FREE Be My Witnesses Workshop – January 19th at the Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Green Bay

FREE Be My Witnesses Workshop – January 19th at the Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Green Bay

Mount Tabor Center will be offering a FREE Be My Witnesses Training Workshop on Thursday, January 19th from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Green Bay.

For more information and to register, please contact Annette at (920) 722-8918 or visit: spiritusministries.org/bemywitnesses.

Breakfast In Bethlehem & Magi Market at Prince of Peace on December 11th

Breakfast In Bethlehem & Magi Market at Prince of Peace on December 11th

Join us for this FREE, family-friendly, faith-filled event on Sunday, December 11th after the 10 a.m. Mass at Prince of Peace (located at 3425 Willow Rd in Green Bay).

– Hear the Story “God Gave Us Christmas”
– Breakfast, Children’s crafts and secret shopping at the Magi Market
– Bring Baby Jesus from your home Nativity to be blessed

Contact our parish office with a family name and count so we can plan enough food. Goodwill offerings for food are accepted and sincerely appreciated.

All items available to shop for in the Magi Market are typically smaller amounts ($1-$5/each).

Please bring enough cash for checkout. Contact us to get registered or with any questions: parish@popgb.org.

Lunchtime Organ Recital Series returns to the Fox Valley this summer for its 25th anniversary season!

Lunchtime Organ Recital Series returns to the Fox Valley this summer for its 25th anniversary season!

The Lunchtime Organ Recital Series returns to the Fox Valley this summer for its 25th anniversary season. Recitals are held on Wednesday’s from 12:15-12:45 pm throughout the
summer at local churches, including a very popular July 4th sing-a-long which will be held this year at the Lawrence University Memorial Chapel.

Founded in 1995 by the late Frank Rippl, these recitals are beloved by the community. Events often attract crowds of two to three hundred attendees who come to hear the wide array of pipe organs at the many beautiful houses of worship in our communities. Performers include several local organists and many others from across the country. The series is sponsored by the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of the American Guild of Organists with many of its members performing.

The concerts are free and open to the public. A free-will offering is taken to offset costs associated with the administration of the series, as well as to fund a scholarship program for new organists.

For more information, please visit lunchtimeorganrecital.org. Chapter information can be found at Newago.org.