Four Characteristics of a Vibrant Church
BULLETIN FLYER – pdf Document
Vicariate V Ministry Commission
FOUR CHARACTERISTICS OF A VIBRANT CHURCH
HOPE, GIFTEDNESS, AWARENESS, AND RELATIONSHIP
As the world becomes more “spiritual but NOT religious” what does the Catholic Church have to offer?
What can RELIGION provide – that the culture cannot?
What does our faith in Jesus bring to the world?
5705 W. 127th Street in Palos Heights, IL 60463
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
(Offered a Second Time on Thursday, March 8, 2018)
from 7 to 9 pm
This workshop will be facilitated by
Sr. Gael Gensler and Kathy McNicholas
What factors mark a “vibrant parish”? There are about as many answers to that question as there are Catholic parishes! And most of the answers view the parish through a unique lens – Finances in the black? October count? Number of Baptisms and Weddings? Is that true vibrancy? Sr. Gael and Kathy will spend an evening viewing “parish vibrancy” through the lens of what our Catholic faith has to offer the modern world – Hope, Giftedness, Awareness, and Relationship. Come and be inspired to discuss ways your parish can be more alive and vibrant in Christ.
Sr. Gael Gensler is presently the pastoral associate at St. Francis of Assisi Parish. She has been involved in parish ministry for over twenty-five years. She currently co-ordinates the ministry of care for the parish.
Kathy McNicholas is a pastoral associate and director of religious education at Incarnation Parish. Her passion is adult faith formation.
REGISTER NOW ONLINE BY USING THE FOLLOWING FORM!
Four Characteristics of a Vibrant Church – January 24, 2018
There is no cost to attend the event. Please RSVP for planning purposes and to secure a spot.