Wednesday Night Lights and Service Saturdays

Wednesday Night Lights and Service Saturdays

Wednesday Night Lights for Youth Grades 6 to 12
All youth are invited to join us this summer for a new evening program, Wednesday Night Lights, inspired by Summit Peer Leaders, and the fruit of the Summer Stretch youth’s feedback from previous years. Grow closer to the Lord and to one another through prayer, games, food, and fun events! 

Wednesday Night Lights FAQs:
Summer ProgramsWhen? Every Wednesday night, 6:00 to 8:30 pm, from June 6 through August 8 (except July 4).
Where? All events will be at Mary, Mother of the Church.
For who? Anyone going into 6-12 grade! Bring friends and family!
Registration? Come every week or when you are available! There will be a onetime waiver for the church, and additional waivers for special events.
How much? $5 per night! There will be an additional fee of $10-$20 for fun events like Bubble Soccer, Slip N’ Slide,
Shaving Cream Whiffle Ball, and a Senior High Lock-In!

Along with Wednesday Night Lights, we are going to have 3 Service Saturdays throughout the summer! This is an opportunity to give back to the community, and help serve our brothers and sisters in Christ. We highly encourage parents to join their youth in service. It is a great way to grow closer as a family, as well as share the graces we have!

Service Saturdays FAQs:
When? Second Saturday of the month in June, July, and August
Where? Two of the service sites still to be determined. One will be Feed My Starving Children.
For who? Everyone is welcome! Bring friends and family!
Registration? You can sign up for one, two or all three! We will have sign-ups for each Service Saturday starting in mid-May.
How much? Free!

For questions, contact Michael Ottman at mottman@mmotc.org or 952-890-0045, ext. 231.

Weekend Masses:
Saturday: 4:00p
Sunday: 8:30a, 11:00a, 6:00p

Weekday Masses:
Monday: 9:00a.
Tuesday: 6:30a
Wednesday: 5:30p.
Thursday: 9:00a
Friday: 9:00a

Christmas Masses
December 24, 4:00p, 10:00p
December 25, 9:00a, 11:00a
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