Nancy Megley
Pastoral Care Coordinator
(616) 935-8742
Email Nancy

Part of maintaining spiritual wellbeing, is managing one’s physical health. There are several opportunities to meet other parishioners and assist your health.

 “Do you not understand that you are the temple of God and that the Spirit of God, the Holy Spirit, lives in you? If anyone destroys the temple of God, God will destroy them, for the temple of God is holy and so you as His temple, are holy. 

“Do you not know your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who lives within you, whom you have received as a gift from God? You are not your own. You were bought with a price purchased by Jesus’s blood. Therefore, glorify God in your body and in the Spirit, which belong to God.”  1 Corinthians 3:16-17


Beyond the Plate Webinar

A “non-diet” workshop exploring connections between food and wellness, sponsored by the Stay Well Program. Michigan’s Stay Well program was launched at the onset of the…

MOMs Group

The MOMS group gets together on most Thursdays, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. in Room 143. Meetings run from September 8-May 25.

Family Guides: Preparing for an Emergency

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COVID-19 Resources: Summer 2022

COVID-19 Self-Testing Fast Facts Tested Positive for Covid-19? Consider Covid 19 treatments. Receive up to 5 free at-home test kits from Loutit Library Households are…

Red Cross Blood Drive: Wednesday, June 29, 12:00-5:45 p.m., Room 142

Volunteers help to set-up, register and arrange the refreshment area. Shifts are generally 2-3 hours twice a year. Scheduled time: 12:00-5:45 p.m., usually June and December.


January: Thyroid Disease, Glaucoma

April: Autism, Parkinson’s, Donate to Life, Alcohol Awareness

July: Natural Family Planning

October: Depression & Mental Health Screening

February: American Heart Month, National Donor Day (Feb. 14), Low Vision

May: Mental Health, Skin Cancer

August: Children’s Eye Health and Safety

November: Diabetes Awareness,
Hospice & Palliative Care

March: National Day of Unplugging, Brain Injury, Colorectal Cancer, Kidney Health

June: Alzheimer’s & Brain Health

September: Suicide Prevention & Falls Prevention

December: Handwashing, Holiday Blues

How to Sleep Better


This ministry provides transportation to medical appointments for parishioners in need. Time commitment is usually 2-4 hours depending on the location of the appointment. (Grand Haven, Holland, Muskegon). Paperwork required: background check and insurance information form.


This is a great opportunity for you to exercise and enjoy fellowship with other member of the Parish. This is open to all and please invite a friend!

Fitness classes strengthen the whole self and provide fellowship. They meet most Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:15 a.m. at the Youth Center throughout the year. Come join us for balancing, stretching and strengthening classes. Canned goods donation.


Volunteers willing to assist those with special needs by preparing for sacraments, participating in the mass and parish life as availability allows. Skills needed: a good listener, patience, and leader.

Training required.


By appointment only, Monday-Thursday. Contact Nancy for an appointment at (616) 842-0001 ext. 119.