Christmas is the celebration of God's love for the world that gave us His only begotten Son. This Advent, we are asking all members to be actively involved in loving the world that God loves.
When you do these weekly, make sure you tell them you're doing it "in Name of Jesus - the reason for the season" and tell them, "God loves them!"
Throughout the week use the power of the tongue to speak words of life and encouragement to people you live with or come into contact with. Repair a broken relationship.
Do random acts of kindness for individuals during the week (e.g. Buy someone a cup of coffee, give someone a ride, repair projects, provide dinner, carry packages, etc.).
Make a special effort to speak to young people all week. Affirm them, ask them about their dreams and hopes. Tell them how special they are.
Send or place an anonymous Christmas card to someone and let them know God loves them.
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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.
Archbishop Cupich is calling every Chicagoland Catholic to join him in a multi-year initiative
to revitalize our Church in the Archdiocese and ensure its growth for generations to come.
Together through Renew My Church, we will create vital, vibrant, life-giving, Catholic
communities across the Archdiocese. ..
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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.