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December 12, 2017
CALLING ALL COOKS! A family has recently moved into an Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH) home in our parish neighborhood. We would like to take this opportunity to provide some meals for them, a working mom and her five children.
We hope to provide 2 freezable main dishes per week. We are looking for enough volunteers to make one entree (casserole, crock pot dinner or pot of soup) every month. If you are interested in this “5 More” opportunity, please contact Ginger Micksch at 491-9755. Thank you!
Pictures from Mortell Studio are here! Pictures from Mortell Studio are ready to be picked up at the Parish Office during normal office hours. Note: the new directory itself will be ready sometime in early 2018.
St. Matthew Advent Schedule 2017 Stay "in the know" with the Advent season here at St. Matthew. Click on the link to view.
Note: No Holy Hour for December 2017
From Your SVdP St. Matthew Conference We are overwhelmed with your heartfelt generous donation of $1,443.50 in the Thanksgiving Day collection. The relief that you offer through your donations for our fellow brothers and sisters will provide comfort and peace during their challenging times. Thank you and may God continue to Bless You!
Crèche Silent Auction Results We wish to thank all those who bid on items during our special crèche silent auction which concluded on Sunday. Because of your generosity we made over $2,000 which was divided between our roof fund and our Social Concerns Outreach Endowment. The Endowment provides help for many different organizations locally, nationally, and even global needs. As the endowment states: “We value our call to care for others.” Thank you again to those who helped in any way.
Hands and Hearts with Haiti
Tis the Season—Hands and Hearts With Haiti asks our St. Matthew Parish community to gift the villagers of Noyau in Haiti this Christmas with means to become self-sustaining. Your donations on the weekend of December 16/17 will provide micro-loans and goats for families making it possible for them to pay tuition, medical bills and provide food, clothing and dignity. Thank you very much! Meci anpil! Envelopes will be provided beginning this weekend.
For Last Minute Shopping! A Barnes & Noble Book Fair on Monday, December 18th will benefit Hands & Hearts With Haiti. Santa (and maybe even Mrs. Santa) will be there to read stories in the children’s section. FREE GIFT WRAPPING available. Present a valid voucher (pick up in Gathering Space or at the store) or mention HHH at the register so HHH receives a percentage of your purchase (including Café!) Buy gifts for yourself, your children and grandchildren or anyone on your list and contribute to the programs that are helping the people of Noyau, Haiti become self-sustaining. Online purchases included until Friday, December 22nd using code 12233607 also count. Delivery by Christmas.
Updated as of 12/12/2017