• Little Miracles

  • > ||
    Slideshow Slides (Drop Images In This Box)
    • 008
      5
      appear
    • 032
      5
      appear
    • 011
      5
      appear
    • 027
      5
      appear
    • 026
      5
      appear
    • 018
      5
      appear
    • 022
      5
      appear
    • 021
      5
      appear
    • 023
      5
      appear
    • 029
      5
      appear
    • 030
      5
      appear
  • Little Miracles is a local crisis pregnancy outreach program. Volunteers pray with and counsel pregnant women and distribute anti-abortion literature. Little Miracles provides food, clothing, baby accessories and furnishings, as needed, for pregnant women who chose life for their child. In addition, Little Miracles acts as a resource which refers women in crisis to various support agencies in the area.
    Do “Little Miracles” ever happen?
    Over the past years Little Miracles has played a role in helping save the lives of numerous babies. In addition, Little Miracles has provided aid to many needy families.
    How can you help? the following are three powerful ways that anyone can assist with the work of this ministry
    1. Prayer: Say a prayer for Little Miracles and their work.
    2. Sorting Baby Clothes: Help pick up donations and sorting clothes for needy mothers.
    3. Food and Monetary Donations: Donations of non-perishable and canned food are needed as well as money to buy fresh produce, diapers and baby formula.

    4. Help is needed delivering food baskets: at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.

  • Memorial Garden for the Unborn

    A highlight of this past year for Little Miracles has been the dedication of a new Memorial Garden for the Unborn, located adjacent to the rear entrance of St. Margaret Church, where parishioners can visit for a quiet reflection and prayer. The garden features a statue of Our Lady, who loved babies, as well as a monument dedicated to the unborn. The garden is maintained with a variety of seasonal flowers in bloom provided by Madison Flower Shop. The new garden was made possible by a donation in memory of St. Margaret parishioners William and Catherine Phipps.