“How Can I Keep From Singing”
It is a great hymn and how wonderful to sing our great God‘s praises together!... but unfortunately we have not been able to sing due to COVID-19. However, so that we might plan ahead for when we will be able to have choir rehearsals and sing as a choir at Mass, we can meet safely and have fellowship, while our Choir Conductor will demonstrate vocal techniques that can be practiced at home. Safety precautions will be in place: sanitization, masks, and social distancing. All interested are invited to join Juleeann Schlitter, Choir Conductor, and, Jennifer Barbarita, Music Director, on Thursday May 20 at 6pm in the PLC. If you are interested or have questions please feel free to email me at [email protected]
Mon: 8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Tues - Fri: 8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon and 1:00 - 3:00 PM
For a Sacramental Emergency, please call 644-7300 and follow the instructions.
If you have any interest in participating in a group of young people between the ages of Grade 7 to Grade 12, please contact the Christian Formation Office (302-644-7413) or email: [email protected]
Saturday Evening: 4:00 PM (Also Livestreamed)
Sunday: 7:00 AM, 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM
Daily Mass: 8:00 AM, Mon - Sat
Before coming to the parish, please ensure you have read the Parish COVID Procedures
Sunday Mass will continue to be livestreamed and recorded at: St Jude Lewes
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Saturday: 8:45 - 9:15 AM (After 8:00 AM Mass) in the Christian Formation Center
The First Friday of every month, 6:00 - 8:00 PM in the Christian Formation Center
Note: Confession will continue as long as people are waiting.
St Jude Mobile APP
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Message from the ST. Jude Finance Council
Updated16 December 2020
We are pleased with the continued and increasing financial support our Parishioners are providing. Back in October, we were receiving about 81% of our budgeted dollars in the Offertory. Today, it has moved to the mid to high eighty percent level. We very much appreciate those who have continued to contribute. Thanks to each of you for your support and sacrifice. For without it, we would not have been able to continue our pastoral mission through the COVID pandemic.
As before, we ask you to prayerfully consider your Offertory contributions. For those of you at home who are not able to attend our Masses, we ask that you please continue your customary offerings in support of the many ministries and administration of our parish. For those who have suspended giving and are now able to contribute, we ask you to help us close the gap in our need to attain the amount of Offertory that will sustain us in meeting our parish expenses.
Contributions can be made by several methods. Attending Masses, you can use the collection baskets located at the back of the church. By mail, please send your church envelopes with your offering to our address at 152 Tulip Drive, Lewes DE 19958-1689. At the entrance to the Parish Office, there is a drop box in which you can deposit your offerings. Also, online giving is available through the WeShare system. Please click Online Giving on the St. Jude’s website (www.stjudelewes.org) to access WeShare. If you have any questions regarding any form of giving, please call the Parish Office at 302-644-7300 or email [email protected].
We ask our Lord Jesus Christ to be present in each of your daily lives. We know that He is always with us to give us the grace and fortitude through these difficult times.
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