Service Opportunities

Family Dinner Nights

We are looking for youth and adult volunteers to help us serve & clean up, or make desserts.  If you are willing to volunteer on any of the dates listed below  please contact the Faith Fomation Office 920-779-0551.



Coats for Kids

Just one coat could make the difference in a person’s life this winter.   The Hortonville/Dale Food Pantry is    in need of new or gently worn winter coats of all sizes for men, women, and children.

Thanks to all our drop off locations last year, we were able to donate over 500 coats to the Hortonville/Dale Food Pantry. We met our goal!!!!

 Coats will be collected from September 11-October 19. The Hortonville/Dale Food Pantry serves 170-225  families each week. Please check your closets, ask your friends. Help us meet our goal, again this year, no one should be without a winter coat.

Collection boxes will be at the following locations: Ss. Peter and Paul   Parish, Hortonville; St. Mary Parish, Greenville; and all Hortonville Area School District schools.




 Ss. Peter and Paul offers several service opportunities throughout the year.

Each Elementary class has a special Seminarian from our diocese that they pray for, encourage  and keep in touch with throughout the year. 

Pinewood Bingo-Grade 8 volunteers one Thursday evening a month from 6:15-8:00 pm to play Bingo with the residents living at Pinewood apartments in Hortonville. The elementary students get involved by wrapping the Bingo prizes.

Middle and High School Students gather on "Youth Work Days" a few days a year.  They put their Faith in Action by cleaning the church and grounds, tying blankets, counting and sorting for shoe and coat drives, preparing for the church rummage sale and helping wherever there is a need.


 One of our high school students, Joe Nicholson, wanted to make a difference in our community as his Eagle Scout project. So, he contacted Harbor House, a domestic abuse shelter in Appleton, rounded up a few of his peers and got   to work. Now, once a month or so, he takes his group of “super hero” friends to visit the shelter and hang out with the kids who are living there. The purpose is to provide positive young adult role modes for the kids and to give the moms a much needed break. All the “Heroes” had to be trained before being able to volunteer for the much needed & appreciated adventure. Thank you, Joe, and all the “Heroes” for your willingness to be the hands and feet of Christ to these kids!!


Our Service Opportunities are always growing and changing!  We are blessed to have a Faith Community that is eager to come together to serve others! Take a look at a few of the things we have done............

                       Rise & shine!  Serving breakfast at the homeless shelter.





Contact Tina Ellenbecker
Youth Minister/High School Coordinator
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