St. Thomas Church
A "Holy Hour" brings us closer to Christ and we bring everyone else along with us as we make a gift of time and prayer.
Sign up below as you can. Scroll along the top of the tab group to choose times up to four months ahead. Also, when you arrive for your time slot, SIGN IN at the Eucharistic Adoration station, a small rolling cart on the baptismal side of the church, near the Elizabeth Street entrance.
**You do not have to commit to a regular time although this is helpful. Friday afternoon and evening is the hardest to cover, particularly mid to late afternoon and after 9 p.m.
**Ladies - do not sign up in a late-night or wee hours slot unless there is another woman (or a man you know) also signed up at the same time.
The Elizabeth St. entrance remains open throughout the night. For emergencies, questions, and concerns any time during the 24-hour adoration period.
If you cannot make your time, please swap with someone else. If you can't find anyone, be sure to let Terry know as far in advance as possible.
NOTE: The first hour of adoration, Friday 8a-9a, is unique in that it is our "Family-Friendly" adoration time with St. Thomas School, open to all families who want to bring young children to Jesus in the Eucharist. There is a service of alternating group prayer, singing, and silence. After the schoolchlldren leave at around 8:40, music continues and the hour ends with Powerline intercessory prayers. So if you're looking for silence, this is not the hour for you!
POWERLINE: Find the weekly intercession sheet at the adoration sign-in station. Feel free to pray these quietly with other Powerline members at some point during your adoration time, as long as you are not disturbing other adorers. We will have an official time of Powerline intercession at the top of the 8a-9a hour on Friday as stated above.
|| Terry Fremuth