St Vincent de Paul Roscommon
RE-OPENING: Both the Thrift Store & Client Aid are now open. We are anxious to serve our community and look forward to seeing you soon!
Client Aid Assistance:
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Clients will be served one at a time
Thrift Store: 10am - 4pm.
Use of masks to protect one another is strongly encouraged. PUBLIC BATHROOM UNAVAILABLE. All operations will be in compliance with state mandated rules for commerce & may include limiting the number of patrons at any time, social distancing & usage of protective gear. We are restocked & ready to serve. Should you wish to join us as a volunteer, please stop in and say HELLO!
Bottle and Can Drive; St James Men’s Club will be conducting our annual drive in July. Please save your bottles & cans. Funds raised are put toward church needs & local charities.
Council of Catholic Women (CWC): Meet on the second Thursday of the month April thru December at 11:30 am at the church hall.
Men's Club: Meet on the second Monday of the month April thru December at 6:30pm at the church hall.
Council of Catholic Women (CWC): Meet on the second Thursday of the month March thru December at 11:00 am at the church hall.
Men's Club: Meet on the third Tuesday of the month (all year) at 5:30 pm at the church hall.
Knights of Columbus Council 6548-Prudenville (833 West Branch Rd (M-55), Prudenville. Meeting every third Monday of each month. Questions, call Bill Monahan 989-821-7483.
Knights of Columbus Annual Lenten Fish Fry Dinners. Every Friday during Lent. Serving from 4pm-7pm. Take-outs available. See bulletin for details.
Ministry of Consolation (MOC):
The Ministry of Consolation (MOC) is a grief support group for anyone who has suffered a loss. This a six week session held a couple times throughout the year at either St James or St Hubert Catholic Church. Anyone interested in attending these sessions or have any questions are encouraged to call Jan Augustine at 989-366-5206 or the parish office at 989-821-5591.
"LANDINGS" A Welcome home program for returning Catholics!
We know there have been hurts, anger, misunderstandings, problems with the church law or authority or sometimes just neglect. Our Community is less because you are no longer with us! This is where you have your spiritual roots--this was your first home. Join with us as we focus on your life and the Church today. These sessions are held at different times of the year. If you know of anyone that would be interested, please have them call for further information and/or register 989-422-2544.
Communion for the Homebound;
If you are unable to attend Mass because of illness, injury or age and would like to receive communion at your home, please contact the parish office at 989-821-5591. Also, if you are admitted to the hospital and wish tom receive a visit, call the parish office.