News & Events
Loveland Bike Trail
We will be meeting at 6:00 PM on August 21 at Nisbet Park,126 Karl Brown Way, Loveland, OH 45140. Our plan is to gather at the Nisbet park gazebo and ride out and back for one hour on the bike trail, then those who wish can plan for a picnic dinner afterward. If you are planning on picnicking, please bring your own food and a blanket. Please email Kathy Kohl at email@example.com if you would like to join us, so that we know to expect you.
We have reserved group camp site 1 at Hueston Woods State Park, for the evenings of September 13-14 (come either night or both). This event is free for all ages, families and singles. You will need to provide your own camping equipment and food (we may have some equipment available to borrow from other families).
Mass will be held at the campsite with Fr. Eric on Saturday afternoon. We will arrange a carpool to Bellarmine and back for students needing to attend GIFT on Sunday morning. To reserve a place in the group site, (or if you have camping equipment you are willing to loan out for this event) contact Kathy Kohl 745-3376, firstname.lastname@example.org or Liz Keuffer at 745-3398, email@example.com
LYDIA’S HOUSE WOMEN FOR WOMEN
Lydia's House, a supportive shelter for women and children in Norwood, will be hosting their 7th annual Women for Women event on Saturday September 14 at 5 PM at the North Avondale home of Robert and Maria Krzeski. The evening includes dinner, a concert by MUSE women's choir and an opportunity to learn more about the mission of Lydia's House. There is no cost to attend but donations will be requested to benefit their "Let there be Light" campaign, an effort to install solar energy on the shelter and office building. To RSVPs and get more information about the event please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our First Friday Taizé service will resume on Friday, September 6 at 7:30 PM.
MEDICINE BOTTLES REMINDER
A reminder that we have an ongoing collection of medicine bottles for Matthew 25 Ministries in the narthex near the office doors. Please note, they will only accept the orange and clear bottles, not other colors, and they can only re-use them if they have caps on and ALL of the glue from the label removed. You might try using a hair dryer or nail polish remover for this - at least one parishioner has reported each of these work! Questions, contact our Director of Social Mission, Tim Severyn at email@example.com
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