Please be aware the fencing has gone up around the new church construction area in the parking lot. We have lost many parking spaces. Please use caution when entering the parking lots. The map above indicates where the fencing is and also the entrance points to the church building for the next several months. The red lines on the map are the fence. The green lines indicate the entrances to the main church.
If you park in the back lot (close to the PLC or the little playground), you will have to enter the church building through the family room double doors, or the single door near the playground. From the parking area you will have to use the new ramp by the dumpsters. If you park in the front lot, you can use the sidewalk by the fencing to get to the main entrance, or you can go up the stairs to get to the PLC or Family Room entrance. NO DOORS ARE CLOSED to the church building, only one sidewalk is closed (the one by the butterfly garden.
Handicap accessibility is only available from the entrances near the playground area. The speed limit in the parking lot is 5mph.
Thank you for your patience as we enter this exciting new phase of church construction!
‘Jesus said: "The time has come. The kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!"’ (Mark 1:14-15)
Continuing to pollute the atmosphere when we know the dangers, goes against what we know of God’s ways and God’s will. We are failing to love not only the earth, but our neighbours and ourselves, who are made in God's image. God grieves over the destruc-tion of creation and so should we. Repentance means finding creative, constructive and immediate ways of addressing the danger. It happens when God’s Spirit enables a change of mind and change of heart, prompting a turn from past wrong and a decision to change direction. For our generation, reducing our dependence on fossil fuels has become essential to Christian discipleship.
Noah Declaration points from www.operationnoah.org. Noah is a British Christian organization.
St. Therese is a rapidly growing, multicultural, Catholic family located in the Lake Norman area, invigorated by a Jesuit spirituality.
Our purpose is to deepen our faith and to grow ever more perfectly for the greater glory of God. We are committed to faith education for all ages and groups. We welcome and support new, present, and returning parishioners.
Through ongoing stewardship and active involvement, we seek to become more like the 'Little Flower' of Jesus, St. Therese; following her "little way" of doing ordinary things with "extra-ordinary" love.
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As we look at our lives and the many ways God has blessed us, let us give back a proportionate gift to the DSA as a way of saying thank you to the Lord. God will never be outdone in generosity.
As of March 3rd, we have $103,068.64 paid and pledged and we need $25,639.36 to reach our goal of $128,708.