Family Halloween Harvest Party

~ALL SAINTS’ CELEBRATION ~

Society focuses on scary figures and ideas for Halloween. “Hallowe’en” is actually a contraction for “All Hallows” Eve,’ meaning the evening of All Saints’ Day (Nov. 1).

At St. Monica’s, we will celebrate All Saints’ Day with a family celebration that will take place:

Friday, Oct. 26 – 6:00 to 8:00 PM

In the Parish Hall (Basement of the Church) Cost: Free!

Stay for the whole event, or simply drop in.  

We will have a variety of stations with games, crafts,  cupcake decorating, and nut-free snacks. (We will not be serving dinner at this event, but there will be plenty of chips, apples, drinks, and goodie bags!)

This celebration is aimed at the Children’s Liturgy age group (and their siblings).

*Parents must accompany their children to this event.

Costumes are not mandatory; however, children are encouraged to dress as their favorite saint or hero. (Action heroes and princesses are acceptable.    

No scary costumes please.

Need some costume ideas?

Check out these websites:                                                                          

All Saints’ Day Costume Ideas for Girls

All Saints’ Day Costume Ideas for Boys