Take the time this Lent to be in prayer through our liturgies, adoration, the Stations of the Cross, Sacrament of Reconciliation, opportunities to give back and fun!
5:00 pm - Saturday and 8:30 am and 10:30 am - Sunday
8:30am and 10:30am Masses are Live streamed connect HERE
Lent is a time of spiritual renewal. Make a commitment to join us each weekend during Lent. Bring your family and invite a friend.
9:00 am in the Daily Chapel - Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
7:00 pm in the Daily Chapel - Thursday
9:00 am Communion Service in the Daily Chapel - Tuesday
The Mass is the source and summit of our Catholic faith. Hear the words of the Gospel, reflect on the daily homily, and worship God in the Eucharist. Followed by the Litany of Prayer for Persecuted Christians
A message series that begins the weekend of February 25th and 26th. The scriptures we hear in Lent offer us many stories of Jesus encountering people who are seeking. In this 6-week message series, we will explore weekly questions that will guide us, challenge us, and hopefully, transform us as we journey through Lent. This process of seeking and questioning can unveil a more authentic, rooted faith.
Time Travelers offers children in grades Kindergarten–5th the opportunity to hear the Liturgy of the Word (readings and Homily) in a vibrant, exciting program at an age appropriate level during Mass. Time Travelers is offered on Sundays at the 8:30am and 10:30am Masses. Come to the Main Worship Space and sit down as a family - 5 minutes before Mass begins, we will call up our "Time Traveler" kids.
Ever had a day when you feel like no one is with you and everything is going wrong? In our Lenten message series for Time Travelers called UGH, we are going to learn how to trust God and Understand God’s Here in those times when God just doesn’t make sense.
Small Groups are where the large church gets small. Groups of 6-10 people gather, share their faith experience and provide encouragement for one another. During Lent, we're starting a new 6-week book that supports the National Eucharistic Revival currently taking place called "Becoming Eucharistic People" - this book encourages what it means to foster a parish culture where the Eucharist infuses the worldview, priorities, and practices of its members.Find out more information with the link below:
40 DAYS OF GIVING FOR LENT
A FOOD COLLECTION FOR SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL
It’s Easy to Participate!
EITHER Collect 1 can or item per day, and deliver your donation to the Food Pantry at the end of Lent (or drop off your donation each week). We have two easy ways for you to drop off your donation! You can visit our Food Pantry behind the Church between 10am and 12pm Tuesdays and Thursdays. Just pop your trunk and our cheery volunteers will take your donations. Or you can drop off your collection in the donation container outside the garage located behind the Church anytime; it is checked daily.
OR Pledge a dollar amount each day, and submit your pledge x 40 at the end of Lent . Drop your check or cash donation in one of the Poor Boxes located in the Atrium near the Welcome Center or in the Parish Office Hallway.
Collection will take place during the 40 days of Lent, beginning Ash Wednesday (2/22/2023) through Easter Sunday (4/9/2023).
9:45 am in the main worship space following morning Mass except on Good Friday, April 15th.
Stations on Good Friday, April 7th, will be at 7:00 pm hosted by our HERO Youth Group
Offered each Saturday from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm or by appointment during the week (609 268 8383).
Wednesdays after 9:00 am Mass - 7:00 pm. Benediction at 7:00 pm
Join us in silent prayer before the Blessed Sacrament for your needs, the needs of the parish and for our Christian brothers and sisters Spend a few minutes, an hour or whatever time your schedule permits.