22 - Saint Irenaeus Catholic Church

15 February 2015
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Sunday Mass
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday AM: 6:30, 8:00, 9:45, 11:30
Sunday PM: 1:15 (Español), 5:00 (Teen Mass), 6:30
Pastor
Fr. Patrick Moses
Weekday Mass
Monday – Friday: 6:30, 8:30 AM
Wednesday: 7:00 PM (Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena)
(Tagalog Mass every 4th Wednesday of the month)
Saturday: 8:30 AM
Permanent Deacons
José Campos, Del Davis, Steve Germain, Gerald Pyne
Adoration
Weekly: Fridays 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monthly: 13th of the month 9:00 AM – 6:00 AM (on the 14th)
Penance
Monday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish)
Friday: 6:00 PM (English & Spanish)
Saturday: 3:30 PM or by appointment (English & Spanish)
Parochial Vicars
Fr. Martin Nguyen and Fr. Daniel Reader
School Principal
Monica Hayden
NEW Parish Office Hours
9:00 AM - 7:30 PM* Monday & Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM* Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
*Closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 PM
CLOSED SATURDAY
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Sunday
New Hope Crisis Counseling Hotline
Hot Line (24/7) 1-714-NEW-HOPE or 714-639-4673
5201 Evergreen Avenue, Cypress, CA 90630  714-826-0760  www.sticypress.org  [email protected]
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
In this Sunday’s gospel from John 12:20-33, we come to
understand that Jesus knows everything, for he is not only
man but he is also, and first, God. And if Jesus knows everything,
how could he not know that his Passion was near, and that his Resurrection
would come soon afterward? Jesus knows everything; he knows that his
hour has come, the hour of his glorification. This does not refer to the
glorification of his soul, for since the Incarnation of the Word, the human
soul of Jesus is eternally glorified and sanctified by the Holy Spirit who
rests upon Him. It refers, rather, to the glorification of his body, that
element of his person that is so important to him. Is it not that which
makes the invisible God visible on earth?
Yes, this is the price of eternal life. One must be ready, if God wills it
and asks for it, to lose one’s life in order to gain eternal life, the very life
of God that is offered to us so that we might share in it. Our soul is
immortal, but our body can be separated from our soul and can thus die:
this is the fate of us all, ever since the original sin. We can, at any
moment, lose our life and die. But are we resigned to die? Do we, right
now, accept to die, whenever God wants us to, in order to gain Heaven
and eternal life? Jesus has done so for us. Let us follow his example, let
us ask him for the grace and strength to make this act of resignation: this
act is the greatest we can make in our life.
Is it easy to accept death? Sometimes, yes; quite often, no. Jesus himself
has given us his example. He is the Almighty, for he is God. But he
wanted to give us an example of the difficulty we might encounter in
accepting our death. “Father, save me from this hour.” This is Jesus’
cry in this trial, the trial that he would relive even more intensely on
the evening of Holy Thursday, in the garden of Gethsemane. But he
immediately regains his composure, for the grace of God always triumphs
if we believe in its omnipotence: “But it was for this purpose that I came
to this hour.”
We, who participate in this Sunday Eucharist, will be able to sacramentally
relive this victory of Christ. We shall be invited by the Lord Jesus to come
and take our fill of his divine life, which he offers us in the Eucharist. It is
the strength and the power of his Love that invites us to join him in that
place where he is for all eternity: in the heaven of our soul.
With my love and prayers in Christ,
Parish Office 714-826-0760
Business Administration
Steve Germain, Business Manager
Kathy Loch, Admin. Secretary
Margie Mendez, Secretary
Lisa Giacomi, Bulletin
Adult Formation
Rebecca Soto, Director
Ministerio Hispano
Sr. Maria Teresa Salceda, Director
Humberto Arreola, Coro Hispano
Health Care Ministry
Sr. Rita O’Connell, Director
Worship
Kimberly Wargo, Director of Music
Stewardship
Carlos Ramirez, Director
Youth Formation 714-826-1140
Ruth Bradley, Director
Elaine Brewster, Secretary
Sherri Nelson, Secretary
Youth Ministry 714-826-0460
Laura Benoit, Director
Denise Gonzales, Secretary
Parish School 714-827-4500
Monica Hayden, Principal
Infant Baptism
It is necessary to attend a
Pre-Baptism Information Evening.
Register in the Parish Office at
least two months prior to the
proposed Baptism date.
Sacraments
To complete sacraments or to
become Catholic, adults contact
the Parish Office; children and
teens contact Youth Formation.
Marriage
Contact the Parish Office.
Six months preparation is required.
Anointing of the Sick
Fr. Patrick
In case of serious illness or surgery,
contact Health Care Ministry.
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
"Whoever serves me must follow
me, and where I am, there also will
my servant be. The Father will
honor whoever serves me."
(John 12:26)
Among the 100's of text messages
that I receive each week, this was
the best by far: "the cleaners are
here... well they've been here
since 6:45 a.m." Finally, the end is
here! The job is (almost) complete
and the rectory kitchen, dining
room and living areas are ready
for occupancy!
The "servants of Jesus" in the
parish of St. Irenaeus have given
their priests a most beautiful,
functional and comfortable area for
their relaxation and for entertaining.
Even more fun is in store for them
since they can now unpack the
many gifts sent to them following
the "house blessing" last month:
TODAY
HOUSEWARMING PARTY! 2:00-5:00 p.m. at the St. Irenaeus Rectory. The walls
are up and the paint will be dry….time to celebrate the rectory remodel! Please
join us for a light buffet, a glass of wine and a heartfelt thank you for all your
generosity. Check us out at Crate and Barrel Registry! You can find the registry
two ways—First name: St. Irenaeus, Last Name: Rectory or First Name:
Household, Last Name: Rectory.
MONDAY
HEALTH MINISTRY CORE MEETING: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in Sr. Rita’s Office.
TUESDAY
MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS: Please join us in praying the rosary every
Tuesday after the 8:30 a.m. Mass in the crying room.
WALKING FOR HEALTH: 9:15 a.m. Meet in front of the Ed Bldg for a 1/2 hour walk.
CAPACITAR: 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. in the Education Building.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in the Hall conference room.
For more information please call Jay Conklin at 714-337-6857.
AL-ANON MEETING: 7:30 p.m. in Room #7. For more info call Betty at 761-4624.
WEDNESDAY
MOTHER OF PERPETUAL HELP NOVENA: Join us in the crying room after the
8:30 a.m. mass.
ROSARY FOR LIFE: Please join us each Wednesday morning after Our Lady of
Perpetual Help Novena in the Crying Room at approximately 9:45 a.m. For more
information please call Diane Caldera 714-952-1071.
JUNIOR HIGH INFORMATION NIGHT: 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. This evening
will showcase what our Junior High has to offer here at St. Irenaeus. We will also
have a panel of St. I alumni currently in Catholic and public high school. All are
invited to attend.
THURSDAY
Thank you!
Please stop by the rectory Sunday
afternoon, March 22, between
2 and 5 p.m. for a quick tour.
You can be very proud of what
you have given to them.
Also, this past weekend our
collection amounted to $31,369
and we received another $10,189
in PSA pledges. Please take
comfort in Jesus' promise, "The
Father will honor whoever serves
me."
Deacon Steve
BIBLE STUDY: 9:15 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. in the Ed Bldg. We are studying the Psalms.
PENANCE SERVICE: 7:00 p.m. at St. Hedwig Church in Los Alamitos.
FRIDAY
LEGION OF MARY: 9:30-11:00 a.m. in the Modular Unit. For more information
please call Grace at 714-742-0960.
FISH FRY—FRIDAYS IN LENT: AHOY MATEY! Lenten Fish Fry's are back! The
Knights of Columbus will be hosting Fish Fry's again this year every Friday during
Lent at 5:00 p.m. in the Hall. Tell a friend. Aaargh!
STATIONS OF THE CROSS: 7:00 p.m. in English, 8:00 p.m. in Spanish
SATURDAY
FOOD BAGGING: Volunteer help is needed to bag food for H.O.P.E.’s next
distribution day. Meet at the convent garage at 8:00 a.m.
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
SUNDAY, MARCH 29
“PABASA NG PASYON”
4:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Parish Hall Conference Room
A century old Filipino Lenten tradition, is a continuous
chanting of the life of Jesus Christ – His birth, passion,
death and resurrection. Chanters and food donation
needed. For more information and shift assignments
please call Hennie Directo 714-209-5968.
MONDAY, MARCH 30
LENTEN LABYRINTH WALK
APRIL—CURSILLO!
Come closer to Our Father who loves us, get to know His
son Jesus even more than you do now. Fill your heart
with the fire of Love from the Holy Spirit.
Men's weekend: April 16-19
Women's weekend: April 30-May 3
If you want to learn more about Cursillo, please contact
Vernon Atwood, the Cursillo representative for
St. Irenaeus, at [email protected] or 714-686-7364
and/or visit this link: www.occursillo.org/whatis.php.
6:00 – 8:30 PM in the Parish Hall
All are invited to experience this full-body prayer which
offers a perfect way to take a Lenten “walk” with Jesus.
The serenity of the environment invites meditation, healing
and calm. If you’re in need of a quiet respite where you
may discern God’s voice, please join us in this very
powerful form of prayer. If you’re just curious, you’re more
than welcome to come and drink in the serenity of the
environment. It takes only about 20 minutes. Namaste!
MONDAY, APRIL 27
CAPACITAR EVENING
Monday, March 30 Chrism Mass
5:30 pm - St. Columban, Garden Grove
7:00 PM in the Education Bldg.
Our presenter, Karen Little, MSW, will discuss timely and
important topics such as Physician Orders for Lifesustaining Treatment and Advance care directives.
Holy Thursday, April 2
Morning Prayer 8:30 am
Stations of the Cross 10:15 am
Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper 7:30 pm
(All
(All--Parish Mass)
Good Friday, April 3
Morning Prayer 8:30 am
Liturgy of Good Friday 12:30 pm (English)
5:00 pm (Spanish)
Holy Saturday, April 4
Morning Prayer 8:30 AM
The Solemn Vigil of Easter 7:30 PM (All
(All--Parish Mass)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
NAMI (NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL
ILLNESS) MEETING—7:00 p.m. in classroom #7
Deacon Jerry Pyne and a NAMI representative will present
valuable information and literature to help families who are
coping with mental illness issues in their lives. Come and
be informed of the various agencies that may be helpful
as well as some general information that may aid in the
caregiving of those with mental illness challenges.
MONDAY, APRIL 6
WOMEN’S CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Youth Faith Formation workroom
If you are a cancer survivor, newly diagnosed or dealing
with treatment, your presence will be most welcome.
Meetings are held the first Monday of each month. If you
would like to attend, please contact Terry Arenz, our
WCSG Facilitator/Parish Nurse, at 562.924.5335.
7:00-8:30 PM Ed. Bldg.
Similar to Tai Chi, why not experience Capacitar with its
rhythmic and restorative movement to nourish body, mind
and spirit.
MONDAY, MAY 21
“ADVANCE CARE PLANNING: CHOICES FOR
LIVING AND DYING”
JULY 13-17
ST. IRENAEUS BIBLE CAMP
Expedition Everest:
Conquering Challenges with
God's Mighty Power!
SAVE THE DATE!
Look for more information soon!
HELP NEEDED
Preschool Bible Camp is looking for plastic gallon size
milk jugs for life-size igloo making. We need lots of them!
If you can help, please drop off empty jugs at the Youth
Faith Formation office beginning now until June 15.
We thank you in advance for helping us turn our preschool
classroom into a Mt. Everest wonderland!
If you love Bible Camp, we have a wonderful chance
to get involved in making our 2015 Bible Camp super
awesome! Join our Decorating Committee! Many hands
make light work! It is a big job to put together the amazing
decorations that the kids go crazy for and we would love
for you to join our team! No experience necessary. 
You can email Carolyn Balagot at
[email protected] We will be meeting several
times in the coming months to plan and begin creating our
décor! Come and join us! Qualifies for FISH hours.
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
JUNIOR HIGH YOUTH MINISTRY—Grades 7 & 8
PEACEMAKERS meet this week – March 24th from
7:00 – 8:15 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
NO Peacemakers next week. We will be on break until
April 14th.
HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH MINISTRY—Grades 9-12
FOOD FAST THIS WEEKEND – March 21/22. Please
keep us in your prayers.
NO SNL TONIGHT – We are resting from our famine.
See you back on April 12th.
YEAR II CONFIRMATION: Bishop Letters are due NO
LATER than March 23rd. Please be sure to get them in.
Confirmation Rehearsal: Monday, March 31st at
7:00 p.m. in the church.
REFLECTION
Sofia wishes she could hang out with her friends after
school, but instead she goes home to stay with her elderly
grandmother who can’t be left alone. Jamie’s brother Eric
has autism. Eric sometimes speaks too loudly or gets upset
in church. Even though he’s sometimes embarrassed by
his brother’s outbursts, Jamie brings him anyway because
it is important to his dad. Jen makes dinner and gets her
little sisters ready for bed even though she has to get her
homework done at the same time. Her mom has to work
two jobs and Jen knows she can help her family by being
there for her sisters. These are true stories of real teenagers
who, each in their own way, are dying to self. They are
giving up something they would prefer so they can be of
service to someone else. Jesus talks about the grain of
wheat that has to die before it can “bear much fruit” (John
15:8). This reading comes just before Jesus’s suffering
and death. We can share in his dying to self and in bearing
fruit when we put aside our own needs or desires to help
another person.
ACTION
This week give something up so that someone else can
benefit. It could be something small like letting someone
else (family or friends) pick the movie you’re going to
watch or choose the music in the car, or it could be
something bigger.
JOURNALING QUESTIONS
When is it hardest for you to give up what you want for
someone else? When is it something you want to do?
How’s Lent going for you? Would you say you’ve grown
closer to God or not? Is there anything you want to commit
to do (or not do) for this last week of Lent and Holy Week?
God’s Word, Your World! © 2014 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy
Training Publications. All rights reserved. Written by Nora BradburyHaehl. Permission to publish granted by the Most Reverend Francis J.
Kane, dd, Vicar General, Archdiocese of Chicago, on January 7, 2014.
CHILDREN’S MINISTRY—Pre-school-6th Grade
(and Sacrament Preparation for older students)
RICE BOWLS—Rice Bowls went home with the students.
They are a way for our students to be aware that there
are children and families that are hungry, need clothing,
etc. The bowls are due back in class on March 24, 25
and 29. All monies collected will go to Catholic Relief
Services. It is a stewardship project for the students.
EASTER BREAK – No Classes for two weeks.
Tuesday – March 31 & April 7 Classes resume on April 14
Wednesday – April 1 and 8 – Classes resume on April 15
Sunday – April 5 and 12 – Classes resume on April 19
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
St. Irenaeus Parish School
learning, believing, and serving…together
THANK YOU ANDREW CHINN!
On Tuesday, March 10th, the students of
St. Irenaeus Parish School were once again blessed
with a visit from Australian songwriter, Andrew
Chinn. Andrew has visited St. I for many years and
our students are always thrilled to see him return. He
shares his love for God through music and dance,
and has a special way of getting everyone involved
in the moment, even our eighth graders!
The students performed a concert for parents in the
morning that included students from every grade level. If
you would like to learn more about Andrew Chinn and his
music, visit his website at www.butterflymusic.com.
OPEN ENROLLMENT HAS BEGUN
We are currently accepting applications at St. Irenaeus
Parish School for the 2015-2016 school year. The school
office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
If you would like more information about our school or
would like to schedule a tour, please give us a call at
714-827-4500.
THIS WEDNESDAY!
JUNIOR HIGH INFORMATION NIGHT
Our school will be hosting a Junior High Information Night
this Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30pm in the Parish Hall.
This evening will showcase what our Junior High has to
offer here at St. Irenaeus. Did you know our 7th graders
receive C.P.R. training and take part in the living Stations
of the Cross? Did you know our 8th graders go to Astro
Camp, take part in the Academic Decathlon, and have a
graduation week like no other school? We will also have a
panel of St. I alumni currently in Catholic and public high
school. They can tell you first-hand how prepared they
were for high school and how they made that transition to
a new school. All are invited to attend.
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
ORANGE COUNTY
ON TAP
Theology on Tap is an opportunity for adults (21+) to explore issues and topics that relate to the
Catholic faith in a fun and casual environment.
On select evenings, residents of Orange County (and beyond!) are invited to attend various talks
by both religious and lay speakers to encourage thoughtful discussions and a deeper
understanding of the faith. We operate in complete fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Join us at 6:30PM at Valiant Brewery on Wednesday, March 25th for a little retreat among friends
this Lent.
Hope you didn't give up beer!
V ALIANT B REWING C OMPANY - 2294 N B ATAVIA S T , U NIT C O RANGE CA 92865
COME HUNGRY…
Burger Monster food
truck will be there
serving food!!!
T HEOLOGY
ON
T AP W EBSITE : www.theologyontapoc.org
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
TO PRAY FOR THE SICK
PARA PEDÍR POR LOS ENFERMOS
DID YOU KNOW?
Lisa Avila  Leo Charbonneau  Anne Cortes
Geneva Costa  Jasmine Cueva  Mike Greenwood
Elsie Gutierrez  Diane Haley  Ed Haley
Norma Hernandez  Carol Huff  Mary Hull
Martin Kirk  Dee Logan  Dona Lopshire
Beverly Makely  Maria Martin  Alyssa Martinez
Bill McCormick  Pete Palacpac  Judy Pena
Richard Reed  Verne Schuster
Madeleine Severance  Jerard VanDieren
Lydia Vizcarrondo  Arline Vezina
As part of our mission to provide basic needs to
area families in need, the H.O.P.E. ministry
accepts in-kind donations of clothing and small
household items.
Congratulations to our Newly Baptized
Michael Benjamin
Taylor Beuck
Joshua Droege
Shkeena Ebey
Adrienne Frances Fabian
Max David Fu
Michael Jacob Gomecua
James Gutierrez III
Alexander Jones
Matthew Mello
Marina Portillo
Nellie Rodriguez
Joseph Sung
Felipe Torres
Quinn Williams
A HEARTFELT THANK YOU
To my many friends in the St. Irenaeus family,
Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, cards, gifts
and visits for my wife Charlotte over the past months.
Charlotte’s battle with cancer ended with her passing
away on February 23rd, and she is now with our heavenly
father.
Life’s big adversities are best met with a strong faith in
God and the love and support of family and friends. Your
thoughts and prayers have been and continue to be a
very real source of strength and comfort. I thank each
and every one of you.
Sincerely,
Robert Escobar
READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY
29 M ARCH 2015
PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD
Isa 50:4-7 / Phil 2:6-11 / Mark 14:1-15:47; L38B
Sharing Questions: I help Jesus carry the cross
when… I stand by Jesus when…
Compartiendo Preguntas: Ayudo a Jesús a llevar la
cruz cuando … Estoy con Jesús cuando...
If you are planning to declutter your closet and
home during Spring cleaning, it’s a golden
opportunity to perform a corporal work of mercy by
donating a few items to H.O.P.E.
Items should be clean, gently used and in
working condition as they will be available free
of charge to H.O.P.E. clients on the very same
morning that you drop them off.
H.O.P.E. volunteers are stationed under the
picnic table shelter at the west end of the parish
school between 8:00 and 9:00am on the 1st and
3rd Saturday of each month to receive your
donations. (Because of a lack of storage space,
clothing and household items cannot be accepted
on other days or times).
To make sure that your donations are received by
H.O.P.E., please do not leave your donations
unattended when a volunteer is not present and
do not leave donations in any other location, such
as the church vestibule.
A donation receipt is available upon request.
Any donations remaining after the Saturday
morning distribution will be passed on to another
charity to help more families in need.
For more information about Helping Other People
Everyday contact the H.O.P.E. office at
714-826-0760.
22 MARCH 2015  5TH SUNDAY OF LENT
En el evangelio de este domingo de Juan 12: 20-33, llegamos a
entender que Jesús lo sabe todo, porque no es sólo es hombre,
sino que también y en primer lugar es Dios. Y si Jesús lo sabe todo,
¿cómo podría no saber que su pasión estaba cerca y que su resurrección
vendría poco después? Jesús lo sabe todo; él sabe que su hora ha llegado, la
hora de su glorificación. Esto no se refiere a la glorificación de su alma,
porque desde la Encarnación del Verbo, el alma humana de Jesús es
eternamente glorificada y santificada por el Espíritu Santo, que descansa
sobre El. Se refiere, más bien, a la glorificación de su cuerpo, ese elemento
de su persona que es tan importante para El. ¿No es lo que hace que el
Dios invisible sea visible en la tierra?
Sí, este es el precio de la vida eterna. Uno debe estar dispuesto, si Dios lo
quiere y pide, a perder la vida con el fin de obtener la vida eterna, la vida
misma de Dios que se nos ofrece para que podamos compartirla. Nuestra
alma es inmortal, pero nuestro cuerpo puede separarse de nuestra alma y
por lo tanto puede morir: este es el destino de todos nosotros, desde el
pecado original. Podemos, en cualquier momento, perder nuestra vida y
morir. Pero, ¿estamos resignados a morir? ¿Tenemos, en este momento,
que aceptar morir, cuando Dios quiera que lo hagamos, a fin de ganar el
cielo y la vida eterna? Jesús lo ha hecho por nosotros. Sigamos su ejemplo,
pidámosle la gracia y la fuerza para hacer este acto de renuncia: este acto
es el más grande que podemos hacer en nuestra vida.
¿Es fácil aceptar la muerte? A veces, sí; muy a menudo, no. Jesús mismo
nos ha dado su ejemplo. Él es el Todopoderoso, porque él es Dios. Pero él
quería darnos un ejemplo de la dificultad que podamos encontrar en la
aceptación de nuestra muerte. "Padre, sálvame de esta hora". Este es el
grito de Jesús en esta prueba, el juicio que iba a volver a vivir aún más
intensamente en la noche del Jueves Santo, en el huerto de Getsemaní.
Pero de inmediato recupera la compostura, porque la gracia de Dios
siempre triunfa si creemos en su omnipotencia: "Fue con este propósito
que vine a esta hora."
Nosotros, los que participamos en esta Eucaristía dominical, podremos
revivir sacramentalmente esta victoria de Cristo. Seremos invitados por el
Señor Jesús a venir y llenarnos de su vida divina, la cual nos ofrece en la
Eucaristía. Es la fuerza y el poder de su amor que nos invita a unirnos a
Él en ese lugar el cual es para toda la eternidad: en el cielo de nuestra
alma.
Con mi amor y oraciones en Cristo,
Padre Patricio
EL MEJOR AYUNO
Parte 2
¿Te animas a ayunar en esta
Cuaresma?
7- Ayuna de presiones y llénate
de oración
8- Ayuna de tristezas y amargura
y llénate de alegría el corazón
9- Ayuna de egoísmo y llénate de
compasión por los demás
10- Ayuna de falta de perdón y
llénate de actitudes de reconciliación
11- Ayuna de palabras inútiles y
llénate de silencio y de escuchar
a los otros
Si todos intentamos este ayuno,
lo cotidiano se llenara de:
PAZ, CONFIANZA, ALEGRIA Y VIDA.
ESTA SEMANA EN
NUESTRA PARROQUIA
LUNES—ROSARIO POR LA PAZ Y
LAS FAMILIAS a las 6:30pm en la
Iglesia.
MARTES—REUNION DEL EQUIPO
COORDINADOR DE JOVENES
PARA CRISTO en el salón Modular
a las 7pm.
JUEVES—GRUPO DE ORACION a
las 7pm en el salón #7.
PRACTICA DEL CORO HISPANO
a las 7pm en el salón #16.
VIERNES—JOVENES PARA
CRISTO, grupo de adultos, temas de
reflexión y crecimiento espiritual. Se
reúnen a las 7pm en el Edificio de
Educación.
SABADO—ASESORIA DE
INMIGRACION, salón #9.
Solamente por cita, llame al teléfono
714-869-5097.