Sunday, July 22, 2018, join us between Masses for: Collaborative Against Human Trafficking and Learning more about Mary Magdalene through Scripture.
JULY 29: What is The Fest. Come learn all about it.
Sunday, July 29, 2018, join us between Masses for: What is ‘The Fest?’
Sunday, July 15, 2018, join us between Masses for: Sisters of Charity Mission Appeal and Sharing at Coffee Hour
JULY 8: JOSEPH THE DREAMER PROGRAM
JULY 15: MISSIONARY SISTERS OF CHARITY: SHARING AT COFFEE HOUR
JULY 1: CRAFT DAY
Join our parish family on Sundays June 24, July 8 & August 5, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM as we focus on the life of Joseph to help us understand that God is with us through good times and bad. During Sunday Mornings at St. Malachi we will have an inter-generational program to grow through engaging activities.
June 24 – Witness a dramatic presentation on the story of Joseph.
July 8 – Test your problem-solving skills to unlock puzzles to escape Joseph’s prison.
August 5 – “Shop” at The Bazaar and experience Ancient Egyptian life first hand.
If you are interested in volunteering to facilitate this program (we need costumers, prop masters, faith sharers, store keepers, and problem solvers) contact Cathy Graham at billandcathy @roadrunner.com or call (216) 570-0877.
JULY 1: CRAFT DAY
June 17, 2018: Father’s Day Coffee Hour & Book Club
June 3, 2018: Eucharist Adoration
On Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 10:15AM until 11:15AM in the St. Malachi Church Hall, Dave Eggert of Ohioans for Gun Safety will speak about his organization and its effort to reduce gun violence in Ohio by closing background check loopholes. This forum, which is part talking and part listening, is open to the public and is a critical step toward developing a broadly supported, common sense background check ballot initiative to take to Ohio voters for approval. Consider:
- Ohio’s rate of gun deaths increased 25% in two years.
- Ohio’s gun death rate is now above the national average and getting worse.
- 20 States have enacted common sense background checks on gun sales – which make a difference.
- Ohio could join them by using the ballot initiative process to bring bring common sense background checks to Ohio.