CHURCH FLEA MARKET
We have a Flea Market on the first Saturday of the month from September through May. There are vendors from the surrounding areas displaying their wares. Our church has a designated space where we sell items donated by our parishioners. We accept your clean usable items with the exception of clothing and TVs. All proceeds go to the church. There is also a canteen where we sell donuts, bagels, cookies and coffee beginning at 8:00 and later hot dogs are added to the menu. Water and a variety of sodas are always available.
The Fall line up:
October 5th, November 2nd and December 7th
To reserve a space for any month call Rose Mary @ 527-6459 or the church office 746-2144.
Friday: November 1st
(Holy Day of Obligation)
8:00 AM and 4:00 PM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND, ALL PARISH FAMILIES ARE INVITED TO CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS AND ALL SOULS AT THE 6:00 PM MASS. A SHORT MEMORIAL PRAYER SERVICE AND DINNER WILL FOLLOW IN THE PLC.
A MEMORIAL TABLE WILL BE SET UP WITH CANDLES AND A BASKET TO COLLECT THE NAMES OF THE DECEASED RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. YOU MAY BRING A SMALL PICTURE OF YOUR LOVED ONE TO PLACE ON THE TABLE DURING THE SERVICE.
PLEASE CONTACT SUSAN SALISBURY AT THE PARISH OFFICE BY OCTOBER 28TH IF YOU WILL BE ATTENDING THE DINNER AFTER MASS.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD, THERE WILL BE CANDLE LIGHTING AND A BRIEF PAYER FOR THE SOULS OF THE DEPARTED IN THE PLC AFTER ALL OF THE MASSES. EVERYONE IS WELCOME.
November 4th at 7:00 PM
Please join us for a special Mass of Remembrance. Mr. Ed and the Choir will lift up in song the names of the faithful who have gone home to the Lord this past year (Mid October 2018 – October 13, 2019) and who had services here at Our Lady of Grace.
Prayers for loved ones (in addition to those who have passed this year), will be offered for the month of November.
- Please put the names of your deceased loved ones on the All Soul’s envelope that is in your Offering envelopes.
- All Souls envelopes should be placed in the collection basket or dropped off at the office. (Please do not place envelopes on the altar).
We are a community of believers. We
learn about our faith. We discuss the
challenges that our children and young
people face and how can we help guide them and help
them stay true and strong to their faith.
Meeting every 3rd Sunday of the month from 9:15-
10:15 in the PLC Conference Room. Parents,
Grandparents, Uncles, Aunts, Godparents, concerned
adults. We welcome all to grow, learn, and live our
We will live out our purpose by:
Proclaiming: Knowing and sharing the Gospel of Jesus.“This gospel of the kingdom will be preached throughout the world.” – Matthew 24:14
Inviting: Welcoming and accompanying others as Jesus did.“Welcome one another, then, as Christ welcomed you, for the glory of God.” – Rom15:7
Encountering: Growing in relationship to Jesus and one another. “Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you.” – James 4:8
For more information about Courageously Living the Gospel, go to https://www.dosp.org/courageouslyliving/
The Diocese of St. Petersburg includes all people in the counties of Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus. While many people identify as Catholic, it is also “mission territory.” For more information about Courageously Living the Gospel, go to https://www.dosp.org/courageouslyliving/
A Sacred Purpose
We, the Catholic Diocese of St Petersburg,
are a joyful community of disciples proclaiming the Good News and inviting all people to encounter the love and mercy of Jesus Christ. For more information about Courageously Living the Gospel, go to https://www.dosp.org/courageouslyliving/
What’s in it for me?
That depends. What are your personal goals, if any, for salvation? You cannot get there alone. (See Psalm 37:39. “The salvation of the just is from the Lord.”) You must seek and be open to God’s help. God’s help often comes through the Church and other people. If you dream of going to heaven and seeing God face-to-face after you die, then involvement in our parish version of Courageously Living the Gospel may be right for you. On the other hand, if you haven’t thought much about what comes after life on earth, then Courageously Living the Gospel could provide an opportunity to learn more about hope and the four Last Things. Contact the parish office and Father Erwin or the staff will help you discern a path to the future. This is not an opportunity to ignore. Check out https://www.dosp.org/courageouslyliving/