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St. Columbkille Parish will again be providing Thanksgiving meals to those in need of help in our community. These meals will consist of a turkey and the groceries necessary for a family meal.
Our school and Religious Formation program will be having a food drive to collect many of the needed food items. However, we still need monetary donations to purchase turkeys and additional food for this project. The weekend of November 1st and 2nd, after all Masses, we will be accepting monetary donations that will help to buy the turkeys and food. There will be volunteers at all doors as you exit church.
In addition to monetary help, we are asking for volunteers who would be willing to deliver our food baskets to the families. The delivery date will be Monday, November 24, in the evening. Our goal is to deliver meals to 275 families.
If you or your family can help with delivery, please call Cyd Hall at 402-991-5062. We are asking that those who want to help deliver work in pairs or as a family. You will be driving at night and drivers will be leaving the Social Level around 6:30 p.m.
We have many Spanish speaking families that receive these meals. If you speak Spanish, please let Cyd know when you contact her. We also need some adult volunteers for sorting and packing the food boxes the weekend prior to delivery. We also need a few adults to help in the Social Level the night of delivery. To ensure we have enough drivers and volunteers, we are asking that you contact Cyd by November 17. read more...
Ignite the Faith
To date, our parish has raised 68% toward our goal of $1,500,000 on 386 gifts. Please continue to pray about how your family can help us in this important campaign.
Catholic Cemeteries offers a complimentary Catholic Family Record Guide to assist you in planning your Wake/Visitation, Funeral Mass and Rite of Committal.
Funeral Planning Information
Monday, November 17
This gathering in the Church will include people from Liturgical Planning, a Funeral Director, and staff from Catholic Cemeteries to discuss multiple aspects of Catholic Funeral Planning
Our Heart Values
We recognize one another as gifts of God, inviting and inspiring all to become disciples of Jesus.
We joyfully celebrate Christ among us through full, active and vibrant worship.
We go forth to love and serve, sharing our God-given gifts with each other and throughout the world.
We embrace formation as a life-long journey of spiritual growth, individually and as a community.