Men's Group and Fellowship Groups Forming
Please Read Below for information on the New MEN'S Group
forming and Faith Enrichment Survey Analysis related to forming new Fellowship Groups in the Parish. Please Express Your Interest!
THAT MAN IS YOU
Men’s Group Coming to
Our Parish this September
We are pleased to announce “That Man is You” (TMIY) Men’s Group is forming and will start meeting this September. TMIY program is unlike anything else that you’ve experienced.
Are you looking to deepen your relationship with God? Build friendships with other like-minded men? Be the best man you can be? Be a better husband? Become a more loving father? This program is open to all adult Men (18+) married or single.
At this time we are forming a Leadership Core Team for TMIY and looking for Men who want to be part of this exciting opportunity by helping to implement and facilitate this weekly men’s program at St. Patrick.
Please express your interest to either Mike Springer at 717-451-8236
or Jim Haldeman at 717-891-4227
Stay — Tune More information coming soon!
WHAT YOU DESIRE
We are tabulating the results from our Faith Enrichment Survey, analyzing and formatting the results to soon release to the parish.
Preliminary Analysis indicates a desire for increased Fellowship and Small Groups. This includes: Seniors, Men’s, Women’s, Couples, Marriage Enrichment, Parenting, and General Small Group formation.
We have identified Materials for use in establishing these Desired Fellowships.
We NEED YOU
to help make these Fellowship Groups a reality within our Parish Family.
We are working with people who gave their names on the survey in their areas of interest. In preparation for the Fall, we would like anyone interested in working on the above groups to contact us, so we can include you in the process.
Please express your interest or questions to Deacon Michael at
Thank You to all who completed the Survey and those who may be interested in forming new opportunities in the Parish.
Stay Tuned — More Survey Results Coming!
Peace and Blessings,
Deacon Michael DeVivo
on Wednesday, July 31 at 10:58PM