What is the Parish Care Network?
Inspired by our parish mission to share our God-given gifts and care responsibly for those in need, we seek to serve our parish members who are experiencing a time of need. A variety of services and resources are available as described below.
cancer, caregiver, parenting, divorce, & bereavement
Individual, marriage or family counseling
Blood Pressure Screenings
Prayer Line & Spiritual Direction
Visits, meals, errands & non-medical respite care as needed
Transportation to doctor, grocery, bank & Sunday Mass
Home visit from Parish Nurse
Pastoral visits with communion at nursing homes,
hospitals & homes within the SMM parish boundaries.
Local Therapists & Counselors
Home Health agencies
In–Home Care agencies
Local parishes & churches,
diocesan, parish staff & clergy
includingsupport with rent, medication,
utilities & general support to keep people in their residence.
Catholic Living Will
End of Life Issues & Advanced Directives
Marriage and Family Life
As Families Grow Older Classes
Wellness Classes & Referrals
Life Care Services: housing options, aging in place, for people who are dealing with diminishing ability to maintain independence and their families.
Called into relationship by the Holy Spirit and centered in the Eucharist, St. Margaret Mary Parish is a welcoming community,
sent by Christ to serve.
St. Margaret Mary Parish CARE Network
Masters of Pastoral Studies
Michelle Hodge, M.S.N, R.N.
Faith Community Nurse
Lori Reinneck, M.S., LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Sharon Wess, CPS
Certified Pastoral Studies