Eucharistic Adoration 


Wednesday, February 20

 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

St. Agnes Parish - St. Gabriel Room

upcoming events - 2019

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"help for the homeless"

hygiene drive

February 17 – March 10

We are collecting newunopened hygiene and cleaning items to stock the shelves

of local homeless and crisis programs. 


Most Urgently Needed Items

2-in-1 Shampoo/Conditioner

Shower Gel

Unscented Deodorant

SOFT Toothbrushes andToothpaste/adult & child

Disposable Razors

Feminine Care

Diapers (sizes 3-6)/Pull-Ups

 Baby Wet Wipes

Soft Soap

Laundry Soap

Dish Soap

Disinfectant Cleaner

Floor Cleaner

Trash Bags - kitchen/all sizes

Toilet Tissue

Paper Towels

Collection boxes are in the narthex through March 10.

Your donations remain in our community.


Thank you for always coming to the aid of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Your generosity has been tremendous over the many times you’ve been called upon. May God bless you!

Bishop robert Barron's


the pivotal players


  • NO session February 19.
  • The next session will be February 26 - St. Catherine of Siena.
  • The session on Blessed John Henry Newman has been rescheduled to March 26.

St. Agnes Spring Alpha Course continues on Sunday, February 10!


Alpha for ‘Engaged Parishioners’ has officially begun in the Diocese of Green Bay! Alpha is not only an effective instrument in introducing people to Jesus for the first time - for practicing Catholics it is also valuable for renewing their love for Jesus and learning how to reach those who have yet to know him personally. 


You can still join us and find out what Alpha is all about!


Sundays – continuing through April 14

(no meeting on Super Bowl Sunday, February 3)


1:15-2:45 p.m. in the St. Gabriel Room

lenten book discussion

 “You’re Worth It!” by Danielle Bean



From the introduction: So much about our world today is empty and cold. If some of that emptiness and coldness has seeped into your heart, I pray this book will warm you, just a bit, to the idea that you were made for something better, something bigger, and something new. 


If you or someone you know could benefit from learning about Jesus’ unchanging and unconditional love for them in a deeply personal way, please consider joining us for the discussion in the St. Gabriel Room at church. 


Join Deborah Gretzinger and Sarah Downey for discussions: 

   Thursday, March 14 (Intro, Chapters 1 & 2) 

   Thursday, March 28  (Chapters 3, 4 & 5)

   Thursday, April 11 (Chapters 6, 7 & Conclusion) 


Two discussion times will be offered:  

1:00-2:00 p.m. and repeated at 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the St. Gabriel Room


Those wishing to participate, please contact the Religious Ed/Youth Ministry Office, 

920-494-6450, by February 28 to sign up and order your book.

Cost for book is $3.

St. agnes men's club

Fishermen's Night Out

Thursday,  April 11


Adorers needed!

sharing our sunday scriptures


2:30-3:30 pm thursdays


Reading, thinking about and praying with the upcoming Sunday readings can enrich your Sunday worship.  SOSS is held on Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. for 45 minutes to an hour. Each stand-alone session is held in the St. Gabriel Room at church.  

For more information call Sister Dorothy, 494-3176 or email

St. Agnes Parish Summer Festival

Sat., July 27, 2019 & Sun., July 28, 2019

Notice the date change!


We are in need of chair people for:

Children’s Games and Bucket Raffle


For interest or questions in regard to chairing these areas, 

please contact the Festival Coordinators:

Cheryl Berken: 920-471-9110

Michelle Gilbreath: 920-328-3529

help support st. agnes re/ym

From Above Bakery and Youth Center (1599 Western Ave, Green Bay, 54303) will donate 20% of their profits every month from any sales where you mention St. Agnes Religious Education and Youth Ministry. This Catholic family-owned business has a wide variety of baked goods (gluten-free too!). Stop over or give them a call for all your bakery needs, and help our youth as well. 

The Rosary is prayed

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday following the 6:45 am Mass

and Wednesday & Saturday prior to the 8:00 am Mass.


Want to contribute your time to an organization where your unique skills, experiences and perspectives are valued? Volunteering is a great way to make a difference and offers professional networking, personal growth opportunities and new friendships! You can help us help others. 

Contact the Parish Office for more information.

Positions Include: 

     Checkout & Registers Carpenter Shop

     Dock/Donation Receiving Craft Repair

     Sorting and Pricing Repair/Rehab

     Furniture Sales Computers/Data Entry

     Small Appliance Testing Front Office