Parish Buildings are Closed for Meetings November 16 - January 11
In response to the rise of COVID-19 cases in our county, and for the safety of our faith family, all parish buildings will be closed for in-person meetings and gatherings from November 16 - January 11.
Visits to the parish office are available by appointment. You are welcome to contact the office by phone (892-4006) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and use the secure drop box near the entrance for deliveries.
During this time, the following activities will continue as scheduled: Masses, reception of sacraments, Eucharistic adoration, school and faith formation classes and Grab and Go Meals. Other gatherings should plan to meet virtually when possible.
We hope you can join us for the next SJB book read and discussion of Fr Bryan Massingale’s book, Racial Justice and the Catholic Church. Massingale writes from an abiding conviction that the Catholic faith and the black experience make essential contributions in the continuing struggle against racial injustice that is the work of all people.
Free Community Meal
On Tuesday, December 15 we are offering a complimentary meal for members of our community. Pick-up is between 5:15 pm – 5:45 pm at SJB’s playground parking lot, on the west side of the school. Call the SJB parish office at 920-892-4006 to reserve your meal by noon on Friday, December 11. Home delivery available for the homebound within Plymouth and Elkhart Lake city limits.
SIGN UP OPENING SOON!
Alpha is off to a wonderful start! We began meeting last Sunday, and are so excited about growing in faith and friendship with all the wonderful people joining us. Through a series of small group conversations, Alpha participants have the opportunity to explore life, meaning, and spirituality – together.
If you interested in Alpha, it’s not too late! You are welcome to join us!
We invite you to join us praying the Rosary every Friday at 4:00 pm on Facebook. There will be a compilation of live Rosaries, new pre-recorded Rosaries, and previously recorded Rosaries.
*A Facebook account is not required to view the Rosary. If you are prompted to sign in select “not now” and you will have access.