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Organizations and Activities2018-11-08T12:23:31+00:00
2018-11-01T16:53:35+00:00

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball

League play for all skill levels, from novice to seasoned players. The goal is both exercise and fellowship. Teams are chosen at random each year so that participants can get to know other members of the parish.

Contact: Ernie Spring at (608) 244-8558

2018-10-31T19:21:01+00:00

Bible Study/Faith Sharing

A number of Bible study and other faith-sharing groups meet periodically, using the Bible, videos on religious topics, and other materials to guide their discussion. Some groups have been meeting since 1998, but all groups are open to new members. Groups meet at night and on weekdays to accommodate various schedules. Previous topics have included: Vatican II, the miracles and parables of Jesus, the Eucharist and Mary.

Contact: Pat Hendrickson at (608)246-5127

2018-10-30T15:29:53+00:00

Book Club

The group meets monthly (except December) to share thoughts, ideas and feelings on the book read that month.

Contact: Clete Hansen at (608) 222-5146

2018-11-13T12:33:25+00:00

Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts

These groups offer character development and values-based leadership training through responsible fun and adventure. Scouting instills lifetime values and develops ethical character as expressed in the Scout Oath and Law; trains young people in citizenship, service and leadership; serves America’s communities and families with its quality, values-based programs.

Contact: Mark Rodwell at (630) 487-6342

2018-10-30T21:13:01+00:00

Girl Scouts

An informal, educational organization in which girls are encouraged to build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with trained and dedicated leaders, girls develop qualities which will serve them all of their lives, such as strong values, a social conscience and the conviction of their own potential and self-worth.

Contact: Abby Beyerl at (608) 237-1150

2018-12-03T12:01:45+00:00

Knights of Columbus

An organization for Catholic men ages eighteen and older committed to exemplifying charity, fraternity, patriotism, and the support of religious vocations. A Knights of Columbus council can work wonders; in fact, with its many programs, it can help change the community, town, city or neighborhood in which you live.

Contact: Rick Raulin at (608) 628-0973
Field Agent: Luke Meinholz, FICF at (608) 230-6740

Knightly News, December 2018

2018-11-05T09:08:38+00:00

Mom’s Group

A regular drop-in group where moms can enjoy fellowship and time away from their busy lives. The group meets on Tuesdays during the school year from 9:30 am – 11:00 am in Fellowship Hall. Child care is provided for ages one and up. Younger children stay with mom. All moms are welcome, whether they have young children or their children are in school. Meeting topics have included: faith, parenting skills, sharing recipes, crafts, cooking demonstrations and Mom’s Morning Out. Regular Mom’s Night Out activities are also planned.

Contact: Monica Simpson at (608) 226-0361
Sister Mary Therese Dolan at (608) 246-5120 ext. 224

2018-12-03T09:33:50+00:00

Saint Dennis Festival

Annual parish event that takes place the last full weekend of July. Many parish volunteers work before, during and after the event to make this largest fundraiser for the parish a community-builder and success.

Contact: Parish office at (608) 246-5124

2018-10-30T21:22:25+00:00

Saint Dennis Quilters

The group has given quilted comfort to those who fight for our country and provides warmth to others who have earned their peace. They teach and nurture all within the group and welcome new members.

Contact: Colleen Lytle at (608) 244-8071