Advent Tree of Giving
Over the years, the generosity of Resurrection Parishioners has been much appreciated by the various agencies and families it has helped at Christmas time. Your stewardship of sharing and the Spirit of Christmas is truly present in our parish.
This year, we will be accepting checks made out to Resurrection. Please designate the donation to the “Tree of Giving” on the memo line on your check. Donations need to be returned to the parish office by December 6, 2022.
All donations will be divided amongst the agencies unless specified.
St. John's Ministries
Temporary emergency overnight shelter for adult men/women with nowhere else to go. The shelter offers a warm, safe, welcoming place to stay while providing shelter guests opportunities to connect with other social service agencies.
The Gathering Place
Peer run programs offered by consumers who have achieved significant recovery-sharing support & assistance with people
experiencing mental health and/or substance abuse challenges in their efforts to lead meaningful lives in the community.
A day time drop in center for women in downtown Green Bay. Provides peer support, personal growth opportunities, resources & referrals to women who need a sense of
safety, belonging & encouragement
Serves homeless families with children. Provides education and counseling, sound family practices and spiritual guidance. Helps families address the cycle of homelessness and hopelessness.
Emergency Funds for Resurrection parishioners, families, or friends in times of unexpected need.
Bishop’s Court Nursing Home
Bishop's Court is an assisted living and memory care community.
Offering the best in eldercare for those individuals that require additional assistance in their daily living needs
NEW Community Shelter
Shelter for adults experiencing homelessness with a program for Employment Barrier Reduction. Shelter also offers a community meal program serving dinner 365 days a year & lunch every weekend & holiday–200+people per meal.
House of Hope
Serves pregnant or parenting homeless women between the ages of 18 & 24 and their children. Caseworkers provide support/guidance to these young mothers in learning the life skills needed to become competent adults and successful parents.
Brown County Jail Ministry
BCJM receives no public funding but relies on private donations to support: education materials & supplies, positive parenting groups, and ministry programs.
Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH)
Through a community based collaboration of 21 area churches (including Resurrection) and the Salvation Army, homeless families receive shelter, case management, mentorship, education, support & budget counseling.