“I give thanks to my God at every remembrance of you, praying always with joy in my every prayer for all of you”
Rushing Waters Prayer Group
Meets at 7:00 p.m. every Wednesday in the Library.
This group praises God in music and prayer. There is also a time for meditative and intercessory prayer.
For more information, please contact Kathleen (479) 236-0826, Marti (479) 582-3118 or Michelle (479) 839-8029
Charismatic Prayer Group (Spanish)
Meets at 6:00 p.m. every Friday in Room 225.
This group praises God in music and prayer. They also lead an annual retreat "Retreat in the Spirit".
For more information, please contact Maria Elena Dominguez at (479) 445-8071 or
Knights of Columbus Rosary
Meets 1st Thursday of the month in Room 225
Knights of Columbus, Council 6609 meets to pray the Rosary at 6:30 p.m on the 1st Thursday of the month.
For more information, please contact Joe Beffa - Grand Knight at
Legion of Mary
Meets Mondays at 6:00 p.m. in Room 225
The Legion of Mary is a society of men and women working for the Blessed Mother through prayer and by visiting the sick and homebound. Auxiliary members support the Legion in prayer.
For more information, please contact Legion of Mary President, Bernadette Slamons at (479) 466-7306.
Liturgy of the Hours
Meets every Monday and Thursday at 6:45 a.m. in the Chapel Center.
Public and common prayer by the people of God is rightly considered to be among the primary duties of the Church. In the course of time other hours came to be sanctified by prayer in common. These were seen by the Fathers as foreshadowed in the Acts of the Apostles. There we read of the disciples gathered together at the third hour.
 The prince of the apostles "went up on the housetop to pray, about the sixth hour" (10:9); "Peter and John were going up to the temple at the hour of prayer, the ninth hour" (3:1); "about midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God" (16:25).
Such prayer in common gradually took the form of a set cycle of hours. This liturgy of the hours or divine office, enriched by readings, is principally a prayer of praise and petition. Indeed, it is the prayer of the Church with Christ and to Christ.