Church News, Jan. 12

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Gospel Tabernacle post winter schedule
CANNELTON – Cannelton Gospel Tabernacle Church announces their winter schedule. Starting immediately, the church will have one service at 1 p.m. Sundays.
Wednesday night services will be discontinued throughout winter due to bad weather conditions.
An announcement will be made around March when Wednesday services will be held again.

Hatfield UMC to host concert Jan. 15
HATFIELD – The Hatfield United Methodist Church will present Five For One vocal praise group Jan. 15.
The event will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the public is invited to attend.

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.

Financial Peace Class under way in Troy
TROY – The Troy United Methodist Church will once again sponsor Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University classes for the 10th year.
The 13-week course teaches the basics of budgeting, saving, purchasing, investing, retirement, charitable giving and much more. The goal is to become debt free, which leads to personal wealth.
Classes started this week at the Troy United Methodist Church located at the corners of Spring and Walnut streets in Troy. Classes will be held at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday during the course.
For more information, contact Reid at 547-6030 in the evening or 547-3441 during the day.
The cost of the class includes a kit, which contains computer aids, workbook, text book, audio CDs of each video and more.

Sisters of St. Benedict offer 3-DVD spiritual guidebook
FERDINAND – The Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand have produced a three-DVD set and guidebook, “A Transformed Life,” intended to help viewers discover the meaning and purpose of their lives.
In six 45-minute conferences, Sister Maria Tasto OSB, guides viewers along the path of becoming who God created them to be. Using the lens of Scripture and inspired by the work of the Rev. Thomas Keating, Sister Maria shares what she has gleaned from years of walking with others on the spiritual journey and from her own path.
With profound insight and compassion, Sister Maria helps viewers to recognize their false selves, transform their attitudes and responses, deepen their relationships with God, and come into the fullness of life, where true happiness lies. She shares touching stories of how people have overcome their troubles to find personal freedom, including her own near-death ordeal.
“A Transformed Life” is suited for group discussion and reflection, or for individual enrichment. The guidebook, which includes a facilitator’s guide, complements the program for both groups and individuals.
Sister Maria is a founding member of the Resource Faculty of Contemplative Outreach. She first developed these conferences for Contemplative Outreach chapters throughout the world and has presented “A Transformed Life” to many groups, both lay and religious. To purchase “A Transformed Life,” visit www.thedome.org/ ATL, call (812) 367-2500, or visit the sisters’ monastery gift shop, For Heaven’s Sake, in Ferdinand. The three-DVD set and guidebook are available for $94.99. Additional guidebooks cost $9.95.