Finance Council News
- Finance Council is working to boost enrollment in Faith Direct e-giving through quarterly email notices and sign up instructions. The Finance Council is working to boost enrollment in Faith Direct e-giving through quarterly email notices and weekly bulletin
- Dennis pledges have exceeded its Annual Catholic Appeal target. Pending payment of all pledge amounts, St. Dennis Church will receive 50% of the overage funds.
- There will be an "Annual Report to Parishioners" prepared by both Pastoral and Finance Council in the upcoming months.
- We are looking for new members, if you are Interested please talk to Fr. Jim. Meetings are held on the First Thursday of each month, 6:30pm in the Parish Office
This Week's Readings
First Reading: Isaiah 35:1-6a, 10
Isaiah tells us that when Christ comes, the weak will be made strong, the deaf will hear, the blind will see, and, above all, “sorrow and mourning will flee.”
Second Reading: James 5:7-10
As the farmer waits patiently through winter and spring for the “yield of the soil” so, too, must we wait patiently for the coming of the Messiah.
Gospel: Matthew 11:2-11
While in prison, John sends a messenger to Jesus to ask, “Are you He who is to come or do we look for another?” Jesus replies by citing the miracles he has performed for the blind, the deaf, and the crippled. He concludes by identifying John as the messenger He has sent to prepare the way. ©2000 Bon Venture Services, Inc.
Our parish is in dire need of Sacristans.
Sacristans open up our church for Mass and other services, set up the necessary items for use for the Mass, stand ready to assist the priest as needed and lock the church afterwards. Experienced Sacristans can train you and provide assistance to you as you learn.
Our parish needs you to consider coming forward to become a Sacristan.
Please contact the parish office if you are interested and want to learn more. Thank you.
Food Pantry Collection
Congratulations and thank you to all St. Dennis participants for donating a total of 2,554 lbs. of food in 2019 on behalf of our food ministry, which benefited Faith in Action Food Pantry and Millington-Crumpton Food Pantry. This amounted to 640 lbs. more than our 2018 donations and, as you know, helps families right here in our own area! "Together" we can all make a huge difference in bettering our world and helping those in need One Can at a Time. Please continue to be as generous as possible in 2020 and place non-perishable meats, fish, vegetables, rice, potatoes, pasta, fruit, meals, juice, snacks, etc. in the baskets at the church entrances.
Religious Education Program Contact Information
St. Dennis Catholic Church
Religious Education Program
Director of Religious Education: Jennifer Hinton