You’re invited to a Project Linus Blanket Party!

All are Welcome! Bring a friend

Saturday, October 22, 2016                9 AM – 2:30 pm Davidson Center

Project Linus is a national volunteer organization that gives new, washable, handmade blankets to children in need of comfort.  Our chapter has now given away over 20,000 blankets!


We need the following supplies from each person:

Soft flannel fabrics in 2.5-yard lengths, preshrunk – as many as possible

Whichever gear set (below) you’d like to use, marked with your name:

SET A: sewing machine, extra needles, scissors, seam ripper, extension cord

SET B: iron, ironing board, sprayer, extension cord

SET C: rotary mat, rotary cutter, rotary ruler, scissors

SET D: sharp pins, scissors, hand needles, thread (pin cushion optional)

~If you would prefer to work with fleece, please bring all those supplies instead~

Lunch will be provided.

If you would like to donate muffins, chips, fruit, cookies, or drinks, please let me know.

I need an accurate lunch count, so PLEASE, PLEASE call or email this form to register.

Allyson Wyckhuyse            moc.l1475341651iamto1475341651h@yor1475341651t-sun1475341651iltce1475341651jorp1475341651       248-828-7511

Please provide Name and Phone #

Gear set you will bring: (Circle one)      A     B     C     D     Fleece

Clothing Drive is coming!

October 15th 8 – 11 am

Davidson Center

Sr. Mary Kay and Charlene are asking for clean used clothing and small household items.

If anyone is willing to work at the clothing drive or transport clothes to Kentucky(the cost of gas is your donation), please call John Vella at (248) 376-1555 or Greg Bright at (248) 396-7417



55 & Up….Upcoming

Thursday, Oct. 20 – 10 am Presentation by Fr Jim!** – Grateful & Joyful –
(Col 3:12-20) – How do we share Christ with others through our joy? – rsvp to gro.a1475341651isats1475341651anats1475341651@name1475341651suohk1475341651">kim

Meeting Rm B

Historic Church Tour & Brunch

 – October 23, 2016 @ 11:30am Mass   (Italian)                         

We will visit is Holy Family Church @ 11:30 am Mass celebrated in Italian

Fr. Guiseppe Licciardi

641 Chrysler Dr.

Detroit, MI 48226                                                                                                                                          313-963-2046

The parish of Holy Family was organized as the mother church of the Italian people in Detroit.  The first Italian family, the Lombards, came from a town near Milan in 1880.  At the turn of the century, a heavier influx came from southern Italy and Sicily and they founded the parish.  The church is 17th century Italian Baroque in style, a reminder of their native land.  The side altars reflect the predominantly Sicilian origins of the early parishioners; the one to the left of the high altar is dedicated to Our Lady of Trapani and the one to the right to Maria de Ferrasini.  The main altar, side altars, and the communion rail are of imported Carrar marble.

If you are interested in carpooling, please meet at our house around 10:30 am.   If you would like to participate in helping them in their outreach program – please bring a $10 gift card for groceries or gas.  

Carol Reschke, 6157 Walker Dr., Troy, MI   48085/248-879-6033



Prayer Shawl Ministry

Welcome to our new members! The St. Anastasia Prayer Shawl Ministry will meet on Wednesday, October 5,  2016 the morning group meets from 10 am-12 p.m. and the evening group at  7-9 p.m. We meet at the Faith@Work Catholic book store on the NW corner of Wattles and John R. to make shawls, hats or scarves.  Our handiwork serves as a tangible sign of Jesus’ love and we enjoy each other’s company in the process.  Call Pat Pillot 248-689-8189, moc.l1475341651oa@2t1475341651olliP1475341651P1475341651">email or Lorraine Pfahler  619-9849 for more info.