October 8, 2021

Parish Blood Drive – Cancelled

Due to ongoing pandemic concerns, the Parish Blood Drive scheduled for 10/17 has unfortunately been cancelled.  We are indeed sorry for this inconvenience as the need for blood is so great.
October 5, 2021

Religious Education Classes to begin 10/13 and 10/17

In-person Religious Education classes for students in Grades 1 – 7 will begin in mid-October! Classes for Grades 1 – 5 will be held on Sundays from 8:45 – 9:45 am in Annunciation School beginning on October 17th.  Classes for Grades 6 and 7 will meet from 7 – 8:30pm on Wednesdays at Annunciation School beginning on October 13th.    There is a remote learning option available to parish families.   Please contact the Religious Ed office if you are interested.                                         […]
October 1, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – October 3, 2021

                For many people, there was a time in life when we were complimented if someone guessed our age to be more than it was.  Now, we are complimented when someone thinks our age to be less than it is.  Somewhere along the way, a transition took place.  But when did it happen?  Most of us do not remember.  We only know that it did.                 Our attitude toward aging is an interesting thing.  We live in a youth-oriented culture.  Everyone seems to think the ideal age is about twenty-five.  Those who are […]
September 24, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – September 26, 2021

          Have you ever wondered why millions of people watch soap operas on television?  The answer, it seems to me, is not difficult to find.  Our real lives tend to become so dull and drab, but those people on the screen lead lives of daily intrigue and romance.  So people by the multiplied thousands sit before their televisions and escape from the world of monotonous reality into a world of exciting fantasy.           For some people, even religion can be used in somewhat the same way.  We live in a world of […]
September 17, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – September 19, 2021

In Colossians 3:16-17, we’re told: “Let the word of Christ, rich as it is, dwell in you.  In wisdom made perfect, instruct and admonish one another.  Sing gratefully to God from your hearts in psalms, hymns, and inspired songs.  Whatever you do, whether in speech or in action, do it in the name of the Lord, Jesus.” The gift of speech is to be used to praise and worship God.  It is to be used to create joy and laughter and song.  It is meant to persuade us in those things that are for our good and God’s glory.  It […]