SAVE THE DATE - Annual Harvest Fest

Our Annual Harvest Fest Will Be Held On: 
Saturday, September 8th & 
Sunday, September 9th 

A Full schedule of Harvest Fest Events will be coming soon.  Check back for updates!  In the meantime, please see below for opportunities to help out:

Harvest Fest Basket Raffle:  It is not too early to think about donating a basket for the Parish Harvest Fest.   In keeping with the high quality over the years, we ask each basket contain items with a total minimum value of $60.  Consider asking a few families to go in together to create a basket.  Come up with your own theme or call me and I can give you ideas.  Baskets may be brought to school office anytime after September 4 with a deadline of September 7th.  It is very helpful to have an itemized list of the items written out and attached as a tag to the basket.  To add your name to the donation list, or for ideas, please call Bobbi O’Leary at 758-9620 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The basket raffle is pure profit for the Harvest Fest and is always one of the most popular events.  Thank you in advance for your donation. 

Harvest Fest Silent Auction: Your help is needed to collect new, useful, unique, enjoyable and handcrafted items for our annual Harvest Fest Silent Auction. Popular contributions in the past have included gift cards, electronics, family getaway packages, craft items, tickets to events, sports apparel and collectables, small appliances, and workshop tools. Be creative! We've auctioned off a homemade pie-a-month for a year, lawn care services, handmade fishing lures, dinner out plus babysitting for a special mom & dad date night. Donations can be made now through Tuesday, September 5, 2018, at the rectory office located at 1815 Ravine Street. Office hours are M-Thur.— 8 AM-Noon and 1-4 PM; and Friday from 8 am—Noon. Please indicate the approximate dollar value of your donation and the name of the donor on each item you contribute or complete the following information below and include with your item.  Questions may be directed to Mary Ellen O’Leary, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 608-756-1157 or Connie O’Leary, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 608-289-1394.  Thank you in advance for your service to our parish.

Harvest Fest Bake Sale Reminder:  Summer is quickly flying by, please start thinking about a favorite recipe to share for the Harvest Fest Bake Sale.  In August when the raffle tickets are ready to pick up, included in that envelope will also be the sign-up sheet for the Bake Sale.  Please fill it out, whether you will make a donation of money or baked goods.  This will help us when it comes to making phone calls for the Harvest Fest.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Sheila Smith – 752-3821 or Deb Somerville – 295-9114.  Thank You.

Family Spotlight - The Enerson Family


It is great to put names to the faces we see at Parish functions, in the pews and around town. The Office Faith Formation is going to feature a family on a monthly basis on the website and in our bulletin.  Let’s get to know our Parish Community!  We are looking for Parish, Faith Formation & School Families to feature.  Please contact Heidi in the Office of Faith Formation at 755-5183 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We look forward getting to know you!

              pdf This month, our Family Spotlight is featuring the Enerson Family.  Click here for the full story! (461 KB)

Praying the Rosary

The Rosary will be prayed every Monday at 7:00pm in the Chapel.  If any questions, please call Bill Brennan at 608-449-0502.

Gluten-Free Hosts Available

St. William offers gluten-free hosts to address the needs of those affected by Celiac disease or other conditions.  If you wish to receive a gluten-free host, when it is time to receive communion, we ask that you say “gluten-free” clearly and audibly for the Priest or Eucharistic Minister to hear.  Please do this every time, even when you think the Priest or Eucharistic Minister knows who you are.  If you have a child who will be receiving a gluten-free host please make sure that they also speak clearly as well.


Handicapped Accessible

St. William Catholic Church was built with handicapped features in mind.  Getting around is easy at St. William as everything is located on one floor and no stairs are required.  The circular driveway at the church door entrance acts as a nice drop-off/pick-up access area and leads right into the private parking lot which has several handicapped parking spaces available too!