Fall is in the air ….and you’re invited to join us! Come join us as we celebrate the season of anticipation prior to the holidays ahead, a time where we will gather as family and friends around the table to share our joy.
We invite you to a fun afternoon of great food, great fun and terrific products that will make your love of cooking or desire to cook that much easier, faster, and a lot tastier on Sunday, November 17th starting at 11am.
We invite YOU….and everyone else that could use a fabulous brunch out! Brunch will be served.
Come by yourself, or bring a friend or two. Better yet, reserve a table for friends.
Come by yourself….get a gift!
For each friend that you bring, they will get a gift, and you will receive an additional gift when you check out!
Reserve a table for 6 or more…..and you will receive a table gift as a thank you! Reservations are requested, but not mandatory for groups over 6.
What better way to start the day than to praise God for the blessings He has given us through the work and sacrifice of our mothers? Please join us in praying with and for mom this Sunday as we also seek the intercession of our heavenly mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, on her behalf. Join us too after Holy Mass for a free Mother’s Day breakfast.
A woman who fears the LORD is to be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands, and let her works praise her in the gates. – Proverbs 31:30-31
Our Pastor, the Rev. Stanley Bilinski, recently celebrated his thirtieth year of ministry in New York’s Capitol Region. On Sunday, November 13th,. the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Stan will be celebrating his final Holy Mass as Pastor of Holy Name of Jesus Parish prior to taking on Pastoral duties at St. Mary’s Polish National Catholic Church in Parma, Ohio.
In celebration of Fr. Stan’s long time ministry in the area and fourteen year pastorship at Holy Name, thanksgiving for his work and service, and to bid him the fondest and most heartfelt of farewells, the Parish will hold a Farewell Breakfast following Holy Mass that morning. It is hoped that current and past parishioners, as well as those who have been blessed through Fr. Stan’s ministry, may come to share in both prayer and this meal.
Please plan to spend some unhurried time with our parish family this coming Sunday, July 12th. A breakfast will be served following Holy Mass. This is always a great time to “catch up” with the members of our church family to see what’s up in their lives, as well as to share stories about how God has impacted lives in between the times we were last afforded the opportunity to share this news.
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