The St. Batholomew’s Parish Council of Catholic Women (PCCW) acts through its membership to support, empower and educate all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership and service. The St. Bartholomew’s PCCW program responds with gospel values to the needs of the church and society in the modern world.
|Vice President||Kay Richtman|
NEW OFFICERS EFFECTIVE APRIL 2020
|Vice President||Judy Heinz|
|Service||Mary Kay Plunger|
WHAT WE DO
We are an organization with many missions. All women of our parish are members and encouraged to become active. A yearly dues of $3.00 is recommended. For those of us over age of 60 the dues are $2.00. Included in the dues is a name tag if you choose. We are putting the face of the PCCW out to the community by wearing them at our sponsored events. It is worthwhile and spiritually rewarding. A monthly meeting is held on the second Tuesday of each month, September through May. Our major fundraising event is the Fall Festival held on the second Sunday of October. All parishioners are encouraged to volunteer and help support the event.
The proceeds from the Fall Festival are used to provide financial support to various local and international organizations.
Diocese of Lacrosse:
-Diocese of Lacrosse Seminarian Fund
-Casa Hogar Mission
-Catholic Charity Warming Center
-Arcadia Deanery (Refugee Women, Madonna Place, Water for Life, Milk Project)
-Knights of Columbus (Coats for kids)
-St. Clare Health Mission
-School Sisters of St. Francis
-Trempealeau Elementary Weekend Bag Program
-Children’s International (sponsor a child)
-Grace Place of Winona
-Covenant House (homeless children)
-Trempealeau County Health Care Center
– G-E-T Food Pantry
– G-E-T Thanksgiving Dinner
– G-E-T Post Prom
Other activities throughout the year include:
Right to Life – sell roses for Mother’s Day and snack bags for Father’s Day
Show our face to the community by supplying name tags and aprons for the kitchen servers/workers.
Prepare and serve funeral luncheons
Make Easter baskets and distribute to Food Pantry
Provide and serve First Reconciliation brunch
Honor Graduates at Mass
Organize St. Bartholomew’s Fall Festival
Support the Lenten Fish Fry Fund Raiser
Host a Spring Luncheon and Rummage Sale
Host the Catfish Days Pancake breakfast with the Knights of Columbus
Participate in and host the community Ecumenical Advent Gathering
Help support Trempealeau Ecumenical Vacation Bible School financially and by volunteering
Volunteers pray the Rosary at Marinuka Manor
The list goes on and on. So please get active, join in and make new friends while helping others.
HELPING HANDS… IT’S WHAT WE DO