All posts by Carrie Clemens

Time change for: A Seven Week Parish Lenten Study

********Time Change*********

A SEVEN WEEK PARISH LENTEN STUDY

Simultaneous In PERSON and Via Zoom

In person will be limited to 6 people registrations are required.

Zoom is unlimited but registrations are still required.

Tuesday Evening     7-8:30p.m.               Feb. 16,23, Mar. 2,9,16,23

Thursday Morning    11a.m.-12:30p.m.   Feb. 18,25, Mar. 4,11,18,25, Apr. 1

Zoom links will be sent after you register.

Stewardship Reflection for this Sunday

“Jesus turned and saw them following him and said to them, ‘What are you looking for?’”  – John 1:38

What are you looking for?  Are you wasting your time looking for the material comforts of the world? Or, is your heart longing for something deeper that can only be found by spending time with God?  Take time, each day, in silence and ask the Lord what it is that He wants you to do.

https://www.archstl.org/about-stewardship/bulletin-inserts/weekly-bible-reflections

A Seven Week Parish Lenten Study

Sometimes we get so caught up in the depth of our faith that we forget what it was like to first wrestle with the big questions – Who am I? What am I searching for? What’s our shared story? Who is Jesus? Why do we need a Church? Is there a God? We all need to get back to the basics to make sure the foundation is strong.

A SEVEN WEEK PARISH LENTEN STUDY

Simultaneous In PERSON and Via Zoom

In person will be limited to 6 people, registrations are required.

Zoom is unlimited but registrations are still required.

Tuesday evening:  7 pm- 8:30 pm
Feb. 16,23
Mar. 2,9,16,23,30

Thursday evening:11 am – 12:30 pm
Feb. 18,25
Mar. 4,11,18,25
Apr. 1

Zoom links will be sent after you register.

A Seven Week Parish Lenten Study

WHY ARE HERE? WHAT’S LIFE ALL ABOUT?
Sometimes we get so caught up in the depth of our faith that we forget what it was like to first wrestle with the big questions – Who am I? What am I searching for? What’s our shared story? Who is Jesus? Why do we need a Church? Is there a God? We all need to get back to the basics to make sure the foundation is strong.

Simultaneous In PERSON and Via Zoom
In person will be limited to 6 people registrations are required.
Zoom is unlimited but registrations are still required.

Tuesday evening: 7 p.m. – 8:30 pm          Feb. 16,23, Mar. 2,9,16,23

Thursday morning:  11:00 a.m. – 12:30 pm            Feb. 18,25, Mar. 4,11,18,25, Apr. 1

To register via signup Genius click here .

Or contact Kathy Kelly Huey kkhuey@smmcatholic.org.
Zoom links will be sent after you register.

SMMCCW Message about Dues

Happy New Year!

It is time for our 2021 annual dues. This year we are pleased to offer our members the option of paying with a bank draft or credit card. Not sure if you’re a member? Here’s a tidbit. All women of the parish, 18 years and older, are considered members.

The amount is $10.00 for the year and is voluntary. Please  keep in mind the money collected helps to defray the cost for speakers, mailings and educational material  for our circle groups.

Pay your dues online HERE

If you are not part of one of our circle groups and would like more information on becoming an active member, please contact Kathy Hoffman at kathyhoffman9@gmail.com.

If you have any questions regarding the dues please contact Suzette Binek, suzettebinek@gmail.com.

Thank you for your continued support.

Livestream of Mass for the Baptism of the Lord – January 9, 2021

Pray with us as we LIVESTREAM our Celebration of the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord on Saturday, January 9, 2021, at 5:00 pm here: https://youtu.be/NxLJ841nPpA 

If you are unable to watch LIVE, you can still view this Mass at a later time using the link above.  Subscribe to our YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaSrHAB7mPlnAegmqLLM6Vg/
and receive notifications of newly uploaded videos.

Stewardship Reflection for this Sunday

“And a voice came from the heavens, ‘You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased.’” – Mark 1:11

Through our baptism, we too, are daughters and sons of God.  We are disciples of Jesus.  As true disciples we are called to actively participate in our Catholic faith, not just be mere bystanders.  This means working in collaboration with Holy Spirit and discerning how we are being asked to use our gifts.  Using our gifts for the benefit of others and not just for our own interests and comfort.    

http://www.archstl.org/about-stewardship/bulletin-inserts/weekly-bible-reflections