Christmas Weekend Masses

December 19th, 2017 | Posted by K Graham in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Christmas Weekend Masses)

Which Sunday and Christmas Mass combination are YOU going to partake in?

Sunday Mass Times:

4pm Saturday Evening
8am Sunday Morning

5:30pm Saturday Evening
10am Sunday Morning

Christmas Mass Times: 

4pm Sunday Evening
8am Monday Morning

Midnight, Sunday Night
10am Sunday Morning

***Don’t forget that Confession is a great way to prepare ourselves for Christ’s birth.
Confessions will be available before and after all Masses (other than on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.) Masses before Christmas Eve include: Wednesday at 6:30pm in Girard, Thursday at 8am in Arma, Friday at 7am in Girard, Saturday at 4pm in Arma, or lastly Saturday at 5:30pm in Girard.


***New Year’s Masses will be Dec. 31 at 5:30pm in Girard, Jan. 1 at noon in Arma, or Jan. 1 at 10am in Girard. No Confessions before or after Mass on New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day.


Helping Families in Need

December 1st, 2017 | Posted by K Graham in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Helping Families in Need)

St. Michael’s Church had a successful food drive for the Girard Food Pantry! Thank you so much to parish members and the Altar Society for donations. Joan Davied said her vehicle was packed full for today’s delivery. We look forward to more food drives to help support a valuable local ministry.

Did you know Girard has a Food Pantry?

It is housed at First Christian Church on Summit Street and supported by Girard’s Ministerial Alliance. Many local churches, business, and organizations help keep it stocked and we are happy to do our part. Here’s where you can find it: 

First Christian Church
202 N. Summit
(620) 724-8910
Open 10 a.m. to noon Mondays and Wednesdays or by appointment

Donations can be made at the back of St. Michael’s Church.

Girard also has a “Blessing Box” that is almost always in need of “Blessings” (i.e. non-perishable items). It is located outside of the apartments down the street from the Elementary School and St. Michael’s Church.