Migrant Ministry

Support, catechesis, and friendship to the migrant workers in Leamington and Area.
Click here for more infomation.
Pamphlet (printable) on Migrant Workers Ministry.


Adult Faith Formation

On an ongoing basis, we offer many opportunities for people to grow in their faith. Check out our Facebook Page, or contact Fr Steve for what is currently available.


Cursillo

An adult group that meets to share faith, study and action.

Contact Deacon John for more information.


Eucharistic Adoration

Every Tuesday, from 9 am to 6:30 pm in the small chapel


Divine Mercy Holy Hour and Devotion

Every Friday, from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm.


Portuguese Prayer Group

A powerful small group prayer ministry. Meets each Wednesday evening.


Altar Servers

For girls and boys in Grade 4 and up: active participants in all Masses through their assistance to priests and lay people. Contact Fr Tom for more information.


Welcoming Ministry

Let us know if you are a new parishioner. Would you like to be part of the welcoming committee at Mass on Sundays?


Refugee Committee

Sponsors families in need to make their home in Leamington.


Bereavement Ministry

Offers care and support to the family when the member of our parish dies.


Catholic Women’s League

General Meeting every second Wednesday of each month (except July and August) at 7:00 p.m. The CWL invites all Catholic women to journey in a sisterhood of faith, fun and fulfillment. Come join us.


Knights of Columbus

General Meeting every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month in the Knight’s of Columbus Room at 7:00 p.m.





Music Ministries

Help St. Michael’s Parish make a joyful noise unto the Lord! Our parish is served by many musical groups and individual cantors who lead us in song.


Parish Pastoral Council

A collaborative group of parishioners meeting monthly whose purpose is to investigate, consider and propose practical conclusions concerning pastoral matters.


Ministry to the Sick and Shut-ins

A group of volunteers who visit the sick and shut-ins of our parish. Contact Fr. Tom if you know of anyone our team could visit, or if you would like to volunteer.


Social Justice

Each year we bring to the attention of parishioners opportunities to educate themselves on social justice matters in our world, and various ways to make a difference


Society of St. Vincent de Paul

A lay Catholic Organization whose mission is: “To Live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy.” Meetings every third Tuesday of the month in the parish hall.
Food Bank Donations
Donations can be left in the foyer of the Church.