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Sunday Cabaret: Ministering Fellowship and Memorable Times!

The popular Sunday Cabaret will return this September, and will once again run throughout the next several months, concluding in April 2015. Held on the fourth Sunday of every month, each evening combines a freshly prepared dinner and a program, each offered by a different area church. Anyone is invited to this program, held in the Community Room at the Mission, located at 1590 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, NY 14303.

Last year, some highlights included a performance by the Brighton Community Church Hand Bell Choir, a Bingo Night, and a special St. Patrick's themed dinner and program. This ministry always provides a lighthearted, enjoyable experience for all those that come out.

The Sunday Cabaret was created by the Niagara Deanery of the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York, as part of the Mustard Seed Project initiated by the Diocese's Bishop, The Rt. Rev. R. William Franklin. The Mustard Seed Project sought to unify the churches of the Diocese and the communities they serve. Through its partnership with Community Missions, the shared ministries of both CMI and the Niagara Deanery provide an opportunity to strengthen church's connections to the community through the times of fellowship and fun-filled activities at the Sunday Cabaret events.


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