Confessional— We are replicating the old Confessional of St Gerard and using the original doors on each side as well as adapting one door for a window screen.
There are so many small items that need to be done, a donation to the General Fund for Furnishings will make a big difference in all the little touches that will make this Church our home.
Please help us provide comfortable new chairs for to be installed in the choir loft. Each chair costs $250 and will provide decades of comfort for our wonderful choir. Actual Chair may vary from photo.
Altar of Repose— The Altar of Repose from St Gerard is made of Crema Marfil Marble and spans 3/4 the altar width flanked by marble pedestals for our altar flowers. The Altar will be reconstructed, cleaned and polished.
Donation Needed: $25,000 ~ Please Inquire
The 11AM Traditional Choir is looking for additional members. If you have a desire to worship God in song, can carry a tune, and can commit to a weekly rehearsal, we’d love to have you join us. We are working towards a fantastic Dedication Ceremony for the new Church.
Rehearsals are Thursdays from 7:30-9:00 pm upstairs in Room 202. The Children’s Choir will begin rehearsing soon. We will email all parents of previous cherubs and post a bulletin notice when we have a firm start date. The Children’s choir will be singing at many of the 8:30am masses later in the fall.
If you would like to participate in any of the music ministries or need further information, please contact Dan Marcacci, Director of Music via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Bible Study
All women of the parish are invited to join us for our Women’s Bible Study on Thursday afternoons
2-4 pm in Kiernan Hall
September 19th – November 21st
We will be studying the Eucharistic Theology series by Dr. Brant Petre.
Please let us know if you would like more information about our Women’s Bible Study through the form below.
Helping to maintain the altar linens is a silent, generous way to serve God and the parish community. Parishioners take turns each week for collecting, cleaning and pressing the linens used during masses and on the altar.