PERPETUAL EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
ADORATION CHAPEL HOURS
New, extended hours on Tuesdays!
Mon, Wed, Fri: 12 noon – 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 12 noon – 9pm
Saturday: 7pm – 10pm
Sunday: 12 noon – 1pm and 6 – 10pm
The Holy Hour of Reparation scheduled for March 5 is canceled. We invite you to join the Parish community praying the Stations of the Cross Fridays in Lent and the Evening Prayers March 5 and 26; Main Church.
We are seeking adorers to take an hour with Jesus outside of the current hours. If you are interested, please contact our Chapel Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability. God bless.
Strict visiting and cleaning guidelines must be adhered to. They are posted on the chapel entrance door or can be obtained by emailing our team (below). A mask is required. Adorers are needed to expand the hours. Please contact email@example.com for information on days and times. For more details, please view our letter: chapel reopening rules june 2020.
PRAYER CARDS are available in the Chapel to offer your hour of adoration as a special gift to those receiving your prayers. They are located on the sign-in table.
FROM OUR COORDINATOR:
When Divine Mercy Messenger, St. Maria Faustina of the Blessed Sacrament, was praying before Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, he showed her a vision. Each time a person entered the chapel and visited Jesus exposed in a monstrance, she saw His Divine Rays of Love and Mercy burst forth and encircle the whole world and everyone in it with graces and blessings! Jesus told her, “I want Adoration to take place…for the intention of imploring Mercy for the world” (Divine Mercy Diary, 1070).
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration helps us to be more personally involved with Christ, because it makes the Eucharist more central in our lives. By spending time with Jesus in the Eucharist, we can establish a truly personal relationship with Him.
A Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel was established at the Church of the Holy Spirit in 1995. We started in a small room at the end of the education wing on the east side. Because adoration was very popular, we eventually enlarged the room to accommodate more visitors and adorers. We had coverage of the chapel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When we built the new church, we incorporated the Adoration chapel into our day chapel. It is now much larger and can accommodate many more adorers and visitors. The day chapel entrance is located at the west end of our main church, with a separate entrance and convenient parking.
We are presently short of our goal of coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we need help in filling the open hours. Please consider joining us as a regular adorer by committing to an hour a week. If you cannot make a weekly commitment, then perhaps biweekly or even monthly would better fit your schedule.
If you would like more information, please call
Bart Kaminski, Coordinator, 717-838-3369, x 111