Volunteer Opportunities

Helping Hearts, Helping Hands

The new ministry at St. Patrick Parish aims to connect any volunteers who have skills and a desire to serve with fellow St. Patrick members who have a need. The services of this ministry will be provided without charge in an atmosphere of mutual respect and blessing.

Welcoming Ministry

Welcoming new parishioners and helping them to feel a part of the St. Patrick family.

Hands of Service

Providing St. Patrick family members with assistance around the house, yard, and other various projects.

 

Grief Ministry

Supporting St. Patrick family members when they have experienced a loss.

Ministry to the Sick & Homebound

Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion take Communion and the Word of God, weekly or monthly, to those who are unable to attend Mass.  Many of our brothers and sisters are unable to be with us as we celebrate the Eucharist each Sunday because they are recovering from illness, are homebound due to disability, or are permanent residents  in area nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Please contact the parish office if you know of a parish member that is unable to attend Mass.

Funeral Luncheon Committee

This ministry provides the gift of food and comfort to our parish families grieving the loss of a loved one.  Members arrange luncheons for the mourners following funeral liturgies held at St. Patrick.  Please consider volunteering as a team leader, caller, worker, or to provide a food dish to be served at a luncheon.

Peace & Justice Committee

The Peace & Justice Committee serves as a vehicle to enhance the parish’s desire to be Christ to the world.

The committee helps the parish to develop and support leadership in social ministry, create partnerships with Catholic social agencies and the wider church, strengthen its linkages to other faith communities and the larger civic community. 

Ongoing Projects

Baby Pantry of Lowell Support

Flat River Outreach Ministries Support

Food Collections for area food pantries

Habitat for Humanity

Helping Hearts, Helping Hands

Migrant Assistance and Support

Military and Armed Forces Support

North Kent Connect Support

Parish Garden

Prison/Jail Ministry

Refugee Resettlement

Respect Life Committee

To inquire about any of these opportunities, contact the Parish Office, 

secretary@spparnell.org, (616) 691-8541.

ST. PATRICK

PARISH

ST. PATRICK PARISH,  4351 Parnell Ave NE Ada, MI 49301  |  Tel: 616-691-8541 

Parish Office Hours: Tues - Fri: 8:30am-4:30pm

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