Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia closed to visitors

March 16, 2020 by

Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia will be closing to visitors

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia are taking the following measures to prevent our sisters, employees and the public from becoming infected with the COVID-19 virus that is spreading throughout the world.

  • Effective immediately, no visitors may enter the Nazareth Motherhouse. This includes patrons who use the Motherhouse swimming pool.
  • All programming at Manna House of Prayer has been canceled until further notice.
  • There will be no public masses at the Sacred Heart Chapel at the Nazareth Motherhouse.
  • All programs at Neighbor to Neighbor in Concordia have been canceled and N2N will be closed for as long as Concordia public schools are closed.
  • Anyone seeking assistance from the Helping Hands ministry at Manna House of Prayer should call ahead at (785) 243-4428 and ask for Susan LeDuc or Cecilia Thrash to make an appointment to address their needs. There will be no walk-ins.

The Sisters of St. Joseph are actively doing their part in curtailing the spread of this disease. We will keep you updated on any changes to the policy. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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One Response to “Sisters of St. Joseph of Concordia closed to visitors”

  1. Rita Speer on March 16th, 2020 4:48 pm

    Kudos to you for stepping up to be so proactive. Let us know when you feel it is safe to re-open. Bob and I are not totally staying in—he has various medical appointments—but we’re letting the best information be our guide. Blessings to you.
    Rita Speer

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