Poinsettia Fund

PHonor or remember your loved one this Christmas season by contributing to Our Lady of the Mount Poinsettia Fund. The suggested cost begins at $20 per remembrance. Forms are available in the Narthex and HERE. Donations may also be made via Online Giving. In order to be included in the Christmas bulletin, all names and payments must be received no later than Monday, December 17th.

To Gather & Grow Building Our Future

Sincere thanks to each household that has pledged and contributed to our capital campaign, To Gather & Grow: Building For Our Future. As we approach the end of the calendar year pledge reminders are being mailed. You may always submit your contributions to the church office or via Online Giving.

OKMS Needs YOU!

Students, teachers and staff are very grateful for your continued support of Orchard Knob Middle School. There are many opportunities for you to be involved. OKMS needs ten more people to “Adopt A Teacher”. If you are interested please contact volunteer coordinator, Tonya Turman, turman_t@hcde.org. Lastly you may help Our Lady of the Mount as we continue to support OKMS meet a variety of needs throughout the year. Contributions may be made via Online Giving to the Charitable Assistance Fund.

Eucharistic Adoration

Please join us in the chapel on Tues-days for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Come and spend a few quiet moments with Jesus. Feel free to come for as long or as little amount of time as you would like. Come and be refreshed! If you are interested in being a Guardian please contact Karan Stockett at kkchatt99@aol.com.

Silence Must Be Broken To Begin Healing – 24 Hour Abuse Reporting Hotline

If you or a loved one has been hurt or abused by a member of the clergy, an employee, or volunteer of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, we are here to listen and take action. Please contact our Office of Child and Youth Protection during business hours at 404-920-7550 or our Archdiocesan 24-hour Abuse Reporting line at 1-888-437-0764.  The silence must be broken for the healing to begin.