Parish Festival * August 24 - 26 * HELP NEEDED!
Plans are under way for the parish's annual Festival in this exciting centennial year of our church. Addi-tional help is needed to make it a success; we ask you to prayerfully consider the following.
*Chairperson(s) Needed - Kitchen Serving Line. Would you and your spouse, or you and a friend or two, want to take on this role? The chairperson(s) would manage the serving line for the main Kitchen in the hall on Saturday and Sunday, August 25 & 26.
For more information, please contact: John Fournier at (248) 520-5866 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Festival Raffle * First Early Bird Raffle NEXT Sunday, June 24
*All parishioners should have received their festival raffle tickets. In this Centennial year of our parish, let's make this our most successful raffle to date! We ask for your help in this endeavor by selling or buying your allotment of tickets. If you need additional tickets to sell or buy, please stop by the parish office.
*The First Early Bird drawing will be held next Sunday, June 24. Get your sold tickets turned in to the office by the end of business on Friday, June 22 to be eligible for this $250 drawing. (Note: If you win, your ticket stub goes back in the drum for the July Early Bird drawing, and for the final drawing on Sunday of the festival weekend.)
Thank you for your support!
If you have any questions or have not received your festival raffle tickets, please contact:
Karen Bove, (248) 709-9055, or email@example.com)
Knights of Columbus Grand Reverse Raffle Dinner Event
Many Ss. Cyril & Methodius parishioners are aware of the works of charity performed by the Knights. We focus on supporting the homeless and intellectually disabled, helping in the vocations of the clergy and religious, and do all we can to promote the right to life for all people, particularly the unborn. Virtually all our activities are in support of these, the four pillars of our St. Nicholas Council.
On Saturday, June 23, we will launch our most ambitious charitable effort yet, with a special fundraising event featuring a Grand Reverse Raffle Dinner Event. What is a reverse raffle, you ask? As the name implies, it is a drawing that runs backwards. All tickets are drawn, but the LAST ticket drawn wins the grand prize. The lead up to the final drawing increases everyone’s excitement with each minute, especially with a grand prize of $10,000!
In addition to the raffle itself, there will be additional games and opportunities. Attendees can buy in to a 50/50 coverall BINGO based on the ticket numbers pulled. There will be giveaways, door prizes, and “Second Chance” certificates you can buy to allow your ticket, if drawn too early, to be placed back into the barrel for a second chance at the grand prize!
Each ticket is priced at $50 with a limit of only 500 tickets sold. Your ticket is also an invitation to the drawing party in the Fr. Mikus Hall, which includes a pasta dinner and drinks. One person admitted per ticket.
Anyone 18 years of age or older can buy a ticket and come to the event, and participants need not be present to win.
Again, the Reverse Raffle and Dinner Event is Saturday, June 23. Doors open at 4:00PM, Dinner is served at 5:00PM, and drawings will begin at 6:00PM. Dinner will be available even after the drawings begin. Tickets can be purchased from members of the Knights of Columbus or from the Parish office.
Support the Knights’ charitable efforts with a generous purchase of a raffle ticket or two. Who knows? You may go home
$10,000 richer. Good luck!
VBS 2018 Registration https://form.jotform.com/sscyrilVBS/vbs-registration
All Abroad the Queen of Heaven Express. The dates for VBS are June 25-29. This years theme is "Tracking Mary: Mysteries and Messages." Registration will begin in April.
Planning Meetings will be on May 17, 21, 30, and June 4, 11 & 18. All meetings will begin at 7;00PM and run until 9:00PM.
Questions: Moe Jones, (586) 219-6678 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Elephant in the Living Room! Hope for Addicts and their Families * Conference * July 13 & 14
All of our families suffer from a dis-ease, and yet we seldom discuss it in polite company. The Church tells us that, if we dwell on a dis-ordered thought, that thought will become a desire. If we hold onto that desire, we will act on it. Repeat this dis-ordered action, and it will become a sinful habit. No matter who we are, if we continue in a sinful habit, it becomes an addiction. At this point, we are powerless to stop without the intercession of others, and the direct action of God. Yet, it can get worse.
And some families have seen another progression. It demands rigorous honesty. It demands the acceptance of powerlessness and sincere repentance, confession and the help of God and others. We must reconnect with those who have passed through this same journey to the reckless love of God. This journey is not just for addicts, but also for those who love them.
If your family or someone you love is in the spiral heading for despair, come join us for our HOPE FOR ADDICTS AND THEIR FAMILIES Conference.
Ss. Cyril & Methodius Slovak Catholic Church
Friday, July 13, at 7:00PM with Fr. Bill Stenzel – “he Church, Spiritually & Addictions” (Friday’s Presentation is Free)
Saturday, July 14 at 8:00AM—3:00PM with:
Erik Vagenius – “A Parish Response to People Touched by Addiction”
Bethany Perry – “Healing the Heart and Spirit in Recovery”
John Kazanjian – “Family Support and Forgiveness in the Healing Process”
Q & A
(Saturday’s Presentation is $20, $25 with lunch. Scholarships available at the door.)
Make checks payable to: Delgado Fund, Inc.
Register in the Parish Office or at CatholicInstituteForAddictions.org