Sister Jean Williams

All will be well, and you yourself shall see that every manner of thing will be well. -Julian of Norwich

All has been well and will continue to be well as my spirit is quieted through the practice of centering prayer.

I am grateful for the support of community, family, and friends.

I look back to the grace of 20 years of teaching and 20 years of directing parish religious education programs. My present ministry, providing dietary support to our main kitchen staff, is both joyful and suited to my skills. All is well.

2022 – 62 Years a Sister

Prayer Ministry

Pray for the unemployed

Sister Jean’s hospitality ministry extends from the Food Service Team for Marywood to Kids Food Basket.

Sister Jean’s ministry in dietary support includes preparation of salad bar items for Ratisbon.

Sister Jean Williams is one of four blood sisters who took vows as Grand Rapids Dominican Sisters. Pictured (left to right) are Joyce, Jean, Joan, and Catherine.

When Sister Jean is not working in the kitchen, she is busy making about 165 scrubbies each year to gift family and friends.

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