We’re Together Again!
Church of the Ascension and St. Michael the Archangel Parish invite you to join us for a “Phase-3 approved” evening Together (that is carefully planned to keep you safely Apart!). All Married couples are invited to join us. This date night evening is free, but registration is required. See below for details.
Laughing means Lasting
Saturday, July 25th
St. Michael the Archangel
Outdoors, see Map
Join us for an outdoor date night with beer from Touring Taps (available for purchase), bar snacks, music, and live comedy!
The cost of the event is free, but registration is required. See link below:
Comedian Lindy Katzer
It is often said that couples who laugh together, last together. Join us for a date night with Lindy Katzer, a KC-local, Catholic comedian, wife, and mother. If the ever changing post-pandemic world feels heavy; if you and your spouse could use a positive boost, then join us for the “good medicine” (Pro. 17:22) of an evening spent laughing together.
While most of our Together events focus on marriage enrichment, this evening will focus mainly on fun (but laughter is enriching too, right?).
Remember to Bring:
– Lawn Chairs and/or Blanket
– Money for Touring Taps (Optional)
Contact Mary Connor for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are sorry, but we are not able to offer childcare for this event.
Church of the Ascension and St. Michael the Archangel Parish have teamed up to co-host Together, a ministry devoted to married couples. Our hope is to provide opportunities for marriages to grow deeper and for our faith communities to grow broader. Through collaborative learning, inter-parish fellowship, and shared faith experiences, you will grow Together with your spouse and be encouraged in your vocation.
Spend your Saturday night Together. Join us for dynamic speaker presentations, fellowship, prayer, drinks, and appetizers. Then, continue the conversation with your spouse, out on a date or back in your home — at at time and place that works for both of you! We will provide simple reflection questions to take with you, as entry points for deeper discussion and personal application.
The topics for each evening will be “served a la carte,” meaning, you do not need to prepare with reading or homework ahead of time, nor do you need to attend every available evening (although you are certainly encouraged to do so)! All married couples are invited to come — so bring a friend from your neighborhood or from a neighboring parish. You can expect a comfortable, inviting, and pressure-free atmosphere.