The Bishop stopped in for a visit a couple weeks ago. It was a pleasure to meet him – he’s so personable! He really took an interest in our ministry. I gave him the grand tour and he was full
We are often blessed with donations from people that are honoring someone else. The last several months we’ve had many of these. Some donations came in honor of Sister Isaac and the work she did for so many years from
The Center continues to be busy day after day. We typically hit our maximum of 35 shortly after opening, and most days we end up with a few extra. My normal standard for number of people I’m able to help
I am a quilter, and several of our volunteers are as well. (Sr Isaac is too.) We are fortunate to have two groups of quilters that supply us with beautifully made quilts. One group is from the Linus project, and
The Center opened up from our break on Tuesday, January 2nd , a day earlier than usual in anticipation of a crowd of people in need. We were met by 40 guests when we opened the door. They were glad
As you’ve often heard me say, the Center has many volunteers in a variety of roles. On a daily basis, (Monday through Thursday), there are many different positions:
Intake desk – handled by 2 people, assisted by 2 or 3 helpers
In December, the Knights of Columbus Council 1074 held their final food drive of the year.. The Knights have been holding these collections for 11 years. Over time, it has grown from a small project into a very large one
Thank you to everyone that helped to put cheer and love into the lives of so many with all of our Christmas projects. My sincere thanks goes our to the generosity of our school and staff, our parishoners, our volunteers
Fourth Sunday of Advent, 2017 – December 24th
Mary Ann invited me to write this article and I am delighted to do so. This weekend almost writes itself – 4th Sunday of Advent and Christmas Eve on the same day!
The Sister Isaac Center is now closed for all normal activity until Tuesday,
January 2. Please hold your donations until we re-open in January.