Church News, Feb. 2

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Hawesville Church of Christ to host anniversary services
HAWESVILLE, Ky. – The Church of Christ at Hawesville will hold special anniversary services Sunday. A.T. Pate will be the guest speaker for every service. Brother Pate has been preaching for more than 60 years and has spoken throughout the country.
The morning Bible class will be at 9 a.m. with the morning worship service at 10 a.m. After the morning services, lunch will be provided by the congregation and the evening service will be at 12:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend. If you have any questions, call (270) 927-9701. The church is located at 2535 Highway 60 west between Vastwood Park and Hancock County High School.

Agape Church to present movie Feb. 12
CANNELTON – Agape Community Church, 101 Taylor St., in Cannelton, will present the movie “Courageous” at 10 a.m. Feb. 12 at the church.
The public is invited to attend. For more information, call the church office at 547-2772.

UMW spaghetti dinner Feb. 12
TELL CITY – The United Methodist Women will host a Valentine’s celebration spaghetti dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 12 at the First United Methodist Church, 702 10th St., in Tell City.
Leo Gronquist will be on hand to provide entertainment. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 3 years and older, and are available at the church office.
Proceeds will help fund the many mission projects the United Methodist Women participate in each year.

Tour of Israel, Jordan planned
PERRY COUNTY – The public has an opportunity for a life-changing and never to be forgotten experience.
Pastor Foy and Judy Back invite anyone interested to join them on a trip to the land of the Bible. Participants will find a “new dimension in your understanding of Christian history and the life of our Lord Jesus,” the Back couple said. The group will visit the place where Jesus walked, lived, taught and performed miracles, and where he was crucified and raised from the dead, according to the Bible.
Cost of the trip is $3,798, all inclusive with tax and tips included. Morning and evening meals are also included and travelers will be responsible for lunch.
This tour will be guided by Pastor Foy and Judy Back and Brother Jack Studie and his wife, Judy. Both couples have experience guiding multiple tours.
For more information, contact the Back couple at (270) 922-1084, (270) 922-6769 or send e-mail to back.judy@yahoo.com.

St. Augustine raffle tickets available
LEOPOLD – The St. Augustine restoration raffle is under way.
This year, a 2011 Kawasaki Mule, four by four with camo coloring, roof, windshield and trailer will be raffled off.
Tickets are available for $10 each or three tickets for $25. This will be a limited draw with only 4,000 tickets sold. The drawing will be held Sunday.
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact any parish member.
Those wishing to purchase tickets can also send money for tickets along with name and phone number to St. Augustine Catholic Church, Attn: Janet, 18020 Lafayette St., Leopold, IN 47551.

Hancock Christian plan Washington D.C. trip
HANCOCK COUNTY, Ky. – The Hancock Christian Church is planning a trip to Washington D.C from March 22 to March 27.
The cost is $509 for six days and five nights, with a double-person occupancy. This price includes motor coach transportation, five nights lodging including three consecutive nights in the Washington D.C. area, eight meals including breakfasts and three dinners.  
Tours that will be featured are the World War II Memorial, Capitol Hill Embassy Row, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Smithsonian, the new Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and more.
Space is limited.  Anyone interested can call Pam Bolen at (270) 295-3966.

Roman Missal exhibit at Archabbey Library
ST. MEINRAD – The Saint Meinrad Archabbey Library is hosting an exhibit titled “The Development of the Roman Missal” that focuses on the history of the Roman Missal, the book containing the prayers and rituals of the Catholic Mass.
The exhibit includes examples of rare and important missals from the earliest manuscript examples to the 20th century.
The exhibit was created by the Rev. Harry Hagan, OSB, a monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey, and includes commentary and English translations of missal passages by students from Saint Meinrad Seminary’s advanced Latin class.
The exhibit, which will run until June 30, is free and open to the public. For library hours, call (812) 357-6401 or visit www. saintmeinrad.edu/library/library_hours.aspx.
Those wishing to view the exhibit may want to arrive at least 30 minutes before closing time.