Mass Mob 5 – St. Michael Catholic Church
Recently St. Michael Catholic Church was vandalized and robbed. The action resulted in a significant loss of morale and a very expensive repair to two of their beautiful stained glass windows.
As a show of unity and of support. Please join us and invite your friends to St. Michael Catholic Church for our next Mass Mob.
January 24, 2016
St. Michael Catholic Church
3863 Summer Ave
Memphis, TN 38122
A Mass Mob is a gathering of Catholics from all over the city, joining together as Church at one time at a beautiful, historic church. It is a way to enjoy the beauty and learn the history of our Faith in Memphis. It also gives a boost to the local parish. It’s a time to UNITE, to WORSHIP, to SUPPORT, to LEARN. To learn more about Memphis Mass Mob and the Mass Mob Movement, check out our previous Blog Posts:
How do I mass Mob?
- Spread the word! Share this post on social media using #MemphisMassMob, and tell us you’re going.
- Invite friends! Set up a car pool, plan lunch for after Mass, share the experience, make it an event!
- Plan to get there early! The church is beautiful and we expect a crowd, so be sure to give yourself some extra time to take in the beauty of the church and prepare to receive our Lord.
- Fully participate in the Liturgy! Sing out with joy, respond with enthusiasm, pray your hardest, engage in the mass!
- GIVE! Bring something extra for the offertory this Sunday. Help support the parish in a big way by being gratuitously generous this day.
- Be kind and patient. Make a little more room in the pew. Give up your seat for an expectant mother. Be respectful of the prayer time of others.
- Share the experience with others! After the Mass Mob, let people know what a great experience you had. Share pictures and smiles and joy using #MemphisMassMob. Talk about it at work or with your friends or your family.
- Get involved! Use this as an opportunity to boost your own faith as well as the life of the parish. Begin a daily devotion or join your young adult group or the men’s/women’s group. Volunteer with a parish project. Cooperate with the grace you receive in the Eucharist and participate in Christ’s mission on Earth however and wherever you are called to do it.