More than 50 people are already signed up! We have room for more.
All of you are invited to participate in The Rescue Project coming to Queens on Tuesday evenings for 8 weeks starting September 19 and continuing through November 7, from 6pm to 8:15 each evening. This will include a retreat on Saturday November 4th starting with Mass at 8am and concluding at 2:45pm.
This program is FREE. It takes place in Vincentian Hall, starting with dinner each week, a short video and small group discussion. The first night and the retreat will be catered. The other weeks will feature a potluck meal prepared by you! We do need you to sign up using the link below, if you have not already done so.
Childcare is available so bring the whole family and save yourself having to cook or do the dishes on Tuesdays for 8 weeks!
The Rescue Project was developed by Detroit priest and Ave Maria Radio host Fr. John Riccardo. His book Rescued tells the story of salvation for a modern audience, helping us to see the world and ourselves as God does, where religion becomes more about a loving relationship with God and with each other, not just a set of rules, rubrics and regulations to live by.
Everyone is welcome. You are the lifeguards who are going to help us throw the life preservers to those who need them most. The Rescue Project can benefit:
- people who are not strong or passionate about their faith,
- those whose faith has been shaken by a crisis or trauma,
- those who have lost their faith,
- younger people who are disillusioned with God and religion,
- and even those who do not know God.
Invite them and attend with them. The Rescue Project can provide inspiration and motivation for everyone who attends.
There are QR codes on the posters at the doors of church or you can sign up right here in this e-mail!
Please don’t sit this one out. The world needs God. We need God – now more than ever before. And we need the church to gain access to the sacraments and the hope of salvation. We need to be Rescued.
Join us Tuesday evenings this fall starting September 19 for The Rescue Project.