Calling all young Adults, both Single and Married (with children): we’d love to see you at our monthly Village Gatherings after the 11 am Mass. We gather as a community to share a potluck lunch and get to know our fellow parishioners. We’d love to see you there!
See the links below to sign-up for upcoming Gatherings!
CANCELED – Sunday, June 11
Sunday, July 9
Sunday, August 13
MOQ’s Pro-Life Ministry
The Mary Our Queen Respect Life Ministry presents
In His Image, Male and Female He Created Them
Wednesday, March 15
10:15 to Noon | St. Joseph’s Hall
Please join us for a presentation by Beverly Stone that examines the lingering harm done by the feminist movement and the resulting dilemmas we face as people of God in the current social climate. We’ll consider how the Church equips us to restore reason and bring the truth about God and the human person back into society. The talk will be followed by a discussion. Noon mass follows. Please RSVP through the contact from below.
Questions? Contact us through the form below.
Contact Respect Life Committee
Grief Care Support Group | A New Ministry at Mary Our Queen
Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. ~ Matthew 5:4
Grief Care is a seven week program led by parish volunteers who have or are currently experiencing their own grief journey. The group will meet for seven consecutive weeks on Monday evenings. If you are interested in joining us or have questions, please register or contact us through the form below.
7 week journey on Monday Evenings | February 6 to March 20, 2023
7pm to 8:30pm | St. Therese Conference Room (upstairs in Trinity Building)
Week 1: Introduction and Overview
Week 2: Beginning to accept the reality of loss
Week 3: Experiencing the pain of grief
Week 4: Adjusting to the environment without your loved one
Week 5: Reconciling grief with your daily life
Week 6: Journeying toward a new normal
Week 7: Moving toward closure
Believing that grief is a natural response to loss and a necessary process in adjusting to change, we endeavor to support the bereaved in their mourning. Support Groups strive to facilitate:
- Expression of Emotion and Thought about loss, including sadness, pain anxiety, anger, loneliness, guilt, relief, solation confusion or numbness.
- Challenges that often follow a loss can include: disorganization tiredness, trouble concentrating, sleep deprivation, vivid dreams and changes in appetite.
A new ministry at MOQ
MARY’S MOMS Invites you to
Moms and Muffins
Second and Fourth Tuesday of the Month
April 25, May 9 and 23
10am | Religious Education Conference Room
We are excited to announce that Mary Our Queen is kicking off a new ministry for mothers, Mary’s Moms! While we hope to offer many social and spiritual events for moms in all walks of life, we are starting with a Thursday morning play group. We will meet the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 10am in the room outside the RE offices, across from the parish hall. We will have toys for your little ones and coffee and muffins for the moms to enjoy.
Join us the first Monday of every month for Rosary and Rosé!
Our next Rosary and Rosé will be May 1 at 7pm upstairs in the Trinity Building.
If you are interested in joining the Mom’s group and want to receive communication about upcoming events fill out the contact form below
We are looking to start a group for Singles and Married Couples in their 20s/30s. This group is to help members connect socially and participate in the life, mission and work of our parish. If you are interested, please contact through the form below.
Contact the Young Adult Ministry
We provide Coffee and Light Breakfast options to parishioners and visitors after the 8:30AM Mass on Sundays. Our goal is to give people a chance to connect with old and new friends promoting a feeling of community and fellowship.
Contact the Sunday Coffee Ministry
The Women’s Guild meets on the 2nd Monday of each month (Sept – May) in the evening and is open to all women of the parish. We host a variety of service projects as well as annual events such as our Bid n’ Buy fundraiser, our popular BUNCO night, and Stations of the Cross through Mary’s eyes. Our goal is to provide fellowship for parish women to connect, share foods & beverages and get to know our MOQ family.
Contact the Women's Guild
HOSPITALITY plans, coordinates, and hosts receptions for special parish occasions with the purpose to promote community fellowship.
Our ministry welcomes newcomers to the parish and acquaints them with the ministries and activities of the church.
Volunteer for the Welcome Committee