Community Faith Sharing Events
CABRINI COMMUNITY EVENINGS
For these events contact Joe White, 612-339-3023 ext.114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the year we will be offering five Cabrini Community Evenings centering around the liturgical calendar:
October 30, 2013 – CABRINI ALL SAINTS/ALL SOUL’S EVENING (Pot Luck Dinner)
The Ancients believed that this was a time when the veil between this world and the next was the thinnest. For them, this was a sacred time to celebrate the ancestors and those special people who have passed on. We are all part of the Communion of Saints. Through presentation, prayer and hands on projects, we will remember those special Saints in our church and celebrate and remember those special saints in our lives.
December 4, 2013 – CABRINI ADVENT EVENING (Pot Luck Dinner)
In what is, for many, a very busy time of year, we invite you to step away from the hustle and bustle. Join us for an experiential evening of prayer, discussion, and hands on participation as we nurture our spirits while preparing to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
January 8, 2014 – CABRINI EPIPHANY EVENING (Pot Luck Dinner)
On Epiphany the Magi visited Jesus and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. As we come together on this Epiphany evening we are reminded of these gifts, and the gifts that we offer each other. Join us for a pot luck dinner, followed by discussion, prayer and activities designed to help us discover our own gifts, the gifts of others, and how we are all called to share these with the world around us.
February 26, 2014 – CABRINI LENTEN CARNIVAL/NIGHT OF TRANSITION EVENING (Pot Luck Dinner)
It’s time for CARNIVAL!!!!! Join us for a Mardi Gras potluck dinner—complete with games, events and a special prize for whoever finds the baby in the “king’s cake.” Our evening ends with a prayer ritual that will close with the burning of palms into ashes for Ash Wednesday the following week. Join us as we transition into the Lenten season.
May 21, 2014 - CABRINI EASTER SEASON EVENING (Pot Luck Dinner)
The Spirit is always present and active, giving new life to our Church. Join us for an evening of prayer, discussion and hands-on activities, as we discover and celebrate the many ways that the fruits and gifts of the Spirit bring “new life” to our lives everyday.