Our yearly Advent Workshop is going to be held December 3 from 6:00 pm.-7:30 p.m. Kids age 4 – grade 5 are invited to come for an event which will share the true meaning of Advent and Christmas. Cost per child is $7.00. To register, please click here.
Our semi-annual Red Cross Blood Drive will be Sunday, December 29, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Please mark your calendar. Our participation will help the Red Cross reach its 900 unit daily collection goal that is needed to serve the patients in our area hospitals. Also, if you have college student’s home between Christmas and New Year’s, this is an ideal opportunity for them to help save lives!
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Reserve your place by emailing the information below and mailing your check to secure your spot. When we receive your check we will mail/email you a letter explaining the details for the evening. Space in the center is limited! So we must receive your check in order to retain your place.
Advent by Candlelight: Thursday, December 5, 6:30 p.m. Reservations are now being accepted. This is a fun social event which benefits our Share with a Family program. To reserve your spot, please contact email@example.com
Our Promise Tree decorated with colorful tags will be available in the church vestibule and other entrances November 16-17. This is a wonderful opportunity to choose a tag and share a gift with someone for Christmas. This year the gifts will go to people in need at Villa Marie Senior Assisted Living in Livonia, Oakland County prison, HAVEN, Angels’ Place and St. Rose Senior Center. Chairperson Pat Rakowski is gathering the agencies’ wish lists and organizing tag writers so the tree will be ready next weekend.
RCIA classes are starting up! Our first class will be held on Oct. 6th at 12:15 PM in the Parish Center. Classes will meet most every Sunday till Easter Sunday. In each class, the readings from mass will be analyzed and prayed through along with specific topics covering the overview of Catholic teaching. Topics will go over what the Church believes (Creed), how the Church lives out that belief (Worship and Sacraments), how the Church should live (Morality), and how the Church prays. Please plan on joining us! All are invited! Whether you are someone who wants to know more about Catholicism or if you have been Catholic your whole life, all are welcome.
We, the community of St. Owen Church, extend a warm welcome to you and your family. If you are new to the area, we look forward to meeting you personally. Please stop by the Parish Office Monday through Friday. Alternatively, you can meet with Fr. Cronk or a staff member after one of the weekend masses.