Center For the Homeless Casserole Program
Prepare a large casserole once a month for clients at Center for the Homeless.
Corvilla Residents Transportation
Contact: Mickey Bly | 574-272-4380
Assist with transportation of Corvilla Residents to 9:30 Mass at Little Flower.
Direct Assistance Counselor
Receive training and then meet one-on-one with someone seeking financial assistance while offering them compassion and hope. The counselor assesses the situation of the person in need, recommends a solution and/or referrals, and works with Deacon Greg in implementing the assistance and referrals. Volunteer once a month at a time that is convenient for you.
Contact: Phyllis Singleton | 574-277-7576
A.) Prepare a hot casserole, salad or dessert for a grieving family on the day of the funeral.
B.) Set up and serve at funeral luncheons.
Habitat for Humanity
Contact: Vince Feck | 574-272-1671
Eliminate poverty housing through the Matthew 25 home, which is built and funded by local churches. You can donate and/or help build the home.
Contact: John Scott | 574-288-6357
Help prepare/serve a meal at Hope Rescue Mission once a month.
Respect Life Ministry
Contact: Bob Bramer | 574-271-8182 and Vince Feck | 574-272-1671
Seeking to transform society into a Culture of Life where every human being is valued and protected from the moment of conception until natural death.
Reaching Out to College Kids (ROCK)
R.O.C.K. is a ministry that pairs our college students with an adult volunteer from Little Flower. The adult volunteer’s primary job is to PRAY, PRAY, and PRAY some more for the college student assigned to them. In addition, the adult volunteer is asked to reach out to the college student a minimum of once each month either by e-mail or regular mail. An occasional care package is always fun but is not required. The point of the program is to help keep the college student connected with Little Flower and with our Faith while they are away at school.
Visit the Imprisoned
Contact: Bob Bramer | 574-271-8182
Minister to those imprisoned at Indiana State Prison in Michigan City through visits, correspondence, periodic attendance at Sunday liturgy, etc. Interview and training required and provided.