Outreach Projects

Resurrection members serve many needs locally, nationally and internationally. Our efforts combine education and formation for our members as well as service and advocacy for those we encounter. All are welcome to join our community in living the Gospel.



advent and Lenten trees of giving

A parish-wide Advent and Lenten outreach/stewardship of sharing with local agencies and families.

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helping hands

Parishioners helping parishioners during difficult times with meals, transportation, errands and yard work/housekeeping as needed. Contact Roseann Dichraff.


St. Vincent De paul society

Assists those in the parish that are in need of emergency funds, furniture, clothing and food. Volunteers work at the St. Vincent de Paul store. To volunteer, contact Frank Moon at 866-1555.

Emergency Funds for Families and Individuals, contact the parish at 920-336-7768.


ecumenical partnership for housing

Transitional housing and support for families provided by seven area churches. As a founding member, Resurrection has representation on the board of directors and provides financial support, house cleaning, yard work services, and other assistance. Needs and Volunteer List


Resurrection partners with the Living Justice Office of the Diocese of Green Bay and with J.O.S.H.U.A. on charity and justice projects, participating with the Holy Spirit to further the reign of God in our world. Bishop David L. Ricken has established a Diocesan Living Justice Department to oversee Catholic social justice work, and has given approval for parishes to partner with J.O.S.H.U.A. on various projects, as well as for parishioners to be individual members of J.O.S.H.U.A. Parishes as a whole may not be full contributing members of J.O.S.H.U.A. Bishop Ricken encourages Catholic and ecumenical work on social justice projects.


food collections

On-going for area Food Pantries; bring to church each week.
Any and all food donations are welcome. Please place items in the corresponding cupboard drawer. Food items are taken to St. Patrick’s Parish Pantry. Brown grocery bags and egg cartens can be placed in the blue St. Vincent de Paul drop-box located by the maintenance garage. Thank you and God bless you.


Cooking Groups at Area shelters

To volunteer contact Michele Becker or call 336-7768.


prison ministry

More information – Prison Ministry or Contact June Mc Cotter at 336-5175




Love life ministry

938 9th Street
Green Bay WI 54304-3439 (920) 497-1087

Peace United Methodist Church
919 Schwartz Street
Green Bay WI 54302 (920) 468-5414



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Twinning Project with Excel Center in Okolona, MS

Twinning with St .Theresa’s Parish-Okolona, Mississippi and Resurrection Parish -Green Bay, Wisconsin. Teaming up to share time, talent, and treasure!

The Twinning Committee is a sub-committee of the Human Concerns Committee. They are very involved with our twinning parish in Okolona. A few times a year parishioners volunteer to go to Okolona for work details that do general cleaning, light remodeling etc. Parishioners with teaching or unusual talents have gone to Okolona for one week during the summer to share their talents with young people. Resurrection Parishioners have helped by:

  • Sharing in Prayer and Liturgy

  • Clothing and Household Drive for the Thrift store/Office and School Supplies

  • Cash Donations

  • Personal Visits

  • Tutoring

  • Supplied books and text books

  • Pen Pals

We are always recruiting new parishioners to share their talents in Okolona. If you would like more information about the Twinning Committee or how you can volunteer for a work trip or the summer programs in Okolona, please contact Sheila De Luca or call the Parish Office at 336-7768.

Visit the Excel Web site at www.excelcommons.org



Friends of Haiti Medical Mission

Financial support, medical and non-medical volunteers for mission trips, collections of medical and personal care needs.  Donations may be sent to FOH, Inc., PO Box 1174, Green Bay, WI 54305. To volunteer or make inquiries, call Jackie at 920-469-0024 or write to the PO Box number. You can also communicate via the website. Especially needed are local persons who could help prepare shipping. Site: Friends of Haiti