Nativity Christmas Party Update
Plans for our 50th annual Christmas Eve Dinner are looking a little different this year. We will again join with our neighbors Olivet Lutheran Church. We have decided to not serve a meal this year at the Churches but will still provide meals to several organizations in town that will provide meals for those in need. Click here for a list of the organizations.
Because of the virus, we won’t be able to accept volunteers or food items. Olivet Lutheran Church has set up a registry with Amazon where you can purchase new toys or clothing and have them sent to Olivet, or you can deliver them to Olivet Lutheran Church (door #1)yourself. Toys/Clothes donations will be accepted through Friday, December 11. The link is: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/3C21SJIGAWISA
There will be a gift bag in Mercy Hall to collect your monetary donation after the weekend Masses or you can drop/mail them to the Parish Office by Sunday, December 13. 50 Years ago Fr. Jack Davis started a tradition. It might not look the same this year, but it still will find those that will need a meal. Melissa Mehlich ~ General Chair.
Olive Wood Carvings From Bethlehem
The Olivewood Project–All income goes back to Bethlehem
Note: the color and grain of the wood will vary; pieces may differ a bit in style because they are handmade by different carvers