What’s Happening at St William’s Church

 

 

April Happenings 

Sunday, April 29th 8:30AM,
Grand Communion and Senior Recognition Mass,  Servers N Fritel, C Bercier, Eucharistic Ministers Madsen & Sahl, Lector Wilner Breakfast/Cleaning Men’s club Breakfast 
 

NOTE DATE CHANGE: Last RE class is Wednesday, May 2nd, there will be a burger feed and ice cream social, we will have training for Altar servers, Eucharistic Ministers and Readers. 

Rosary is ½ hour before mass each Sunday.
 

 

May Happenings

Friday, May 4th,
World Day of prayer at St. Williams 10AM, we are hosting the luncheon following the service.

Saturday, May 5th 
Altar Society plant social 9AM at Sheyenne Gardens, guests and children are welcome. Contact Judie 701-238-0908

Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th,
Immaculee Ilibagiza retreat at St. Anthony’s in Fargo.   The name of the speaker is Immaculee Ilibagiza and she is originally from the country of Rwanda.  She survived the genocide in 1994 by hiding with 7 other ladies in a bathroom of a Pastor’s home.  She wrote a New York Times best-selling book entitled “Left to Tell:  discovering God during the Rwandan genocide”. Please check out her website www.immaculee.com and you will learn more.  There are also some videos that you can watch to get a feel for what she is like.  Tickets can be purchased on her website or by calling St. Anthony’s at 701-237-6063 and then ask for Joe.  There is a fee of $57 for one person or $76 for two. A simply a breakdown of the event:  It starts Friday May 4th at 5PM in the evening and will end about 9 or 9:30 that night.  There will be a simple supper of pizza served that night during a break.  Saturday morning at 8 and will end about 12.  It will consist of 4 talks during that time period in which Immaculee will share her story, talk about the power of prayer and the theme of forgiveness.  She will also speak about the apparitions at Kibeho in Rwanda. 

Sunday, May 6th, Mass 10:00AM,
Servers M. Fritel & A. Steinberger, Eucharistic Ministers Schreiner & L. Steinberger, Lector Thompson Breakfast: There is a pancake breakfast at the Argusville Community Center sponsored by Northern Cass DI

Sunday, May 13th, Mass at 10:00AM,
Servers C. Fritel & S. Fritel, Eucharistic Ministers Madsen & S. Monson, Lector Keckler, Breakfast/Cleaning Chadduck & Thompson

Sunday, May 20th, Mass 10:00AM,
Altar Servers Bercier & J. Metzger, Eucharistic Ministers K. Monson & K. Wilner, Lector L. Steinberger, Breakfast Men’s Club

Sunday, May 27th, Mass 10:00AM,
Volunteers, No Breakfast served

Summer! SuMmEr! SUMMER!  Volunteers are needed for all ministries during the summer months, if you are here and able to fulfill one of the ministry duties please do so. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

An easy way to remember the parish during the summer months. Our expenses remain the same in the summer even while many of our parishioners are away.   Have you signed up yet? St. William’s Electronic Giving Website  Your weekly tithing amount will automatically be deducted from your account and sent to St. Williams. There is also a link on the parish website www.stwilliamschurch.org 

 

Enjoy the sunshine and always let the SON shine in you!
 
St. William’s Parish Secretary

Karen Schreiner

 



St William of Norwich

 

St William of Norwich

was a twelve-year-old boy, an apprentice to a tanner in Norwich, England.  He was kidnapped and ritually tortured and crucified because of his christian faith.
 

Parish Phone:

701-484-5211
ADDRESS:
107 Drake Ave
Argusville, ND  58005