Church Blog (Page 16)

Church Blog (Page 16)

Survey Results Are In!

On April 4th, 2020 our communications team sent out a survey to over 600 individual email addresses. Our goal is to keep our parishioners connected and informed with relevant and practical content.  As Annunciation of the Lord Parish continues to grow its digital presence, we wanted to hear from our parishioners.  We would like to thank the 216 people who…

Families Celebrating the Triduum at Home

As we go into the holiest days of the liturgical year, here are some easy and fun ideas for families to do together to celebrate the Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter). Please feel free to post any photos of your family to our Annunciation of the Lord Facebook page. PAX,   Fr. Rob, Fr. John and the Annunciation Team

We Are Going Live for Easter

April 7th, 2020 We will be live-streaming the Triduum, check out Fr. Rob’s latest video for more information.  Holy Week/Easter Schedule:  Thursday, April 9: Holy Thursday at 7:00 PM Friday, April 10: Good Friday at 3:00 PM Sunday, April 12: Easter Sunday at 10:15 AM Make sure to attend online a few minutes early to make sure you…

We Want To Hear From You!

April 4th, 2020 In effort to improve our communications, we have put together a short survey (5 questions) on our recent email and social media activity. ​Click here to complete the survey Over the past few weeks, we have been trying to reach out to parishioners to provide information, share videos and offer an opportunity to participate in Sunday Mass online. This is a…

Palm Sunday Mass

Hello Everyone, Please join us for Palm Sunday online by clicking the link below: Spiritual Communion Prayer: My JesusI believe that you are truly presentin the Most Blessed Sacrament.I love You above all thingsand I desire to possess You within my soul.Since I am unable at this momentto receive You sacramentally,come at least spiritually into my heart.I embrace You…

Palm Sunday Activities

This Sunday is Palm Sunday.  A time when we would normally assemble in the hall before mass and process into the church waving palms and singing “Hosanna in the Highest”.  While we aren’t able to praise our Lord’s entrance into Jerusalem this year as a community, why not check out a number of activities you can do as a family to commemorate this…

The Right Thing to do

Fr. Rob talks about doing the right thing and why he decided not to hold drive-through confession this Wednesday evening. Essential services and health care workers are working tirelessly, at great risk to their personal health, to provide for our needs and take care of the sick. We have been asked to stay home in an effort to limit the spread of the virus. As Catholics…

When Life Gives You Lemons

What is the old saying? “What do you do when life gives you lemons? Make lemonade!” While it is most unfortunate that our church is closed for the next while, we are looking at ways to make the best of a bad situation. This new reality has given us the opportunity to do some maintenance and renovations. Our first big job is to re-wax the floors in the church.…