St. Clare’s is hosting lunch for our Habitat for Humanity construction builds on Saturday, October, 21st. We could really use some homemade desserts to go along with our meal and are asking for 7 people to provide a dessert to serve 10-12 people. Brownies and cookies have been a big hit in the past, and are easy for grabbing and going!
St. Clare is growing quickly, we are averaging 2 new families a week, awesome news! A subcommittee is making phone calls to greet the new families and deliver a mini loaf of bread (via the welcome desk) to them. Which means, we need mini loaves:)
Priest’s time can get spread thin with all their spiritual directing and administering of Sacraments. So what can we do? How can we help? Pray? Yes. But how about a very tangible way as well. We are hoping to make meals for Our Pastor a few times a month. Consider making an extra plate at dinner and bringing it to the rectory in disposable Tupperware.
Our second annual fall festival will be Sunday October 29th from 11:30am-2:00pm. We are asking for each ministry to supply a decorated Bible themed trunk for trunk or treat and supply enough treats for 350 kids. Also, if there are families out there who would like to get together and volunteer a trunk with treats that would be amazing too!
Volunteer slots for set up, grilling hot dogs, face painting, games and clean up are needed. They are only 1 hour long! Please sign up today to make our Fall Fest better than ever!
October Rosary Sign Up for St. Clare Community. October is a special month honoring Our Lady of the Rosary on 10/7! In honor of Her feast and the recent news of our upcoming building, we would like to coordinate an ongoing Rosary as a parish! How wonderful it would be if we could fill all these spots with someone, a couple or family from St. Clare praying the Rosary!! The idea is you sign up for one day or more in the month of October and pray a Rosary on your own time, in your own home, in Thanksgiving for our parish, the upcoming building endeavors, Fr. Mark, peace and tranquility in our country, the world and the intentions of the parish and your own personal intentions.