Remember to bring the filled baby bottles back to the church on Father’s Day. Your spare change will benefit the Pregnancy Care Center. If you did not a bottle, see a Knights of Columbus member. Thank you for your generous support.
Many people pay their bills online and enjoy the convenience of not having to write checks each month. In the next few weeks, St. Charles Borromeo will be
launching a way for parishioners to give donations electronically.
Online giving is a convenient and safe way to make a one-time or recurring donation. When you participate, your gift will transfer directly into the parish bank account. You won’t have to remember to write a check or stop by ATM on Sundays! This is being provided to our parishioners as a convenience and is not intended to replace passing the offertory baskets.
More details will be coming for those interested in participating.
International/National Combined Collection to assist: 1) Catholic Relief Services, 2) Collection for the Holy Land, 3) Collection for the Works of the Holy Father (Peter’s Pence), 4) Catholic University of America, 5) Catholic Communications Campaign.
And off to Richmond, Virginia we go. On June 16, 2018, 26 high school youth and adults will be leaving to go to Richmond Catholic Heart Workcamp (CHWC). We are so blessed to have so many of our youth and adults who are willing to give of their time and talent to attend CHWC. This is a wonderful experience for our youth to be able to connect with other Catholic youth from around the states and to share their faith
and give to people who are less fortunate.
The cost for each person to go to camp is approximately $500. This will cover their camp registration fee and food. We are asking anyone who would like to sponsor one of our youth or adults to please contact Gail in the office.
Crib Project starts the weekend of April 21-22. It’s a parish collection organized by
the Saint Charles Borromeo Ladies Guild and supports women in Burke County who have chosen life for their babies rather than abortion. The crib is on display and paper booties will be in the church commons starting April 21, 2018.
Select a bootie designating a baby item you wish to buy for the baby. Over the following four weeks return the purchased items and place them in the crib by May 20th. All donated items will be taken to the Burke County Pregnancy Care Center on May 21st. Please contact Donna Davis at 828-528-8985 with any further questions.
We are now six weeks into the Diocesan Support Appeal campaign, and as of today 122 of our parishioners have contributed. We need each of you to help us reach our goal of $50,138.00. Thanks for your support.