Newsletter: November 29, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: November 29, 2020

Newsletter: November 22, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: November 22, 2020

Newsletter: November 15, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: November 15, 2020

Trunk or Treat 2020

Holy Family hosted its first Trunk or Treat event on October 30, 2020. Congregation members decorated the trunks of their vehicles in a variety of themes and handed out treats to children who attended. COVID-19 precautions were taken and included having display hosts wear gloves and masks for the entire event, offering treats that were store-made and individually-wrapped (in many cases prebagged as well), spacing vehicles more than six feet apart, making hand sanitizer available at several locations, and having the children visit the displays in a one-way path. Great fun was had by all! For more information about activities with Holy Family’s children and youth, please contact one of the program directors. Jolene Johnston – Children’s Ministry, Ruth Everett – Youth Ministry

To view photos from this event,
please click HERE.

Newsletter: November 8, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: Novembr 8, 2020

Newsletter: November 1, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: November 1, 2020

Newsletter: October 25, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: October 25, 2020

Newsletter: October 18, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: October 18, 2020

Newsletter: October 11, 2020

Holy Family newsletter: October 11, 2020

Pet Blessing 2020

On Sunday, October 4th, Holy Family resumed in-person worship following many months of participating solely in virtual worship through prepared video services. The outdoor services were broadcast over AM radio in the parking lot and featured the blessing of the animals in honor of St. Francis of Assisi. Despite the rain, participants joyously honked their car horns during the sign of peace and waved to maintain social distancing protocols. For more information about worship at Holy Family, please contact Father Bruce Gray.

For more photos of the 2020
Pet Blessing and outdoor worship, click HERE.


Drone photo courtesy of Stephen Beard