If you enjoyed the Bob Goff, LOVE DOES, book/video small group study this fall or if you find that you are looking for a short, but meaningful study for Lent, then you aren’t going to want to miss out on EVERYBODY, ALWAYS beginning on February 16.
“In this five-session video Bible study, bestselling author Bob Goff shares some of the stories from his life that have helped him understand what it truly means to love everybody the way Jesus loved them–without fear, insecurity, or restriction. Following Christ means more than just putting a toe in the water when it comes to loving others. It means grabbing your knees and doing a cannonball! And, as Jesus revealed, it means loving the difficult ones. Everybody, Always will provide practical steps to help you take that journey.”
Contact Lyn Pajk for more information. Please note, that we won’t make a decision on format until a later date based on state regulations.
Study guides are $9.00. Click here to purchase a copy.
Registration is required.
Afternoon Bible Break
A bi-weekly bible study to refresh your spirit
Looking for something to brighten your winter days? Have you considered scripture study? Join our small group as we dig into Matthew 26-28: Jesus’ Life-Giving Death, through a guided 6 week study. This study offers a close look at the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ in Matthew’s Gospel, a wonderful lead up to Holy Week 2021.
Wednesdays 12:30-2pm Jan. 13, 27, Feb. 10, 24, Mar. 10, 24 via Zoom.
Questions about Zoom or the study? Call Carmen Gray 832-4164.
To register and purchase a book ($9) call the Parish office 835-6777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art Reflections provides an opportunity to see and discuss the visual arts, to recognize the sacred in the secular. We begin with Visio Divina followed by some casual, some prepared discussions of Art in our lives. Meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:00-7:30pm in the Lounge.
The imagination works through suggestion, not description. Description is always direct and frequently closes off what it names. Suggestion respects the mystery and richness of a thing. All it offers are clues to its nature. Suggestion keeps the mystery open and extends us the courtesy of inviting us to see the thing for ourselves. It offers us the hospitality and freedom to trust the integrity of our own encounter with a thing. This is how a work of art can allow itself to be seen in so many different and often conflicting ways. It does not foreclose on the adventure of revelation. —John O’Donohue
Gail Fitzpatrick-Hopler offers a wonderful invitation into visio divina (or sacred seeing). I invite you to try this image for a meditation experience, as a window into your own soul and the Divine.
Sacraments of Initiation (for you or your baby!)
If you would like to become Catholic. Please click here to learn more about the RCIA process.
If you would like to know more about having your child baptized, please click here for more information.
Come and join the Social Justice Team to help promote change. Monthly, first Thursday, 4:00p – 5:00p. Committed to the awareness and action of Catholic Social Teaching For more information, please call the parish office at 835.6777.
The Midland Area Inter-Faith Friends are inspired to affect positive change through Unity, Support, Compassion and Willingness to make a difference in this world as we face so many issues and problems.
Midland Area Inter-Faith Friends is also currently a part of a non-profit organization “Foster Closets of Michigan”.
Come and join us and be a part of making a difference in our local community.
Please contact Deb Ballard.
Discussion of daily meditation by Fr. Richard Rohr, Franciscan Priest. Monthly, every first Thursday, 5:30p in the Lounge. Sign up for emails at cac.org/category/daily-meditations or email Elaine Warakomski.