|FREE MOVIE NIGHT...St. Frances Cabrini
September 27, 2014
Snacks at 6:30 PM
Movie Starts at 7:00 p.m.
|Volunteers and Chairperson Needed|
The Compassionate Hands Ministry that was formed in Lebanon last year will once again be providing a hot meal and housing for the homeless each night beginning in December. St. Frances Cabrini has been asked to provide a Sunday night meal each week which we will take and serve at Cross Style church located on Trinity Lane. We need a coordinator for this program as well as several volunteers. With enough people helping we should be able to put together teams
of 3-4 people so that each team will only have to cook and serve once a month. This is a wonderful outreach ministry and
I promise that those who volunteer will truly be blessed. If you are interested in volunteering or would like to act as the coordinator of this program
please contact Nikki at the church office 444-0524 or email@example.com
Bible Study Group
Tuesday Co-ed Bible Study Group is
starting back Sept. 9th from 11 am - 12:30pm in the
parish hall. Join fellow parishioners in examining the
Sunday readings to gain further insight into their
impact on Christian life. Contact: Kathleen Kissane
444-6756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Frances is sponsoring our second annual bowl making for Empty Bowls and the Help Center on Tuesday, September 16th, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the church hall. Bowl painting will be Wednesday, October 8th, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Empty Bowls is a national organization dedicated to feeding the hungry. All proceeds from the luncheon on Saturday, November 1st, will go to the Wilson County Community Help Center to feed Wilson County residents in need. Tickets for the event are $20.00. This includes a luncheon of soup, bread, dessert, drink and your choice of a bowl made by someone in the community. With the purchase of a ticket, you will be able to receive your own creation at the luncheon. For more information please call Linda White at 444-4087.
In conjunction with ‘Victim
Awareness Week’ coming up in September, the Dept. of
Corrections has lodged a statewide campaign touching the
need of many different victims. Beginning Sept. 20 &
21 and Sept. 27 & 28 we will be accepting donations
of NEW stuffed animals, and soft dolls. These items are
being collected to assist Wilson County law enforcement
agencies and officers who will be able to offer
immediate comfort to young children experiencing a
crisis. There will be a box provided to drop these NEW
stuffed animals or soft dolls at Mass on these weekends.
Fairgrounds at Peyton Road Gate
Saturday, September 13th
Rain or Shine
11:00am to 3:00pm
11:00-12:00 (no horns or sirens hour)
Kids 2 and under Free
Family Admission - $20.00
1st Annual Touch-a-Truck
Event where Kids of all ages can get up close to
dozens of vehicles including Fire Trucks, Police
Cars, Ambulance, Military,
Public Utility, Sporting and Con- struction
Equipment, School Bus, Boats, Motorcycles!
Climb on up & sit in the driver's seat!
Bring your camera for plenty of great family
weekends of Aug. 30th & 31st and Sept. 6th
& 7th we will be selling Touch-A-Truck
tickets for our event.
Click here for flyer and more information.
Thank you to everyone for your continued support to
address the growing needs of our parish.
It should be noted that within a matter of only a few
months, we are very close to our goal and
could not have made it this far without the love and
support of our community as well as the faith and
fellowship of one another.
Legion Of Mary meet Wednesdays at 6:45 P.M. in the Ashley
Anyone who would like to have the "Our Lady of Fatima"
pilgrim statue to visit their home, please contact
of Columbus News
K of C Chuck Brockman
Memorial Scholarship at Cumberland University
applications are available thru church office
or Ed Baenziger - outline of requirements and
application instructions are posted in the church
vestibule or bulletin board in PR hall.
and Homebound Ministry
This ministry is an important role in our parish and we
want to nourish it with a more coordinated approach to our
hospitalized and homebound parishioners
so that our Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion will
know that we as a church are behind them in offering our
prayers and support.
If you know of a parishioner who would benefit from this
ministry, please call the church office at 444-0524 or
email Nikki at email@example.com
with their name and we will gladly contact them so that
they can begin receiving Holy Communion from one of our
parishioners on the Hospital & Homebound Ministry.