Due to minor repairs in the Chapel on Friday, February 3, Adoration will be in the Chapel from 7am-9am, in the Church from 9am-3pm, and back in the Chapel from 3pm through the night.

Jesus is waiting for you!

Friday, February 3 is a First Friday. There will be 24-hour Adoration from 7:00am Friday to 7:00am Saturday.

Regular Hours for Eucharistic Adoration:

Monday – Friday from 7:00am – 7:00pm

The Holy Face of Jesus Eucharistic Adoration Chapel

A Holy Hour is the Catholic devotional practice of spending an hour in Eucharistic Adoration in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.

Sign Up for a Holy Hour using AdorationPro

Click the link above to go to AdorationPro. Under “Weekly Commitment” and check your schedule.

In AdorationPro, you are listed as either or both:
Adorer – you are scheduled every week for the same day/time
Substitute – you’ll get emails asking to fill in open slots on a one-time basis


Need Help Signing Up for a Holy Hour?

If you need help signing up, or have questions, please email
or speak to a member of the Adoration team: Andrew & Jennifer Kim, Linda Mirabelli, Marilee Van Havermaet,
Judy Moore, Barb Simeo, Danny Kliars

You can also just show up anytime. Jesus would love to see you!

(Instructions at Chapel Entrances for 24/7 access to pray in front of the tabernacle. CLICK HERE to request a Chapel Sign-In code.)

Adoration Resources

Here are some materials and videos that will help to explain what Adoration is, what to do during Adoration, and how to pray a Holy Hour. There are no formal rules about what to do in Adoration, but people often read the Bible, or pray the rosary, or read a spiritual book, or pray silently, or simply look at Jesus in the Eucharist on the altar.

How to Make a Holy Hour by Fr. Billy Swan, Word on Fire

Collection of Prayers for Perpetual Adoration

A Beginners Guide to Eucharistic Adoration
What is Adoration? A how to video for children
Fr. Mark-Mary & Sr. Clare “How to Actually Make a Holy Hour”
Fr. Quan Tran “What to do during Eucharistic Adoration”
Fr. Josh Johnson “What do we do in adoration?”

I had spent most of my life attending Willow Creek Community Church and other non-denominational evangelical churches. I was doing the best I could to grow as a Christian and walk the ‘Christian walk.’ Then the Lord showed me a new way to live in his presence that I never had imagined possible. Through a series of conversations and books, I discovered the presence of our Lord in the quiet of an empty Catholic Church and eventually spending countless hours in Adoration Chapels; praying and listening to our Lord and discovering how He has offered himself to us in the Blessed Sacrament. Less than one year after my first time walking into the Adoration Chapel; myself, my wife, and our 6 children all entered into the Roman Catholic Church in April of 2018.

Brandon Ysteboe

O Come, Let Us Adore Him.

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