Students Prepare for Lent by Giving Back!

Students Prepare for Lent by Giving Back!

Saint Ambrose School families and students participated in a food drive to raise awareness to needs in our immediate community for hunger as a service project to prepare for the Lenten season.  We collected over 100 lbs of food that was immediately donated to families within our community who are in need.

THANK YOU Saint Ambrose School families, Fr. Bob Stec , Principal Cinadr, Mrs. Ruggiero, and teachers! Your help and generosity is overwhelming! The Lent service project food drive donations have been delivered families in need within our community!

Stay tuned for some future service projects where we continue to help those in our community in need and prepare our hearts for the season of Lent.

See below activities to share with your family on how you can prepare and be involved this Lenten season!

Lent 2019

One Day makes a difference!
One Day at a time!
One Day we’ll all get to heaven!
The theme for Lent 2019 calls us to reflect on each day and make choices – each day – to grow closer to the Lord. We have ‘forty’ – one days….enough time to make a real change in our lives…grow closer to the Lord….and take many steps on the path that leads to heaven – one step at a time.

Checklist to Have a Meaningful Lent

  • Commit to going to Confession
  • Use a Little Black Book
  • Join a Lent Small Faith Group (Email JBaldwin@StAmbrose.us)
  • Make a sacrifice or do something for your spiritual growth
  • Ministry of Praise Prayer Group Tuesdays (7:00-8:30 pm)
  • Participate in our Mission Rice Bowl campaign
  • Read the Bible daily

Mission Rice Bowl

Rice Bowls will be distributed through the School and PSR, as well as on Wednesday, March 6. Rice Bowls should be returned on the weekend of Palm Sunday.

Each one of us can make a sacrifice and put the savings/change in this Rice Bowl. Skipping a cup of coffee or a candy bar can make all the difference for those most in need! Think about it…$1 a day for 40 days = $40 x thousands of members!
Bring this filled rice bowl to Church on Palm Sunday.

Help us build a home for those in need in our mission. Small change. Big Difference. if we do it together!

Lent 1.3

Small Faith Groups

3 hours that can make this the BEST Lent ever!

This Lent, join us for 1 hour, 3 times for meaningful conversation in our Small Faith Groups.

Quite simply, these conversations are about connecting life and faith together. Imagine reflecting on ways to find inner peace or greater joy.  Imagine instead of talking about your kids or grandkids, you reflect and strengthen the core values of your family that will allow you to better parent and grandparent?

Imagine learning a little bit more about scripture – God’s Word – and how it can connect and apply to your life.

CLICK TO LEARN MORE & SIGN UP ONLINE

Lenten Family Movie Nights

Every Friday During Lent

March 8, March 15, March 22, March 29, April 5, April 12, April 19
Please join us for Lenten Family Movie Nights following the Fish Fry on Friday evenings in the PLC John Paul II Room. Our movies will begin approximately at 7:45 pm. Please bring a snack to share!

MOVIES WE’LL BE WATCHING:
Ten Commandments, War Room, Same Kind of Different as Me, The Young Messiah, The Ultimate Gift

Check back soon for the nightly schedule!

A Lenten Journey through the Holy Land” with Fr. Rob and guests

Please join us after you eat at the Fish Fry. Each Friday we will be looking at a different city from the Holy Land pilgrimage using pictures, music and witness talks. Everyone can join us on a virtual journey that will touch our heart and help to guide us during the 40 days of Lenten preparation.

  • March 8 – Nazareth & Mt. Tabor
  • March 15 – Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, & Mt. of Beatitudes
  • March 29 – Bethlehem
  • April 5 – Jerusalem
  • April 12 – Holy Sepulcher & Via Dolorosa

Lenten Soup Suppers

Thursdays, March 21, 28 and April 4

6:00-8:00 pm | Parish Life Center, Mother Teresa Room

Please join us as we gather together for a delicious soup dinner and spiritual reflections and discussion.

Topics include:

March 21:  Dobie Moser “The Importance of Passing Down Family Values”
March 28:
 Father Rob Ramser “Generations of Faith, Hope and Love”
April 4:  
Dr. Anthony Iezzi “The Spiritual Wonders of Wisdom”

Come for great food, fellowship and wonderful speakers this Lent.
Please contact Lisa at LHomady@StAmbrose.us for more information.

Men’s Renewal Weekend 2019

March 2-3

The Holy Spirit is inviting you to join with a small group of people to renew the flames of your faith. This weekend is open to men of Saint Ambrose Parish over the age of 19. Space is limited, so register early! The weekend is meant to renew your own faith. However, you will get to know others in the parish and be able to see them at parish activities for many years to come. For more information or to register, please visit the website www.StAmbrose.us/MensRenewal. Contact Deacon Tom for any questions 330-460-7322/tsheridan@StAmbrose.us.

Women’s Renewal 2019

March 30-31

Calling all adult women of the parish. You asked and we heard you. Women’s Renewal is BACK! The theme for the weekend is taken from Psalm 33:22, “May your mercy, LORD, be upon us; as we put our hope in you.” Space is limited so RSVP ASAP to Sue Tevis at suetevis@sprynet.com or 216.288.9555 or Betty Ann Hodan at bettyannhodan@gmail.com or 216.406.1574. Learn more at StAmbrose.us/womensrenewal

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