Events

Upcoming Events

February
2
8:15 am
Sunday
Pancake Breakfast!
Join us for a pancake breakfast!
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February
8
5:30 pm
Saturday
Parish Spaghetti Dinner
Join your parish family for a delicious spaghetti dinner!
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Past Events

Thinking Through the Transgender Question
Annunciation B.V.M. recently hosted an event to assist people of goodwill and variant perspectives in thinking critically through the various levels of the transgender phenomenon. About a hundred people sat with attention as Fr. Tad explored the history of the transgender movement, the pharmacological aspects involved, the cultural impact on the community and the ethical questions it raises.
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Bringing the House Down!
On Saturday, March 23, Annunciation Church was packed to the walls as people gathered from all over the diocese to celebrate the Eucharist, reconcile in Confession, and receive the Holy Spirit through the inspirational and motivational talks by Fr. Blount. Thanks to all who came out.
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Love Prevails!
A.B.V.M rejoiced to see the beautiful and enduring commitment to love witnessed in the renewal of vows our married couples made to one another on Saturday, Feb. 9th!
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Merry Christmas!
All of us here at Annunciation wish you a very merry and blessed Christmas. Thank you for joining us as we gather to celebrate the birth of our Savior.
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Oktoberfest Success!
Thank you to all who came out for ABVM's new Oktoberfest! The parish hall was filled with the aroma of fresh German goods, tasty treats, the laughter of children, the merriment of song, and most importantly, the A.B.V.M. family. The beers were tasty, the wine flowing, and the toasts were abundant. All this cheer, however, comes at the generosity of the volunteers who make it happen. A big THANK-YOU to the Men's Group for hosting the event, the Knights of Columbus for helping with the set-up and take-down, and a special Thank-You to Jim Hoffman and John Kirkland who organized the volunteers and made most of the supply trips themselves.
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