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Worship Services on Facebook

BLAIRSVILLE — The Hebron Lutheran Church is posting a weekly worship service at 10:45 a.m. led by Reverend John Smaligo, live on Facebook. This can be found by searching for “Hebron Lutheran Church” (the Blairsville location) on the Facebook site.

If you are unable to log in at this time, the service can be accessed any time after morning worship.

Additionally, Hebron also continues to post a Sunday morning children’s lesson on its Facebook page. Be prepared for a wonderful Bible story, an activity, maybe a song, and a fun time with Pastor John or Charlotte Robertson leading the lesson. If you miss it on Sunday morning, no worries.

These lessons can be viewed at any time.

Hebron Lutheran hopes you tune in to hear the word of God or, better yet, join us in person.

Healing Source Event

Fire Now Ministries will host a Healing Spring event from 4-7 p.m. Saturday at the Toretti Auditorium at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletics Complex in White Township.

God has a plan and a purpose for your life, no matter who you are. We want you to join us in discovering the blessings, healings and breakthroughs that are possible through Jesus.

Come as you are and be impacted by this free event.

The seats are limited.

Evangelist Jeremy Puckett is a United States Marine and former Allegheny County Police Officer.

Boro boys breakfast

DERRY — The First United Methodist Church in Derry will hold its monthly Boro Boys Breakfast at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Please contact Rich at (724) 694-9528 to reserve your spot.

Serpentine Prophecy Series

Indiana Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 1496 Indian Springs Road, White Township, will host The Serpentine Prophecy Series to examine the historical roots of spiritualism and the occult.

The series begins at 7 p.m. Thursday and continues at 7 p.m. Friday and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, April 23.

Millions of North Americans have lost loved ones to the coronavirus pandemic, and for many the sudden and isolating nature of the illness has left them searching for a solution.

In their search, some have gone so far as to attempt to contact their recently deceased loved ones. And history shows that it is far from uncommon. Whenever a mass tragedy has struck the world, reports of contact with the dead have also increased.

But how did this fascination for contact with the dead come about? What are its historical roots? And do people really connect with their deceased loved ones?

Serpentine Prophecy will explore these questions in detail, examining ancient and modern history and the teachings of the Bible to find answers.

This series, hosted by Voice of Prophecy/Director Shawn Boonstra, will compare history with the Bible to answer questions such as: When did the idea of ​​contact with the dead first take hold? ? Does Bible prophecy have anything to say about this phenomenon? What’s really behind the door to the most haunted room in America?

After each documentary presentation, the local moderator, Pastor Josiah Hill, will lead a study and discussion on the topic of the session.

Admission is free and all attendees will receive a copy of Boonstra’s book “Draining the Styx”.

To register or for more information about this event, call (724) 465-6862 or email Indiana [email protected]

Ladies Brunch

MARION CENTER — Marion Presbyterian Church, 206 High St., will host a ladies’ brunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, with guest speaker Michele Huey.

A local author and well known for her “God, Me and a Cup of Tea” column, Huey will be on hand to share her message, “Beautiful in God’s Eyes”.

His books will be exhibited and available for sale.

Attendance is free, but please RSVP by April 30 by contacting Beth Turner at (412) 289-6821 or Cindy Mouser at (724) 388-9795.

Wear your favorite hat and bring your favorite cup of tea. You don’t have either? Just come for the food, the camaraderie and a ladies day outing. Gluten-free foods will be available.

Pasta buffet

PENN RUN — There will be a pasta buffet from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 14 at the Penn Run Christian Outreach Center.

The menu includes spaghetti, penne, meatballs, homemade alfredo sauce, homemade sausage and mushroom sauce, mixed California vegetables, stuffed shells, salad, bread, desserts and drinks.

Take-out meals are available.

Indoor garage sale

PENN RUN – The annual indoor garage sale at the Penn Run Christian Outreach Center, 75 Grace Church Road, will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 4.

There will be individual yard sale spaces available, a church yard sale, bake sale and food trucks. Spaces are available for individual garage sales.

Contact Penn Run Church of the Brethren at (724) 463-0420 or Lori at (724) 349-2929 before 9 p.m. or by email at [email protected]

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Norma P. Rex