St. Anselm’s is scheduled to host the Winter Nights families in Jackson Hall from October 11 until October 25 this year. Right now it’s looking like our co-host for the second week will be the LDS church in Danville. As long as I’ve been involved with Winter Nights, St. Anselm’s has been the first church
While Father John is on a well-deserved vacation, we welcome guest ministers to deliver the sermon and conduct the worship celebration. On June 20th, the congregation was pleased to welcome Rev. Steve Sturgeon, who recently relocated with his family to Clayton from Utah. Click here to hear his sermon. One June 27th and July 4th,
We are very pleased that Bishop Marc will be visiting St. Anselm’s remotely for this Sunday’s service and will deliver the homily. In addition to being with us for our regularly-scheduled Zoom service at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Bishop Marc will be joining us again at 11:30 a.m. for a town hall meeting on Zoom.
Here’s the Zoom link for anyone wishing to join in the Wednesday 7pm Bible Study.
St. Anselm’s opens doors to worshipers starting Sunday, May 23rd. Only one service, at 9am, will be held. Safety protocols, approved by the Diocese, are in place. Please note that doors will remain open throughout the service to encourage fresh air circulation. No coffee hour after the service, but parishioners are welcome to greet one
Anyone wishing to join Bible Study is encouraged to do so. We meet once a week for one hour, on Wednesday evenings at 7pm. The subject of the Bible Study is the New Testament, and currently we are reading Luke. The reading for Wednesday May 5th is Luke Chapter 20. Here is the Zoom link.
Sentenced to life imprisonment + 60 years in Mississippi’s Parchman Prison, Sheldon Gooch had little hope. Then the prison chaplain, a diminutive Brit named Wendy Hatcher got a hold of him, and his life changed. Long before he appeared on Oprah, reconciling with two men he had terrorized at gun point, Sheldon found freedom in
We will be observing Palm Sunday on March 28th. Therefore, the liturgy is changed this week and you will need to print the entire service leaflet for this week only. Click here to find the full service for Penitential Order Rite Two. May the peace the surpasses understanding guide you every day of your life.
In the final session of this series, a speaker panel and small group discussions were held, focusing on how individuals and communities can support restorative practices. Here is a link to the recording on YouTube.
Deacon John Storm, director of Restorative Justice Ministries for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa (and a former parole officer) will describe delivering pastoral care to all those harmed by crime in his community: victims and their families, offenders and their families, first responders and law enforcement personnel, and the public. To watch the