Perpetual Adoration

Oh Come Let Us Adore Him!


St. Pius X Perpetual Adoration Chapel

Draw near to God and He will draw near to you! (James 4:8 Navarre Bible)

We have had Perpetual Adoration at here at St. Pius for more than 20 years. Over the years, we have been blessed in many ways.

The Adoration Chapel is open for anyone to come and spend time with Our Lord in the Eucharist. 

Currently, we have 5 hours in need, of the 168 total hours to be filled, due to sickness, job changes, moving away, etc.

We are asking those who do not already have a committed hour to give serious thought to signing up. Perhaps you can partner with a friend and take turns for a given hour.

Help us to continue this beautiful practice at St. Pius by signing up. Regular and substitute adorers are always needed!

Please call Margaret, 786-5791, if you can make one of the hours:

Hours Currently Available:

Adoration Hours


Parishioners are welcome to visit the chapel at any time. Both regular adorers and visitors sign the register sheet with their name and time spent with Jesus. You will find this sheet on a small table to the left as your enter. 

A locking mechanism has been installed on the Eucharistic Adoration Door.  The door will be  locked every evening at 9:00 pm and open at 5:00 am. Please see the Memo located on the bulletin board inside the Chapel.  Marge Wadsworth will also be informing people about the security code that will be needed to enter.  This added security at night will hopefully encourage more people to take an hour of Adoration before the Lord or to work with another person or two to take an hour so that we are always before the Lord. 

St. Pius X chapel is located on the 24th Street side of the church (the north side entrance).

The purpose of the Holy Hour is to encourage deep personal encounter with Christ. The holy and glorious God is constantly inviting us to come to Him, to hold converse with Him, to ask for such things as we need and to experience what a blessing there is in fellowship with Him  ~ Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

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