February, 2017

Dear Incarnation Parishioner:

Have you ever thought about how active and vibrant our parish is? We offer so many ministries and groups that we often run out of meeting spaces where they can get together to meet. In my opinion, that's a good problem to have! Our parishioners are hungry to learn more about our church, our God, and how we can spread the light of Christ, support each other, and be in a position to offer assistance to those around us who are in need of basic essentials.

It's that time of year again, where we ask you to commit your time, talent, and treasure to Incarnation for the upcoming year. As we plan the ministries and services that we are able to offer, it is imperative that we have an approximation of the human and financial resources we can plan on in order to provide such worship and outreach activities.

The weekend of February 11 -12 is our parish's Stewardship Commitment Weekend. This gives us an opportunity to thank God for all the blessings that we take for granted. Out of gratitude, I hope you will give prayerful consideration to volunteering your time, talent, and treasure to help Incarnation continue to thrive and grow. We are making a difference, but we need to keep up our efforts and continue to move forward!

Enclosed is a Stewardship Intention Form, which is very easy to navigate. Please complete the form and return it next weekend at Mass. Or, if you prefer, the form can be found online at www.incarnationcatholicchurch.org


May God bless you for your generosity!


Fr. Christian T. Moore, OFM Conv. Pastor

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