So many people are touched by the beautiful and needed items they find at our rummage sale. All of our volunteers help our customers as if they were in a large department store. Thanks to all who donated their gently used treasures, it’s a gift to this community. Our 2021 Rummage Sale date has not been set yet.
This faithful ministry to homeless families in Warren County allows us to provide food, shelter and support for the week they are at St. Patrick’s. Many parish hands support this ministry during our host week. This ministry touches your heart and your blessings abound when you participate in this ministry. http://www.ihnwc.org/
Contact: Cathy McCracken
This is our twelth year of tutoring children every Tuesday for an hour when school is in session. We have many students and tutors that rarely miss a session. We provide a snack which is always appreciated by the children. Come join us!
Contact: Danielle Weaver
This ministry’s mission is to provide transitional housing for a person or family moving from homelessness to permanent housing. The house is immediately adjacent to the church building and tenants receive goals and support from this ministry’s board.
Contact: Mary Lasher
When we minister to others, we draw closer to God. Our In-Reach Ministry is designed to maintain a culture among parishioners to promote “hands-on” assistance in our church community. We assist with things like: transportation, meals, temporary childcare, snow removal, visitation, calls and letters of encouragement. When you’re in need of a helping hand just recall how good it feels to help others and perhaps it will be easier for you to give others the same opportunity.
Contact: Teresa Norris
Good Shepherd Program
This preschool program is one of our oldest outreach programs, started sixteen years ago. The religious-based program is offered free to any pre-school age child (ages 3-6) in the greater Lebanon area. We have twelve-fifteen children participating and six dedicated teachers.
Contacts: Mary Lasher or Jill Lane
We contribute personal care items (toothpaste, shampoo, soap, diapers, etc) along with other food items to the Lebanon food pantry. We have targeted the first Sunday of each month for collection, since our parish volunteers there the following day. Clothing may also be dropped off at the food pantry. If you would like to volunteer let us know. Thanks to all of you who donate your time or supplies to this ministry.
Contacts: Todd Rockstrah
A total transformation took place with the renovation of the yellow residence beside Brigid House on Main Street. Currently the church rents out two apartments housed in Brendan House. The other two apartments are used by Lebanon Montessori School. Members of the church often pitch in to help with improvements and maintenance.
Contact: Todd Rockstrah