About Our Community
Founded in 1978, our parish’s celebrations have grown from the laundry room of the Good Shepherd Convent and 460 parishioners to our own worship space and more than 1300 individuals and group/families of all sizes. We extend the same tradition of welcoming and bonding to our long-term parishioners as we do to new and visiting parishioners. It is our mission to welcome each and every person, member and guest into our parish community and help them experience liturgies in which they are valued and enriched in Christ.
“Therefore welcome one
another as Christ has welcomed you,
for the glory of God.”
Our parish values you. It is through your active participation, generous stewardship, and strong sense of family and community that we become impactful Disciples of Christ. Each individual contributes in his/her own unique way to making our parish a thriving and vibrant community. Our parish members have many opportunities for participating in the pillars of our foundation, which support our parish ministries, including prayer, faith formation, hospitality, and service. From membership on the Pastoral Council, to volunteering for building and grounds clean-up, to planning worship celebrations, to getting involved in numerous outreach programs, and so much more, we are an active community of faith. Click here for more information about our ministries.
The children of our parish are our foundation. Our Faith Formation program is one of the many ways we are able to enrich the youth in our community. In addition, our parish supports religious education through the Green Bay Area Catholic Education System (GRACE) Grace and Notre Dame Academy (NDA). Our parish GRACE school, Holy Family School for children in preschool through eighth grade, currently has 121 of our parish children enrolled. In addition, we have 65 young adults attending NDA.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton lived her life as a role model, which our parish is eager to replicate with a vision in which every person touched by our parish community is welcomed, valued and enriched in Christ.
Our Prayer Chain
We have dedicated members on our Prayer Chain. If you or someone you know would like prayers, our Prayer Chain will pray for your sincere intentions. You can call the parish office at (920) 499-1546 or complete the below form.
Online Prayer Request
Click here for a listing of our staff and their contact information.