OLGMC Habitat for Humanity Day


Monday, October 28, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Join the OLG Men’s Club for a Habitat for Humanity homebuilding service event. No building experience required. We need at least 12 volunteers. Must be at least 16 years-of-age to participate. Some companies offer days off for volunteer work, so be sure to check with yor employer before registering to see if you are elligible!

Visit and contact Pat Turley at to register.

Lenten Fish Fry & Pasta Bar

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Friday, April 5, 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Includes Tin Fish-battered cod, pasta, baked potato, Cole slaw, bread/butter and cake. Father Kevin Finnegan’s Pub includes Guinness on tap, microbrews and wine for an additional charge. Live music and raffle. Drive-through available.


Tickets are $15 adults, $5 ages (10 and under)


Here is your opportunity to play a role in the Twin Cities best fish fry!  Click here to sign-up for a spot at what is one of the best volunteer opportunities out there.  Tons of fun and a great event that brings the entire Parish community together.

Winter Gala



This year’s Gala silent auction opens on February 2 at 8:00 AM and the entire OLG community can participate whether attending the Gala or not.  Funds raised will help update our school SmartBoard and network infrastructure.  Item information and details on how to participate can be found here or by clicking the button below.  The auction will close the night of the Gala on February 9.  Thank you in advance for your support!



6:00 PM • Silent Auction - Appetizers
7:30 • Dinner - Fund the Need


Jeff Jensen and the Vanguards
DJ and Dancing


$150 per person
Table Host (10 guests): $1,500

We expect tickets to sell out quickly given space constraints so please do not delay.


Semi-Formal attire is encouraged but not required.

If you are unable to attend
and but would still like to support the Gala click here to donate to Fund-the-Need.


Contact Gala Chair Jeff and Cathleen Cachat at or 952-905-9035.



Christmas Tree Lot

From the Friday after Thanksgiving to a few days before Christmas, the Our Lady of Grace parking lot is host to the best tree lot in the Twin Cities. The tree lot features award winning, locally grown Christmas trees, sold by the best salesmen around…you!
The tree lot is 100% volunteer staffed and is a great service opportunity to meet some of your fellow parishioners. This is the second largest service project of the year and all proceeds go to supporting OLG school, youth programs and greater community.

Want to be a Tree Lot Captain this year?

Thanks to all who have signed up to be Tree Lot Captains this year.  We still have a lot of openings and need more people to step up.  Please consider being a captain - it's easy and you won't regret It.

The Tree Lot team helps you get set up before your shift.  You just need to send a couple of emails to help recruit a bunch of guys and then show up and help people find the Christmas tree of their dreams.

Want to volunteer for a shift?

Don't want to captain, but want to help out?  We have plenty of slots open.  We always need help Thanksgiving Weekend, so please consider helping during those days.  

Feel free to peruse the days to find a spot that works for you.  This is also a great way to get to know new people. 

To sign up, click HERE.

When: Late Nov – Christmas (or until trees run out)
Where: The Basketball / Teatherball courts of Our Lady of Grace
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Chip Furman (
Dick Ward (
Bill Dubbs (