The College Ministry Team will be selling homemade caramels after all Masses on the weekend of February 11 and 12.
Our homemade caramels have become a sought-after item and we sell them only twice a year -- get them now just in time for Valentine's Day!
Our ministry team values the young adults of our parish and wants to continue to suport them while they are off at college; your contributions help enable us to do that.
Please stop by and support our ministry by purchasing caramels or making a donation.
Here's more about our program:
"I would love to be a part of the program. I enjoy getting mail from the church. When there are nice words to be said it helps me get through the rest of my week! I really do appreciate what the ministry does for us!"
~ A college student in the St Max College Ministry program
What is the College Ministry program? How does it impact you? As members of one Church and one parish, we support each other, especially through prayer.
For many college students, living on their own, away from family and friends, and with current social distancing rules and online learning instead of in-class sessions, can be very challenging and disheartening. Your prayers are powerful and can make a world of difference.
Our program exists to support our young adult college parishioners and keep them connected to our parish and their faith.
Check out our program in the article below, and if you'd like to participate (as either a student, or a member of our team, or as a benefactor), or you have more questions, please contact us. Our co-chairs are Catherine Taylor (763-257-6340) and AmyJo Madson (763-843-3102) or you can email us at email@example.com.
Please remember college students in your prayers. Thank you!