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Upcoming Events:

Petersham Interfaith Easter Sunrise Service  Sunday, April 16th at the Petersham Curling Club, 250 North Main Street, outside near the parking lot.  Refreshment will follow at the Orthodox Congregational Church.  All are welcome.


Prayer Shawl Ministry:  Sunday evenings 6:00 pm at CCD Hall.

Choir Rehearsal:  Monday evenings 6:00 pm at OLI.  All ages are welcome.  For more information, please call Terry @ (978) 467-7598.

Food Pantry:  Open Tuesdays.

Sharing Our Father's Bread:  Meals served to the needy in our community September through May each Wednesday evening at 5:00 pm in Saint Francis Church Hall.  Volunteers are needed to cook, serve, and clean up.  Call Jean Patridge at (978) 249-7479 if you'd like to volunteer.  Cash donations can be made at each cluster church in the designated baskets.  

Problem Pregnancy:  Thursday mornings from 10:00 am to 12:45 pm in the St. Francis rectory.  Free pregnancy tests, free baby clothes 0 - 24 months, and free baby equipment are available.  Donations are welcome.  Please call Pat at (978) 249-6737 or (978) 895-1802.

First Saturday Devotion:  OLI at 8:00 am.

Winter Snow Policy:  On weekdays when school is canceled or delayed, there will not be a morning Mass or adoration.  CCD classes will be canceled only if school is canceled.

On weekends, Masses and CCD classes will be offered as long as the roads are plowed and it is safe to be out.  CCD parents will be notified if there are no classes either by a phone call or it will be posted on the CCD Facebook page.

If you need to come to the Church office or to a Church event, please call before you leave to make sure we are open.

Everyone is encouraged to use their best judgment to determine if it safe for them to come to Mass.  If you are concerned about the weather conditions, please stay home.