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July, 9, 2016:
Day of Service throughout the city
Learn More about Volunteering and Download the Day Of Service Volunteer Form
October 2, 2016:
Celebration Worship Service and Open House of campus
October 29, 2016:
Celebration of Gala at the Hyatt Regency on Wacker
Steps to Being a World Changer
Take the Limits off of your speaking, thinking, doing and achieving. You are born to manifest the Glory of God within you. It's time to do the radical and achieve the impossible.
Get a revelation from God for your life and the world in which you live - your block/neighborhood, city, workplace. Revelation only comes through relationship with God.
Believe what God tells you! God's word does not make sense, it makes faith.
In order to acheive the radical you have to learn to let go of some things.
Scriptures: Psalm 102:13, 1 Corinthians 2:9 -10
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Please Donate: ALL non-perishable food items,
canned vegetables especially needed.
Also soap, tissue, toothpaste, tooth brush, deodorant, feminine hygiene and razors.
Please Bring Donations to the Church. On Sunday, there will be baskets in the vestibule. On any other day, you may drop off donations in the church office.
Volunteer Opportunities Form
Saint Sabina Church was founded on July 3, 1916. Therefore, we will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Saint Sabina church in 2016. We have 100 years of rich history and tradition, and we will have a series of celebrations to remember our rich past, celebrate our rich present, and prepare for our rich future.
The Faith Community of St. Sabina is a Word-based, Bible teaching church that believes in the power of praise and worship. We are a spiritual hospital where all are welcome and invited to "taste and see the goodness of the Lord."
Our purpose is to nurture and develop spiritually mature Christians who are trained leaders and who are not confined by the walls of the sanctuary, but can penetrate the world in order to present God's way of living as a divine option.