Parish Organizations

Pastoral Council

Pastoral Council

The Pastoral Council performs a very important service to the Pastor and staff in planning for the future growth of Blessed Sacrament and helps ensure that our Parish remains spiritually vibrant.  It is  advisory to Pastor with main responsibly of:

  • Promotes Catholic Worship
  • Promotes parishioner engagement and spiritual growth
  • Plans for the needs of the Church and community
  • Promotes Pastoral outreach

Pastoral Council Members

Annette Clark
Jim Marinik
Jeff Paulus
Cathy Richard
Barb Warczinsky
Joseph Ryan
Jim Mahoney

Fr. Rob Howe, Pastor
Patrick Regier, Business Manager
Lyn Pajk, Director of Faith Formation

Finance & Asset Council

Finance & Asset Council

The Finance Council is required by the Diocese to assist the Pastor in the administration of the goods of the Parish and keep the Parish financially viable. It is  advisory to Pastor with the main responsibly of:

  • Review the financial statement
  • Review cash flow current and long term needs
  • Assist in annual budget
  • Monitor the Parish’s physical assets
  • Ensures the long term financial viability of the Parish

Finance & Asset Council Members

Pam Gandy
Mike Erickson
Kathy Fothergill
Judy Gross
Dan Kozakiewicz
Kevin Spencer
Andy Pasztor
Robert Gamm

Patrick Regier, ex officio
Fr. Rob Howe, Pastor

Christian Service Commission

Christian Service Commission

The Ladies of Blessed Sacrament

The Ladies of Blessed Sacrament

About Us

All women registered at Blessed Sacrament Parish are  automatically members.
The Ladies of Blessed Sacrament Parish provide opportunities for involvement in the following:

  • Rummage Sales
  • Church Women United
  • Funeral Dinners
  • Annual Alternative Gift Fair
  • Cinnamon Roll Bakes
  • Blanket Sunday
  • Altar Care
  • Church donations and donations for local organizations in need

Our Goal  

To provide opportunities for women parishioners to become involved in social and service activities and raise funds for and distribute funds to charitable projects within the parish and the Saginaw Diocese.


When We Meet

Meetings are held once a month, usually on the first Tuesday of the month at 1:30pm in the Parish Center, from September through May for approximately 2 hours. Otherwise, hours required depends on the activities the volunteer chooses to participate in.

If you would like to participate, come to our next meeting or call any of the Board Members listed below:

President: Eileen Foster | (989) 631-9597
Secretary: Elaine White | (989) 573-0195
Treasurer: Tana Zemanek | (989) 631-1368
Programs: Judy Kawiecki

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We are always looking for volunteers to help us with the very special ministry of Funeral Luncheons. If you would like to help, please fill out the form below.








Knights of Columbus

Knights are committed to making the world a better place for everyone to live in. Our main objective as Catholic men is to live the ways of Christ.


The council was chartered in 2004 with 35 members and has grown to about 90 members. We are a Parish based council. Our mission puts its special emphasis on strongly supporting our parish and priest.

Meeting Information

Council meetings are held in the Blessed Sacrament Parish Center the Second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Contact Information

Grand Knight | Mark Robertson
Deputy Grand Knight | Duane Sheilds

Supreme Council Website |
Michigan Council Website|

Current Activities We Support

Firewood for Poor
The Knights cuts and split many cords of wood for cancer patients and the poor in need who heat their homes with firewood.

Blood Drives
Several times a year we organize and run blood drives at the parish center.

Soup Suppers
We hold several Soup Suppers fall and winter. We use proceeds to support seminarians studying for the priesthood and parish youth activities.

Parish Picnic
The Knights are the grill masters for the parish picnic, working with other groups to help make this event a fun-filled success each summer.

Other Activities
Other activities include supporting widows and orphans, Holy Cross Children’s Services, CARE, the youth chili cook-off, Right to Life activities, Special Olympics, and all national and state K of C Charities.

Key Drivers for Knights

  • Faith
    As Knights, our faith is our foundation. We support religious outreach and support and promote religious vocations.
  • Community
    Knights participate in drives to help troubled youth. Knights raise money for individuals who are mentally challenged with our annual Tootsie Roll drive. Knights support Special Olympics.
  • Family
    Serving families is what we do. We provide assistance and support when and where needed. The main mission is to take care of the widow and the orphan.
  • Youth
    We conduct youth-based programs such as the Knights of Columbus Basketball Free Throw Championship. We support other actives such as Youth outreach retreats and their annual mission trip.
  • Fellowship
    To be a Knight means to believe in each other as we believe in ourselves. Councils hold activities that foster fraternal bonds between members. Much of our fraternal activity involves the members doing things to support the parish and other charitable work for our community, especially those in need. A favorite of members is to cut firewood in the fall to help those who need wood to heat their homes in winter.

Other Benefits

  • K of C Insurance
    One of the highest rated in the nation
  • Columbia Magazine
    The Order’s monthly publication
  • Scholarships
  • Widow benefits
  • Orphan benefits
  • K of C Annuity for members

Knights of Columbus News

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