Are You In Need Of A Prayer?
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you
through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Thousands of groups meet weekly around the world.
Visit or join our group at any time. And attend as many meetings as you like.
We offer groups in the Fall and Spring on Tuesdays, at our Navarre Campus.
To find out more information, click on the link and go to “Find a Group”.
You can search for us by typing Navarre into the location.
Visit At: griefshare.org
Our Family Life group not only creates the “fun” activities for the Parish, they also work together to help guide us spiritually. They create Easter Egg Hunts, Children’s party with St. Nicholas, our Parish Picnic, Welcome and baby baskets, Soup Cook-Off, Garage Sale and much more!
The women of this Society are dedicated to serving our Parish in several different ways ~ Just To Name A Few: Flowers for the Churches, Purchasing our Hosts for Mass, Sewing and Designing Altar Cloths and Matching Priest Chasubles, Creating Spiritual journeys and Bible Reflections. To raise funds for these projects, the Society hosts events such as their annual Soup & Salad Luncheon, Mother Daughter Dinner and their newest venture, Wine, Cheese & Chocolate Fest.
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FAIRLESS FOOD PANTRY
Our Food Cupboard distributes groceries to those in the Fairless school district who are in need the last Thursday of each month, except in November and December when it is the 3rd Thursday. Distribution is from our St. Therese church basement, 10:00am to Noon. The Cupboard is in coordination with the Fairless Clergy Association. Many hands work together to help over 150 families each month make ends meet. To volunteer, call 330-879-5900.
To seek assistance, bring a picture ID and a utility bill showing your address
to verify you are in the school district.
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Holy Family Parish Brewster ~ Navarre
Knights of Columbus Navarre Council 5582 embraces the principles of
Father Michael J. McGiveny, founder of the Knights of Columbus.
The Goal of our Council is to exemplify Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism, provide service to our parish community and youth, affirm the "right to life" and lead by example as faithful catholic members of our community.