2022

FALL KICKOFF - 9/10 and 9/11 after ALL MASSES

It's that time of year when our kids and family programs return from summer break and a new message series kicks us off for the Fall season.  Come celebrate with us on the weekend!  


Mass times: Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sundays at 8:30am and 10:30am

The Sunday Masses are livestreamed as well - connect HERE

FOLLOWING EVERY MASS ON THE WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 10TH AND 11TH

Join us in our Complementary Cafe and enjoy some yummy "tailgate" food sure to fill you up, fun games in our courtyard, inspiring music and great fellowship with other individuals within our community. 

NEW FAMILY ORIENTATION FOLLOWING ALL MASSES ON 9/10 AND 9/11

FAMILY AND KIDS PROGRAMS ARE RETURNING AFTER SUMMER BREAK - IF YOU ARE A NEW FAMILY INTERESTED IN THESE PROGRAMS, PLEASE JOIN US AT THE WELCOME CENTER FOR OUR BRIEF NEW FAMILY ORIENTATATION FOLLOWING ALL MASSES ON THE WEEKEND.  

Our KIDZONE and TIME TRAVELERS programs return on Sunday, September 11th.


KIDZONE: For kids ages 2-5 yrs. at the 10:30am Sunday Mass and at all Masses during LIFT weekends  - Contact Lynne Beamer for more information

lbeamer@holyeucharist.org


TIME TRAVELERS: For kids in grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. Offered at the 8:30am and 10:30am Sunday Masses and at all Masses during LIFT weekends - Contact Donna Remaley for more information

dremaley@holyeucharist.org


HEROour Youth Ministry, for teens in grades 8th-12th, returns on Wednesdays, starting September 14th at 6:30pm - contact Jeff Siedlecki for more information


jsiedlecki@holyeucharist.org


LIFT: our once a month Faith Formation program,   starting on September 17th and 18th. For more information on LIFT and/or to register, click the button below or contact Donna Remaley, the Director of Faith Formation.


LIFT


Fall Message Series

Right on the Money - In God we trust

Everyone has a different attitude about money. Some people are spenders, some are savers and some try to ignore it. Whatever your attitude about money, there is no escaping it as a reality of life. Money is a necessary tool for us to take care of our basic necessities, enjoy life, and accomplish our hopes and dreams. 


Because we need money, it can be so easy to get it wrong. We obsess and worry over it and about whether we will have enough of it. We may ignore it and wish it would just go away as a concern. Or we may spend money excessively and waste it. Our heavenly Father knows our need for money, and the ways we struggle to get it right. In this series, we will look at how God wants to see us succeed with money. 


This 5-week message series starts the weekend of September 10th and 11th.