Stations of the Cross ~ 2022

Fridays of Lent at 6:30pm
In St Joseph Church

 

March 4
Lectors-Traditional Stations

March 11
No Stations – Parish Mission Opening Mass with Bishop Battersby at 6:00 pm

March 18
Lectors-Stations according to Mark’s Gospel

March 25
Mary’s Way of the Cross w/Live Orchestra

April 1
Franciscans-Stations according to Luke’s Gospel

April 8
Confirmandi-The Way of the Cross for Teens

 

Each week a different Stations of the Cross will take place.
They will be presented by different groups of the parish.
Join us as we walk the Way of the Cross with Jesus as part of your Lenten Journey

Spring Session set to begin
April 5-May 10, 2022
6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Have you suffered a loss of some kind?
Join the St Vincent Pallotti Grief Support Group.
This six week session will cover the many stages of grief.

Facilitated by Joe Osokie, LCSW
Sessions are free.
Class size is limited

Phone the parish office ext 100 to register by 3/31/22
Meeting in Rm 4 of the St Joseph Church Hall.

Father of mercy and God of all consolation, graciously look upon me and impart to me the blessing which flows from this holy Sacrament. Overshadow me with Your loving kindness, and let this divine Mystery bear fruit in me.

Blessing of the throats for the Feast of St Blaise
Thursday, February 3, 2022 following 8:30 a.m. Mass

If you require a letter stating your total contributions to St Vincent Pallotti for the 2021 year, please call the office (734)285-9840 ext 100 or 104 or email kristine.m@stvpp.org or susan.m@stvpp.org.

Contribution Letters are mailed out only by request.

CSA Donations

All donations to the parish (including CSA) will appear on your parish statement—donations made directly to the AOD-CSA campaign will be mailed from the Archdiocese of Detroit for donations totaling $125 or more. If you need a statement and your donation was less than $125, contact Donor Service at the Archdiocese by emailing csa@aod or calling 313-237-5768

Are you looking for an open gym environment where the kids can play while caregivers share in fellowship? Then the St. Vincent Pallotti Parish children’s playgroup is what you are looking for!
The St. Elizabeth Education Center gymnasium will be open the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month from 10am-noon for children to play with riding toys, balls, and small gross motor equipment while their caregivers join in camaraderie with one another.

  • Children must be accompanied with their caregiver (no drop off)
  • All play items regularly sanitized
  • For health safety it is recommended adults wear a mask
  • A health screen check list will be required upon entering
  • Welcome to bring own snacks
  • It is a peanut free facility

Second & Fourth Tuesday of the month
September – May
10:00am – 12:00pm
October 26
November 9, 23
December 14
January 11, 25
February 8, 22
March 8, 22
April 12, 26
May 10, 24
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Located in the gymnasium of the
St. Elizabeth Education Center
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All children with caregiver are welcome

Members of the We are Plarners team will be mentoring anyone interested in the process of plarning tonight in the St. Joseph Church hall! Currently we are focusing on creating mats to be donated to Crossroads of Michigan during Thanksgiving week this year. “Plarners” will be sorting the donated plastic bags by color and shape, cutting them to make loops, rolling the strung together loops into a ball, and then crocheting the balls into mats. This is a really enjoyable activity where we have a lot of fun for a great cause!

When: Monday, August 23rd & Monday, August 30th

Time: 6:00 PM

Place: Room 4 at St. Joseph Church hall

Who: The coolest of Plarners(All those interested)

 

Photo’s from previous events

 

OUR BACKPACK PROGRAM HAS FINISHED FOR 2021. THIS POST WILL BE UPDATED WITH THE RESULTS. A huge thank you to all those that have participated this year!!

 

We have resumed the backpack program! We are asking for donations of backpacks filled with the suggested supplies per grade level.(See below or See drop off locations for wish list supplies) Donations will be divided among the four Wyandotte Elementary Schools. Some parents struggle to provide the basics for their children and you are making a huge difference! Please return filled backpacks to Room 1 in the hall at St. Joseph Church and on the pews in the foyer at St. Patrick Church. ALL FILLED BACKPACKS MUST BE RETURNED BY August 22nd.

Pre-K – Supplies Wish List
Kindergarten – Supplies Wish List
1st Grade – Supplies Wish List
2nd Grade – Supplies Wish List
3rd Grade – Supplies Wish List
4th Grade – Supplies Wish List
5th Grade – Supplies Wish List

 

When we began collecting grocery bags to “plarn” sleeping mats for the homeless, we assumed there would be a great response but we underestimated just how great! Every week these bags come in droves and in order to keep the collection manageable we are seeking volunteers to Sort, Cut, Plarn, and Deliver mats. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to participate! If you are interested in volunteering for this position please apply here.
For those interested in donating plastic bags you may bring them to our parish office!

Let’s go on a journey to find our way using G.P.S. or God’s Plan in Scripture!
Join us for a fun morning of songs, Bible stories, plays, crafts, games, prizes, and snacks.

*Please, Sign up BY July 26th!

The final Family of Parishes Family Gathering is quickly approaching!
The third and final meeting will take place at the former St. Stanislaus Kostka Hall, 266 Antoine, Wyandotte.
Monday, July 12 at 6:30 p.m.