St. Dominic Catholic Parish has a long history and, therefore, we have various locations associated with our parish. Our current campus is located on Capitol Drive and has expanded over the years with added facilities—the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic and the St. Dominic Baseball Fields. The St. Dominic Cemetery is located near Lisbon and Marcy Roads where the original Marcy Church was located.
Campus Maps and Directions
Directional signs on the parish grounds provide navigation to the main buildings, entrances, and facilities. For an overview of our campus, please see the map below.
The main facilities include the church, the Marcy Center (located on the lower level of the church), the parish school, the Parish Athletic Facility (PAF), the Parish Arts & Activities Center (PAAC), the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic, and the St. Dominic baseball fields.
Parish Athletic Facility
Parish Arts & Activities Center
Room Reservation and Scheduling
- Reservation and scheduling of all facilities must be completed in advance. Preference is given to liturgical, sacramental, formational, and parish programs and events.
- Non-parish groups wishing to use our facilities must comply with the policies of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Protected Self-Insurance Program. Information is provided upon request.
Safety and Security
St. Dominic Catholic Parish takes the safety and security of our children, visitors, members, and staff seriously. A variety of safety measures have been put in place in coordination with the local police and fire departments. Please be advised that cameras are in place throughout our campus.
St. Dominic Cemetery
Prayer Service for the Visitation of a Loved One's Grave Site
St. Dominic was founded as a pioneering mission of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee. The original lannon stone church building dedicated to St. Dominic was located on a site at West Lisbon and Marcy Roads. it was affectionately known as "Marcy Church." Some records indicate that this was the first Catholic Church in Waukesha County. In August 1986, the old Marcy Church was in such ill repair that it was demolished for safety reasons.
The St. Dominic Cemetery is still located at this site. It is closed for new burials.
A sketched map of the cemetery and a cemetery memorial listing is also available for download.
St. Dominic Cemetery Map
St. Dominic Cemetery Listing
Columbarium at the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic
Having gained necessary approvals, St. Dominic Catholic Parish intends to construct a columbarium as an extension of the St. Dominic Prayer Gardens in Fall 2020. This columbarium will provide an option to inter loved ones in a Catholic columbarium, on church property remaining at St. Dominic, their church home, in an environment cared for by the community of parishioners for generations to come.
The columbarium supports and nurtures the Corporal Work of Mercy – to bury the dead – with reverence, respect, and dignity; and the hope of the Resurrection that is expected by the Church.
More information is available on our funerals page:
Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic
The Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic are dedicated to the greater honor and glory of God, and his abiding presence and blessing in this faith community. The Gardens provide comfort to those seeking a quiet place to reflect and remember. It is a place for rejoicing with a newly married couple and place to gather for First Communion and baptismal photos.
There are eight themed gardens in the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic:
- The St. Dominic Garden
- Jesus With Children Garden
- The Pieta Garden
- The Holy Family Garden
- The Bell Tower Garden
- The Easter Vigil Garden
- The Jubilee Garden
- Memorial Plaza Entry Garden
The Memorial Plaza is a place to remember loved ones and lies at the main entrance to the Gardens. In the center of the Gardens is the statue of St. Dominic, our parish patron saint. On the terrace is the cross of Christ rising above, and overlooking the Gardens and shrines.
Prayer Gardens support
Please consider making a gift in your own name or contributing in someone else's name by remembering a birthday or anniversary. The Gardens are also a special place to remember those who are no longer among us with a memorial gift in their name. Opportunities for individual recognition for the Prayer Garden Terrace begin at $2,500. In addition to sponsorship, you can support the ongoing care of the Prayer Gardens through the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic Fund.
Please contact Karen Chaffee in the Parish Center for more information on how you can help support the continued blessing of the Prayer Gardens of St. Dominic.