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  • Stations of the Cross

    Wednesdays during Lent at 5:30 pm (February 24 – March 31)  
    Have you always been curious about the annual Lenten Stations and Soup program, but never attended? Here are a few reasons you should give it a try!

    We all know how hard it can be to venture out once again when you have gone home from a long day at work or school. With the convenient time of 5:30 pm, you can stop on your way home from work or school. Or even stop at home pick up your family and go to stations. Typically, stations last about 30 minutes, it gives you an opportunity to slow down and center yourself into a prayerful mood.

    The Stations of the Cross are a powerful experience that can be meaningful to people of all ages including children. The prayer book Queen of Peace uses captures the last hours of Jesus life in a way that’s personal and relatable, and the experience will give parents a lot to discuss with their children.

    Soup to Go (February 24 – March 24)
    After stations, you’re cordially invited to join us in the Gathering Space to grab a bowl of soup, to go home with. The cost you ask? A freewill offering to Project Operation Rice Bowl. This program has been around for decades-do you remember it from your childhood? Give it a try this season we will be able to socially distance! This event is sponsored by the Respect Life Committee. 

    Virtual Stations of the Cross
    We know that many are participating from the safety of their home with the pandemic, so we are offering Virtual Stations of the Cross this year! We invite you watch this video each week.

  • Ash Wednesday

    Mark your calendar for Ash Wednesday on February 17th. Our Ash Wednesday Mass times will be 6:30am, 8:30am (livestreamed), 5:30pm, 7:00pm. 

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  • New Bible Study

    Are you interested in starting a new Bible Study? We are looking at beginning a new Bible Study on From Genesis to Jesus – and are considering a small in-person group as well as a Zoom group – depending on what people are most interested in. It’s a wonderful study using the Word and video and Sacred Art to discuss how Catholics are called to read and understand the Bible. We haven’t decided on days and times yet – so if you are interested, please email Chery.