Church Briefs

Church Briefs 1

The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 510 E. Coolspring Ave., Michigan City, warmly invites all to their Sunday Church and Sunday School Services held at 10 a.M. Sunday.

Are you in need of restoration? Come and learn the better knowledge of God, Christ Jesus, and take a look at Christian science to help heal you of your troubles. Hymns of Praise, the Bible Lesson, The Lord’s Prayer, a Vocal Solo, and another pastime can be presented.

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Testimonies of Healing are also given at the public Wednesday nighttime assembly held at 7:30 p.M.

As Christian Healing is one of the first points of Christian Science, documented reviews are to be had at no cost to all of us who request them.

Our Bible-Lesson is likewise available on neighborhood Cable TV Channel 99 on Wednesdays at nine a.M., Fridays at eleven a.M., And Sundays at 6 p.M. For more significant data, name the church.

First United Methodist announces offerings.

First United Methodist Church, 1225 Michigan Ave., La Porte, gives three offerings.

Service instances are 8 a.M., 9 a.M., And 10:30 a.M. On Sunday.

Sunday faculty held in the course of all services. Adult instructions are at nine a.M., And 10:30 a.M. Childcare is available from 7:45 to 11:45 a.M.

Youth Group meets from four to 7 p.M.

Grace Cafe and Wonderful Wednesday have begun. An unfastened dinner could be served every week through our extraordinary body of workers, beginning at 5 p.M. We do receive a free-will donation for the meal. Following the meal, there may be Children’s activities K-five and a young people bible have a look at grades 6-12. Also, at 4 or 6 p.M., Be a part of Pastor Bob as he starts offevolved his new bible study on Esther. Please sign up in your attendance sheets, at some stage in the provider, or name the church at 362-2443. The new organization, Young Families of Faith, will be an assembly at 6 p.M. This organization becomes established to support young families through unity and fellowship as we deepen our relationship with God. Y.F.F. Is part of the Wonderful Wednesday lineup. The group meets at 6 p.M. Inside the parlor, following the Grace Café meal. Childcare is provided. We hope you’ll be a part of us and produce buddies. For more data, call or text Debi Baughman.

Parents Night Out is the first Saturday of the month from five to eight:30 p.M. Featuring dinner, stories, games, crafts, and motion pictures. Donations are frequent.

Saturday Bible faculty “Hero for God!” is the second Saturday monthly from 10 a.M. To two p.M. There could be memories, video games, crafts, and songs. Lunch might be provided. Call the church to sign in for this unfastened event.

Church will hold Shrove Tuesday pancake supper.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 706 Harrison St., La Porte, will preserve its annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper on March five, from 5 to 7 p.M. Pancakes, sausage, apple sauce, and beverages might be served. There isn’t any rate. The parish house is handicap available.

20 Minutes with God collection slated

This year, the “20 Minutes with God” Lent series subsidized via the La Porte County Ministerial Alliance, dates, speakers, and meal companies were announced for this year.

This yr’s host is Bethany Church at 102 G St., La Porte.

The provider starts offevolved right away at noon and is observed by a mild lunch.

Dates and speakers are:

• March 13 — Roscoe Hoffman, River of Life Missionary Church Michigan City, with lunch provided by way of Hamilton Grove.

• March 20 — Bob Vale, First United Methodist, with lunch supplied via First United Methodist.

• March 27 — Brian White, Salem Chapel Methodist, with lunch furnished via Salem Chapel.

• April 3 — Sally Wicks, Presbyterian Church of La Porte, with lunch supplied using Presbyterian Church of La Porte.

• April 10 — Dennis Meyer, Bethany Church, with lunch provided by Bethany Church.

The event explores that means of life.

Where can we come from, and wherein are we going? These questions are decisive for information on how to be human and a way to orient our lives and our actions toward authentic achievement. Made for More is a countrywide occasion that targets to answer these questions on a personal degree. The event is coming to Queen of All Saints Catholic Church in Michigan City on March 20 from 7 to 9:30 p.M.


Join nationally-diagnosed Catholics Christopher West and Mike Mangione as they creatively weave collectively dynamic presentations with stay tune, film clips, YouTube motion pictures, and sacred artwork for a night of beauty and mirrored image at the meaning of life, love, and human future. You will come away with a faith-filled vision of wish, an excellent way to instill in you the sheer wonder and joy of being alive. People of all faith backgrounds, or none at all, are welcome to wait.

The event is appropriate for each person, from young adults to adults.

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