REGISTER



Becoming Catholic (RCIA)




Becoming Catholic (RCIA)

Thursdays, 6:30-9 p.m. in the John Paul II Rooms at the Church.

Becoming Catholic is the experience used at OLGC for adults interested in joining the Catholic Church. This experience is ideal for those who are not baptized, baptized in another faith, Catholics seeking the sacrament of the Eucharist or Confirmation and for Catholics seeking a review of their faith. Interested? Please e-mail Joe and Charlotte Csicsila HERE


Meals by Referral




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Meals are provided for an individual or family in need! Program guidelines are as follows:

  • Service includes one meal/day for weekdays only. Limit to 10 days total. Meal will include: main dish, vegetable, and dessert.
  • Allergies will be accommodated as much as possible. Severe gluten allergy will not be possible to serve.
  • 3-5 days notice is requested before meals will be needed.
  • Recipients will be notified of time of arrival and who is bringing the meal. An individual must be home to accept the meal.

Questions? Email Lee McDonagh at mcdonaghrd@wowway.com.

 

REGISTRATION / EVENT INFORMATION

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Child Care

The Child Care ministry exists to support families as they encounter, witness, and grow in their faith.  Child care is provided during one Mass per weekend as well as various Parish-sponsored programs and events.  Anyone high school-aged and older is welcome to volunteer and unleash the Gospel to the youngest members of our Church family.

Coffee & Donuts

We are always looking for help to serve parishioners after the 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Masses.  Individuals and families of all ages are welcome to sign up!

OLGC Lourdes Grotto Pavers

Sizes available: 6″ x 6″ | 6″ x 12″ | 12″ x 12″

Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish must approve all content submitted for inscription and will determine paver location within the Grotto.

Fundraising Form

Our Lady of Good Counsel Church has established a process and policy for fundraising requests at the Parish and School. OLGC fundraising efforts must respect the priorities of the parish and school as a whole. They must also honor the donors and the frequency they are called upon to donate. Placing specific projects in the context of the total institution is an exercise of good stewardship and community spirit.Your cooperation and support is essential for a successful fundraising process.

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