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Church News, Jan. 27

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Pastels on exhibit at Archabbey Library
ST. MEINRAD – An art exhibit called “Plein-Air Pastels” will be on display at the Saint Meinrad Archabbey Library Gallery in St. Meinrad from Jan. 15 to March 5.
The exhibit showcases the plein-air (painting outdoors) works of two Kentucky artists, Jan Frazier of Owensboro and Iris Gentry of Henderson.
Both artists are adept in a variety of media and enjoy working outside, on location, where the constantly changing light is both an inspiration and a challenge.
This exhibit focuses on their work in pastels.
Frazier earned a bachelor’s degree in art education in 1973 and has worked in a variety of media.
Her goal is to bring the viewer to the place where the work was created “to see the beauty of the moment.”
She regularly exhibits work in the region, most recently in the winter show at the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art and in “Six Painted Ladies,” a group show at the Arts Council in Evansville.
Gentry studied art at Murray State University, University of Kentucky, Kentucky Wesleyan College and Brescia University.
She enjoys working outside because “the brilliant colors, smells, sounds and general sensory overload provide the artist with more inspiration than any camera could possibly begin to record.”
Her work is found in numerous corporate and private collections, including the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art.
For library hours call, 357-6401 or (800) 987-7311, or visit the Archabbey Library’s Web site www. saintmeinrad.edu/library/library_ hours.aspx.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Those wishing to view the exhibit may want to arrive at least 30 minutes before closing time.

Revival set to start Sunday
TELL CITY – The Church of the Nazarene, 4 Lausanne Court in Tell City on the hill across from McDonald’s, will host preaching and singing Sunday through Wednesday at the church’s revival.
Activities will begin Sunday at 10 a.m. and a service will be held that evening at 7 p.m. Evening services will be held at 7 p.m. each night.
The special guest speaker will be Minyoung Yoon. Yoon is the pastor of a dynamic church in Kyunggi City, South Korea.
He has a master’s degree, along with 32 years of ministry experience. Yoon started his church of close to a 1,000 members from the ground up.
He will speak on personal Christian and church growth. The church’s congregation invites and welcomes the community to join them during the revival.

Kidwell to speak at Freewill Baptist Sunday
CANNELTON – The Rev. Jack Kidwell, pastor of Heartland Baptist Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, will be the special guest speaker at Cannelton Freewill Baptist Church Sunday. The day’s activities will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day. Pastor Lewis Garrett and congregation invite the community to attend.

Central Baptist to hold Fifth Sunday singing
HAWESVILLE, Ky. – Central Baptist Church will hold a special Fifth Sunday singing service Sunday at the church. The starting time of the service is 6 p.m. Pastor Brian Adkins and congregation invite everyone to come and celebrate through song. The church is located on the corner of Highway 60 West and 271 North in Hawesville.

Deer Creek Baptist Church to host youth program in March for local groups
TELL CITY – The youth ministry of Deer Creek Baptist Church are planning an event similar to last year’s “Lead Me To The Cross,” program.
This year’s event, titled “Fused!” will be a youth revival featuring special guest speaker Mark Williams, pastor of Hawesville Baptist Church in Hawesville, Ky.
The program will also feature the Agape Church Youth Praise Band 1,000 Times and the Kentucky Wesleyan College Andy Basham Band.
Youth groups from Perry and Hancock counties will also be invited to perform.
If you have a youth group that would like to participate in the service with music, skits or puppets, contact Jim Jackson, youth leader at Deer Creek Baptist Church. Time is very limited.
“Fused!” will be held Saturday and Sunday, March 26 and 27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. each night.
For more information, contact Jackson at 836-2187.