Saturday, September 8
Faith: ECRC is hosting its annual Awake My Soul Event. Tickets are $7 and include dinner. The event will be taking place at St. Joseph Chaldean Catholic Church on Big Be ver Rd. in Troy. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and speakers will include Fr. Dave Pivonka, Tim Glemkowski, Fr. Bryan Kassa, Fr. Fadi Matloob, Fr. Sameem Balius and Guest Feature is Joumana Mdawar.
Sunday, September 9
Charity: The Autism Alliance of Michigan presents the first Golf for Autism at Pine Knob Golf Course located at 5580 Waldon Rd., Village of Clarkston on Sunday, September 9 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For $200, each golfer will receive: a golf cart and 18 holes of golf, a welcome gift, a hot breakfast, Bloody Mary/Mimosa Bar, two drink tickets and snacks on course, and lunch featuring a premium open bar. A variety of sponsorship packages are available. For more information, visit the Autism Alliance of Michigan event page at https://autismallianceofmichigan.org/golf/ or email Megan.Williams@aaomi.org
Wednesday, September 12
Faith: The Journey to Heaven Series from a Catholic Perspective is being taught by Jeff Kassab, BA in Theology. The Journey to Heaven Series will be hosted at the Eastern Catholic Re-Evangelization Center in Bloomfield Hills at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, September 13
Industry Outlook: The Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce presents their Industry Outlook: Economic Incentives and The New Economy. Join other chamber members for a panel discussion with industry leaders who will share their business expertise in this growing economy. Panelists include Kevin Jappaya, President of KJ Commercial Real Estate, Dave Baratta, Vice President of Development at Farbman Group, Josh Hundt, Chief Business Development Officer and Executive Vice President of MEDC, and Mike Kulka, Chief Executive Officer and Principal of PM Environmental. The Industry Outlook will be hosted at the Farbman Group Building in Bingham Farms from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. To register for this event contact Sarah Kittle at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (248) 851-1200
Saturday, September 15
Fashion: FALL FASHION SHOPPING PARTY Macy’s Somerset – 2nd Floor, Ready-to-Wear
Department. This Fall, it’s all about owning it, embracing femininity and celebrating that fearless energy. Head over to Macy’s for an in-store shopping party to shop The Edit, our fashion director’s picks to buy, love and wear all season. Find everything you need to show the world you’re more than just a girl. This event will begin at 1:00 p.m.
Friday, September 21
Appreciation Luncheon: The Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce invites members
to their Corporate Member Appreciation Luncheon on Friday, September 21 at the Sound Board at Motor City Casino Hotel in Detroit from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The luncheon will feature special
guest speaker David Farbman, CEO of HealthRise Solutions. For more information or to RSVP contact Sarah Kittle at email@example.com or call (248) 851-1200
Sunday, September 23
Charity: Please join us for the 5th annual Stride for Seminarians on September 23 from 7:30am - 12:00 pm at the Detroit Zoo. Early bird registration is available June 1 - June 30. Under 2 are free, ages 2-12 are $20 ($30 after June 30), and adults are $30 ($40 after June 30). Registration includes a t-shirt, breakfast, lunch, kids’ activities, and a mass in the Zoo pavilion. All proceeds support the Chaldean Seminarian fund.
Saturday, September 29
Fashion: FALL FASHION SHOPPING PARTY. Macy’s Twelve Oaks – 1st Floor, Ready-to-Wear Department. This Fall, it’s all about owning it, embracing femininity and celebrating that fearless energy. Head over to Macy’s for an in-store shopping party to shop The Edit, our fashion director’s picks to buy, love and wear all season. Find everything you need to show the world you’re more than just a girl. This event will begin at 1:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 18
Religious Retreat: Join us for a theological retreat that walks the “Road to Emmaus” (Luke 24:34). Take four days away from the worries and busyness of this world and spend them with the Lord. Hosted by ECRC, the Emmaus Retreat will run from October 18 through October 21. Taking place at the Queen of the Family Retreat Center in Oxford, the retreat is open to anyone between the ages of 21 – 35. For more information or to register for the Emmaus Retreat, visit www.ecrc.us/emmaus-retreat