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(Updated 12/12/18)

  • Jason Albanese
  • John Boris
  • Jim Colla
  • Alex Estes
  • Carol Gromada
  • Marcia Harrold
  • Maryrose Hart
  • Paula Higgins
  • BeBe Marsco
  • Brian Oliver
  • Julia Palazzo
  • Dolores Petrus
  • Carol Pylypiw
  • John Raghanti
  • Leah Reimer
  • Vanessa Reimer
  • Andrew Sedlar
  • Tom Shutrump
  • Susan Smallwood
  • Bella Strines
  • Lisa Strines
  • Richard Tkach
  • Jim Tuminello
  • Dennis Varn

 

Focusing on the Sunday readings, this Bible study enables us to make a clearer connection to our everyday life and our faith by examining the historical and spiritual backgrounds of the scriptures. Podcast weekly.

Podcast updated online every Monday prior to the weekends readings.

Click Here to Listen

  November 19 - December 17, 2018    

 

 

Preschool Coming to St. Charles Parish and School

The New St. Charles Preschool will become part of the Early Childhood Learning Center starting in September 2019. It will offer a preschool for children ages two and a half to three-years-old and a Prekindergarten program for older children. The ECLC at St. Charles will also offer before care and after care for all age groups. The curriculum is faith and investigative based with an emphasis on stem and readiness skills. A Spanish class is also part of the Prekindergarten program. Registration will take place in January and February. If you have any questions, or to secure your place, contact the main ECLC office at 330-782-4060.

Christian Formation presents the 2018 Advent Breakfast Series at 7:40 a.m. until 8:20 a.m. on Wednesday(s) in the St. Matthew/Mark Room during the season of Advent.

This year's speakers include:

December 5 Steve & Leanna Pipala
 
December 12
Deb Liptak
 
December 19 Kathleen Moliterno
 Beatitude House

The St. Vincent de Paul Giving Tree is up in the gathering space. This tree will be covered with white envelopes labeled, “Giving Tree for St. Vincent de Paul.”
Please take an envelope from the tree and place a monetary donation inside. Return it in the collection basket the following weekend. This money will be used to purchase food and gift certificates for the needy of our parish and community. Thank you for your kind generosity. Let's Reflect Christ, Live Stewardship.

Please don’t forget to take one of our burgundy bags to help feed the needy in our community.

Since the beginning of the year, Martha’s Cupboard has distributed 1,300 boxes of food, paper products and toiletries to needy families in our community. Thanks to all who have generously contributed.


With the holiday’s fast approaching, the needs become even greater. This month’s wish list includes: pasta sauce, soup, cereal, peanut butter, pork n’ beans, and toilet paper products.


Third Wednesday  ~ Each Month
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
St. Charles Parking Lot