2020 Census is a Breeze

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Dear Parishioners,

We are pleased to have the opportunity to invite you to Breeze, an interactive member database for Saint Noel Parish. As our country conducts its own census this year, in honor of our fortieth anniversary, we are excited to use this tool to update our parish records. If Mary and Joseph had to travel across the country for their census, you and I can simply log-on to a website from the comfort of our homes! Up-to-date contact information for every parishioner will best enable us to keep you informed, especially throughout these uncertain times.

Breeze is the tool that has enabled us to send e-mails to parishioners with information and links to live-streamed Masses. Now, we are ready to take the next step and empower you to update your own contact information and select if you would like to receive collection envelopes. It will also enable you to view your giving history and print your own tax records as needed, any time throughout the year.

If we have your e-mail address in our database, then you should receive an e-mail invitation to create an account later this weekend. If you do not receive an e-mail, then please share your email address with us by visiting www.stnoel.org/email. We will send you an invitation. Here is a great Member Tutorial Video that may be helpful as you learn this new tool. (Note that we have not enabled all of the functionality displayed in the video). Once you have created an account, please review and update your contact information, if needed. Then check back as often as you’d like to review your giving history, or to update your contact information as it changes. Please reach out to any member of the parish staff, if you find you have questions.

You are a valued member of this parish community, and we are excited to take this step toward modernizing our data and our communication tools. Thank you for working with us to help make this effort a success!

Blessings in the week ahead,

Fr. Terry

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