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Visit our Website: www.stmaryscoltsneck.org THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY A Catholic Community Proclaiming the Greatness of God in our Time One Phalanx Road, Colts Neck, NJ 07722 Phone: 732-780-2666 Fax: 732-780-0394 Parish Office hours - NEW Sunday 9 am – 12 noon Mon. & Tues. 8:45 am – 7:30 pm Wed. & Thurs. 8:45 am – 6:00 pm No office hours on Fri or Sat. Deacon: John Wedemeyer Trustees: Bill LaMorte Irene Weller Sacraments: Eucharist Detailed Mass times listed on page 2 Penance & Reconciliation Saturday 4 pm or by appointment. Marriage Contact the Parish Office one year in advance for information & guidelines. Baptism Contact the Parish Office for information & required paperwork three months in advance. There are no Baptisms during Advent or Lent, please plan accordingly. Parish Membership: New parishioners are welcome to register at the office at any time. New Parishioner Orientation (quarterly) - will be held August 25, 11 am Contact Parish Office at [email protected] Registration is required. Bishop of the Diocese of Trenton: Most Reverend David M. O’Connell, C. M. Pastor: Reverend Fr. Jeffrey E. Lee Pastor Emeritus: Reverend Fr. William J. Bausch
  • Visit our Website: www.stmaryscoltsneck.org

    THE PARISH OF SAINT MARY A Catholic Community Proclaiming the Greatness of God in our Time

    One Phalanx Road, Colts Neck, NJ 07722 Phone: 732-780-2666 Fax: 732-780-0394

    Parish Office hours - NEW Sunday 9 am – 12 noon

    Mon. & Tues. 8:45 am – 7:30 pm Wed. & Thurs. 8:45 am – 6:00 pm

    No office hours on Fri or Sat.

    Deacon: John Wedemeyer

    Trustees: Bill LaMorte Irene Weller

    Sacraments: Eucharist

    Detailed Mass times listed on page 2

    Penance & Reconciliation Saturday 4 pm or by appointment.

    Marriage Contact the Parish Office one year in advance for information & guidelines.

    Baptism Contact the Parish Office for information & required paperwork three months in advance.

    There are no Baptisms during Advent or Lent, please plan


    Parish Membership: New parishioners are welcome to register at the office at any time. New Parishioner Orientation (quarterly) - will be held August 25, 11 am

    Contact Parish Office at [email protected] Registration is required.

    Bishop of the

    Diocese of Trenton: Most Reverend

    David M. O’Connell, C. M.

    Pastor: Reverend Fr. Jeffrey E. Lee

    Pastor Emeritus:

    Reverend Fr. William J. Bausch

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    Please pray for the following members of our parish family

    who are ill:

    Mass Intentions for the Week August 3 - August 11 For * Requested by

    To add a family member to the sick list for 8 weeks, please call or e-mail the

    Parish Office. Thank you! 732-780-2666 or

    [email protected]

    Saturday, August 3 – Church - Blessed Virgin Mary; First Saturday 2:30 PM Wedding

    5 PM Intentions of Leonidas Mavrookas * Suzanne Schlesinger Mike Duffy * Agnes Duffy and Family Kathleen Zoppi * Gladys and Henry Bartoli

    Sunday, August 4 – Church Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 8 AM Francisca Vera * Her Daughter: Rita Duenas Nancy Lippert * Mr. and Mrs. Piotrowski John Sionas and Michael Stivala Sr. * Mike and Eileen Stivala

    10 AM Pro Populo Sergio Dos Santos and Mark Zarantonello * Dos Santos Family Salvatore Sgroi * Cindy and Michael Mazzola

    12 PM Robert A. McNamara * McNamara Family Frances K. Norulak * Weller Family Muffy Coseglia * Mary Joan McNamara

    Monday, August 5 – 9 AM Chapel Dedication of the Basilica of St. Mary Major Carol Schaub * Nancy and Harry Bauer

    Tuesday, August 6 – 9 AM Chapel The Transfiguration of the Lord Web Grainger * Ken and Muriel Rogers Rev. John V. Bowden * Rev. Fr. Jeffrey E. Lee, Staff & Parishioners

    Wednesday, August 7 – 9 AM Chapel St. Sixtus II and Companions; St. Cajetan Charlie Sciacca * Bill and Gail Cargiulo

    Thursday, August 8 – 9 AM Chapel St. Dominic Jules Wickersty * Lee DePalma

    Friday, August 9 – 9 AM Chapel St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross Jack Duffy * Agnes Duffy and Family

    Saturday, August 10 – 5 PM Church St. Lawrence Catherine Pancetti * Rev. Fr. Jeffrey E. Lee, Staff & Parishioners Anthony P. LaMorte * LaMorte Family Fannie Colletti * Rorie and Jack Coppola

    Sunday, August 11 – Church Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 8 AM DeStefano/Albruno Families * Mr. and Mrs. Franceschetti Eva Menendez * Nevin and Shari O’Connor Philip Mascaro * Mascaro Family

    10 AM Cory Aufiero * Clemente Family Salvatore V. Sgroi * Daria Karas Frank J. Viggiani * Rose Mary Viggiani

    12 PM Pro Populo Carl Pancila * Pancila Family William Michalski * Joseph and Kathleen Soto

    Roger Barnett Fr. Bill Bausch Eileen Beckley Susan Condon Ted Damen Logan Dayton John DeStefano Dominick Dibrino Tom Fadale James Fiedler Emily Gioacchini Edward Habrack Tom Hudak Theresia Kopp

    Bridget Korn Lori Lettieri Donna Lodi Harry Macholl Pauline Madzin Leonidas Mavrookas Mary Joan McNamara Kaitlin Nagle Paola Richmond Owen Shoemaker Christine Shrewsbury Seneida Tomasetti Lauren Vinci

    The Assumption Of The Blessed Virgin Mary

    Holy Day of Obligation

    Anticipatory Mass - Wednesday, August 14, 7 pm in the Church Holy Day Mass - Thursday, August 15, 9 am in the Church

    Rest in Peace Please remember in your prayers,

    those who have recently died.

    Mary Ring

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    If there is a family member you wish to be placed on the list, please contact the Parish Bulletin at 732-

    780-2666 or [email protected]

    Parish Office: 732-780-2666 [email protected]

    Bulletin Deadline: Electronic format by 12 noon Thursdayof the prior week (10 days before). [email protected] Bulletin Editor: Catherine Love

    Liturgical, Music & Worship Ministries Contact: Andrew J. Macirowski [email protected] [email protected] Principal Cantor Contact: David Maliakel

    Adult Faith Formation & Religious Education Contact: Dr. Jim Bridges [email protected] [email protected]

    Temporal Administration, Stewardship & Outreach Contact: Edwin A. Sevillano [email protected]


    Christ Chapel

    Sanctuary Lamps

    Consider donating the sanctuary lamp that burns in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament in the Church or Christ Chapel. These intentions are on a weekly basis starting with the Sunday.

    The suggested donation for Sanctuary Lamp is $25.

    Upcoming availability


    I thank God for giving you a strength That exceeds any measure. I thank God for giving you a courage That allows you to run towards danger So others can be safe. I thank God for showing us all, through you What it means to put others first. I thank God for showing us your bright light in the darkest of times. I pray that today and everyday You feel the love and support Of those whose lives you have saved and changed Of the community you protect. And of God who gives us all strength!

    Angel in my Phone

    PRAY for Military & First Responders

    SN Colton Boag, USCG Pvt Devon Francis Chrzan, USMC

    Chief Blake Conley, USN Lt. Col. John Anthony Coppola, US Army

    Major Douglas Coppola, US Army SN Christian Houlihan, USN

    Ensign Jason Joseph Howe, USN Pvt Michael John Mento, US Army Pvt Nicholas Poskonka US Army 1st Lt. Adam Sjoholm, US Army 1st Lt. Ryan Tanguay, US Army

    Staff Sergeant Stephen Witherow, USAF Lance Corporal Edward Zarzecki

    Church & Christ Chapel : 8/18 - 8/24, 8/25 - 8/31, & 9/8 - 9/14

    Christ Chapel: 9/1 - 9/7

    Irene Baron Suzanne Schlesinger

    Bill & Carol Eyres Maureen & Michael Staub

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    Andrew J. Macirowski Pastoral Coordinator for Worship & Music / Principal Organist [email protected] [email protected]


    is one of the major milestones in Jesus’ public ministry, in which he took Peter, James, and John up a mountain (generally believed to be Mount Tabor in Israel) to pray with him. There, he transfigured before them, appearing with Moses and Elijah. The voice of God the Father from heaven cried out, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him” (Matthew 17:5). It is in this moment that Jesus is revealed to these disciples as the Son of Man, the Savior. Yet they are told to keep this encounter a secret until after his resurrection, a concept which they did not yet understand.

    As one of the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary and an important aspect of Christian belief, the significance of the event is two-fold. Firstly, by exalting Jesus above all others, God reaffirms what we learned about Jesus at his baptism by John - that he is then Son of the Most High, King of the living, judge and ruler of all - and serves as a sort of preview of his resurrection and glory. Second, it establishes that Jesus is the messenger of God, His voice on earth, and that all things are done through the will of the Father. Interestingly, we celebrate this great feast twice every year. The first occasion is on the Second Sunday of Lent. In each of the 3 cycles, we hear the story from the synoptic Gospels of Matthew (Year A), Mark (Year B) and Luke (Year C), and the communion antiphon references the decree from God referenced above (this is my Son, etc.). The placement of the accounts on this day are fitting, as we hear a lot in the weeks that follow about the last weeks of the life of Jesus before his crucifixion. The second time is on August 6th. The same Gospel is repeated in the respective years. When the 6th falls on a Sunday, the Feast supplants whichever Sunday in Ordinary Time the Church would normally observe that day. Although removed from the narrative through-line that we experience during Lent, the placement of this feast in the middle or Ordinary Time allows for a more joyous celebration to occur. Although not a Holy Day of Obligation, it IS an important day in the calendar of the Church, and those who are able are encouraged to attend Mass and receive the Eucharist.

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    Readings for the Week Monday: Nm 11:4b-15; Mt 14:13-21 Tuesday: Dn 7:9-10, 13-14; 2 Pt 1:16-19; Lk 9:28b-36 Wednesday: Nm 13:1-2, 25 -- 14:1, 26-29a, 34-35; Mt 15:21-28 Thursday: Nm 20:1-13; Mt 16:13-23 Friday: Dt 4:32-40; Mt 16:24-28 Sunday, August 11 - 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Wis 18:6-9; Heb 11:1-2, 8-19; Lk 12:32-48

    Questions for Deeper Reflections: Question for Children: Jesus tells us to always be ready to hear him. What are some ways that he speaks to us?

    Question for Youth: If Jesus were to knock on your door today and give you a report card on your life as His disciple, what grade would you get? Where would be your areas for improvement?

    Question for Adults: On a daily basis, what are some ways to keep yourself “ready for God to act?” How do you pay attention to God’s often-less-than-obvious actions? -Lifelong Catechesis

    Lifelong Catechesis Week August 5 - August 11

    Worship Ministry Schedule: August 10 - August 11- Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Altar Server EMs of Holy Communion

    Reader 1

    Reader 2 Cantor LWD Usher

    Saturday, 5:00 PM (Church)

    Anthony Buzzetta Michael Buzzetta Jonathan Stubbs

    Justine Buzzetta - Center Cup Emily Santangelo - Organ Host Suzanne Schlesinger - Center Host Susan Baker - Tabernacle Host Steve Stanley - Organ Cup Gail Cargiulo - Tabernacle Cup Irene Weller - Pres Cup

    Jennifer Stubbs

    Bruno Savo Meghan Kryscnski

    Fernando Pinguelo

    John Grabowski Jim Davis Bob Lind Frank Sikorskas Joe Mancino NOT FILLED

    Sunday, 8:00 AM (Church)

    Abigail Cowles Daniel Cowles NOT FILLED

    Michael Stivala - Center Cup Gina Shute - Organ Host Lisa Aldridge - Center Host Marsha Grigoli - Tabernacle Host Gail Hall - Organ Cup Martha Cowles - Tabernacle Cup Jane Slattery - Pres Cup

    Michael Zarraga

    Rita Duenas Diane Dragone

    Michael Boliver George Watts James Pifer Jim Boliver Jo Young

    Sunday, 10:00 AM (Church)

    Eva Garcia Jimmy Schatzle Valeska Yaninas

    Mary Aiello - Center Cup Helen DeCerce - Organ Host Winifred O'Doherty - Center Host Gregory Calderaro - Tabernacle Host Dawn Reinhardt - Organ Cup Dolores Addler - Tabernacle Cup Barbara Moskal - Pres Cup

    Anthony Bongiorno

    Kevin Swan Magnificat Choir

    Jennifer Garcia

    Leigh Gavinelli John Orrico Greg Penczak Jack Zumba Charlie Gavinelli Allan Ryan Joe Walsh

    Sunday, 12:00 PM (Church)


    Ann Byrnes - Center Cup Lee Gesner - Organ Host Maria Gerbino - Center Host Donna Sikorskas - Tabernacle Host Patricia Gesner - Organ Cup NOT FILLED - Tabernacle Cup Patricia Balbo - Pres Cup

    Dering Sprague

    Richard Gerbino

    Bridget Farrow

    Melissa Widmeier

    James Dolan Joe Mancino Joseph Rinaldo William Starce NOT FILLED

    Bishop’s Wedding Anniversary Blessings

    October 6, 2019 - 3:00 pm Mass

    Couples celebrating their

    1st, 25th or 50th Wedding Anniversary during the 2019 calendar year

    ….are invited to gather with family and friends to share the Eucharist, renew your sacred wedding vows, and receive Bishop O’Connell’s Episcopal Blessing. Anniversary Couples from Ocean and

    Monmouth Counties may attend the Sunday, October 6, 2019 Mass and Blessing at 3:00 pm at

    the Co-Cathedral of St. Robert Bellarmine in Freehold. Couples from Burlington and Mercer

    County may attend the Mass and Blessing at St. Mary Cathedral in Trenton on Sunday, October

    20, 2019 at 3 pm. Couples must register through their home parish; the registration deadline for all

    anniversary couples is September 15, 2019.

    Contact Andrew J. Macirowski to register.

    [email protected]

    Abbreviated Mass Schedule Labor Day Weekend * Saturday, August 31, 2019 - 5 pm

    * Sunday, September 1, 2019 - 10 am (no 8 am or 12 noon)

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    Quo vadis… My Dear Parishioners: Today we celebrate the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. If most of us take some time to think about things, we would have to admit that the pressures of our everyday living tend to be our main focus. We are all concerned about calendars and schedules, bills and getting ahead, sickness and health. Our lives tend to be so busy that our immediate goal is to get through another day. What would happen if we would truly take some time to think about what possesses us? It takes conscious effort to reverse the question and ask, To whom do our possessions belong? To whom do we belong? In some sense these are questions about priorities and putting God truly at the center of our lives. The answers must be more than an intellectual commitment to grow in our relationship with God and have God as our center. We must stop building larger storage barns and begin changing the way we live so that our priorities are evident. Practically speaking, this probably means settling for fewer possessions. But with God at the center, we really gain everything-eternal life. As we continue our journey through the summer months make sure to take time for the Lord. Going to Mass, whether here or while on vacation, is a big part of recreation during the summer months. It is also good to experience how other Roman Catholic Christians celebrate the Sacred Liturgy. Some of our parishioners have recently commented to me how much they appreciate how our parishioners pray together when we gather for the celebration of the Mass. It is true. Our congregation prays in unison and with a nice cadence that encourages others to join together. There is an ancient maxim from Prosper of Aquitaine: Lex Orand Legem Credendi Constituit; that is, The Law of Prayer Constituts the Law of Belief…or…The Way in

    Which We Pray shows forth what we Believe. Thank you for being such good witnesses to the presence of Christ in our midst during our celebration of Eucharist. Our regular food collection continues to improve. The large bin in our gathering space serves as a subtle reminder inviting us to bring non-perishable food items for the poor and needy. You may bring your items whenever convenient for you. It need not be a specific weekend of the month. Some have even adopted the practice of having their children bring one item each week. This is a great stewardship witness! There is always a need for peanut butter, jelly, and boxed cereals. Thank you for your generous sharing so that we can assist in caring for the poor and needy. There is also a box on our website’s online giving link. I have found it easier to make a gift each month, in addition to my weekly stewardship and mortgage/building fund contribution, for the poor and needy. This is another way to serve the most vulnerable in our midst. Whatever you choose, thank you! Last week I had the opportunity to spend some time with our Pastor Emeritus Father Bill Bausch. He is such an amazing person and a great story teller. As I was anxious to hear of his ability to live with his infirmities, he was equally interested in learning of my recent healthcare adventures. Father Bausch is synonymous with the Parish of Saint Mary. There is a lasting imprint upon us as a community of faith. As always, I assured him of our continued prayer as he lives graciously with his limitations. He is very grateful for the prayers, good wishes and many acts of kindness he receives from our parish community. Have a great week. Let us remember one another in prayer. Happy Sunday. Peace. Father Jeff

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    Dr. Jim Bridges Pastoral Coordinator of Faith Formation and Religious Education

    [email protected] [email protected]

    Are you hungry for more and just can't put your finger on how you can fill that void?

    Would you like to understand how you can live your faith

    in your daily life?

    Utilizing Walking with Purpose programming, we would like to help you gain understanding about the treasures of the Catholic faith and develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Walking With Purpose is a Catholic Bible study created just for women supported by small group discussion.

    WWP has changed my life. I know who Jesus is now and how God is working through me as I raise my family in today's world. I learned how to use the

    Bible and have met so many wonderful women. Thank you for bringing Walking With Purpose into

    my life. WWP participant.

    Link for more information and registering can be found at: https://stmaryscoltsneck.org

    Look for Walking with Purpose LOGO on right

    Upcoming Fall 2019-2020 programming: Opening Your Heart (for all new to WWP) Keeping in Balance (for returning participants) Fearless and Free (for advanced participants)

    For more information please Contact: Linda Dickinson-Pancila [email protected]

    Summer Intensive- August Orientation Session

    Please attend the Sunday August 11th

    12 noon Mass, Orientation will follow

    afterward in the Church.



    Our Summer Intensive Program is still in need of teen volunteers to serve

    as classroom aids, hall monitors, and recreational assistants.

    Session dates are: August 12 through August 23. We desire a commitment of a minimum

    of a single week. If you have any questions, please contact

    Dr. Bridges at [email protected]


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    THANK YOU for the Sacrificial Stewardship Offerings as we support the ministries, programs and facilities of our parish. May God Bless you for the sacrifices that you make.

    # of Contributing Households *321

    # Registered Parishioner Households 1,101

    Weekly Sacrificial Stewardship $ 13,144 Envelope Contributions $ 9,460 * Electronic/Online Contributions $ 2,687 Loose Contributions $ 997

    Avg. Contribution per Household this week $37.84*

    Scan QR for direct link

    Sharing Our Treasure July 28, Seventeenth Sunday

    in Ordinary Time


    Sign-in for our Online Giving system to make your parish offerings from your bank account or Credit Card! To set up an online giving account please visit https://giving.parishsoft.com/smcn

    Should you require our assistance setting up your new account, please call the parish office at 732-780-2666. You can also download the ConnectNow Giving App for

    Android or iOS

    Thank you for your continuous support!

    This past week our parish transferred $3,000 from our stewardship income to support the activities of St. Mary Parish Charitable Appeals & Outreach.

    ST MARY PARISH GOAL: $75,000


    Thank you to all parishioners who have already made a pledge. If you have not done so yet you

    can do it here:

    Annual Catholic Appeal Update - as of 7/29/2019

    Total Raised Pledges Average gift Percent of Goal

    $39,404 170




    St. Mary Parish is a registered charitable

    organiza on at AmazonSmile. Every me you shop at Amazon you can help support the parish. Simply

    shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/22-1963114 and AmazonSmile donates to St. Mary. Thank you for

    your support and happy shopping!

    We welcome all your generous donations to Saint Mary Parish.

    As a reminder, loose cash offerings at Mass cannot be traced to any individuals and therefore not

    considered for end of year statement of charitable contributions.

    We suggest to ALWAYS use your offering envelopes or to sign up for online giving at https://goo.gl/w4oTes. Alternatively there are blank envelopes available in church where you can fill in your name so your donations can be properly posted to your account. If you are not receiving envelopes or if you have any questions, please contact the parish office at 732-780-2666 x310.

    Thank you for taking this matter into consideration!

    * corrected

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    Collectible Show schedule for Summer

    August 10 * 9 am-3 pm Madonna Hall

    The Collectibles features coins, cards, and currency. FREE appraisals on collections. For more information: Jimmy Cirronella, 732-526-7337 or [email protected]

    Fall 2019 The New Day - Bereavement Support Group

    held by - Ministry of Consolation

    Invites You…to participate in a nine week program for those who are grieving the death of loved ones and want to work through the tasks of grief in a structured way using the New Day Journal, A Journey from Grief to

    Healing. The sessions include readings, reflection, sharing and journaling.

    The program will meet at 7:30 pm in the Spiritual Center’s Chapel. Starting: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Ending: Tuesday, November 12, 2019

    For information & pre-registration: Marilyn Simone at 732-.547-4668

    Men’s Morning Office (MMO) meets every Thursday morning at 6:30 am in the Christ Chapel. “Liturgy of the

    Hours”- meditation and prayer is led each week by one of the men, followed by communion. The service lasts about 30 minutes after which, for those that can stay, we enjoy the camaraderie of one another over coffee & donuts.

    The invitation is OPEN for all men in the Parish.

    PLEASE come join us. We’d love to see you!

    Spiritual Reading Tuesdays at 10:00 am - 11:45 am Room #17

    All women are invited

    Join us for spiritual reading, discussion, praying & fellowship.

    Facilitators take turns leading the group:

    Sr.M.FrancisLomeo,RGS (Sisters of the Good Shepherd)


    [email protected]

    It’s Time to Gather Donations

    Even though the Martha Mary Guild’s Annual Clothing/Linen Sale isn’t until September 5th, 6th & 7th, this is the perfect time to start gathering your donations.

    Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories - in good, clean condition will be greatly appreciated.

    Kitchen, bath and bedroom linens (also in good condition) sell well too.

    Kindly save your items for collection on Aug. 24th through Sept. 2nd.

    We will also be seeking help preparing for and running the Sale. This is a good opportunity for our youth to participate in helping our parish! It’s really a lot of fun! For more information, call Ien Yoe at 732-761-1515.

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    "CALLED, BLESSED AND SENT" Proverbs 31: 10-31

    2019 Catholic Women of Zion Women's Rally Saint Dorothea's Church/School Auditorium

    240 Broad Street, Eatontown, NJ Saturday, September 14, 2019

    8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Mass, Praise and Worship by Joyful Praise,

    Healing Prayers, Vendors Continental Breakfast,& Box Lunch to be ordered online. Reservations are necessary: Admission: $35.00

    (Pay at the door) Please register on line: www.cwoz.org or call and leave your phone number, spell your last name at: 732-202-8352 by Tuesday, September 10, 2019.

    Speaker: Kelly Wahlquist Mary Ann Collett Catholic Speaker and Author Evangelist Founder of WINE: Co-founder of: CWOZ WOMEN IN the New Evangelization Catholic Women of Zion

    God’s abundant blessings, Trudy Ahern, SSJ, Maureen Christensen, RSM,

    Maureen Conroy, RSM 12 Step Spirituality for Every Day Life Re-cover your relationship with God, yourself, and with others utilizing the practical tools of traditional 12 Step spirituality to foster patience, forgiveness, compassion, acceptance, trust and love. Presenter: Grace Conte, M.A. Date: Monday, August 12, 2019 Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Fee: $15 - $30 (sliding scale)

    To register for all programs please call (732) 922-0550 or email

    [email protected] at least one week in advance.

    3455 W Bangs Ave, Neptune City, NJ 07753 (732) 922-0550


    The Upper Room Spiritual Center is sponsored by the

    Diocese of Trenton.

    NOTE: FEDERAL PRIVACY REGULATION - HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability & Accountability) prohibits all hospitals from informing churches of a pa ent’s presence unless the pa ent gives permission for the hospital to do so (hospitals no longer always ask upon admission).

    If you are admi ed to a hospital and would like a visit, anoin ng, and/or communion, please have a family member, or yourself, no fy the hospital or call the Parish Office.

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