On Saturday, July 9th, St. Sabina celebrated its 100th Year Anniversary, with a Day of Service. Hundreds of volunteers from the church and community gave back to Chicago through volunteering at over 50 different locations in Auburn Gresham and across Chicago by cleaning up empty lots, feeding the homeless, assisting the elderly, painting murals, and planting gardens in the community. Here's what it means to be the hands and feet of the body of Christ.
For a century, St. Sabina has gone far beyond the four walls of the church sanctuary to serve people in need. St. Sabina’s rich history of service has not only helped transform the lives of thousands of people, but has also led to revitalization of the Auburn Gresham community.
On July 9th, exactly 100 years after St. Sabina first opened its doors, the church will celebrate its anniversary by organizing a Day of Service. On this day, St. Sabina will invite people from across the state, country, and world to partake in a service project that spreads a message of peace and love throughout the community.
“The King will reply, "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”