Join us for a Holy Happy Hour!
Looking for a unique and uplifting way to spend your evening? Look no further! St. David the King’s Young Adult Ministry invites you to our Holy Happy Hour — an event crafted just for you.
What to Expect:
Sip, socialize, and spiritually recharge with fellow young adults in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Our Holy Happy Hour combines the joy of fellowship with the sacredness of faith.
We will gather at 7:00 PM to recite a decade of the rosary, expose the Blessed Sacrament for adoration, then socialize over food and drinks in the Youth Hall. Come and go as you please! This is a BYOB event.
- Date: Thursday, January 11th
- Time: 7:00 PM
- Location: Main Church
- Open to: All young adults (18 – 39)
Don’t miss this Holy Happy Hour experience designed just for you! Bring a friend and let’s celebrate faith, friendship, and the joy of being young and Catholic together!
For more information, contact Matt Simms at 609-275-7111 (ext. 202) or email@example.com.
Thanks to Debra Camilleri for her photos!
AN INSPIRATIONAL EVENING FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON!
in the Great Hall at St. David the King
Saturday, December 16, 2023
Children 12 and under are free (but they do need tickets)
Now in its 35th Anniversary Season, Boheme Opera NJ brings opera to the community with Gian Carlo Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, an uplifting, inspirational story of two children joined by faith on the eve of the Nativity.
A poor mother and her disabled son, Amahl, who has a penchant for tall tales, open their humble home to the Three Kings on their westward, star-guided quest. What begins as a respite on the road to Bethlehem becomes a journey of learning, love and healing. Enjoy a memorable family experience that will bring you holiday warmth and joy.
Amahl and the Night Visitors made television history when it was broadcast live on NBC on December 24, 1951 – the first opera commissioned and written for television and the debut of Hallmark Hall of Fame.
Amahl: Double cast – Sofia Stanev Potts/Courtney Neiman
Mother: Alyce Daubenspeck
King Kaspar: Mathew Tartza
King Melchior: Kevin Patrick
King Balthazar: Martin Hargrove
Page: Dante Doganiero
Dancer: Marika Kossakowsky
Director & Conductor: Joseph Pucciatti
Featuring the Boheme Opera NJ Chamber Orchestra & Chorus
THE IGNATIAN VOLUNTEER CORPS: A RETIREMENT COMMITMENT THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
The Ignatian Volunteer Corps (ivcusa.org), a Jesuit ministry, offers experienced men and women (most age 50+) exceptional volunteer opportunities, matching them with the greatest social needs of our time.
IVC works in partnership with hundreds of nonprofit partner organizations that provide lgnatian volunteers with substantive work serving individuals who have slipped through this country’s safety net. Ignatian volunteers usually serve two days a week at their volunteer site. They also take part in regular local gatherings with their fellow IVC volunteers, reflecting prayerfully on the work they are doing and supporting one other in their commitment.
John Green, IVC’s director for Philadelphia and our area of New Jersey, is holding an information session where you can explore whether this commitment to volunteer service through IVC might be right for you. It will take place at St. David the King, 1 New Village Road, Princeton Junction on Thursday, December 7, at 1:00 PM. You can register for the session at bit.ly/IVC-Dec7. If you can’t come to the session, simply email John Green with your name and any questions you might have: firstname.lastname@example.org.