Those among us who are sick, homebound, disabled, elderly or who find themselves in personal or family crisis situations are a special concern to St. Mary’s Parish.
Various networks have been established in the parish to address the pastoral needs of our people. Check out the ministries below to learn more about our pastoral ministries.
Elizabeth Ministry is an outreach to families in special time of parenthood. The purpose is to affirm, support, encourage and assist women and their spouses in response to their needs during childbearing years. Contact Geri Roskopf at [email protected] or (262-255-1494) for more information.
Grief and Loss Ministry If you have experienced the death of a loved one, please know that we are there to support you. Please contact Fr. Andrew Linn at [email protected]
If you would like to receive Holy Communion in your home, please contact Fr. Andrew Linn at [email protected] He will arrange a visit with you.
Please let the parish office know if you or a loved one will be hospitalized. Only then can someone from our pastoral staff come to visit. Call the Parish Office 262/251-0220 or contact us via e-mail at [email protected].
Nursing Home or Assisted Living Situations
If your loved one is in an assisted living, retirement center or a nursing home, and you would like someone from the parish to visit, please contact the parish office 262-251-0220
Prayer and Bible Study Groups
Several groups are active within the parish and homes of parishioners. To become part of an existing group or to be a new group, contact Ken or Nancy Wildt at [email protected].
We have a faithful group of parishioners who regularly pray for the needs of others. If you have a prayer request you would like others to share, please contact our Prayer Network Coordinator, Mrs. Shirley Zuzick at [email protected].
Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP)
This society serves those in need regardless of creed, ethnic or social background, health, gender, or political opinions. Based on 2015 census data roughly 3.75% or 1,300 Menomonee Falls residents live below the poverty line. Of those 1,300 residents, the largest demographic living in poverty are females 75 years and older. Please join in the efforts to help those in need by supporting St. Mary’s SVDP chapter.