All-night adoration is held the first Friday of each month until 8:00am Saturday morning.
All parishioners and visitors are invited to spend time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is located to the right of the altar as you face it, behind the piano.
What is Adoration?
Adoration is adoring and honoring the presence of Christ in the Eucharist. The Blessed Sacrament is held within a holder called a monstrance. During this time with Jesus, you can recite your favorite prayers, read the bible, pray a rosary or other types of prayerful devotions. You can talk to God or sit in total stillness. All are invited for as much time as you wish to spend.
Becoming an Adoration Guardian
Everyone is invited to come visit, worship, and adore the Blessed Sacrament. To make sure adoration can safely take place, at least one person, but preferably two, is with our Lord at all times. These guardians make it possible for all parishioners to experience the blessings of Eucharistic adoration.
Weekly guardians commit to spending time in adoration a specific hour each week. Instructions are provided on finding a substitute if you are unavailable and assistance is provided if needed.
Adoration guardian substitutes fill in for permanent guardians or during open adoration hours.
First Friday guardians commit to spend time in adoration a specific hour the first Friday of each month. Adoration begins at 9:30am Friday and ends Saturday at 8:00am.
2019 Eucharistic Congress
All are invited to the 2019 Eucharistic Congress to celebrate the visible, living presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. This free conference brings over 30,000 people together to grow as a community centered around the Eucharist.
Schedule and Information