On Sunday, February 25, 2018, Queen of Apostles Church Social Justice Ministry will participate in the 28th Annual Day of Caring Pancake and Sausage Brunch. We will join with over 37 other locations in the greater Dayton area to raise awareness of and funds to address homelessness and hunger in our region.
From a Marianist Community of student brothers open to visitors for Sunday Eucharist, Queen of Apostles Community emerged as a non-territorial parish on August 28, 1973.
Continuing in the tradition of the Marianist Charism, we come together each week as a family of Catholic, Christian believers, to worship our God in the Eucharist with song & praise and to share in the breaking of the Bread. In so doing, we proclaim our willingness to build a community of love and to be the holy people God calls us to be.
Street widening and sidewalk construction will be taking place over the next three
months in front of the main entrance to Bergamo Center. Shakertown Road will close for
eastbound traffic only, on August 14 th . Westbound traffic will be open during the whole
construction period. (This means visitors and staff can turn on to Shakertown from
Grange Hall, for example, and enter Mount St. John at the Shakertown Entrance.
Motorists could also leave Mt. St. John via Shakertown Road and head towards County
Line Road.) Otherwise, motorists should use the E. Patterson Road Entrance/Exit.
Shakertown should be back open to two lanes in November.
If you are visiting and worshiping with us for the first time, we extend to you our warmest welcome. Our prayer is that your worship experience will be uplifting and Spirit filled. We hope you will visit us often and worship with us!