Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve Masses on Wednesday, December 24th:
  • 4 PM (Children’s Mass–prelude at 3:30 PM)
  • 7 PM
  • Midnight (Carols at 11:30 PM)

Christmas Day Masses on Thursday, December 25th: (no 8 AM or 5 PM Mass this day)
  • 10 AM
  • Noon

Mary, Mother of God Vigil Mass on Wednesday, December 31st:
  • 6 PM

Mary, Mother of God Masses on Thursday, January 1st: (no Noon or 5 PM Mass this day)
  • 8 AM
  • 10 AM

The Biblical Vision of Marriage Program

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OLGC Parish School Seeks Science Fair Judges

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Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Plymouth Michigan needs volunteers,
particularly those with a science, education, or engineering background, to
judge and score our Middle School Science Fair. This volunteer opportunity
may take 2-4 hours. If you or someone you know (work associate, family
member, etc.) would like to participate, please contact me as soon as
possible. Due to concerns over conflict of interest we would prefer that
parents of students in grades 7-8 NOT participate in judging.

Important Information
Date: Thursday January 15, 2015
Time: 8:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Where: 1151 William Street, Plymouth MI

Interested volunteers are asked to contact Terry Zimmerman ASAP.

Programs for Girls - A Recommendation from Fr. John

As you know, our parish has been undergoing a wonderful transformation over the last couple of years. In addition to having more than 2,000 people attend and complete our Alpha course, we have added several new ministries, and strongly encouraged our parish families to take advantage of all the great Christ-centered programs we offer.

Among those groups are American Heritage Girls and The Little Flowers/Roses of St. Therese, which together make up a ministry for our daughters that puts Jesus at its core and focuses on building young women who do the same. AHG’s mission is “to foster our girls’ relationship with Jesus, and develop them into women of integrity who serve God, their families, and their communities.” Little Flowers/Roses’ mission is “to teach the virtues through Scripture, the lives of the Saints, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.” Both groups are similar to Girl Scouts, for whom I am deeply grateful as they have served our parish well for many years, but with a more Jesus-centric approach and Catholic alignment. This ministry has everything we look for when giving our blessing as parish priests.

That being said, I strongly urge you and your families to consider joining one or both of these outstanding groups. As one of my colleagues said recently, “Jesus is alive in these programs, and He is waiting to meet your daughters.” Bring them to Him. To learn more about American Heritage Girls, contact Jennifer Brunner, or visit their website. And stay tuned for more information about a come and see kickoff meeting early next year. To learn more about Little Flowers/Roses (program levels are divided by age and grade), contact Teresa Grumm or check the parish calendar for their various meetings and events.

May the peace and joy found only in a close relationship with Jesus light your heart through this Christmas season.

In His Love,
Fr. John
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Alpha 2015: Registration Links
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Visit the Alpha page on this website for information and registration links for the winter 2015 sessions.

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Mass Schedule
  • Weekend Masses [+]
    Saturday Mass - 4:00 PM
    Sunday Masses - 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM
    Life Teen Mass - Sunday 5:00 PM

    On holiday weekends, the Life Teen Mass may not be held, so please check the parish online calendar of events for the most current schedule.
  • Daily Masses [+]
    Daily Masses are celebrated in the Church at 6:30 AM on Tuesday and Friday and at 8:00 AM Monday through Saturday.

  • Eucharistic Adoration [+]
    The Day Chapel is open for 24 hour adoration with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 9 AM on Monday until 3 PM on Friday. A door code is needed for access during the hours that the church is locked, and may be obtained by visiting the parish office during normal business hours.
  • Reconciliation [+]
    Private Reconciliation is celebrated on the first Thursday of each month (holidays excluded) from noon until 3 PM and at 2 PM until 3:45 PM every Saturday in the church.

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If you need to contact a priest in case of an emergency, please contact your local parish. If you are in the Plymouth, Michigan area you may call our parish office at (734) 453-0326 and follow the prompts.
Mission Statement

Our mission is to teach the truth of the Gospel and to spread the Good News to all people so that we may share in God’s own abundant life.  We strive to be a city on a hill that draws the lost and wayward to God. (Cf. Mt. 28: 18-20; Mt. 5: 14-16)
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