Our Parish Catering Ministry:
to volunteer and help serve this wonderful endeavor.
Our Adult Seminars
Sundays with Father
10:15 am - 11 am School Lounge
Sunday Mornings with Father
Sunday, November 6th
Lecture Session will be videotaped by Dan Francis on the Seven Mysteries (Sacraments) and placed on YouTube! Please come and join this wonderful endeavor
SS Peter & Paul
Ukrainian Catholic Church
Our Parish School:
10 am - 11 am
Classes begin after
9 am Divine Liturgy
Calendar of Current Events
Attendance at our School is mandatory for all our parish youth, from preschool through high school.
Mark your calendar for our annual Christmas Pageant on December 18th!
Come and Learn with Us!
- Our Annual Christmas Pageant will be held on Sunday, December 18th right after the 9 am Divine Liturgy.
- Our Parish Councils, both Pastoral and Finance will meet on Tuesday, December 6th at 6:30 pm in our Parish Hall to discuss the celebration scheduled for Father Ron's 50th Priestly Jubilee on Sunday, May 21st, 2017. Divine Liturgy will be held at noon followed by a gala banquet.
- Please pray and/or send a card to our sick and struggling members!
- 2015 Financial Report is available online, click here to view it.
- New Parishioners are always welcomed, see Father Ron after Divine Liturgy.
- Copies of "Bishop for a Day" are still available and so are our Adult Catechism books titled, "Christ our Pascha". Just ask one of our ushers.
Services for the week of December 4, 2016
- Thursday, December 1st~ 7 am Divine Liturgy (Mass Intention for +Mary Martyniuk)
- Friday, December 9th~ 7 am Divine Liturgy (Mass Intention for +Zenovil Fedoryshyn)
- Saturday, December 10th~ 8 am English Divine Liturgy (Mass Intention for the Health of John Erdek)
- Saturday, December 10th~ 6 pm English Divine Liturgy (Mass Intention for the Health of Olga)
- Sunday, December 11th ~ 9 am Ukrainian Divine Liturgy (Mass Intention for the +Mary Martyniuk)
Updated: December 4, 2016
Father Ron Speaks about The Mysteries of the Sacraments
St. Josphat the Archbishop of Polotsk, Martyr & Monk for all the Faithful
This week we celebrate our very own St. Josaphat, who was martyred for the faith on November 12, 1623. As the Archbishop of Polotsk he was killed by non-believers by an ax and tossed into the river to die for his Faith and our union with the Holy Father in Rome. We honor and pray today that this brave Basilian Monk, Archbishop and Martyr will watch over us and our Church both here and in Ukraine!
September 17th and 18th Our Annual Parish Family Weekend Celebration
Our Sunday School Program
Mark your calendar for our annual Christmas Pageant on December 18th. Please make sure your children attend school, so that they can share in this beautiful program.
Our Formal classes have begun! It is never to late to join us in this wonderful endeavor to teach our future generations about our Faith, Hope and Love in Jesus and our beautiful Ukrainian traditions!
We hope and trust that all of our parents/grandparents understand the value and need of teaching our future generations at our Sunday School Progam.
Our Parish Finance and Pastoral Council Meeting
Thanks to all who attened our Parish Finance and Pastoral Council on Tuesday, December 6th @6:30 pm in our Hall. Several significant issues and events were discussed inclucing our Mary 21st celebration.
We are grateful for our wonderful dedicated group that help our Parish Community have continual success in all of our endeavors.
Our Catering Ministry
Volunteers are needed for our next Event already Scheduled for our Fall Semester.
1. Thanks to all who served on Saturday, November 19th.
Please mark your calendars and Smart phones to come and lend us a hand!
E-mail Request goes out to all Parish Men, so that we can be in contact with all our fellows in an efficent way. We hope to re-invigorate our St. John Society this fall. Please provide your e-mail address on the sheet provided in the vestibule.
Our 2015 Financial Statement is available online. Click here to view.
Pope Francis has decreed that this is the year of Mercy and has called upon all Christian-Catholics to practice the virture of Mercy.
Good Examples of practicing mercy include:
- Praying and Caring for the sick,
- Helping the poor,
- Feeding the hungry,
- Praying for Peace,
- Welcoming the refugees.
Father Ron speaks about his book, "Bishop for a Day"
Father Ron's Talk and Discussion from October 4th
Copies of "Bishop for a Day" are available. Pick up your copy from one of our Ushers. You can also purchase it as an e-book through Amazon. Just click here.
We are Blessed!
Our parish is blessed with many dedicated volunteers who maintain our buildings, school grounds, and Parish cemetery.
We are very grateful for their time and effort, especially for Matt and Jim Martyniuk for our Parish Cemetery upkeep, John Horulko for our electrical systems, Bert LeGendre and Shawn Timbario with painting, Jack Strouse and his landscaping crew, and Chris Senyk for his generosity and advice.
God bless all these good and faithful fellows in this New Year!!
Our Sunday School Program News
Mark your calendar for our annual Thanksgiving Divine Liturgy and Food Drive!
We Give Thanks
We are blessed with so many generous volunteers who help in a myriad of ways our church community, school and catering ministry.
God Bless all these good people with abundant health, peace and prosperity
Your acts of kindness are the embodiment of Christ among us!
Our Parish Catering Ministry
Our Parish Auxillary always does a tremendous job on every event they cater!
A Gracious Thank You goes out to everyone who volunteered!
May Our Risen Lord bless each and everyone with abundance, joy and peace! It is your love and dedication that keeps our Church growing strong.
Volunteers are always welcomed to help in anyway! Please keep this in mind when you are planning your own To Do Lists. One person can make a difference!
And just remember that We can't do without all of YOU!
We Pray for All Our Shut-ins and Ill Folks for God's Healing Graces
Please remember to pray for all of our elderly and ailing folks. Check out the most recent bulletin for names of our Parishioners. Perhaps you can send a card, a prayer, a kind thought, an e-mail or a phone call?