St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
94 North Lincoln Street
Post Office Box 396
Elkhart Lake, WI 53020-0396
Fr. Dan Volkert
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Phone: (920) 876-2457
Fax: (920) 876-2036
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic parish in the northernmost corner of the diocese of Milwaukee. St. Thomas Aquinas is located in scenic Elkhart Lake, WI near the historic resort "The Osthoff" and the road course "Road America".
Toy Program - Due December 1
We are collecting new, unwrapped gifts for the needy. Items for 10-14 year olds are especially needed. Drop off donations Donations under the Giving Trees in the back of church, St. Vincent de Paul store, Salvation Army, Wal-mart, Walgreens or Kohler Credit Union.
Parish Retreat - December 6
Learn and pray about how God calls all of us into sharing a greater life and love with Him. The retreat will consist of a series of presentations with discussion. Look at the ways God can call us into a deeper union with Him. What a fantastic way to prepare for the birth of Christ at Christmas! Lunch will be provided. Open to adults. We will end the retreat with Mass. Retreat will be held at St. Fridolin's in Glenbeulah from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 .m. There is no cost associated with this event. More info coming. Register online or print the Registration Form and return by November 28.
Wanted - Holiday Cookies! - December 13
Help STA Christian Women make STA "cookie walk" a success by baking a couple batches of cookies. Drop off cookies at the chapel from 10:00 a.m. until 12 noon on Saturday, December 13.
Christmas Giving Trees - Due December 14
Trees in the back of church are decorated with tags that include a family’s “wish”. Take a tag and purchase the gift item and securely reattach the tag. Place the tagged unwrapped gifts beneath a tree by December 14.
Head-to-Toe Holiday Drive - Due December 15
St. Vincent de Paul Society will distribute items to needy children. Please place unwrapped items around the Christmas Giving Trees in the back of church.
Stewardship is a way of life - something we practice in a dozen little ways every day. St. John the Baptist is a "stewardship parish." We, as Catholics, are called to live out our Gospel values in small ways and large; each member putting their God-given gifts and talents to use. To see a list of some of the ways you can put your gift of time to use see our Stewardship Opportunities Catalog. Use the Stewardship Form to signup.
Safeguarding All of God's Family
The goal of the "Safeguarding All of God's Family" program of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee is to protect our children and all in the church family from sexual abuse and related dangers. Compliance with this directive is closely monitored by the archdiocese. Please help us stay in compliance by attending a session if you volunteer.
Anyone who works with children through the school or church is required to attend this program. Pre-registration is required. For more details, visit the SJB website.
What Does Evangelization Mean For Me?
The New Evangelization is a process in which we come to grow in a greater knowledge of our faith. In doing so, we are able to live out our faith in a greater way. Finally, by being a living witness to our faith in the world we will help others to draw closer to God and His Church. The New Evangelization is an opportunity, a pilgrimage (journey) to rediscover the joy and confidence of believing in our Lord and to enthusiastically profess that faith as a true encounter and relationship with Jesus Christ. Transmitting the faith means to create in every place and time the conditions which lead to his encounter between the person and Jesus Christ. Essentially, the New Evangelization will that will help all the youth as well as adults to come to know the faith, to live the faith out, and to be able to speak about the faith with confidence to invite people into the Church. Learn more!
Built in 1896, and formerly known as St. George, this parish was once part of the Green Bay diocese. In 1967, a new building was built to accommodate those from both parishes of St. Fridolin of Glenbeulah (1865) (see pictures below) and members of St. George in Elkhart Lake. On July 1, 2001, St. Fridolin and St. George merged to become the parish now known as St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Fridolin is still maintained and can be utilized for special functions. It is located at 210 N. Dillingha.m., Glenbeulah, WI 53023.
At least one of the couple proposing to get married must be an active member of the Catholic Faith and of St. Thomas Aquinas. Wedding dates must be booked a minimum of 6 months in advance of the wedding date. View additional wedding policies for St. Thomas Aquinas.