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Ministries

Women’s Ministry

The St. Agnes Altar Society consists of all the women of the church. They meet monthly to plan events. One of the biggest events of the year is the community Easter Dinner provided free to all who would like it. This is a combined charitable undertaking by St. Agnes, St. Cecilia, and Immaculate Conception Churches. Contact Marni Suliin, President of the Altar Society Phone 906-265-9788

Outreach Ministry

Vision: To Reach Out to know, love, and serve God by connecting with our faith community members, our members who no longer participate, and those who are unaffiliated. Faith Community: St. Agnes, St. Cecilia, and Immaculate Conception Parishes, St. Mary of Norway Vicariate, Marquette Diocese, and the Vatican Meetings: Third Thursday of the Month at St. Agnes in the Little Flower Room from 6:00 – 7:30 PM Mission: Phase One: to establish and maintain an active connection with the sick who are listed in the bulletin as well as those not listed for various reasons. Phase Two: to establish an active connection with all members in our faith community. Phase Three: to establish an active connection with those who no longer participate in our faith community. Phase Four: to establish a connection to those who claim to be unaffiliated with any faith community because they quit, they didn’t find it inspiring, and/or etc. Phase 5: to connect and collaborate with the parishes in the Vicariate of St. Mary Norway . Phase 6: to establish fund raising campaigns to support the above initiatives.

Music Ministry

Music for the weekend Masses are: St. Agnes o Saturday at 4 PM with choir. Pianist and Directress is Jane Townsend. They also assist families in preparing the music for the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Agnes Church. o Sunday 10 a.m. with Organist Cheryl Spencer leading the congregation. St. Cecilia o Sunday 8 AM with choir. The organist is Kathy Kudlaty. They also assist families in preparing the music for the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Cecilia Church. o Sunday noon with a Youth Choir led by Organist Dawn Holt. Immaculate Conception o Organist is Mary Therese Howard

Knights Of Columbus

The Iron River Council 2300 Knights of Columbus was chartered in 1912. Although the meeting places have changed from the original Knights of Columbus hall at the Baltic Club House in Gaastra, to the Blessed Sacrament Church in Stambaugh, to the Knights of Columbus hall in the Verona Club House and then presently at the St Agnes Little Flower Room. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at St. Agnes in the Little Flower Room and is led by Grand Knight Rick Commentator. Some of the special works of the council is supporting seminarian vocations in the Marquette Diocese and the Holy Cross Children Services (originally Boysville). Quarterly Black Cow events are held at the Iron Mountain Veterans Hospital, serving our veterans ice cream sodas and treats. The annual Tootsie Roll Drive supports the West Iron Special Education children classes. Knights of Columbus also hosts corporate communions at both parishes and send support monthly to the St. Vincent DePaul pantry. The Fourth Degree Assembly 501 is led by Faithful Navigator Arthur B. Aregoni. The Fourth Degree work together with Council 2300 in all of the above programs. The Fourth Degree Honor Guard performs honor guards at deceased members funerals, on corporate communions, and also at special Masses at both churches.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Store and Food Pantry 313 W Genesee Street; Iron River, MI Phone 906-265-9390 St. Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization that aspires to live by the gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy, and by working to shape a more just and compassionate society Founded in 1833 by six university students in Paris under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the Society today includes almost 900,000 members spread Among 46,000 confraternities in 130 countries of five continents. The Society's purpose is to provide direct aid to those who suffer, and to help individuals reduce and even eliminate the causes of their suffering, themselves. Society members use their own resources, sharing not only possessions, but the valuable gift of their presence.
Iron River, Caspian, and Watersmeet, Michigan
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906-265-4557 | stagnesstcecilia@gmail.com St. Agnes, St. Cecilia, & Immaculate Conception Churches Website by North Country Website Design.

Ministries

Women’s Ministry

The St. Agnes Altar Society consists of all the women of the church. They meet monthly to plan events. One of the biggest events of the year is the community Easter Dinner provided free to all who would like it. This is a combined charitable undertaking by St. Agnes, St. Cecilia, and Immaculate Conception Churches. Contact Marni Suliin, President of the Altar Society Phone 906-265-9788

Outreach Ministry

Vision: To Reach Out to know, love, and serve God by connecting with our faith community members, our members who no longer participate, and those who are unaffiliated. Faith Community: St. Agnes, St. Cecilia, and Immaculate Conception Parishes, St. Mary of Norway Vicariate, Marquette Diocese, and the Vatican Meetings: Third Thursday of the Month at St. Agnes in the Little Flower Room from 6:00 – 7:30 PM Mission: Phase One: to establish and maintain an active connection with the sick who are listed in the bulletin as well as those not listed for various reasons. Phase Two: to establish an active connection with all members in our faith community. Phase Three: to establish an active connection with those who no longer participate in our faith community. Phase Four: to establish a connection to those who claim to be unaffiliated with any faith community because they quit, they didn’t find it inspiring, and/or etc. Phase 5: to connect and collaborate with the parishes in the Vicariate of St. Mary Norway . Phase 6: to establish fund raising campaigns to support the above initiatives.

Music Ministry

Music for the weekend Masses are: St. Agnes o Saturday at 4 PM with choir. Pianist and Directress is Jane Townsend. They also assist families in preparing the music for the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Agnes Church. o Sunday 10 a.m. with Organist Cheryl Spencer leading the congregation. St. Cecilia o Sunday 8 AM with choir. The organist is Kathy Kudlaty. They also assist families in preparing the music for the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Cecilia Church. o Sunday noon with a Youth Choir led by Organist Dawn Holt. Immaculate Conception o Organist is Mary Therese Howard

Knights Of Columbus

The Iron River Council 2300 Knights of Columbus was chartered in 1912. Although the meeting places have changed from the original Knights of Columbus hall at the Baltic Club House in Gaastra, to the Blessed Sacrament Church in Stambaugh, to the Knights of Columbus hall in the Verona Club House and then presently at the St Agnes Little Flower Room. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. at St. Agnes in the Little Flower Room and is led by Grand Knight Rick Commentator. Some of the special works of the council is supporting seminarian vocations in the Marquette Diocese and the Holy Cross Children Services (originally Boysville). Quarterly Black Cow events are held at the Iron Mountain Veterans Hospital, serving our veterans ice cream sodas and treats. The annual Tootsie Roll Drive supports the West Iron Special Education children classes. Knights of Columbus also hosts corporate communions at both parishes and send support monthly to the St. Vincent DePaul pantry. The Fourth Degree Assembly 501 is led by Faithful Navigator Arthur B. Aregoni. The Fourth Degree work together with Council 2300 in all of the above programs. The Fourth Degree Honor Guard performs honor guards at deceased members funerals, on corporate communions, and also at special Masses at both churches.

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Store and Food Pantry 313 W Genesee Street; Iron River, MI Phone 906-265-9390 St. Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization that aspires to live by the gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice, hope and joy, and by working to shape a more just and compassionate society Founded in 1833 by six university students in Paris under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the Society today includes almost 900,000 members spread Among 46,000 confraternities in 130 countries of five continents. The Society's purpose is to provide direct aid to those who suffer, and to help individuals reduce and even eliminate the causes of their suffering, themselves. Society members use their own resources, sharing not only possessions, but the valuable gift of their presence.
Iron River, Caspian, & Watersmeet, MI
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