Seventh Week of Easter / Weekly Happenings

Seventh Week of Easter

Weekly Happenings

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Important Livestream Update

Pentecost Sunday Will Conclude 

Our Sunday Livestream

The Livestream system will remain in place for use during funerals, weddings, special events, and other celebrations as needed. 

Please utilize the Diocese of Grand Rapids Sunday Mass that is aired on Fox 17, diocesegr.org,  their Facebook page , and their YouTube channel.


Considerations When Coming to Mass

As grateful as we are to be moving forward, please know that we are still doing what we can to remain safe and vigilant during these times.  

We are able to bring Holy Water back into the fonts, however, some repairs are needed to our main font which could delay the implementation until next week. 

Please be patient with us as we make adjusts around the parish in the coming weeks. 

For now, the Diocese would like us to remind everyone:

– If you or one of your loved ones are experiencing any symptoms of illness, please err on the side of caution and remain home. 
– Masks are not required during liturgical worship, however is is recommended that individuals who are not fully vaccinated follow CDC guidance. 
– An area is to be provided for parishioners who would like to maintain social distance. At this time, the commons in available for this purpose. 
– All non-liturgical activities continue to be guided by state orders which are currently set to expire at 11:59 PM on May 31.  

Knights of Columbus 

This Weekend!

Sunday Brunch / Hot Dog Dinner

 Outdoors and In person

 Saturday, May 22 | After 5:00 Mass 

Hot dogs & French fries 

Sunday, May 23 | After Both Masses 

Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage links, and tater tots. 


We are well into the 3rd wave of the campaign. Hopefully you have had time to prayerful discern what is right for you and your family. 

Please remember to return your pledge cards as soon as possible by mailing it back to the Diocese. We weighed the envelopes and a standard stamp is enough postage to cover the mailing. Otherwise, you are welcome send your pledge cards back to the parish office. 


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