If you think church is a place to visit on Sunday only, be prepared to have that idea challenged. At St. Henry one of the first things you will notice when you drop by the parish office during the week is how busy it is! Learn more >
St. Henry Catholic Church’s attention to religious education is an exception to the rule. Not only is our focus on children’s faith formation via classes and vacation bible school but we continue our faith journey with an outstanding youth ministry and confirmation program. Learn more >
St. Henry aims to share the Body of Christ in both our celebration of the sacraments and in the work we do in our community. Volunteers and prayer partners are the engines that drive the work of our community. Learn more >
Youth Ministry is heading to The Big Easy in July for a week of service, community living, friendship, exploration and fun! Students who are interested in serving with us need to get in touch with Dave in the parish office right this minute. This project is meant for every student in 10th-12th grades. If you missed the info meeting, that doesn't mean that you have to miss the project. Get involved right now!
Odds are that you're either having or going to a party next weekend... so save up those bottles and cans for deposit! Youth Ministry will collect them after all masses on the weekend of February 7-8. Proceeds will go to help make our parish youth program work awesomely!
Right now at St. Henry, our major conversation is about The Domestic Church - the community of faith that gathers under our own roofs. We're talking about families! This week's special prayer intentions are meant to support and heal all of the injuries that your family may have experienced over the years: alienation, conflict, hurt feelings, abuse, neglect, challenging situations and bad decision making... every family has its own history of conflict and hurt. Please feel free to stop by the church this week to include your family in the parish's book of prayer. Our shared prayers can be a good first step towards recognizing hurt and beginning the healing process.