Cones & Tones
Jun
30
6:00 pm18:00

Cones & Tones

The Inside Scoop Ice cream Truck will be parked in our lot from 6 - 9pm. Free live music will be provided for listening and dancing enjoyment - come out for this sweet treat to beat the summer heat! 

P3 Newcomer Night
Jul
5
6:30 pm18:30

P3 Newcomer Night

  • St. Charles Catholic Church

Our monthly P3 Newcomer Night is a great opportunity for young adults in the parish to get connected to the community and learn more about various opportunities to plug into parish life.

P3 (Prayer, Penance, and Pub) takes place in the church at St. Charles. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed at 6:30pm with time for silent prayer and Confessions following. A meditation is given by one of the priests of St. Charles at 8:00pm, with Benediction following at 8:30pm.

Afterwards, fellowship continues in the St. Charles gymnasium with beer and wine available for purchase (cash or credit). A hospitality team is also present during this time to help newcomers learn more about how to get involved in spiritual, social, and service activities at St. Charles.

Please feel free to join us for any portion of the evening.

Arlington TOT: The Spanish Jesuit Martyrs of Virginia
Jul
10
6:00 pm18:00

Arlington TOT: The Spanish Jesuit Martyrs of Virginia

  • O'Sullivan's Irish Pub

"The Spanish Jesuit Martyrs of Virginia :
A Story of Faith Every Catholic Should Know"

Fr. Andrew Fisher, Pastor at St. Ambrose Parish

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Arlington Theology on Tap is presented by the Arlington Diocese Young Adult Ministry. It is held on the second Monday of each month at O'Sullivan's Irish Pub located at 3207 Washington Blvd., in Arlington, VA, across from St. Charles Catholic Church. 

All adults (ages 21-39) single and married of all faith backgrounds are invited. 
Talk begins at 7:30 pm & ends with Q&A at 8:30 pm. Arrive early to get a seat!

Questions? Contact yam@arlingtondiocese.org

St. Charles @ WYD Unite
Jul
22
11:30 am11:30

St. Charles @ WYD Unite

  • Saint John Paul II National Shrine

World Youth Day UNITE is a national young adult (18 to 39) and young family festival where thousands will gather in Washington, D.C. for amazing worship, inspiring talks, engaging break out groups, incredible music with Audrey Assad and Tony Melendez, and more.

This event, which channels the spirit and vision of the international World Youth Day celebrations, will be a moment of national unity and authentic communion for all young adults living and working in a broken and divided world.

To further this unity, we will reflect upon the theme, "The Mighty One Has Done Great Things for Me and Holy is His Name."

TO ATTEND register online at wydunite.eventbrite.com ($25).

CONNECT WITH OTHER ST CHARLES ATTENDEES by signing up for the email/text group.


LENTEN ADULT FAITH FORMATION
Mar
27
7:00 pm19:00

LENTEN ADULT FAITH FORMATION

Fr. Dyer's Lenten Adult Faith Formation Talks

Join us for discussion and meditation on the Gospel Reading for next Sunday: The Man Born Blind: Shine Light on Our Blindness.

FORUM Feast: St. Patrick's Day with Low Water Bridge
Mar
17
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Feast: St. Patrick's Day with Low Water Bridge

Celebrate St. Patrick and the Irish with FORUM!

7:30pm - Happy Hour with Irish beer specials
8:00pm - Ben-David Warner set
9:00pm - Low Water Bridge set

Tickets: $10 Advance | $15 Day-of |Kids under 12 are FREE!

In addition to the FORUM cash bar, there will be Irish food available for purchase.

Low Water Bridge is a band based in Virginia.. Amazing vocals and harmonies soar over inspired playing in a set list of diverse folk, Celtic and country/Americana music. The band takes the likes of traditional music and artists such as Loreena McKennitt, Alison Krauss, The Corrs, The High Kings, The Beatles and Johnny Cash and blends it all into something new and inspiring.

Ben-David Warner is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter with roots in Celtic, Classical, and Folk music. For four years he was a member of the Celtic Americana Band Scythian, which Nashville's Music City Roots says is "what happens when rock star charisma meets Celtic dervish fiddling." Trained on the classical violin, Ben-David plays the banjo, fiddle, viola, guitar, and mandolin. Ed Helms’s The Bluegrass Situation praises his new Scythian song “Built These Walls” as a “blue-collar ballad we can all get behind.”

FORUM Dance: Swing!
Mar
10
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Dance: Swing!

$5 Cover at Door and Cash Bar

7:30PM: Happy Hour with wine and beer specials
8:30PM: Dance Instruction with Gretchen Midgely of Jam Cellar
9:15PM: Open Dancing with Swing tunes

Trivia Night!
Mar
3
7:30 pm19:30

Trivia Night!

Come test your trivia knowledge against friends and other players at our St Charles Trivia Nights! 

 $5 Cover at Door (All funds go toward our High School WorkCamp Trip)

7:30pm - Happy Hour with Beer and Wine Specials
8:00pm - Trivia hosted by Shelby Drulis 

American Food Menu will be available for purchase 

Teams: minimum of 2 players and maximum of 8 players. We recommend putting your team together before arriving. We will do our best to find spots for players without a team at the door.

Mar
1
7:00 am07:00

Ash Wednesday at St. Charles

ASH WEDNESDAY

Masses with the Imposition of Ashes

7:00 & 9:00 A.M., 12:00 Noon, 6:00 & 7:30 P.M. (Bilingual)

NOTE: There is NO P3 on Ash Wednesday

FORUM Feast: Mardi Gras w/ Capital Focus Jazz Band
Feb
24
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Feast: Mardi Gras w/ Capital Focus Jazz Band

FORUM Mardi Gras returns with great live music, food, and drink!

We welcome back the Capital Focus Jazz Band to provide live musical entertainment!

7:30pm - Happy Hour with beer and wine specials
8:00pm - Capital Focus Jazz Band Set 1
9:30pm - Capital Focus Jazz Band Set 2

Food and alcohol will be available for purchase at the event.

Advance Ticket Sales end at Midnight on February 23.

FORUM Lecture: Artist Ken Woo
Feb
17
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Lecture: Artist Ken Woo

FREE Event

7:30PM: Happy Hour with wine and beer specials
8:30PM: Talk by Artist Ken Woo followed by Q & A

Born in Shanghai, Woo’s first major exhibition was in 1997 at the AKI Institute of Art in Holland. He then went on to exhibit at the central academy of art in Beijing, the Ruskin School of Drawing at Oxford University, Florence Academy in Italy as well as at the Beijing Museum of Art. He is currently showing with galleries in NY, Los Angeles, Beijing and Shanghai.

His art has been shown in many countries and is in the private collections of both the Guggenheim and Hearst families. He is also in the Public collections of Mount Sinai Medical Center, the Church of Our Saviour, Saint Malachy’s Church and Murray Hill Place in New York City, Saint Bridget Hospice in Kildare, Ireland, and Saint Gabriel’s Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. His works are auctioned by Sotheby’s and Phillips de Pury annually.

FORUM Concert: The Collection and Kevin Heider
Jan
27
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Concert: The Collection and Kevin Heider

Tickets: $10 Advance | $15 Day-of | $5 Students (with valid student ID)

7:30pm - Happy Hour with Beer and Wine Specials
8:00pm - Kevin Heider & The Honest Stand
9:15pm - The Collection
In addition to the FORUM bar, a food menu is available for purchase.

The Collection
"If you love an uplifting big band, The Collection is for you." ~ NPR Music

2nd Annual Night for Life
Jan
26
6:30 pm18:30

2nd Annual Night for Life

Join us in preparation for the March for Life, as we invite Young Adults to pray with us at St. Charles for the victims of abortion and for a conversion of hearts and minds to embrace human life in all of its stages.

 

The event retains the structure of the popular weekly P3 (prayer, penance, pub) event at St. Charles, but we're bringing in members of the FOCUS Collective to lead us in praise and worship during adoration! Following a meditation and benediction, we will have a candlelight rosary procession to and from Clarendon Square, followed by live music and fellowship in the parish gym!

FORUM Lecture: Quodlibet (Whatever You Wish)
Jan
20
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Lecture: Quodlibet (Whatever You Wish)

Open discussion with five panelists:

Dr. John Cuddeback (Philosophy)
Dr. Thomas Stanford (Literature)
Professor Bracy Bersnak (Political Science)
Professor Joseph Arias (Theology)
Professor Mary Stanford

Moderator: Professor Michael Brown

7:30PM Happy Hour with wine & beer specials and hors d’oeuvres
8:00PM Quodlibet Session I
9:00PM Food and drink break
9:15PM Quodlibet Session II

FREE and open to the public!

Trivia Night!
Jan
6
7:30 pm19:30

Trivia Night!

Come test your trivia knowledge against friends and other players at our St Charles Trivia Nights! 

$5 Cover at Door (All funds go toward our High School WorkCamp Trip)

7:30pm - Happy Hour with Beer and Wine Specials
8:00pm - Trivia hosted by Shelby Drulis 

American Food Menu will be available for purchase 

Teams: minimum of 2 players and maximum of 8 players. We recommend putting your team together before arriving. We will do our best to find spots for players without a team at the door.

FORUM Christmas Concert: Aurora Baroque Ensemble
Dec
16
7:30 pm19:30

FORUM Christmas Concert: Aurora Baroque Ensemble

"A Rose E'er Blooming: Baroque Music for Christmas" with the Aurora Baroque Ensemble
7:30pm: Happy Hour featuring beer and wine specials
8:30pm: Musical Program
In addition to the FORUM bar, a food menu is available for purchase

Free Babysitting provided for parents of 5-12 year olds! Simply register when you buy tickets.

Tickets: $10 Advance | $15 At Door | $20 Reserved Mezzanine Seating