Climbing Our Mountain


The big beautiful paper mache mountain is up and towering over the poor box in the church. Thanks to the creativity and insight of Eddie & Denise Rush and the engineering and labor of Stewart & Annie Anderson, the mountain will be our guide as we journey through our three year Capital Campaign showing us our progress. As pledges and cash come in, the boots on the mountain will show us roughly where we stand in the process. Currently, the boots are almost midway up the mountain with the boot’s footprints in “white” providing the amount of money pledged so far and the “yellow” footprints furnishing the actual money given and in the bank.
As time goes on, watch for the boots to continue to climb. We are doing well in our Capital Campaign with over $104,000 pledged (of our $250,000 goal) and over $22,000 in the bank. This is still a big mountain to climb, but, as in all things in life, step-by-step, we shall reach the summit, with God’s help!
If you sent in a pledge, thank you. Please remember to begin making your donation either by check or through the online electronic system. If you need help with setting it up, please call the office.

The Parish Council is forming a new group of parishioner volunteers who will meet once a month to take on various cleaning/fixing projects that are needed around the church building. Please consider joining by filling out a survey form located near the bulletins or call the office.

There will be no weekday Masses next week, Tuesday, July 24th through Friday, 27th. I will be away.
Have a Blessed Summer!
Fr. Kneeland