Parish News


Please mark your calendar now! We are asking that all ministers please attend these workshops in September. Eucharistic Ministers and Welcome Ministers, Saturday, Sept.12, 11-12:30. Readers, Saturday, September 19, 10:30-11:45. The training is important for updates & changes (that some of us are missing) and for community discussion.


Are you homebound? Do you know someone who is homebound?

We have Eucharistic Ministers to the Homebound who are more than happy to take Communion to our homebound parishioners either once or twice a month. If you would like a Eucharistic Minister to visit, please contact the parish office or Barbara Harrison.


We will begin collecting books for the book sale on August 1 & 2, before and after each weekend Mass. If you are unable to drop your books off over the weekend, call the office to make arrangements during the week or drop them off Tue & Wed, 5-9pm.


Volunteers are needed to help sort, and set up books to get ready for the sale. We will be working Tuesday - Thursday, 5-9pm. Join us for a couple of hours and get a free preview of our selection. Call the office, email Rose, or signup in the church foyer.


Another way to increase stewardship is to recycle ink cartridges & old electronics: phones, iPads, iPods, MP3, cameras, & laptops. Drop them off in the church foyer or in the office.


Our next gathering for those 55 and up will be Tuesday, July 7 at 12pm in Carvlin Hall. We will have a speaker from Jesuit Volunteer Corps. We will also be discussing some outings for the group. Bring your ideas and we will schedule some away days. Bring a dish to share. Invite others to join us. The more the merrier.


Food and toiletry items are always needed to keep out pantry stocked. We are especially needing single serve items to hand out to homeless people. Remember to bring in items like peanut butter, canned meats, pastas, pudding cups, fruit cups, rice, beans, and canned fruit and vegetables. Bring your donations for the food barrels. for the public on Saturday, July 11th, 10am – 4pm.

© Michael E. Evernden 2015