Saint Patrick: A Story Of Compassionate Service
- Wednesday, March 28, 2018
- 2:00PM - 3:00PM
- St. John's Presbyterian Church, 1480 George St. White Rock
Many think of leprechauns, faeries, lucky four-leafed clovers, green beer, and frivolous festivities during this season. But as we look deeper into the true story of Saint Partick, we see a humble and devoted servant of the Risen Christ, who reached out his hand to those who had taken him from his homeland into bondage as a slave. As a young teenager, Patrick was taken captive from his British homeland, and taken to Ireland as a slave. After six years in captivity, he escaped back to Britain, and became a cleric. He then returned to Ireland as a missionary, and in compassion and love, was instrumental in bringing the Irish people into the fold of Christ. He used the shamrock as a symbol of the Holy Trinity.
Join us in a fun-filled concert, as we explore all things Irish, and remember the beloved Saint. Let's think about how we could be doing so much more to further the Kingdom of God in this world, and reach out to others with compassion and love!
Admission by donation