Bellarmine Chapel in Cincinnati, through its youth group, will hold a Thanksgiving party at Gallagher Student Center on Sunday, Nov. 27, at 4:30 p.m.
Youth Group Thanksgiving Party
On Sunday, Nov. 27, the younger members of the Bellarmine Chapel congregation will celebrate Thanksgiving together.
The church would like to welcome all the teenagers, along with their families, to participate in a potluck meal that will be held in the Arrupe Room of the Gallagher Student Center.
According to the church’s announcement, the attendees are strongly encouraged to bring food to share that is their personal favorite. It might be a dessert, a side dish, or the main meal.
Also, they have the option of entering their information into a spreadsheet, which can be found by following the link that has been supplied. This will save them from having to prepare one hundred servings of mashed potatoes.
Everyone who attends the Thanksgiving party will have the opportunity to express their thanks to one another at various points throughout the evening. Aside from that, there will also be an opportunity for participants to talk about the amazing and unique aspects of their families.
Per the announcement, anyone who possesses some talents or skills is encouraged to demonstrate and show where in their lives they excel. They are welcome whether they are entertainers in the form of musicians, dancers, artists, or those who have amusing family traditions.
During the academic year, Bellarmine's several youth groups get together on Sunday evenings. They begin at 2:30 p.m. and conclude with supper prior to the mass.
It was strongly recommended that all students in grades seven through twelve be present. Before their child comes, parents are expected to fill out the necessary paperwork for registration and release.
Christmas Party at Lydia’s House
On Wednesday, Dec. 14, as part of their Christmas celebration at Lydia's House, they will be having dinner and decorating cookies, and they have extended an invitation to all teenagers, particularly those who are a part of the youth group at Bellarmine Chapel.
As stated in an announcement, everyone was encouraged to arrive no later than 5:45 PM because dinner will begin promptly at 6 p.m.
Following the meal, students will spend time with their families decorating cookies. They are welcome to wear their preferred attire for the occasion, and they should come ready to take part in the celebration of the birth of Christ.
About Bellarmine Chapel
Central to Xavier's campus is the Catholic Bellarmine Chapel.
Bellarmine Chapel has a long history of responding to the needs of the community in ways that are consistent with Catholic social teaching, and they are dedicated to encouraging lay leadership within the parish.
It was said to be a dynamic parish with strong ties to Xavier University and the surrounding area.
Their convenient position on a college campus allows them to interact with the church's future leaders. More individuals than ever can be reached by their invitations to join this vibrant and engaging Catholic community thanks to their live-streamed liturgies.
Also, they are a Jesuit parish and thus one of the several ministries run by the Jesuits. Jesuits work in a wide variety of ministries alongside their lay colleagues.