Your Time and Talent are Needed!

Your Time and Talent are Needed!

Do you feel a desire to be trained as a Eucharistic Minister? 
Do you feel a prompting to proclaim the Word of God as a Lector at Mass? 
Are you called to comfort the grieving by serving at the Altar for funeral Masses?
Do you want to steward financial offerings by gathering the collection? 
Have you been waiting for a specific call to serve?


THIS IS THAT CALL!

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

We are so happy to welcome everyone back as we return from summer and begin our new Collaborative Weekend Mass Schedule! We are excited for the launch our new Collaborative 9:00am Family Mass and for the return of our Collaborative 5:00pm Youth Mass! To celebrate we’ll have outdoor Coffee and Donuts after the 9:00am Mass and Make Your Own Sundaes after the 5:00pm Mass:

Sunday, September 12th on the lawn at St. Paul

Sunday, September 19th on the lawn at St. John

Please join us!

New Collaborative Weekend Mass Schedule Begins the Weekend of September 11-12

New Collaborative Weekend Mass Schedule Begins the Weekend of September 11-12

Our current Summer Mass Schedule is in effect through Sunday, September 5 (Labor Day weekend.) As we look to the fall, we are mindful that the pandemic is not completely behind us and that uncertainty remains. At the same time, thanks to the formidable work of scientists and health care workers (not to mention our own vigilance!), we can begin to plan more concretely for the months ahead, and to bring back many of the things that provide a richer Mass experience for our community.

We have developed a weekend Mass schedule for the upcoming fall through spring that…

Family Mass Fellowships Are Back!

Family Mass Fellowships Are Back!

We are excited to bring back our 9:00am Family Mass Fellowships!  We will have monthly celebrations of the Liturgy of the Word with Family Mass music and participation from our families.  We will send Zoom invitation information to all Religious Education families and those who participated in the Spring.  If you