We would like to invite you to participate in one of our many ministries. Our growing community has opportunities for involvement in many areas. Noted ministries do require training, which is offered on regular intervals. Volunteers are assigned on a rotating schedule and a weekly commitment is not necessary. Please prayerfully consider joining us in serving our community. Mother Teresa Mission Volunteer Form available here.
Questions? Contact: email@example.com
Please take the time to watch this training video with Mr. Gerard Hall, the former Director of the Office of Divine Worship, Diocese of Raleigh.
There is an urgent need for Adorers in the Our Lady of Lourdes Adoration Chapel (only perpetual adoration chapel in Raleigh). Please prayerfully consider spending an hour with Jesus. To sign up or for questions call Beverly Thomson 919-280-1759. Thank you and God Bless!
Prayer Service on the Land
Ministry Leaders of Mother Teresa Mission,
In order to build community and encourage more people to come out to the land for our future church, the Parish Council is asking that each Ministry take the responsibility of hosting the monthly Prayer Service at the 1221 Yates Store Road.
You can ask one of the Priests or Deacons to be there or you can have a simple gathering for prayer. There is a Statue of Mary, the Stations of the Cross, ample parking, shade, seating, and beautiful surroundings. Port-a-potty is available upon request, depending on size and expected length of prayer service
Our goal is to have a monthly prayer service scheduled on the first Saturday at 10AM. Rain date is the following Sunday at 2PM. If your Ministry group would like to schedule a specific date other than the first Saturday, please email Joe Sleinlage.
Thank you for helping to organize a prayer service on this beautiful piece of property that will someday be our future church site!
Building and Land Use Committee
We’re blessed, dear friends, to have such generous talent and treasure in the members of our community. I’m pleased to announce the executive members of the Building and Land Use Committee. Co-Chairs Jason Imhof and Steve Sefton will be assisted by Vice Chairs Lou Mamo and Valoree Eikinas. Kim Scherrer will serve as moderator. A brief bio of each follows.
Assisting the co-chairs and vice chairs are these BLU committee members: Bill Gurecki, Gene Harshbarger, Harry Chalker, Brian McGuire, Matt Einsmann, Paul Sevene, Vic Buenconsejo, Joyce Poynton, Keith Fenn, Jay Libbus, Bill Ciavarra, and Keith Bliss.
Jason Imhof has 20 years of experience managing commercial construction projects, including serving as the construction manager/general contractor for two ground-up Catholic churches. He is the founder and manager of Aspire, a Cary-based construction management and consulting firm. Jason, his wife Sara, and son Austin have been St. Michael/Mother Teresa members since 2014 when they relocated to Cary from Iowa.
Steve Sefton is the president of Danis Construction Company where he’s been employed for 30 years. His wife Michelle and three children, Chris, Megan, and Shannon have been members of the St. Michael/Mother Teresa’s since moving to Cary from Cincinnati in 2010.
Lou Mamo is married to Phyllis who serves on the Mother Teresa Mission Choir. They have three children and two grandchildren. Lou retired from IBM after 25 years of service during which he held a number of planning and management positions. He moved to NC in 1987 and chaired the St. Andrews Catholic Church parish council during their early community formation. In 2000 transferred to St Michael, serving on the Sister Parish Committee for more than 10 years. In 2016 Lou transferred to Mother Teresa Mission and currently serves as a Eucharistic Minister.
Valoree Aloree Eikinas has lived in Cary and been a member of the Saint Michael community for 19 years. Living in the western region of Cary, she and her daughter have been attending service at Green Hope HS since that was an option for the local Catholic community. Valoree works at CALYX Engineers + Consultants as a principal and structural engineer. She is a leader and very active in the local and state architectural/engineering/construction community.
Kim Scherrer has been a member of the Mother Teresa Community for one year and is a Eucharistic Minister of Holy Communion. She’s a certified project manager with more than fifteen years leading financial and healthcare regulatory projects and also has a NC real estate license. She has two children, Belinda and Joe.
Please join me in thanking these folks for accepting this important leadership role. Moreover, please pray for them and our efforts to establish a parish home on Yates Store Rd.
– Father Daniel