Christmas In July

Working with area charities such as Aurora House, Helping Hands of Saint Louis, Central City Ministry Schools etc., this ministry invites parishioners to help God’s people in need by donating items listed as decorations on “giving trees” located in the Narthex during the month of July.  If you would like to donate please look for the “giving tree” in the Narthex in July or contact Janet Secrest, 419-474-5604 or Pam Simrell 419-297-1099.

Happy Hatters

A ministry that demonstrates the love of Christ in providing hats, mittens, and gloves to children in central city catholic schools. The Happy Hatters welcome more knitters and crocheters please contact the Parish Office.

Health Cabinet

Educational help to improve the health of the parish including blood pressure checks. Contact Mary Devine at

Most Blessed Sacrament Outreach

A ministry that attends to the needs of parishioners and others in the area by providing funds for utility bills, food, household items and financial emergencies. Additionally, this ministry visits parishioners in the hospital and nursing homes. If you would like to be involved additional help is needed.  Please contact John Roesner, 419-476-3963 or

Pumpkin Pie Project

In the spirit of gratitude parishioners bake Thanksgiving pies for St Paul’s Community Center where 350 people share the annual holiday meal. If you would like to contribute pies Thanksgiving week please contact Carla Majewski at 419-472-0041 or


The Quilters of Most Blessed Sacrament Parish are dedicated to creating lap quilts for those in need as a sign of our parish’s care and concern.  In addition, we are working with Gabriel’s Gowns to help provide burial gowns for infants who have never left the hospital.  If you like to sew/quilt or need more information, please contact Molly LeBlanc 419-537-9956 or

Respect Life

This ministry promotes the Catholic position of a consistent ethic of life and serves families in the ongoing task of protecting and enhancing human life through education, pastoral care, and advocacy. Contact the Parish Office.

Saint Louis Soup Kitchen

Members of the Most Blessed Sacrament parish volunteer once a month to help prepare meals for those in need of nourishment. Additional hands to help God’s children are needed.  Contact Tom Ulrich 419-472-7650 or


The St. Anthony Society of the Most Blessed Sacrament Parish provides opportunities for our 60+ parishioners to grow spiritually, build community, and provide a sense of fun and fellowship with dinners and outings. Contact the parish office for more information.