Click here to read or download the May parish newsletter. Features include:

Keeping the Music Flowing on Facebook – Live Sunday morning music broadcasts sustain parishioners who miss hearing church music – and bring a peaceful 15 minutes at a time when there is little peace. Read how Pastoral Associate Mike Kamenski developed the idea and how he chooses the musical selections.

Culturing Creativity at Home – Helping youth find faith online is a challenge for Youth and Young Adult Minister Margaret Lee, who thrives on nurturing others. Through her work, she’s found inspiration and a creative spark.

Team Effort Keeps School Students and Staff Engaged – From a neighborhood parade to virtual lessons, Saint Sebastian School staff members are learning what it takes to keep kids learning. Principal Heather Grams explains how the community has come together.

Virtual First Eucharist Retreat Engages Families – Imagine conducting an online meeting with more than two dozen second graders! Despite a few wiggles, Minister for Children Amy Rebholz was able to connect children to sacramental lessons.

Finding the New Normal – In a spiritual community, distractions can keep us from addressing our common purpose. Cluster Administrator Carole Poth provides some insights into how we can focus.

Your Gifts at Work – Despite the worst economy since the Depression, parishioners continue to support Saint Sebastian Parish, says Development Director Marlene Vidal.

Plus other parish & committee news!

One thought on “Read the May parish newsletter

  1. Thanks for the New parish newsletter. It was great to be able to hear what’s going on with the parish while we’re all in our safe homes. I appreciate the challenge it must be for all of you to continue your working from a distance. Again, thank you for all that you do to keep our parish running as strongly as ever.
    Frances Fontanazza

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