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Metanoia Faith & Fellowship Group

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Metanoia Faith & Fellowship Group

Every other Tuesday at 1:30 pm

Looking for a Faith & Fellowship Group for the spring and summer? Dave Gleason would like to invite you to join this 10-part series called Metanoia: A journey with Christ Into Conversion. This is a great follow-up to Easter.

Sessions will meet every other Tuesday at 1:30pm at their home (call Dave for address). All are welcome. 

June 27: Jesus Prays
July 11: Hunger & Thirst
July 25: Jesus Calls & Empowers
August 8: Jesus’ Power Over the Evil One
September 5: Do You Love Me?

Please register below or call Dave at 440-669-3740 to register.

METANOIA – and believe in the Gospel. In the Gospel of Mark, the first words of Jesus are an invitation to metanoia, to repent, to change, to be converted. This series is beautifully filmed on location in the Holy Land, highlighting sacred places such as the Sea of Galilee, the River Jordan, the desert of Temptations, and many of the holy sites in Jerusalem. Each of the 10 episodes explores areas of our life where conversion is so often necessary. Metanoia will examine topics such as who is Jesus, what must we do to inherit eternal life, and many other significant matters of faith. With preaching from Fr. Dave as well as personal testimonies from men and women, young and old, religious and lay, their stories will inspire you to seek to encounter Jesus and the new life he is constantly inviting us to. Metanoia is a production of The Ministry of the Wild Goose and 4PM Media in association with Franciscan University of Steubenville and the Franciscan Friars TOR Province of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

RSVP Below!

Metanoia Faith & Fellowship Group



Parish Registration

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Eucharistic Adoration

Come and spend some time in prayer during Eucharistic Adoration as we “watch and wait," remaining “silent” in His loving Presence.

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