It’s going to be a packed week for Lucis Via Greenville!

TheologyOnTap_LogoOur Fall 2014 Theology on Tap series, “Restore!,” begins on Monday.  More than 20 of your LVG friends have already RSVPd to come eat some pizza and listen to what Fr. Newman has to tell us about Recovering the Unity.  Please join us at 6:45 at Your Pie on Woodruff Road to place your pizza order and get situated; Fr. Newman will begin his talk about half an hour later.  Click here to read all of the details about this four-part ToT series.  You can RSVP via each of the Facebook event links.

The LVG men’s and women’s book studies both continue on Tuesday, October 28th.

rosary handsThe women’s rosary group meets again on Thursday, October 30th at 7:30 at the home of Hannah.  Click here to see the Facebook event in order to RSVP and see who else is going. Hannah lives in the Taylors area; you can contact her directly at (805) 750-5663 for the address and directions.

Trunk or TreatWe are also seeking volunteers for an easy and fun service project on Halloween night.  Dress yourself and your car trunk up for Trunk or Treat at St. Anthony’s on Friday the 31st.  Most importantly, bring some candy!  The kids will come seeking sweets between 6:00 and 7:00 at the St. Anthony’s parking lot, so plan to show up a little early to prepare – by 5:30 would be great.  There is already talk of grabbing dinner and/or attending a costume contest party afterwards, for those who may be interested.  Click here to RSVP on the Facebook event, or you can call Leah at 864-593-2573 or email us at lvgreenville@gmail.com.  We’re seeking 10 volunteers, so if you’re able to make it, please let us know as soon as possible.

 

Go ahead and mark your calendars for the next LVG Happy Hour:

Friday, November 7th
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria
Dan & Victoria Burnos hosting (770-366-3246 or 412-651-5333)

Trunk or Treat is an opportunity to provide a safe trick-or-treating environment to children! LVG is seeking 10 volunteers willing to 1) decorate their car trunk for Halloween, 2) bring candy to hand out to children (enough for 30 children, possibly), and 3) wear Halloween-inspired clothing or wear a costume (this is not required, just fun!). The event will be held at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School on Friday, October 31 (Halloween) from 6-7pm. Be sure to arrive no later than 5:30pm to set up. Members interested in going downtown for dinner afterward will pick a spot together! There may be a trunk decorating contest!

We need RSVPs in order to best prepare! PLEASE RSVP!

Email lvgreenville@gmail.com OR call Leah @ 864-593-2573 OR respond in the Facebook event.

It has already been six weeks!  The LVG Prayer Scripture study led by Sarah Pelicano wraps up with its final session tonight: Discernment and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Click here for the Facebook event for details and to RSVP.

TheologyOnTap_LogoThere will NOT be a study or event happening next Monday, the 20th… However – did you know that our fall Theology on Tap series begins the following Monday, October 27th?  The topic this time is Restore!  Click here for the full post with all the details you need to know about “ToT.”  Be sure to mark your calendars for October 27th and November 3rd, 10th, and 17th.

Whatever will you do between now and then?!

Well, the LVG men’s and women’s book studies both continue on Tuesday, October 14th.

You can also join your Lucis Via friends for our monthly lunch on Sunday, October 19th at 1:00 at Handi Indian Cuisine, a short walk from St. Mary’s Catholic Church. You can contact Matt M. at (512) 796-7930 with questions.  Please click here to RSVP – your “yes” helps us know how big of a table to secure at the restaurant.

There is always a lot going on within the Lucis Via Greenville ministry.  We hope to see you soon!

There is a common misperception that World Youth Day is meant only for those in HS and college, but the call is to all young people who come with joy, who want to have a personal encounter with Christ ages 16-35 (there is no age limit on volunteers). The Diocese of Charleston is organizing a 12 day program (Friday July 22 – Tuesday, August 2) to the 2016 WYD site in Krakow, which will feature some of the most significant sites in Poland – including sites of Pope JPII, Czestochowa, and Auschwitz Nazi Camp. To learn more about the itinerary, click here.

Community Tap logoGo ahead and make plans to wrap up the work week and kick off the weekend with your Lucis Via friends and a delicious beverage at The Community Tap this Friday night (October 10th)!  Come to 217 Wade Hampton Boulevard (where Church Street terminates into Wade Hampton Blvd.) between 6:00 and 7:00 for an hour of happiness.  There will be a Coast Brewing Company tasting going on at the Tap during this time; you can read more about that here.  Want something to eat, too?  The Chuck Truck will be out in the parking lot to provide grub; check out their menu here.

Fall for Greenville graphicWhat’s that?  Still not enough?  Well… This weekend is Fall for Greenville… so if you’re interested in checking that out, folks are encouraged to go downtown together after Happy Hour for more fun. There will be music, food, beverages, and more.

Click here for the Facebook event so you can RSVP and see who else is planning to come to Happy Hour. You can contact Meg (864.363.8753) or Jamie (865.525.6191) McGowen if you have questions.

Wood_SteveThe Diocese of Charleston’s Office of Young Adult Ministry announced today that Catholic author, radio host and evangelist, Steve Wood will speak at the Fall 2014 Young Adult Retreat about Purpose Filled Lives and Relationships.

To learn more about the retreat or register, read the RETREAT BROCHURE and/or join the Facebook event.