Fellowship

 

 

Men's Fellowship

 Here’s a question using next week’s Scriptures (7/21/19). The First Reading (Gn 18:  1 - 10a) is the story of Abraham showing hospitality to visiting angels who tell him he is to have a son. The book of Hebrews (13: 1-2) has this to say about being hospitable to one another: “Keep on loving each other as brothers. Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it.” How would you define hospitality? What are your strengths and weaknesses regarding hospitality?

 MEN’S FELLOWSHIP meets every Saturday morning, 7:30-9:00. Between 10 and 20 men of various ages and experience join together in a classroom for prayer, scripture study and discussion.  You are welcome to attend one time or every week.  No advance registration is necessary.  Call Gerry Connell ( 248.761.2215) for more information.

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 Moms' Fellowship

STAY AT HOME MOMS with young children meet each Tuesday morning

from 10:30 - 12:00 Noon

in one of the classrooms to enjoy fellowship, conversation and prayer.

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YOUTH MINISTRY for high school students:  The group meets for activities, service and recreation on its own or together with youth groups from other parishes.  The schedule of meeting dates and times is published in THE SPOTLIGHT and on this web menu page.  For more information call the Youth Minister, Mrs. Elaine Cevera (248 -739 - 0916 0r 248.649.5510,  ext. 105) or email at [email protected]

 

July 15 - 19:  8:45 AM - 12 PM, Vacation Bible School; volunteers needed

 Save the Date:  August 6, 2019, Cedar Point Trip!

August 7:  8:45 AM - 12:15 PM, Gleaners service trip

 

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Lunch Bunch

The Lunch Bunch members and guests meet at NOON on the third Thursday of the month

for light lunch, conversation and activities.  

Next luncheon: in the fall of 2019

To volunteer to set up or help in the clean up, call Marie Reitzloff, 248.689.4297.

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The opportunity for COFFEE AND DONUTS after the 9:30 and 11:00 Sunday Masses is made possible by volunteer families or friends willing to host after one Mass. The cost of the donuts and bagels is covered by the parish.  As a volunteer, your responsibility is to pick up the donuts, arrange them to be serviced, make coffee and clean up afterwards.  This activity is cancelled during the summer months.

 

Weather permitting, parishioners are invited to gather for COFFEE IN THE GARDEN once a week after 9 AM daily Mass.  Volunteers prepare coffee; anyone may contribute a tasty breakfast treat or simply attend and enjoy the camaraderie. 

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Bible and Bagels

Wednesday mornings, 10 - noon.  Meetings begin with a continental breakfast, followed by instructional video,  then table discussions.  Each series is centered around a designated theme.

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Book Club

The Book Club meets on the first Thursday  of each month at 7:00 PM in the Social Hall.

The title of the selected book is usually published in the parish bulletin and on the website.

Next meeting: To be announced.

Call Justine, 248.641.9609, for further information.

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A group of novice and experienced MAH JONG players gather each Monday in the social hall to play the game from noon until 3.  New players, always welcome.

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Special events are scheduled throughout the year.

 Annual Parish Picnic

                                                      Blessing of the Pets

Celebrating the Fifth Anniversary of Christ, Our Light! Parish, 2018

Seasonal Concerts