Friday, October 31, 2014

What's one BIG thing we can do to boost parish growth and vitality?

Have the "older" families show up at events that are typically big draws for our "younger" families.

There's one coming up November 1st!  See announcement (below right) and plan now to attend.

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Greetings to our parishioners and our visitors!  

Welcome to the Mary Mother website! 

We hope our parishioners will find it a convenient way to locate parish information and events! 
We hope our visitors find a warm welcome and clear directions to our parish and information that expresses something of the spirit of our community.
If you have recently moved to our neighborhood and are considering becoming a parish member please know that we look forward to visiting with you either at your home or here at the parish.  
If you are looking for more information on our Catholic Faith please contact us and we will be delighted to speak with you.
Please note our times of Sunday worship. We welcome you to join us.        
Msgr. Jim Telthorst, Pastor


Announcements

Outdoor Mass & Bonfire - Saturday, November 1st
This annual event is sponsored by the Mary Mother ... Read More
Trivia Night - Saturday, November 22nd
Doors open at 6:00 pm and trivia starts at 7:... Read More
Christmas House Tour & Luncheon - December 13th
  The Mary, Mother of the Church Christmas T... Read More
Past Announcements

Our Mission and Beliefs

The Mission of Mary, Mother of the Church, as a Christ-centered community, is to be a radiant light in the world, and a bold witness to those whose lives we touch, inspiring them to love God and to love one another as God loves us.

  • each person is welcomed as a child of God.
  • Christ is the center of our parish life.
  • our celebration of the Eucharist is the heart of our community life.
  • the Holy Spirit guides our growth.
  • all human life is sacred.
  • we are committed to lifelong Catholic Formation.
  • we are called to share our faith.
  • we are called to be family.
  • we are called to love one another as God loves us.
  • we are called to serve others.
  • prayer is vital to our lives.
  • we are called to share our God-given resources beyond our community.
  • we have been entrusted with the care of God's creation.  
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