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Church News

  • First Baptist to show ‘Heaven’ Nov. 30

    ROCKPORT – Rockport First Baptist Church in Rockport will show a new film from Billy Graham entitled “Heaven.”

    The showing will be at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 30. Everyone is invited to attend.

  • St. John’s Christmas bazaar Dec. 6

    NEW BOSTON – The annual Christmas bazaar at St. John’s Lutheran Church, half a mile west of New Boston, will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CST Saturday, Dec. 6.

    Homemade candy, apple dumplings, cheese balls, turnip kraut and turnip slaw will be available, as well as baked goods, including springerles.

    There will also be crafts, quilts, blankets and numerous other items. Special soup will be sold by the gallon; take your own containers. Soup, sandwiches and pie will be served throughout the day. Everyone is welcome.

  • Springerles, homemade goodies at St. John’s bazaar
  • Dale Presbyterian to host ‘Longest Night’

    DALE – Dale Presbyterian Church’s Micah Center will host a community event featuring the indoor labyrinth at 6 p.m. CST Sunday, Dec. 21, the “Longest Night.” Amid the excitement and noise of the holiday season, many need a respite of quiet. Others who have lost loved ones this past year may need a place of compassion and mercy. The Rev. Laurie Hearn, certified labyrinth facilitator, will lead participants through a time of reflection and walking the labyrinth. Everyone in the community is invited.

  • Women’s Guild of Tell City EWCC plan Christmas salad luncheon Dec. 4

    TELL CITY – The Women’s Guild of Tell City Evangelical United Christian Church will hold their annual Christmas salad luncheon Thursday, Dec. 4 in the Church Fellowship Hall at 10th and Jefferson streets from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

    In addition to more than 40 different salads, chicken casserole, hot rolls, a variety of homemade Christmas cookies and drinks will be served.

    Cost will be $8 per person at the door. Carry-outs will also be available.

    For more information, call the church office at (812) 547-7059.

  • Recovery group meets Sundays

    TELL CITY – Tell City First United Methodist church offers Celebrate Recovery Ministry every Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. in the social hall at the church.

    Based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, Celebrate Recovery offers a Biblically based, Christ-centered program.

    It is for anyone wrestling with alcohol, drugs, depression, overeating or other issues. Everyone is invited, welcome to attend and encouraged to take a friend.

  • Vegetarian cuisine workshop Wednesday

    TELL CITY – Tell City Seventh-day Adventist Church will offer a culinary experience in vegetarianism from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the church. The event is free and open to the public. The church is at 434 13th Street in Tell City.

  • Gospel Thanksgiving concert planned for Saturday

    TROY – Troy First Christian Church will present its annual Gospel Thanksgiving in Song. The public and all churches and denominations are most welcome.

    The program will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, in the Tell City Junior-Senior High School auditorium.

    Doors will open at 4 p.m. Special guests include Jeremy Calloway, Hoosier Harmony, Ryan Seaton and Conquerors Quartet.

    For more information, call Ray Howard at Troy First Christian Church at (812) 482-2262.

  • United Pentecostal now taking candy orders

    BRISTOW – Bristow United Pentecostal is taking candy orders for Thanksgiving. Candy includes fudge, fudge with walnuts, peanut butter fudge, peanut butter balls (buckeyes) and peanut brittle.

    All fudge varieties and buckeyes are $3.50 per half pound. Peanut brittle is $2.50 per patty. Call 843-4747 to place an order. Friday, Nov. 21, is the last day to order. Delivery will be Monday, Nov. 24.

  • First Baptist collecting for Operation Christmas Child

    TELL CITY –First Baptist Church of Tell City will serve as a collection site for Operation Christmas Child. The annual project, supported by local residents, families, churches and groups, will fill shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and notes of encouragement.

    “Anyone can participate,” said local volunteer Cheryl Bingemer.

    “Whether you are young or old, Operation Christmas Child is a fun project that makes a tangible difference in the life of a child facing difficult circumstances.”