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Led by the Holy Spirit, SCF is committed to being a visible presence of Christian love and unity, growing in faith in our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and witnessing this faith through service to the needs of the community and the world.

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Services held each Sunday
at 10:00 a.m. at the:

Holy Trinity Catholic Church
18143 Cottonwood Road
Sunriver, OR 97707
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Contact a Pastor:
Office: 541-593-1183

Days: Mon,Tues,Wed & Fri
Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
email: sunrivercf@gmail.com

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Pastor's Letter

May -- 2018

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Dear Family

The following was provided by Joe Huseonica, President SCF Managing Board.
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In the spirit of openness and transparency, here is an update regarding the Managing Board’s discussions and direction at it relates to SCF’s co-tenancy in this building.
First, let me review what we know about the process that Holy Redeemer Parish, which includes this church, Holy Trinity, has initiated. They have launched a study, which is entitled “Planning for the Future”, to determine the feasibility of implementing the objectives of their Bishop, Liam Cary. The Bishop’s key objective is the consolidation of Holy Redeemer and Holy Trinity into one congregation and in a new church. At this point, the SCF Managing Board has no indication of how long this feasibility study will last. Nor, do we have any indication as to whether the Bishop’s objective will be doable and acceptable to the involved congregations.
Were the consolidation of the two congregations prove to be unworkable; we would expect the Catholics to re-open the lease discussion that is currently on hold. However, there is no guarantee of that happening, only that it may happen. As mentioned previously, our existing lease remains in effect through December 31, 2019.
For the Managing Board to be fully diligent in attending to this matter, we need to consider all possibilities: the building is put up for sale, a new lease is offered at unacceptable terms, a new lease is not offered, or the ideal happens and we get a new long-term lease with acceptable terms. But common sense says we must prepare for all outcomes.
The Managing Board is launching an effort to consider all these outcomes and we need some feedback from you that will help guide our efforts. At the end of this update are several questions to which we would like your responses. We would like you to respond via email at your earliest convenience. We will also be distributing the question list via the Church Directory email list.
As I cited earlier, we don’t know where the Catholic process will end up or how long it will take, but we must be prepared for all outcomes of the process, so please provide us with your feedback.

As a footnote to this update, we have also been told that Fr. Theo, the pastor of Holy Redeemer, will be departing at the end of June. At this juncture, we don’t know who or when a replacement will be named, nor do we know the impact of Fr. Theo’s departure on their planning process.
The Managing Board thanks you for your ongoing support and inputs.

SCF Planning Process Questions
Your answers and opinions in response to the following questions will assist your Managing Board by letting us know where you suggest we focus our efforts regarding the future domain for our congregation. Your responses will serve to help us develop some plans for the future that can then be brought to you for review and approval. No final decisions will be made before seeking approval from you as a member of SCF.

Your email responses should be directed to Joe Huseonica, President of the SCF Managing Board, who will then consolidate them for review and action by the Managing Board. Joe’s email is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Questions:
1. Would you support an effort to purchase the HTCC building if that option were to become available?
2. Do you support SCF taking on substantial debt or a capital campaign to support such a purchase?
3. Without knowing the dollars needed, would you be willing to financially support such a direction?
4. In researching alternatives to the HTCC site, what is your preference:
    a. A sole-use facility (meaning we are the only occupant)?
    b. Should a purchase, build or long-term lease option be considered?
    c. A shared-use facility such as a school or community center?

 

In faith, Joe