Brother Knights. We can still use volunteers for 6:00-7:00 p.m. on March
13 as we have 1 person so far.
Also, the attached file has the updated schedule for the day.
On Mon, Mar 8, 2021, 6:41 PM Brett Gissel <" >> wrote:
> Brother Knights,
> As part of a diocesan wide activity holding adoration daily for 40 days,
> St. Michael is holding adoration on Saturday, March 13. If you are looking
> for an opportunity for adoration or confession, this is a good time to go.
> The schedule of what will be done throughout the day is below.
> We are also in need of some volunteers to help with hospitality (mostly
> greeting people). The hour assigned to the Knights Of Columbus is
> 6:00-7:00 p.m. I apologize for the short notice as the first 2 emails with
> this information did not get distributed to everyone that was supposed to
> get it. *If you are able to help, please follow the link below and sign
> up there.*
> *Schedule for Day of Adoration at St. Michael — March 13th*
> 8:00 am – Daily Mass
> 8:30 am – Exposition & silent adoration (Confession available)
> 9:00 am – Children’s hour (Confession available)
> 10:00 am – Silent adoration
> 2:30 pm – (Confession available until 3:30pm)
> 4:00 pm – Vigil Mass
> 6:00 pm – Vespers
> 6:30 pm – Silent adoration
> 7:00 pm – Praise and worship hour (Confession available, pending
> priest availability)
> 8:00 pm – Benediction
> Sign up to volunteer during the 6:00-7:00 p.m. hour for the Knights Of
> The general directions provided for volunteers throughout the day are
> below. Directions specific to the time slot are included in Signup Genius
> *Hospitality Volunteer Role Description:*
> – Greet all parishioners and guests coming to adore Jesus with a smile
> and “Hi, welcome to St. Michael.”
> – They may not want to talk, so you can leave your greeting at that
> unless they continue the conversation.
> – Be available to answer questions about where to find the church,
> bathrooms, confessions, etc.
> – You will be able to see confession locations in the program that
> will be available in Marian Hall that day.
> – Keep an eye out to ensure visitors are sanitizing their spot in the
> pews as they leave.
> – If anyone forgets to do so, quietly go to their pew and sanitize
> their spot for them.
> Thank you,
> Brett Gissel