The Bereavement Committee provides food and a post-funeral reception for families who have lost a loved one. We are called to support those who are grieving just as God carried the Israelites through the wilderness.
The Catholic Daughters of America is a service organization that fosters unity and charity through the love of God through a variety of events and projects.
We invite any youth and adults of St. Margaret to be Christ’s instrument of consolation to members of our faith community who have lost loved ones.
James Samaritan Ministry
Members of the James Samaritan Ministry are inspired to help these youth and the families that sponsor them by responding to tangible needs in the community.
Knights of Columbus
We invite any male 18 or older to consider joining this world-wide Catholic men’s organization by applying through our local St. Margaret’s Council.
Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree
This ministry calls all Catholic men who have achieved the Fourth Degree status in the Knights of Columbus to deepen their commitment to God and country through a deeper understanding and application of patriotism.
This sister organization to the men’s Knights of Columbus gives women an opportunity to support charitable and social events that complement the men’s activities while having a direct impact upon the local community.
This ministry prays for the intentions of the parishioners. Through prayer, we invite Jesus into our heart and move closer to Him.
Are you ready to accept our Lord’s challenge to visit the imprisoned? St. Margaret’s Prison Ministry provides the opportunity and numerous options on how you can serve.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Our St. Vincent de Paul Society chapter provides spiritual and material assistance to the needy in our community (anyone within the geographical boundaries of St. Margaret, not just Catholics).
Thomas’ Table provides support to the parish and civic community so that we can be proactive rather than reactive before calamity strikes.
Promoting vocations to the priesthood, diaconate, and consecrated life is an obligation for all Catholics and something that requires an ongoing awareness to those God may be calling to these special vocations.