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Thursday, May 2, 2024

Spring Prayer Luncheon

Thurs­day, May 2, 2024 12:00pm‑1:00pm

This event aims to bring togeth­er mem­bers of our diverse com­mu­ni­ty to share in a spir­it of uni­ty, under­stand­ing and mutu­al respect. The Prayer Lun­cheon will fea­ture prayers from var­i­ous faith tra­di­tions, fos­ter­ing a sense of inclu­siv­i­ty and har­mo­ny among us.

A com­mu­ni­ty pres­ence at this gath­er­ing will con­tribute sig­nif­i­cant­ly to the rich­ness and diver­si­ty of our shared expe­ri­ence. To stream­line our plan­ning process and ensure we are able to accom­mo­date every­one, please RSVP by April 22nd.

Lunch will be provided. 

Ques­tions? Please con­tact Don Kauf­fold at kauffold@​sbcglobal.​net.

Location

Ken­neth Young Center

1001 Rohlwing Road
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
847-524-8800

Agen­da:

Open­ing Com­ments ( 5 mins.) Pas­tor Ste­fan Potuznik, Chris­tus Vic­tor Luther­an Church

Prayer Offer­ings (20 mins.)

  • Those strug­gling with alco­hol and sub­stance abuse
    Teila DeSarno, Social Ser­vices Super­vi­sor, Elk Grove Vil­lage Police Department
  • Those strug­gling with chron­ic health issues-both phys­i­cal and men­tal
    Therese Bergmann, Men­tal Health Min­istry, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacra­ment Parish
  • Those who feel alone and those griev­ing
    Kathy Bergman, Chap­lain, Ascen­sion Alex­i­an Brothers
  • Those who are strug­gling finan­cial­ly-the hous­ing and food inse­cure
    Don Kauf­fold, PADS Site Direc­tor, Chris­tus Vic­tor Luther­an Church
  • Those whose jobs put them in har­m’s way
    Kathy Jarosch, Trustee, Elk Grove Vil­lage
    Youth and Fam­i­lies, Luanne Pross, Clin­i­cal Direc­tor, Elk Grove Township
  • Wel­com­ing the stranger
    Fr. Dan Folwaczny, Pas­tor, Our Lady of the Blessed Sacra­ment Parish
  • Uni­ty and Peace
    Craig John­son, May­or, Elk Grove Village

Clos­ing Com­ments (5mins.) Daryl Pass, Sr. Man­ag­er Recov­ery Sup­port Services

Lunch and fel­low­ship fol­low. We will adjourn prompt­ly at 1:00pm to allow every­one to get back to their day. We look for­ward to see­ing you!

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