Announcements

** PLEASE NOTE: If you have an announcement which you would like to have read during the announcements at Mass, please provide them to Ed McNamee NO LATER THAN Wednesday evening prior to Mass for approval and addition to the Lector’s Book.

  • YOUR INPUT TO THE SYNOD:  We ask that provide your input for the  SYNOD Parish feedback on COMMUNION at Sunday’s Mass.    Parish Council Members will be available in the Commons after Mass to conduct groups meetings and to receive your completed feedback forms.  Your responses are important and we thank you in advance for providing your feedback.
  • “PLUGGING INTO THE POWER OF PRAYER”:  A morning of learning, discussion, reflection, and fellowship is being hosted by the Parish Faith Formation Teams of Deaneries 4 & 5 of the Diocese of Richmond on Saturday, January 29th, from 9am-12pm at the Immaculate Conception Church in Hampton.  This FREE event, which includes breakfast, as long as you are registered, is for anyone seeking to grow in prayer as an individual, a leader, a parish member, a family member, or just a lifelong learner!   Gain new ideas, insights, and perspectives on how to incorporate various forms of prayer into your daily routines.

    Register at:  https://tinyurl.com/yzd45zne  NLT  1/24/2022

  • Hands Across Mathews could use your help with the stocking of the pantry and is asking that we bring a little more than usual.  All items are appreciated, but in most need right now are canned vegetables, soups, dry goods, and cereals. Please place your items in the Hands Across Mathews basket at the entry to the nave.
  • Call for Altar Servers:  We continue to look for Altar Servers to serve our Lord and our parish.  If you wish to be an Altar Server and have received your First Communion, please contact one of our trainers, Jon Oliver at: (804) 725-6702, email: jonoliver0120@gmail.com or Paul Flaherty at (718) 772-8327, email: pjflaherty15@gail.com 
  • Commons Area Housekeeping:  Please return the tables and chairs to their original arrangement when using the Commons Area.  Thanks for your attention to this.