Called to Serve

There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord. There are different kinds of working, but in all of them and in everyone is the same God at work.  1 Corinthians 12:4-6

Forms are due.  We accept forms all year long, but know that schedules for the new year are in progress.  So please make sure we know you turned in your Yellow Form and want to serve and be added to the existing schedules.  We Need You!  thank you for taking this opportunity to serve our community.

2012-13 Commitment Form legal size

Homebound Ministry

We are in need of volunteer Homebound Ministers to deliver Eucharist to our parishioners who cannot get to Mass. You would be put on a rotation schedule approximately every 5 weeks to visit 4 people. We visit mostly in Troy. Your day of visits depends solely on your availability. You can go during the day, weekend or evening. Training is provided. Please pray on this. It is a very rewarding ministry and those you visit are truly grateful for your gifts.

Please call Kim Houseman for more information 248.689.8380 x112.


Fortnight for Freedom – Prayer & Reflection

Thursday, June 28th @ 7pm

St. Anastasia Church

Reflection by: Dcn. Don Baross


Please come pray for the protection of Religious Freedom together with your church family.

Together we can make a difference.

Families and children welcome.

Bring a friend

Location: Church

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Garden of Giving

Spring is right around the corner! Would you like to help feed the hungry and have fun in the process? Do you love to garden? The Garden of Giving, located in the courtyard here at St. Anastasia, is calling your name! All of the vegetables produced from the garden are donated to a shelter. Duties include: planting, weeding, harvesting, and clean-up in the fall. Please email Cheryl Goniwiecha if interested: *protected email*

Thank you!

St. Aloysius

There is a need for children’s hats, gloves or mittens and scarves! More children are seen lately who are without. If you or any of your friends could help collect these items, in the month of January.

God bless you for all you do for St. Al’s.