Lent is a penitential season in which we strive to walk more closely with God. Lenten practices rest on the three arms: Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving. There's no "right" way to do Lent. Choose things that work for you, and which draw you closer to the Lord. But DO something.
Sunday Mass - the Eucharist is the Source and Summit of our Faith. Our worship space is large, allowing for plenty of distancing, and it's cleaned after each and every service. Make a new commitment to get to Mass on Sundays. If you're already coming each and every Sunday, use Lent to add one daily Mass to your week.
Eucharistic Adoration - Give one hour to the Lord each week. Learn more about Adoration at Mary Mother here. Mary Mother has extra opportunities during Lent for Adoration.
Each Wednesday during Lent, Adoration is extended until 8:00pm. Sign up for an hour here, or just stop by the Chapel.
On Wednesday, March 3, the parish is invited to join our youth and their families for Elevate, a praise and worship time in the Church, beginning at 6:30pm.
Stations of the Cross -
Each Friday at 7:00pm in the Church, led by various groups of Mary Mother.
Each Wednesday at 12:30pm in the Church
A pre-recorded Stations is available on our YouTube channel here.
Subscribe to a daily email devotion. Mary Mother's Flocknote is one option.
Commit to saying the rosary, Divine Mercy chaplet, or another prayer, daily.