Newsletter: November 10, 2016

Holy Family newsletter: November 10, 2016

Youth Group Canoe Campout



Several youth group members took an overnight camping trip to Turkey Run State Park in mid-October. The day began with a 6-mile canoe trip down Sugar Creek. The weekend was one of the last of the season with beautiful weather, so they enjoyed time around a campfire and ended the weekend with morning prayer.

Jr. DOK Prayer Hike


On October 9th, seven of the Mary & Martha Jr. Daughters of the King picnicked at and hiked through Ritchey Woods in Fishers. It was a beautiful afternoon as their co-directresses led them on a nature walk and discussed the day’s homily. The event ended with a discussion of upcoming activities and plans for the rest of the year. For more information about our Jr. Daughters of the King chapter, please contact Ruth Everett or Kristine Canter at 

Wreath Sales 2016

Click on the image below and go directly to the wreath website.
Use HOLYFAIN001 to save $3 AND send $5 to our Youth Group!
Shipping is free on orders over $60.

Landscape: Day of Service

As the final piece of our City of God expansion project, Fishers Boy Scout Troop 199 held a day of service in early October to install landscaping on the church grounds. Scouts, adult leaders, and families spent 300 man hours installing plants, mulch, and stone on the property under the leadership of Mark Keys. Allisonville Nursery provided the landscape design and planting materials for the project. Holy Family wishes to extend sincerest thanks and appreciation to Troop 199, Allisonville Nursery, and all who helped make this project such a success.
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Pet Blessing 2016


On Saturday, October 15th, Holy Family members gathered for our annual Pet Blessing. This custom is conducted in remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi’s love for all creatures. 

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