Coming Up This Week September 20 to October 6

First Annual Frankford High School 5K

Sat, September 30, 8am – 11am

5000 Oxford Ave.

Email frankford5k@gmail.com for details

 

Grand Army of the Republic Museum Open House

Sun, October 1, 12pm – 5pm

4278 Griscom Street

Presentation at 1:30 PM: Jay Howard – Letters and Diary of Captain Hall

 

Celebrate the Transitus, the passing over, of St. Francis of Assisi

Tue, October 3, 6pm – 8pm

St Joachim’s Church, 1527 Church St.

Celebrate the Transitus, the passing over, of St. Francis of Assisi, from earthly-life to eternal-life. The service will include readings and music to commemorate the life of St. Francis, as well as a time to remember the lives of loved ones who have passed. The evening will conclude with refreshments. All are welcome! 6:00 PM – Gather for a period of silent prayer at St. Mark’s (4442 Frankford Ave.). 6:30 PM – Procession to St. Joachim’s (1527 Church St.), where the worship service will take place. Parking at St. Joachim’s is available in the St. Joachim Church parking lot on Griscom Street, just around the corner from the church.

 

Friends of Overington Park

Tue, October 3, 7pm – 8pm

Friends Meeting House, 1500 Orthodox Street (map)

The group maintains and supports Overington Park at Orthodox and Leiper Streets. This park has been resurrected and now hosts events almost every month of the year but it can’t do it without your active participation. New members needed. Join us the first Tuesday of the month. We meet In the Park from May to September.

 

Frankford Civic Association Meeting

Thu, October 5, 7pm – 8pm

St Mark’s Church Frankford, 4442 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19124, United States (map)

 

Taizé Prayer Evening

Fri, October 6, 7pm – 8pm

St Joachim’s Church, 1527 Church Street

Worship with us each Friday in October: 6, 13, 20 & 27 Taizé evenings consist of simple reflective songs in multiple languages to lead the community into prayer and praise. Fellowship will follow.

Adorar con nosotros cada Viernes en Octubre: 6, 13, 20 & 27 Noches de Taizé consiste en sencillo, pensativo canciones en multiples idiomas para guiar la comunidad hacia oración y alabanza. Compañerismo seguirá.

Parking is available in the St. Joachim Church parking lot on Griscom Street, just around the corner from the church.