This page will direct you to local ministries that are currently meeting via ZOOM
ManUP, a ministry for men who can get together and discuss their personal prayer life and how we can support each other. This ministry is supported with four deacons. Meetings are the 1st Thursday @ 7:00pm. Contact Dn. Ray Gallego on the CONTACT page for more info.
Women Stand Up, for God is Calling Us, it a springboard to Man Up. This is a group of wives and friends who gets together for women fellowship over a Zoom meeting, to pray and support each other. They support and share how God is working in their daily lives. Every meeting is different, they will have Guest Speakers, Prayer Meditations, Personal Testimonies just to name a few. They meet once a month on the 2nd Thursday of every month @ 6:30 pm. This ministry is open to all women. This ministry is supported and administered by the deacons’ wives and family.
Zoom Meeting link below:
Meeting ID: 833 2278 9725
Mother’s Prayer Group The Mother’s Prayers group was formed in 1995 by two mothers who wished to pray together for their children and grandchildren and to find the support they needed. Our Mother’s Prayer groups joins in Union with over 100 countries around the world to pray for all God’s children.
This ministry is for Mother’s and future Mothers who shares in the common bond of motherhood to come together to pray for their Children, Grandchildren, Godchildren or Future Children. The meetings are held via ZOOM Meeting. Miriam Prayers are recited, they worship in song, read scripture, lift up personal prayer petitions for their children and pray the Rosary or The Divine Mercy Chaplet.
They meet on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday of every month @ 7:00AM. All mothers and future mothers are welcome, please inquire by filling out the form below.
Spiritual Love Notes: We would like to invite you to join our group of daily readers for a short inspirational reading that gives a short thought for the day. Rose Hillmann, wife of Deacon Steve Hillmann, developed the Spiritual Love Notes Blog Page several years ago. It began with printing of small booklets that were handed out and then it grew into a regular Blog Page. This publication has circulated now throughout North America and Europe. You are welcome to spread this link with those you think might enjoy the short daily readings.
During Advent and Lent each year there are special reflections listed to help keep you focused on the liturgical season. Please give it a try and join each day!