If you or someone you know needs adult and/or children’s clothing, check out this opportunity! St. Catherine Church is holding a Community Closet clothing giveaway on August 8, 9, and 10, from 10am to 3pm, in the O’Donnell Parish Center. Click on the image at left to view the whole flyer, or click here. The Parish Center is at 17400 Peak Ave., Morgan Hill, just south of Main Street. (Click the link to see it on a map.) If you need clothing Clothing for adults and children will be available for free on Tuesday August 8, Wednesday August 9, and Thursday August 10, from 10am
Need help buying groceries, or know someone who does? CalFresh (also known as SNAP) is a free program that provides families and individuals with funds to buy food at most grocery stores and markets. The Reach Out food pantry, located at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Morgan Hill, will be hosting a CalFresh Application Clinic on Tuesday, June 13, 2023. Second Harvest Food Bank will have staff on hand to help folks apply for and/or review and, possibly, upgrade their application for SNAP (food stamps) benefits. All languages can be accommodated. When: Tuesday, June 13, 2023, Noon to 3pm Where: Reach Out Food Pantry, behind
During Lent 2023, we considered the topic of “prayer” in sermon series. It is a practice that is fundamental to many faiths, yet one that is often not learned in depth. In this series, we examined why we pray, how we pray, and how God answers prayer. If you missed some part of this series, or want to hear the message again, you can go to each of the services as they are linked below, and listen to the sermon via the service video. February 26, 2023 – “Why Do We Pray?” When was the last time you sent a text to a friend,
Our 2023 Lenten adult book study will take place every Sunday after the Worship service during Lent. We will be reading “Give Up Something Bad for Lent” by James W. Moore. The study will begin Sunday, February 26, 2023. See Trish Catalano for any questions. Summary from GoodReads.com During Lent each year, Christians give up something as an act of sacrifice and spiritual discipline. Often it is something like chocolate, knowing that after Easter Sunday they can once again enjoy what they have given up. James Moore challenges readers to take it further–to give up something spiritually that they would be better off not doing.