Eucharistic Adoration Society of Precious Blood of Christ Church
To sign up for an hour, give Jack Seibert a call at (843) 237-9785
- Promote the sacredness of the Eucharist
- Promote Eucharistic Adoration
- Evangelization of the Eucharist
- To unite the members in prayer before the exposed Sacrament
- To deepen the experience of communion with Christ in
the Eucharist, as he continues his self-offering and saving
influence, and to revitalize Christian commitment.
- To pray for the needs of the Church and the world at large.
Who can be members?
Membership is open to all members of our parish. There is no age limit.
What does membership entail?
One thing only: to spend one hour, once a month on First Friday, in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the church. There are no dues and no prescribed social activities other than prayer.
Why do members pray before the Blessed Sacrament?
When praying before the Eucharist exposed, the mind and heart more easily give themselves to communion with Christ by focusing attention on the Sacramental sign of the Memorial of the Lord. In a spirit of adoration, thanksgiving, atonement, and petition, members internalize and give witness to the significance of the Eucharist for Christian life.
How are members organized for their hour of prayer?
Members select the hour that they wish to participate every month. To select your hour, call the ministry Chair who is listed below.
What do members do during the hour?
You will discover a quiet place where you can come in from the busy and fast-paced world to enjoy a few quiet moments praying, reading, and reflecting with the Lord.
What I Need
I need a strength to keep me true, and straight in everything I do.
I need a power to keep me strong, when I am tempted to do wrong.
I need a grace to keep me pure, when passion tries its deadly lure.
I need a love to keep me sweet, when hardness and mistrust meet.
I need an arm to be my stay, When dare with trouble grows my day;
And naught in each can these afford, but all is found in Christ my Lord.
By Theodore Horton