Thursday, 06 January 2011 10:38
Remembering Church begins Jan. 20 at St. Vincent, Andover
ReMembering Church, a program for Catholics who have been away from the church and are considering returning to active participation, will be offered on Thursdays at 7 p.m. from Jan. 20 to March 17 at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church, Andover.
The church is located at 123 N. Andover Road.
The program is intended to help heal any hurts that have caused a person to leave active participation in the faith.
St. Jude Valentine’s Day party Feb. 12
WICHITA – The St. Jude Knights of Columbus are hosting a Valentine’s dinner and dance Saturday, Feb. 12, in the parish hall at 3030 N. Amidon.
The cost is $15 per person. A social begins at 5:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 6:30 with dancing after dinner.
For reservations, call the parish office (316) 838-1963, Dan Wimberly at 943-4906, or Tom Depperschmidt at 838-3793.
Pro-life sausage supper Sunday at St. Mark’s
A German Sausage Supper will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, in the St. Mark’s Parish Life Center, 29th St. N. between Colwich Rd. and Andale Road.
The supper is sponsored by the West Sedgwick County Chapter of Right To Life of Kansas. A free will offering will be requested.
Winter Bible Study at SFA begins Jan. 16
A Winter Adult Bible Study will be offered at St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Wichita. “Praying the Scriptures,” from the Little Rock Scripture Study, will be the topic of the seven-week session starting Jan.16.
Participants may attend on Sunday mornings or Wednesday evenings.
The cost is $20 for materials. To sign up or for more information, contact Sue Willey at
or call (316) 721-0354.
Scammon hosts VISION breakfast
SCAMMON – St. Bridget Parish held a Vision Breakfast Nov. 14 for Bishop Michael O. Jackels’ TOGETHER Vision for the Diocese of Wichita.
A breakfast of sausage gravy and biscuits, egg casserole, and fruit were served. The freewill offering brought in $500. The Scammon Knights of Columbus Council 3316 matched the parishioners offering making the total $1,000 for the TOGETHER Vision. St. Bridget Parish will have another fundraiser later next year.
Steven Langerot, one of the organizers, said, “If we truly are part of the diocese, we should all give something no matter how small or large to see this campaign through. This will be a gift for generations to come.”
Also assisting in the project were Margie Striclin, Joe and Pat Carlson, Sharon Jones, and Lynn North.