Thank you for visiting the Mother of Good Counsel website. If you are unfamiliar with MGC, please use the sidebar to navigate your way through our many ministry programs and worship opportunities. At MGC we welcome everyone on their own spiritual walk with our Lord Jesus Christ. We have a wide range of ministries that welcome volunteers and encourage participation in our faith community.
We would like to invite you and your family to consider Mother of Good Counsel Parish, if you do not already have a church. We welcome all to learn and participate in our Catholic faith. We have many ministries for people at all ages and stages of life. Groups that we sponsor include Bible studies, Scout troops, Children's and Adult choirs, Bell choir, Outreach Ministries and much more.
We also have a fantastic school, known for academic excellence and faithful Catholic values. Our K3-8th grade students are more like a family than classmates as our faculty implements buddy and peace building programs in the classroom to encourage a supportive atmosphere.
If you are a current school or parish family, we have included resources on our website to help keep you informed of the many activities happening here at MGC. You can read the bulletin, view pictures of our latest events or check Mass times for Holy Days and other special services.
After Mass on the 1st Sunday of the month we have donuts, coffee and fellowship (not during Lent). It is a great time to meet parishioners and make new friends. We are personally interested in helping you and your family come to know our Savior through this special Catholic faith community.
As always you are welcome to stop by our parish office at anytime. We look forward to seeing you at Mass and around our neighborhood. Peace!
Mother of Good Counsel is a welcoming, diverse Catholic Christian community. We strive to make our Savior known to people of all ages through prayer, worship, education and service. We commit ourselves to be an anchor of stability in our neighborhood & beyond by collaborating with our cluster parishes and other faith communities and by cooperating with civic groups.