What’s Your Story Workshop

We have been sharing stories all year on the parish theme of “What’s Your Story? …with Jesus.” This logo reminds us that each of us has a story inside of us. Some of us may like to share our story, while others just want to know their story, keep it private, learn, grow and continue on with it. In saying that, we will be holding a workshop on Saturday, September 17, 2016 to help you discover yWhats your Storyour own story.  We will gather in Meeting Room B from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Please register by calling Regina Simony, 248-689-8380, Ext. 120 or register by email.

God bless you!  Regina Simony, Adult Faith & RCIA Coordinator


St. Anastasia Knights of Columbus – Pancakes!!

Pancake Breakfast -In the Davidson Center

Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016

8 a.m. until 12 Noon

Adults $5.00

Children $3.00

Children under three are free


Prayer Shawl Ministry

The first gathering of  St. Anastasia’s  Prayer Shawl Ministry is Wednesday,  September 7,  2016 from 10 am-12 a.m. or  7-9 p.m. We meet at the Faith@Work Catholic book store on the NW corner of Wattles and John R. The group members knit or crochet shawls, hats, or scarves as a visible sign of God’s love, and we enjoy conversation and needlework in the process.  Most of our supplies are donated by parish members, and we offer mini lessons to those who are new to needlework.  Please direct any questions to Pat Pillot 248-689-8189, moc.l1472360696oa@2t1472360696olliP1472360696P1472360696 or Lorraine Pfahler   moc.o1472360696ohay@1472360696relha1472360696fplf1472360696   We hope you will join us!


Garden of Giving

If you have a backyard garden, you probably have an abundance of produce.  Once you have shared with your family and neighbors, if you still have an abundance left, we can help you share it with others in need, at Lighthouse in Pontiac and seniors on very low income in Troy.

Simply bring your unwashed, fresh produce to St. Anastasia (4571 John R) on Sundays or Wednesdays.  You may drop it off outside, just in the front of the Pastoral Center doors.  There will be containers and a garden fence to indicate the drop off area from August 1 – Sept 15th.

There are many hungry people, not very far away.  You can make a difference just by sharing of yourself and your gifts.

“Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? And the king will say to them in reply, Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of the least brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:37, 40)


For more information please contact Kim Houseman, 248.689.8380.x112.