Saturday, September 14, many couples came together for fresh, home-cooked food. Old friends and new friends gathered around red-clothe covered tables ornamented by beautiful flowers to delight in the gift of the other before joining speaker Bill Donaghy's presentation on the joy and challenges of married life
Join married couples of all ages as we gather together for dinner, marriage enrichment, and great group discussion. Baby sitting available!
Construction on our new restroom facilities begins the week of August 26, 2019. Due to the need for workers to move in and around the Church as well as the noise that construction naturally brings, we at A.B.V.M. cannot guarantee the sacred and quiet environment essential for Eucharistic Adoration. As a result, we have cancelled adoration on August 28 and apologize for the inconvenience.
Hurry and get your early bird special by purchasing your tickets for our 2nd annual OktoberFest. The event takes place on September 21, but the early bird special only goes until September 6th. Get it while it's hot! For cash or check, please visit or contact our parish office. Otherwise, buy online by clicking the link below.
Mark your calendar for this fall, because on September 21, 2019, Annunciation is hosting its second Oktoberfest! The responses from last year's Oktoberfest were so overwhelming, we're hosting it again. Planning has already begun for this year, and it's already looking great. So, while enjoying your summer, make sure to save September 21. This will be an evening you don't want to miss!
Summer is a great time for some relaxation and time spent with family, but it's also a great time to deepen the spiritual life. After a busy year and before the Fall craziness, summer is the perfect time to start looking inward and to feed our souls and our minds in a matter that deepens our relationship with Christ. AND SO, this year, A.B.V.M. challenges you to our SUMMER CHALLENGE.
Annunciation remembers all those who bravely fought and gave their lives so we could have the freedom to live ours. May God protect those in active duty and receive those who's duty ended on the battle field.
This year's Holy Triduum was beautiful here at Annunciation. Fr. Cox celebrated the Mass of the Lord's Supper Thursday evening and the service of the Lord's Passion on Friday with great dignity and solemnity.
In a short time, our parish children who have prepared themselves through prayer and study will approach the altar to receive their King! Please pray for them in these final days.