The St. Gabriel Prayer Group
The St. Gabriel Prayer Group has been meeting in prayer for 15 years. Believing God hears all prayers, the group prays for healing, Church unity, individuals within our faith family as well as nursing homes, and for the power of the Holy Spirit to affect all our lives. All are encouraged to participate in Adoration at church prior to the Prayer Group Meetings. Members of The Prayer Group will visit people in their homes, in the hospital or in the nursing home as requested.
1st Tuesday of Month – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Parish Meeting Room or School Multipurpose Room
2nd Tuesday of Month – 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Annette Riedman’s Home
3rd Tuesday of Month – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Parish Meeting Room or School Multipurpose Room
4th Tuesday of Month – 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Visits to homes and/or Nursing Homes
5th Tuesday of Month – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Parish Meeting Room or School Multipurpose Room
We would love to have new participants at anytime.
Contact: Margy King – 765-265-3924 | Bernie Brady – 825-5714
Novena of Rosary Walk
Like many communities across our nation, Fayette County is battling substance addiction. In 2014, twenty people within our county overdosed on heroin within the span of twenty days. This news awoke many people to the evils of addiction and aroused desire to respond in a way that reflects the true needs and dignity of those struggling with addiction. Since then, St. Gabriel has gathered at Roberts Park in the Fall for nine Sundays in a row in order to offer a Rosary for those battling addiction as well as for their families. All are invited to participate – whether you’re Catholic or not. Be sure to stay tuned for our Fall 2016 dates.
Time: 9 select consecutive Sunday evenings at 8:00 p.m. starting at the Pavilion at Robert’s Park.
Contact: Parish Office – 825-8578
Each Tuesday evening in our church, there is time set aside for silent adoration and prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. As Catholics, we believe that Jesus is truly present in the host that we consume at Mass. A Consecrated host from Mass is also referred to as the Blessed Sacrament and/or the Eucharist. Because of the tremendous gift that our Lord Jesus gives us in his Body and Blood (i.e. the Eucharist), we should also desire to spend time with Him in prayer. He certainly desires to spend time with us. Adoration is wonderful way for this to happen. For a more in-depth explanation, please click on this link to Blessed Sacrament Prayers.
If you have never been able to spend time before our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, please try it. It happens each Tuesday from 6:00pm — 8:00pm.
Contact: Barb Terkoski – 827-5644