All of us can become more intentional about living the faith at home in ways that attract their friends, families, and neighbors to Jesus.
Upcoming Discipleship Nights
APR: Easter Prayer@Home
Wednesday, April 7 . 6pm
In Person (at St. Peter site Church) or Virtual (via Youtube)
Gain valuable tools for how to pray at home during the 50 days of the Easter season. Prayer, family activities, music, and snacks will be provided!
Previous Discipleship Nights
What are Discipleship Nights?
Each month, Discipleship Nights are an opportunity for everyone at Most Blessed Sacrament Parish to dig deeper into an intentional faith habit that the entire parish is focusing on. Resources will be available for homes with members of all ages to take home and continue the discussion and reflection throughout the month.
Discipleship Nights are designed to help everyone – regardless of what your family looks like – grow in a relationship with Jesus. They are designed to help parishioners of all ages form and deepen their relationship with Christ and His Church. We want everyone to fall in love with Jesus Christ.
Discipleship Nights will give you and your household the practical and spiritual support you need to live a faith-filled life.
Discipleship Nights are open to people of all ages and take place on the first Wednesday of each month from 6pm – 7:30pm.
Discipleship Night Format
Together we will pray, hear a personal witness from someone who has been changed by Jesus Christ, and listen to a powerful message from a ministry leader about the faith.
After this, families and individuals will be able to experience a hands-on activity that brings the lesson to life.
After the activities, household members will have an opportunity to pray together and discuss the lesson.
You’ll leave with additional resources, tips, and activities to help you continue the conversation in the weeks between Discipleship Nights.
“[Catholics] must learn to form their family as a “domestic church,” a church in the home as it were, where God is honored, his law is respected, prayer is a normal event, virtue is transmitted by word and example, and everyone shares the hopes, the problems and sufferings of everyone else.
All this is not to advocate a return to some outdated style of living: It is to return to the roots of human development and human happiness!”