you to to consider where God might be calling you to be of service.
Faith Formation Ministries
Nativity of Mary School
Pastoral Care Ministries
Pastoral Care Ministries
Angle Tree - Assist in implementing "gift giving" through the Angel Tree and the organizations we support at Christmas time. To learn more, please contact Vicki Gran.
Care Center Ministry - Lead or assist at Scripture/Communion services. Provide Eucharistic visits to Catholic residents in assigned care centers once a month. To learn more, please contact Charles Fritzen.
Funeral Lunch Ministry - Coordinate or call for one month. Volunteer to call for workers or food donations; volunteer to bring food or serve luncheon, set up or clean up. To learn more, please contact Erin Dobesh.
Grief Care Support - Provide compassion and support to persons who have experienced the death of a loved one, grief and/or loss. To learn more, please contact Marilyn Gottas.
Eucharistic Ministry to the Homebound - Trained parishioners share the Word of God and the Eucharist with persons who are unable to join the community in Sunday worship because of illness or other impediment. To learn more, please contact Jan Murray.
Hospital Ministry - Compassionate caring people who visit hospitalized parishioners. To learn more, please contact Bobbie McLaughlin.
Prayer Chain - The Prayer Chain is a telephone network of volunteer parishioners who pray daily for the needs of others. an assigned Prayer Chain person is responsible to call the volunteers on his/her list with the prayer requests they have received. Requests for prayers may be made by calling the Parish Office or one of the Prayer Chain callers. To learn more, please contact Kassy Lanman.
Senior Correspondence - Writing to homebound seniors on a monthly basis. To learn more, please contact Bobbi Sliwinski or Pat Olive.
Stephen Ministry - Trained lay people provide Christ-like care through one-on-one relationships with parishioners who are hurting and/or are in need of loving support. To learn more, please contact Jim Eddleston.