Healing Through Hope
A prayer vigil to give voice to our pain, find healing in community and go forth in hope.
Wednesday, Nov. 18
7:00 PM via ZOOM
During this time of heightened anxiety and stress, we now more than ever, need to turn to our faith and community to acknowledge our pain, begin the healing and be a people of hope.
Join the MPB ministry staff as we come together in prayer during this virtual vigil. For more information and to register : https://tinyurl.com/HealingThroughHope
Family to Family Christmas
Family to Family Holiday Ministry to serve our seniors and our school families, is in full swing Things will look different, but the result will be the same, seniors and families will feel loved and supported by the MPB community.
Sign ups to sponsor families and seniors are open NOW until Nov.24. All the details are in this flyer https://tinyurl.com/F2FChristmasProgram. Flyers are also available at the back of church or in the parish office.
Don’t wait, sign up for sponsoring are going fast!
To sign up and more information for each school and senior community:
Guardian Angels https://tinyurl.com/GuardianAngelsSignUp2020
St Therese https://tinyurl.com/StThereseSignUp2020
North Lincoln https://tinyurl.com/NorthLincolnSignUp2020
Sacred Heart and other Neighbors https://tinyurl.com/NeighborsSignUp2020
If you have questions or need assistance in signing up or have questions, contact Ann
Moving Forward Together: Make Us A Channel For Your Peace
We have been pulled apart as a nation. Talking with others can help heal those divisions.
Toward that end, the MPB Justice Matters Ministry is offering a new series of respectful and thoughtful conversations online via ZOOM. The program is called “Living Room Conversations”. No advance preparation is necessary. Simply bring a willingness to listen and learn from one another. We encourage you to give it a go! It is a wonderful opportunity to meet others from the MPB community during this time of physical separation from one another.
Please join us as we focus on that which unites us rather than that which divides us. You can sign up for single or multiple conversations.
Post-Election: Moving Forward Together Wednesday, November 18, 9:00-!0:30 AM
Political Peace-Building Tuesday, December 1, 6:30-8:00 PM
Politics and Personal Relationships Wednesday, December 9, 9:00-10:30 AM.
Registration and additional information: https://tinyurl.com/LRCMovingForward Registration is necessary.
Hope for the Holidays
Make Holiday Cards for Detained Immigrants
This is the 4th year MPB has partnered up with Casa de Paz to support our brothers and sisters in detention. Ring in the holiday season by creating cards for immigrants locked in ICE detention centers. Let’s remind them they are in our hearts during this season of love, hope, and peace.
Casa de Paz will be delivering holiday cards and candy bars for each immigrant locked in Colorado’s detention center. These cards and candy bars matter and it’s a small act of kindness that we can all be part of. You can make these cards from the comfort of your own home! Please find the instructions here. Cards need to be received by Casa Dec 11. Casa de Paz is pairing each card with a candy bar. Since the candy can only be purchased through the detention center, Casa de Paz will buy the actual candy. If you would like to support this effort, donations for the candy bars can be made here.
Agencies in Need Are Lifted Up Because of YOU!
The MPB Social Outreach committee supports various metro non-profits through your generous weekly donations. These agencies have had higher needs during this pandemic and you have risen to the cause. The following agencies were granted funding through an application process for the first two quarters this fiscal year.
MPB St Vincent de Paul $18,000 (quarterly increments)
Karis Community $2,000
Food for Thought $3,000
Bridge of Hope $2,000
People and Pollinators$1,000
Denver Catholic Worker Soup Kitchen $2,000
Escuela de Guadalupe $2,000
Sacred Heart House $3,000
Casa de Paz $3,000
Thank you for your continued support!