Consider accepting for yourself, or extending to someone you know, an invitation to the Great Banquet Southern Indiana
WHAT IS THE GREAT BANQUET?
Like its counterparts – Cursillo, Emmaus, and Tres Dias – this movement examines Christianity as a life-style. The Great Banquet is an orderly, structured weekend designed to
strengthen and renew the faith of Christians. Through a combined effort of laity and clergy, the Great Banquet focuses on the renewal of the church.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Anyone who wishes to strengthen his or her spiritual life; wants to have a better
understanding of prayer, the Sacraments, study, and Christian action; strives to live a Christian life that bears fruit for God; seeks to know Jesus as Savior and Lord and to make him known.
The Great Banquet is a 72-hour experience, beginning on Thursday evening and ending Sunday evening. For three days, guests live and study together in a worshipful time of singing, prayer, and discussion. During each of the fifteen talks given by laity and clergy, the theme of God’s grace is presented. Guests participate in the daily celebration of Holy
Communion and examine more fully the presence of Christ in His body of believers. They personally experience His grace through the prayers and acts of a loving Christian support community.
Men’s Weekend – June 5th through the 8th
Women’s Weekend – June 19th through the 22nd
at St. John Presbyterian Church; 1307 E. Elm Street in New Albany, Indiana
for applications or more information call (812)945-3531 or email Pastor Allen.