Jesus beckons you to Himself in the Blessed Sacrament so that He might:
What is Eucharistic Adoration?
Eucharistic Adoration is simply spending quiet time in the presence of Jesus. When Jesus was suffering His agony in the garden, He asked his apostles, “Could you not spend one hour with Me?” Jesus’ plaint touches our hearts, and we respond, “We can.”
Adoration is for anyone who wishes to come. You do not have to be Catholic and there are no special requirements, except a willingness to be quiet and respectful in the chapel.
In the chapel, it is not necessary to remain kneeling the entire time. A genuflection or a bow as a sign of our belief in the presence of Jesus upon entering and upon leaving is all that is necessary.
During the time that you spend with Jesus, you may choose to pray to Him or to quiet your thoughts and listen. Some choose spiritual reading or devotional practices such as the rosary.
The chapel is available to all who wish to come. For access to the entrance code, click on "Become an Adorer" on the left, and use the email found on that page.