Learn About the Parish

Our parish community offers a beautiful campus set on the westside of the city of Milwaukee.  Join us for Mass or call us anytime to discuss your questions and concerns. 


The community of St. Margaret Mary Parish welcomes you to come and explore what we have to offer you.
We envision ourselves as a faith community characterized by diversity.

  • We desire spiritual vitality of a faith-filled people;
  • We encourage and nurture  leadership, calling on each member to exercise stewardship of prayer, ministry and finance;
  • We are committed to education for all ages, by instilling religious values, providing moral standards and encouraging global awareness;
  • We collaborate with others to evangelize and work for social justice


St. Margaret Mary Parish Community is committed to developing and sustaining an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and proclaiming the reign of God.

Archdiocese of Milwaukee Mission Statement: 

To proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through his saving death and resurrection by calling, forming and sending disciples to go and make new disciples.  As a people, we are called to encounter Jesus through the Sacramental Life of the Church. 




Information about our campus

We are located at the corner of 92nd & Capitol.  We are easily accessible from Interstate 45, take the Capitol Drive exit and go east until you see 92nd Street.  We have ample parking in our large lot.  The Church building sits on the west side of our campus, right at the corner.  The Parish Center is directly east of the Church and is also connected to our school.  Our rectory building is the residence of our Administrator, Fr. Pat Nelson, and faces 92nd Street.  Our gym and gym basement hall face 92nd Street as well.  All of our entrances are clearly marked and along 92nd Street.  If you have further questions about directions, what our campus has to offer or anything else, please call the parish center at 414-461-6073.  Or email mblinkhorn@stmmp.org.  


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