St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church
768 Asbury Rd, Candler, NC 28715
Parish Life
Evangelization, Ecumenism and Communications Commission
Katie Kalarovich, Chairperson

 

Things you might say to a visitor:

 

· "Thank you for being here."

· When someone is looking for a seat say, "Please join me."  or simply make room.

·  Introduce yourself and your family.

· Invite them to Parish activities held after Mass.

· Invite them back!

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The Evangelization, Ecumenism and Communication Commission is a group of parishioners who want to share the good news of Jesus Christ by practicing the Roman Catholic faith with enthusiasm, inviting others to share our faith, and striving to transform society.

To do these things we are working to improve the ways we communicate with each other through email, text messages, in the bulletin, and on our parish web site.

If you are interested in being a part of these changes, contact Katie Kalarovich at khklar@gmail.com


And if you're interested in having text messages sent to your cell phone, we're
now offering parishioners the opportunity to subscribe to Flocknote.

Click here for more information.


The Caring Hearts Ministry of St. Joan of Arc started out as an outreach program to assist those suffering with HIV/AIDS in our community when there was much fear and misunderstanding about this disease.

We currently sponsor a monthly food collection for Loving Food Resources, a self-service food pantry serving those in our community dealing with HIV/AIDS and those in Home Hospice with any diagnosis. We have since broadened our mission to include sponsoring a reception for the semiannual Mass With the Sacrament of Healing, providing baked goods for our Homebound Ministers to take with them during their home visits and we are looking to further expand into other community needs. 


Caring Hearts will be holding our monthly food collection to support Loving Food Resources next weekend, October 20 & 21.

This month there is a greater need for us to provide assistance since some of their other sources of food have been diverted to help victims of Hurricane Florence in other parts of North Carolina. Please bring in non-perishable food items and place them in the collection basket in the Narthex. Thank you for your ongoing support of this vital community resource for families living with
serious medical issues.


 
 
 
Bright Blessings Ministry of Asheville hosts Shower Parties for an expectant mom in a local shelter, thanks to the generous support from all who bring in baby items to our collection.

Because of the many gifts you donate we have been able to present an overflowing gift basket with many of the essential care items needed to welcome the soon to be born baby into our world and ease the stress of her mom.

Thanks also to our volunteers who continue to supply decorations and food and help make these parties a lively celebration of an upcoming blessed event.

For more information on our ministry, please click here.



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