"To assist St. Basil the Great Parish spiritually and materially and create an opportunity for fellowship among the parish women."
Women's Fellowship March Meeting
Irish Steppers - Back by popular demand!
*Do Cairde School of Irish Dance (West Chester, PA)
Tuesday, March 14 at 7:00 PM
In the Parish Hall
*Dó Cairde (pronounced doe car-jah) is gaelic for “two friends”. Open to ALL parish women and women from the community! Join us for a fun evening! ALL Women are invited!
No dues - no charge - open to ALL women
Information: Carla Narducci - email@example.com
If you would like a ride to this meeting, please contact us.
ALL women cordially invited!
Meet second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM (September through June) in Saint Basil's Parish Hall
All women of the parish are welcome to all our meetings!
Questions - email SBWF President: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays - 9:30 to 10:30 AM
In the Parish Life Center
No charge - Free will offering
ALL PARISHIONERS WELCOME - Men & Women
Certified Whole Body Toning Instructor Annemarie Weissing - 610-933-5076; email@example.com
St. Basil's Women's Fellowship will offer a Sunday Mass once a month for recently deceased parishioners and their families. Click here for the 2017 Mass schedule.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR UPCOMING MEETINGS!
2nd Tuesday of the month at 7 PM in the Parish Hall
*Please note changes of date/time
Tues. March 14 - Irish Steppers - Do Cairde School of Irish Dance - back by popular demand
Tues. April 11 - Coffee Klatche! Golden Valley Coffee Roasters (Tea party revisited with a coffee twist!)
Coffee's many uses, processes, proper brewing, samples to try/purchase
Tues. May 9 - Guest Speaker Meghan Cokeley - Director of the Office for New Evangelization
for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
*Tues. June 13, 6:30 PM - Annual Covered Dish - Installation of officers - Celebrate Summer!
St. Basil’s Women’s Fellowship has an enthusiastic group of ladies who knit and crochet Prayer Shawls. These Prayer Shawls are available for persons who are ill, in nursing facilities or experiencing difficulties.
Each stitch in a Prayer Shawl is a prayer for the recovery in body and spirit for the person who will receive it. A priest blesses Prayer Shawls and they are meant to bring comfort, warmth, hope, peace and healing. The Prayer Shawl signifies love we have for those who are shut-in and unable to join us at Mass. When a recipient is wrapped in a Prayer Shawl they will feel a bond with our parish.
|St. Basil's Women's Fellowship Board and Committee Chair Directory|
|Vice President||Christine Fallon|
|Treasurer||Mary Ann Burcin|
|Recording Secretary||Kathy Coats|
|Corresponding Secretary||Rose Badman|
|Standing Committees||Committee Chairs|
|Christian Outreach||Betsy Amalong|
|Ways and Means||Paula Jennings|