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Little Bookworms

Little Bookworms is a free, community storytime for 3-5 year olds. It meets Thursdays from 10-11 in the Church Hall. Come by with your little one(s) for music, stories, crafts and fun!

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Mountain Movers

Mountain Movers is church for kids!  Children will discover the meaning of the gospel through words they can understand. Then they will be given opportunities to recreate the passage and apply its meaning through prayer, imagination, conversation, crafts, games and songs!  Children gather with their parents in the main church for the 10:30 Mass.  After being called forward to receive a special blessing, they will join the Mountain Movers team in the parish hall.  (Children under 3 must be accompanied by an adult.)

Check out these photos from our 2023 summer camp, STELLAR

Spiritual Direction with Joy Jennings

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Hope and Cope

Hope and Cope is a faith-based support group for those struggling with addiction, those with loved ones affected by addiction, as well as for those in recovery and anyone struggling with mental health. 

The group meets in the Church Hall after the Monthly 6 pm Sunday Mass for Recovery.

CONFIDENTIALITY ENSURED.

Check for upcoming dates on the parish Facebook and Instagram: @warrencatholic

Recovery Masses 2024

Masses for those in Recovery

If you struggle with addiction, mental distress, or if you support someone who does, please join us for the celebration of Mass with special intentions for those in recoverv. Sunday, January 8, February 12, March 12, April 16, May 14, June 11, July 9, August 13, September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10, 2023 at 6pm

Funeral Planning

“Do not grieve like those who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose, so too will God, through Jesus, bring with him those who have fallen asleep.”

(1 Thessalonians 4:13b-14)

Your parish clergy and your extended parish family offer our sincere condolences and sympathies at the passing of your loved one.

St. Paul’s advice to the Thessalonians is a challenge to have hope even in the midst of loss and grief.  It is our firm faith as Christians that the dead continue to live in the sight of God. Indeed, the liturgy of Christian Burial confidently proclaims, “for your faithful, Lord, life is changed not ended.”

The Funeral Mass provides an opportunity for you to mourn the loss of your loved one while expressing sincere Christian hope for your eventual reunion.  Additionally, the consoling rituals of the Funeral Mass provide a precious opportunity for us to pray for the deceased, and to express our support and consolation to you and your relatives in the midst of your bereavement.

Click here to visit the Funeral Planning page. Please fill out the form thoroughly. If you have any questions, please contact the parish office.

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