The Knights of Columbus will be hosting an Oktoberfest dinner on Sunday, October 13th in the Church Social Hall. Proceeds from this dinner will be used to support the New Hope Clinic which provides free health care to uninsured low-income residents of Brunswick County.
This dinner is open to the public. There will be two seatings: 5:00-6:30 p.m. and 7:00—8:30 p.m.. Tables may be reserved for parties of 8. If less than 8, please indicate who you want to be seated with and we will try to accommodate you when assigning tables.
Dinner includes cucumber salad, German Sausage, Sauerbraten with Spaetzli, sauerkraut with pork butt, mashed potatoes, brazen, apple strudel, wine, beer, soda. The cost is $28 per person and $15 for children under 12. To buy tickets and reserve tables, please contact Paul Robinson at: (910) 363-4621 or (910) 471-6934 or by email at: email@example.com.
Our Knights of Columbus are having a Dance Party on Friday, May 17th from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. being held at the St. James Woodland Park Amphitheater. The “Back Porch Rockers” band will provide the dance music. St. James Properties LLC is our Corporate Sponsor for this dance. The cost is $10 per person and all proceeds will go to Communities in Schools (CIS) of Brunswick County whose mission is to reduce dropout rates through intensive individual work plans with students, Teen and Peer Court services, and Parenting Education.
Tickets will be sold after all Masses the weekends of May 4th & 5th and May 11th & 12th. Checks should be made out to the “Knights of Columbus.” Please include the names of each attendee as wristbands will be distributed at the event. So come with your friends, your chairs/ blankets/tables, your food, and choice of beverages (wine, beer, or soda) for a fun evening of music and dancing. The food truck, “Joe Loves Lobster,” will also be there for those who may want to get their food from him. There is no rainout date and no refunds for this event. Contact Tom Corbett at (714) 309-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or Peter Vagell at (215) 584-0331 or email@example.com.
The Blessing of Easter Baskets will be held on Saturday, April 20th at 11:00 a.m. in the Church.
This tradition goes back to many years ago when people gave up many things for Lent. Then they prepared a special meal to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord.
So bring your Easter Basket of food to be blessed to continue this tradition.
Fr. Vic blessed the baskets last year, and he will do so this year. He will also share some interesting facts about this tradition.
The Southport/Oak Island Inter-Church Fellowship Invites you to our 6th Choir Festival Event @ 3 PM here at our Sacred Heart Church. The choirs, directors, accompanists, & instrumentalist of the SOIICF will gather to share their musical talents in praise of the Lord!
The goal of this festival is to raise funds for our local Food Pantry ( particular need is for a truck w/ a hydraulic lift!)
We hope you will be there! It won't be the same without you!
A Symposium titled “Examining the Face of Child and Family Poverty in Brunswick County,” sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, will be held from 1-4:30 p.m., Thursday, April 11, at the Church Social Hall and is open to the public.
Speakers include Executive Directors from Smart Start, Communities in Schools, and Brunswick Family Assistance, as well as a Counselor from the Brunswick County Schools.
The Symposium goal is to recommend at least one action to be taken by individuals, groups, or organizations to improve the lives of children and families here in the greater Southport and Oak Island area. This event ties in to Governor Roy Cooper’s recent Early Childhood Action Plan which suggests all of us must work together toward a future where our children grow up healthy, in safe and nurturing families, schools, and communities.
2019 Inter-Church Fellowship Lenten Services begin at 12:00 noon on Wednesdays followed by a light lunch.
April 10th — St. Peter Lutheran
Sacred Heart is a member of the Southport/Oak Island Inter-Church Fellowship. Every parishioner is cordially invited to attend these Lenten Services. The services are a collaboration among the member churches: a Church hosts; there is a co-host Church; another Church provides the speaker. This is something extra you can do for Lent.