Our Vision Statement
Through dynamic evangelization, Blessed Sacrament Parish seeks to intentionally invite all people into an initial encounter with an ongoing conversion to Jesus. We are a Eucharistic and Marian parish that is a home for vibrant worship, reconciliation, and prayer as well as an engine for spiritual growth. We support each other on the journey to maturity and reach out to people in need.
Please click here for Blessed Sacrament’s REVISED Lenten Schedule (includes Holy Week Mass Times & Lenten Reconciliation).
This Weeks Dashcam with Fr. G!
A special place … a place of new beginnings
March 18th NWTK → Special Mother’s Day Announcement!
Upcoming NWTK Dates:
April – NO NWTK
May 13th @ 7PM
June 17th @ 7PM
LENTEN STUDY AND FELLOWSHIP
Want to see the connection between the Sacraments and your life? Want to learn more about the beauty of our Catholic faith? Join other Blessed Sacrament parishioners this Lent. The Bible and the Sacraments is an exciting video course just released by the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology in Steubenville. We will watch these beautiful videos, take a few notes, and get to know each other better. Gents, ladies, we’d love to see you there! March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and April 6 from 7:15 – 9:15 pm in the Parish Library. Register with Marisa Casagrande or Dave Mulcair at email@example.com.
Youth Ministry is geared towards those as young as grade 4 and reaches to those in grade 12. We aim to offer a faithful, safe and fun environment for preteens and teens where they can grow in their faith and friendships! Activities include youth nights, faith studies, volunteer opportunities, and more.
Children’s Ministries includes all children up to 10 or 11 years old. Jesus tells us to let the children come to him; our goal is to support parents through faith development activities and helping you bring your children closer to Christ! Some ministries include: Children’s Liturgy, Children’s Choir, Christmas pageants, Summer Camps (VBS), and Sacramental Preparation.