Cara Blake

Adult Book Study on the Eucharist

Join us for a three-session adult book study to deepen your understanding on the real presence of Jesus within the Eucharist. Get your free “This is My Body” book by Bishop Robert Barron in the gathering space of church, limited quantities available. Click HERE to register.

The Eucharist as “Sacred Meal”
Led by Paula Silliman
Tuesday, March 5th 7PM-8PM

The Eucharist as “Sacrifice”
Led by Billy Blake
Tuesday, March 12th 7PM-8PM

The Eucharist as “Real Presence” 
Led by Deacon Earl Baker
Tuesday, March 19th 7PM-8PM followed by Benediction and Adoration in the Church from 8PM-10PM. 

Classes will be held in the Religious Education Building and are open to adults of all ages. Join us to rediscover the depth and beauty of the Holy Eucharist. 

For further information or questions contact Paula Silliman at 502-515-9361 or email Paula.Silliman@sfxmw.com.

Interactive Stations of the Cross

You are invited to an emotionally charged, mindful, personal, and intentional journey with Christ through His Passion. For the second year, we will offer the interactive Stations of the Cross that was such a special experience for so many last year.

Each visitor will travel though the Stations independently with time for reflection on each of the 14 Stations; young children can be accompanied. The emphasis for the event is to give participants the space and time needed to reflect on their own life, Jesus’ Passion, and all He went through for us.

Each Station’s traditional prayer is accompanied by a Station-specific Reflection, Life Connection, Prayer and an emotionally engaging task to help bring His journey to a tangible understanding. The “open house” style event will be held in the Religious Education building on Friday, February 23, 4PM – 7PM, Saturday, February 24, 2PM – 7PM, and Sunday, February 25, 8AM – 2PM. The journey usually takes 15 to 30 minutes, but some have opted to stay longer which you are welcome to do. We hope that you will come share in this spiritual journey with us.


For more information, please contact Lisa Reed: derrick.n.lisa@gmail.com