Saturday Drive-Up Confessions, Mustard Seed, Haiti Movie, and more
Mustard Seed, Friday, May 1
Can you help us provide 125 bagged lunches?
Due to the COVID-19 virus the Mustard Seed has asked us to provide 125 bagged lunches instead of cooking dinner.
Needed: Volunteers to make
-Email Sue Black at
- let her know how many bagged lunches you will make.
-Make 5-10 individual lunch bags- Each should include:
- one sandwich (of any kind)
- one piece of fruit
- one snack
(cookies, chips or pretzels, or similar)
- one napkin
-Drop Off Lunches on Friday, May 1st no later than 11am.
- Drop off location: 11 Old Nourse St, Westborough
"No contact" drop off:
The tailgate of the Black's truck will be open so that all bags can be placed directly in the truck bed.
Thank you so much for your help! Please stay healthy and safe!
If there are any questions, please email or call Sue Black:
Parish Center Parking Lot
Saturday, April 25th
1pm - 3pm
Confessions from your car will be offered in the parking lot of St. Luke's Parish Center, using best practices of social distancing.
You can arrive together, but please, only one person can be in the car during confession.
Help us create an orderly process. Please follow the traffic flow diagram here.
Enter the parking lot through the 2nd entrance from the right. Exit out the 1st entrance, turning left towards West Main Street. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Land of High Mountains
Available to rent
The cost is $9.99
All proceeds benefit
St. Damien Pediatric Hospital in Haiti.
Coronavirus led to the postponement of our special March screening here in the US. We are SO HAPPY to inform you that the movie will soon be available to rent to stream live and watch over a 24-hour period.
To Rent or Pre-order:
St. Luke's Parish has helped to support Fr. Rick Frechette and the children of St. Damien's Pediatric Hospital for many years. "
The Land of High Mountains
" is a powerful account of the incredible people both Haitian and foreign who are working together to heal the children of the island and to realize the dreams of a nation.
This beautiful film allows us to experience the life saving work done at St Damien’s Pediatric Hospital. The film is authentic, truly Haitian, with original Haitian music. It portrays the resiliency of the poor, their incredible faith, and hope for a better future.
Don't miss this inspiring movie!
For more information and to see the trailer:
Women of St. Luke's
WoSL has only one annual fundraiser, the proceeds of which help many of our parish ministries as well as the greater community. They cancelled their Annual Raffle. Instead, they are asking us to help
by donating grocery store cards to help families in need. Read the letter to find out more.
Thank you, WoSL, for all you do!
Dear St. Luke's Family
St. Luke's Masses are available to view online.
to watch the beautiful Holy Week and Easter Masses.
to watch Family Home Masses, recorded from Msgr. Mike's family home.
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on Wednesday, April 22 at 3:25PM