This ministry was established to provide rosaries to missions both local and worldwide. Working sessions are conducted the 3rd Saturday of each month, from 9:30 - 12:00 noon in St. Ignatius Hall. Supplies are provided by the church. In addition to the mission rosaries, the ministry provides rosaries for the parish during the months of May and October, as well as for Baptisms, First Communion, and Confirmation. New members of the church receive one of the rosaries as a part of the welcome packet. A map is displayed in St. Ignatius Hall showing areas of the world to which the ministry has provided rosaries. New members are always welcome!
Contact: Kathy Torres Email: KAMLJ54@aol.com or 781-0393
Contact: Anne Newell Phone: 781-6448
The HUB is an interfaith ministry that serves the Chapin community. Our Lady of the Lake supports the tutoring programs on Monday and Wednesday. After school, the students arrive by bus. They are served a meal, are helped with homework, and play if there is additional time. Supplies for school include pencils, papers, backpacks and even refurbished computers are provided.
Contact: Chris Christopher Phone: 345-9533
The Prayer Line
The Prayer Line is a network of parishioners willing to pray for others. The people they pray for may be in a crisis or just people that need additional prayers. They may be dealing with surgery, sickness, or other difficult times. The intentions are prayed for daily by the Prayer Line. “Our duty is not to see through one another, but to see one another through. Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2
Contact: NEED COORDINATOR
The Young Craftsmen
The Young Craftsmen is a volunteer program that provides an opportunity for our parishioners to teach wood working skills to teenagers who are serving sentences at the state juvenile detention center. While learning basic wood working skills, these kids, more importantly are also building communication skills and self-esteem. Currently, we are making Adirondack chairs. After expenses, profits from their sale helps to pay for the youths’ GED testing or restitution.
Contact: Don Tyler Phone: 447-3367
Threads of Love
Threads of Love is a national Christian ministry which strives to show the love of Christ to parents and families of stillborn, premature and other infants in distress by providing handmade burial gowns, caps, blankets, and day gowns for use in the neonatal intensive care units of local hospitals. Other items such as polypellet fleece pillows help keep hospitalized babies comfortable during their time in the unit ad aid in the physical therapy of those requiring this treatment. Meetings are held once a month. More...
Contact: RoseMarie Schmedding Phone: 932-7113
We Care center, established in 1986, is a local cooperative ministry that works with community families and individuals facing emergencies related to their basic living needs. This ministry operates an extension of the churches in the Chapin, Little Mountain, White Rock, and Prosperity communities in answer to the call of Jesus Christ to serve the poor and needy. Care and Share Outreach efforts benefit We Care.
Contact: Gary Schmedding Phone: 932-7113