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    Welcome!
    The Lord has called us together in worship not for his sake only but also for ours—
    that we may be renewed with forgiveness, encouraged by God’s Word 
    and strengthened through Christian fellowship. 

    Veterans Day ~ November 11th

    We give thanks and remember those who have served our country. 

      We will have guest speakers
    Frank & Trudy Bonack ,
    give a brief presentation on the “Living Rosary”.


    Second collection will be taken for the Rainbow House in Oconto. 

    Holy Name Society Corporate Communion Sunday!
    Consider attending breakfast 
    and short meeting following 9am Mass


      Lakewood Church  

                4:00  P.M.  Saturday
              9:00  A.M. Sunday

             Reconciliation Times
              9:00 A.M.  First Fridays
             3:30  P.M.  Saturday

     

        Silver Cliff Chapel  
            5:30  P.M.  Saturday

             Reconciliation Times
                  First Saturdays
                 following Mass

       
     Crooked Lake Chapel
          
       7:30 A.M. Sunday
              
             Reconciliation Times

                  Second Sundays
                  following Mass
     
     


    WEDDING BANN III

    Vincent Michael McCabe & Beatrice Judith Prilliman 


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    and all Meetings!  
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  • Where to find us

  • Centennial Corner


    Our indoor Stations of the Cross were created by John Kilsloar of Green Bay. These original paintings were purchased for $1,400.0
    0. 

    On February 14, 1982 a meeting was held to establish a St. Mary’s Cemetery Board. Cemetery lots were being sold for $25.00 each 

    1919: Townsend was permanently closed as a mission or station. Arthur Kuhl was an altar boy there. 



    In 1985 the Lakewood choir director was Marion Janquet, following Sam Burzik who was their previous director. 


    Cenntenial Eucumenical Concert
    (Please Visit Photo Album)




    New...

    Visit Photo Album to view 
    images of Centennial Events, Polka Mass & Parish Picnic. 

  • Our Mission
    Statement


    We the members of St. Mary's of the Lake are called by Jesus to be the light of the world, through the mission and ministry of His Catholic Church; to discover Him, follow Him, worship Him and share His love.
    St. Mary's of the Lake
    Mission Statement
  • Centennial Events

    November – Special Mass of Thanksgiving - More information and date to be announced

    December – Parish Christmas PartyMore - More information and date to be announced

    January – Special Mass for oldest parishioner & members of 50 years or more. More information and date to be announced

    February 9th & 10th Closing of our Centennial year - Special Closing Mass 

  • Pray Requests

    Prayer Requests . . .

    For healing and good health of mind, body, and spirit:

    Karen Czyzewski,
    Peter & Mary Wagner, Larry Goffard, Sarah Wilkinson, Margaret Joachim, Trisha Woehler, Gail Luther,
    John Schipferling, Carl & Jan Peil and Bonnie Warren 

     For Eternal Rest, and for God’s Blessings on their Families:

    Doug Zimmerman
    Gerald Thielke 

    For all the prayer requests written in our Parish Book of Petitions.

    Prayer Shawls available in the office. 

  • Hospitality Weekend
    Sunday, Dec. 2nd

    On the First Sunday of every month...
    You are cordially invited for coffee, donuts, and
    fellowship after;

     9:00 am Mass at Lakewood 
     7:30 am Mass at Crooked Lake. 

  • Endowments to Support Seminarian Education

    www.catholicfoundationgb.org/give. 

  • Current Events

    Deer Camp “Booyah” Sale

    Our delicious Picnic Booyah will be made and ready for your pick up at church on;
    Wednesday & Thursday, November 14th & 15th
    after 2pm
    and Friday, November 16th anytime after 9am at
    the Brat Stand at Super Valu.
    It will be sold by;
     1/2 gallon and gallon.
    So when your planning your deer camp remember to include some Booyah in your menu! Orders may be called in to the office in advance. 

     

    Booyah Help Needed!

    We will be cutting vegetables and cleaning chicken on Wednesday, November 14th at 9am. Then selling the Booyah on Friday, November 16th at the Brat Stand at Super Valu from 9am til gone. If you can help please call Mike & Mary Rasmussen at 715-276-6181. 


    St. Mary’s Christian Women Cookie and Candy Sale December 1st. 


     

    Christian Women
    Christmas Party Invite

    All Women of the Parish are invited to the Christian Women's Christmas Party to be held at the;

    Old Town Hall in Townsend  Thurs, Dec 13th.
    Socializing at 11:30 a.m. and meal at noon.

    We'll have broasted chicken and baked haddock, baby reds, veggie, dessert & beverage served family style for $15.50 tax & tip included.
    Please bring a non perishable or a $10 donation for the Food
    Pantry.
    Reservations & payment can be made to Marge 715-850-0214 by Dec. 5th or sign up in the back of church by the elevator.
    The more the merrier--bring a guest!
    (Checks to be made out to "Old Town Hall" and paid at time of reservation)