Parish News and Events
Faith Alliance - Sing Out Against Poverty

Sing Out Against Poverty is a family-friendly, Christian Rock Festival which seeks to raise awareness for Faith Alliance outreach programs benefiting our neighbors living in poverty. Free admission, free food & beverages, & open to the public. Four Faith Alliance Church Partner bands will perform with STAR 93.3’s DJ Julie Pierce kicking off the festivities! 

Financial Peace University
FPU is the most important step to changing your financial future. It is your Total Money Makeover Program. It takes the knowledge from God and turns it into real action in our lives through a step-by-step process taught by best-selling author and financial counselor Dave Ramsey. The next class begins September 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the large conference room

Join us, Saturday, September 23 at 6:00 PM for the Knights of Columbus' annual Oktoberfest benefiting seminarians. This fun filled event will feature good food and drink, music and "German toasts to help you make friends". Admission is $15/adult and  $35/family.  Questions? Email

Sacramental Preparation Orientation Meetings

Join our Sacramental Preparation staff for one of these required* meetings to find out how your family can begin preparing this spring or next year with your 2nd or 8th grader for the Sacraments of First Penance/First Communion and Confirmation.

You’ll get an overview of the sacramental preparation process here at St. Max, learn how to get signed up for formation programs, and have an opportunity to ask questions of our ministry staff

St. Max Boosters - Register Now!
Registration is now open for winter boys’ basketball at St. Max and girls’ basketball at St. Max!  The registration form is available in the gathering space in the parish life and stewardship information rack or on the Booster webpage, 
Susan's Garden
From now through the first Sunday of October, Susan’s Garden will be collecting your extras from your garden to go with what grows in our garden. To the right side of the entrance of the church’s gathering space, there is a grey outdoor storage unit in the outdoor red stone area. Every Sunday, when you go to Mass, you can bring your extra vegetation in a paper bag and place it in that unit for collection. We will gather all the donations, add them to our vegetation and deliver them to Open Pantry to assist with feeding the hungry in Butler County. Leafy vegetables like lettuce or cabbage can be placed in a plastic zip lock bag with a wet paper towel to help keep the greens as fresh as possible. 
Enroll Your Kroger Plus Card!!
The Kroger Community Rewards Program is very easy.  All you need is a Kroger Plus card.  Once you’ve designated St. Max as your charity of choice, St. Max automatically starts earning money! Need a card? Visit to enroll.

NEW this fiscal year, we will be earmarking the funds we receive from Kroger to provide childcare at no cost to our parishioners during certain events, meetings and more! All we ask in return is that you shop at Kroger with your Kroger Plus card and make St. Max your favorite charity!

Did you know St. Max has a Facebook page?
  Like us on Facebook to get up-to-date information, events and announcements.   
St. Max Parish App

St. Max is excited to announce our new parish app! Available now on both apple and android devices!

Listen to our Podcasts!
Our podcast page is up and running! As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are bringing you some exciting information and details on our Church and faith. Please visit our St. Max Podcast page! We would love to hear from you! Register on our website and you can leave a comment and join the conversation!
Reporting Abuse in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati

REPORTING ABUSE IN THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI - If you know someone who has been abused at any time by an agent of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati (priest, deacon, employee or volunteer), the Archdiocese urges you to contact Sandy Keiser, LISW, the Victims’ Assistance Coordinator of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, at 513.263.6623 as well as the victim’s secular legal authorities.


In a spirit of good stewardship, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has instituted a financial misconduct hotline to allow employees, volunteers, vendors and other interested parties to report what they believe to be financial misconduct at any level – parish, deanery or archdiocese. As an additional safeguard, the hotline is administered by an independent third-party company, EthicsPoint. You may report a concern on this hotline either by calling one of EthicsPoint’s trained specialists at 1.888.389.0381 or by visiting the website

Catholics Come Home
Please visit the Catholics Come Home website to find out more.

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