The Prayer and Worship Committee seeks to enhance the liturgical life of the church by assisting with the development of prayer opportunities through liturgy, prayer services, evenings of reflection and retreat in keeping with the liturgical year. The Committee provides prayerful support for liturgical ministers providing evenings of reflection and training. They help to create a prayerful environment and atmosphere in which our community, acting together, gives expression to our faith.
You know better than we do, Amused God, what important people we believe we are. Believing we have to be serious all the time, we miss out on the joy of your creation. Choosing to feast on the pain of the world, we skip the picnic offered in paradise. Clinging to the despair which is our best friend, we ignore Jesus. who can bring us home to your heart.
Forgive us, Heart of Joy, and make us open to the startling, and upside-down, ways in which you work. Fill us with Easter's laughter; fill us with your healing joy; fill us with the love poured into us through Jesus Who death could not contain! Alleluia!
All men and women of faith are invited to come and join our Men’s and Women’s Groups.
This year the groups will discuss Encountering Jesus through the Gospel of John, based on Dr. Allen Hunt’s Turning Point Program.
Come join our groups for a friendly and faith-filled environment - all are welcome. Who knows - you just might encounter Jesus.
Meetings are held at 7:00 PM at St. Joseph’s.
Men meet the second and fourth Mondays of each month.
Women meet the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month.
Please check the parish calendar as these dates occasionally change.
Coffee, snacks and hospitality are provided.
For Information on the Catholic Men's and Women's Group click HERE