Groups

Work of Our Hands


Work of our Hands (WOOH) was created through our Parish Social Concerns Committee at St. Mary-Holy Cross to give parishioners another way to build community and solidarity; to introduce you to artisans, farmers, service-providers, hobbyists, and others in our parish who are willing to provide their services or goods for a fee or barter; and to give those who would provide such services and goods a way of letting others know about it.  

Work of Our Hands Festival

 

Enjoy a fun, relaxing evening finding out more about the goods and services provided by our parishioners at the Work of Our Hands Festival on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 11:00am to 4:30pm and 6:00 to 7:30pm and on Sunday, Nov. 5, 11:00am to 12:30pm, in the Social Hall. You may find that special gift you’ve been looking for! Questions? Contact Lisa Kautza, 515-964-7687 or kautza@netins.net.

 

WOOH Directory 

 For more information contact:

Phil Staudt     515-210-5602

Lisa Kautza   515-964-7687 / 515-238-5557

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Meetings:  Third Sunday of each month, 

7:00pm, in the Social Hall.  


Please contact Bill Schmitt if you would like 

information on joining the Knights.  

Email

or 515-963-8392.


Altar and Rosary Society


Altar and Rosary Society is a church organization open to all women of St. Mary-Holy Cross Parish, committed to being of service to the Church through volunteer and social activities.

If you are a new member of the Parish, you may not be aware of your automatic membership into the Parish organization of the Altar and Rosary Society.  Any member of a community is entitled to the privileges of membership, but is also expected to contribute to the benefit of others, as well.  The primary service performed by the Altar and Rosary Society is to provide food for and serve funeral dinners.  Your kind gesture and generous offerings are greatly appreciated by your grieving friends.

 

 Funeral Dinner Information   

  Letter to Ladies of the Parish        


Please see our bulletin for upcoming events.


Contact Delila Roberts for more information, 515-597-2782.