Fall 2014 Newsletter
Incarnate Word's Book Fair is coming! “Sir Readalot’s Castle: Enter the Kingdom of Books”… Please plan to attend our upcoming Book Fair, held in the Kent Center (gym) from Monday, November 3rd – Sunday, November 9th. The Fair will be open during school hours Monday-Friday, with our Annual Family Night on Thursday, November 6th from 6-8 pm. We are also hosting a “Grands” event on Sunday morning (November 9) before, during, and after all Masses, complete with donuts, coffee, and juice; please bring anyone who plays a “grand” role in your children’s life!
The Knights of Columbus and Dierbergs have teamed-up to support our Disabled Veterans this Saturday and Sunday, Nov 1st and 2nd. There are 5 Dierberg's stores offering this charitable opportunity. Purchase BBQ from this special menu (below) and Dierbergs will donate a portion of the proceeds to "THIS ABLE VETERAN" a non-profit charity that trains service dogs to assist disabled Veterans. You can order in the 3 ways: Internet..Phone..and Walk-In. Knights and Dierbergs BBQ
2015 will be a milestone year for Incarnate Word Parish. We will celebrate our 50th anniversary! We will be producing a new anniversary pictorial directory of parishioners. PLEASE be a part of that by having your picture taken for the directory.
There is no cost to our church to produce this directory, and each participating family will receive a complimentary 8x10 portrait and free directory and have the opportunity to purchase additional portraits to share with family & friends. Sign-ups for the photography sessions after Masses will begin the weekend of October 25/26 or on-line by clicking on the icon below. Please note on-line sign-ups are suspended on the weekends as the sign-up sheets will be only available in the church vestibule on weekends.
November 13th - 15th and November 18th - 20th
December 9th - 13th
Times: Weekdays: 2:00pm – 9:00pm Saturdays: 10:00am – 4:30pm
Incarnate Word 8th graders are selling raffle tickets for autographed items personally signed by the St. Louis Cardinals.
Our group of volunteers provide a meal for up to 200 clients at Peter & Paul in the Soulard neighborhood.
On the 20th of each month, Incarnate Word volunteers prepare, transport and serve a meal to the homeless clients of Peter & Paul Community Services, an ecumenical human service agency committed to providing transitional housing and supportive services to the homeless, especially those experiencing mental illness, HIV/AIDS or drug or alcohol addiction. Our group of volunteers provide a meal for up to 200 clients at Peter & Paul in the Soulard neighborhood. Volunteers are Needed! Click here for sign-ups