The Parish Finance Council is charged with the budgeting and tracking of the finances of the Parish.
Contact: at 402-681-5761.
As the primary women’s organization in the parish, the Guild strives to foster a spirit of Christian fellowship and to respond to the material needs of the community. Participation in Guild activities may be through membership in one of its Circles or simply through helping on a Guild/Circle committee or project. Follow this link for a description of each of the Circles.
Guild President –
A parish-wide community of sons, brothers, husbands and fathers. This diverse group wants to live out what it means to be Catholic. Living Catholic in today’s secular world has many difficulties. The goals of the Men’s Club is to support its members through friendship and prayer. Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the month.
Provides mothers of all ages an opportunity for fellowship, communal prayer and ongoing education.
Contact: at 402-898-4626.
A Catholic men’s fraternal organization. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious & social welfare themes while focusing on family, church, and community activities. Over 130 members participate in about 20 activities each year serving hundreds of people.
Meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Contact: at 402-981-1584.
St. Margaret Mary’s Legion of Mary has started a Junior Legion of Mary for children between the ages of 10-18!
To find out more CLICK HERE for the Junior Legion Invitation letter.
, Scoutmaster, 402-301-6192
, Advancement Coordinator
– Cubmaster – 402-517-7004 (cell)
Since 1991 Pack 378 has helped boys make new friends and learn new things in an environment designed to help them succeed. Cub Scouts is for boys kindergarten through fifth grades, or 6 to 10 years old. We would love to have you join Pack 378 for the Adventures that Cub Scouts get to go on!
Contacts: Sheila Hudson, Great Plains Girl Scouts Membership Director, 402-779-8228,
Girls from ages 5 to 17 who live within the parish boundaries are eligible to join the Girl Scout Program. A major focus of Girl Scouts is community service, and the motivating force is a spiritual one. The program teaches the girls to be leaders in the community through involvement in fun activities. Numerous volunteer opportunities are available.