Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1990 · Page 23
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,3(nMana (gazette RELIGION Saturday, September 20, 2003 — Page 23 Church briefs Revival at Penns Manor Church KENWOOD — The Rev. Carlton Mills from Florida will be the featured speaker at the Penns Manor Church of Nazarene's Revival Services beginning Wednesday and running through Sunday. Wednesday through Saturday, he will speak at 7 p.m. and at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday. Fall revival services i HOMER CITY — Fall revival services will be held at the Homer • City Church of the Nazarene Wednesday through Sundaywith the Rev. Duane Smith as the featured evangelist. Wednesday through Saturday meetings will begin at 7 p.m., while Sunday meetings will be at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Smith is an ordained evangelist in the Church of the Nazarene. He has 13 gospel recordings and has traveled extensively for 25 years as an evangelist. The church is located along Route 119 South next to Luther Ford in Homer City. Missionaries to speak MARION CENTER — David and Mary Lou Boyer will give a : presentation at 10:30 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church of Marion Center Sunday. . The Boyers carried out educational and agricultural ministries at the Bethel Evangelical Secondary School in Dembi Dollo, Ethiopia, from 1992 through 2002. The Boyers taught basic courses in agriculture, science, Bible, English and home economics. The school is located in the highlands of western Ethiopia. David also oversaw the school's farm, and Mary Lou taught practical nursing. New service COMMODORE — A contemporary Praise and Worship Service 'will begin Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Purchase Line Church of the 'Brethren beginning at 6:30 p.m. The church is located at 5227 Purchase Line Road, Commodore. Presbyterian women to meet PUNXSUTAWNEY — The Fall Gatherings of the Presbyterian Women of Kiskiminetas Presbytery will be held Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the Punxsutawney Presbyterian Church with registration to begin at 9:30 a.m. The theme is "God's Vision, Our Calling." The Bible study "The Role of Women in the Early Church," will be presented by lisa Lyon. Workshops will be held in the afternoon. Those attending should bring a sack lunch. Hymn sings NORTHERN CAMBRIA — The Cambria County Hymn Sing will be held Sunday at the Community Alliance Church in Northern Cambria at 2 p.m. The public is invited to attend and participate. SAGAMORE— Missionary Hymn Sing will be held Sunday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m. at the Holiness Gospel Center, Sagamore. The public is invited to attend. Revival continues The Rev. Prewitt Duncan will be (he featured speaker at revival (Services at Christ Bible Fellowship, located along old Route 119 in White Township, tonight at 7 p.m. and on Sunday at 10:45 a.m. '. Wes Errett will provide music Saturday and the church choir . will be featured Sunday morning. Christian writers to hold retreat The Indiana Christian Writers Fellowship will hold a one-day retreat at New Horizons Retreat Center, near Clymer, on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. . The event will include goal-setting'arid'journalizing. The group "' exists to encourage those interested in writing for publication; •^'newcomers are welcome to attend the retreat. lr For more information, call Jan Woodard at (724) 465-5886. ';AWANA Club forming HOMER CITY:—The Christian & Missionary Alliance Church of Homer City is starting an AWANA Club for boys and girls ages 3 (by Sept. 1), through grade six. AWANA is designed to have competitive games, memorization and practical Bible lessons. The cost of the program is $30 for the year, which includes $25 for registration to cover the cost of a uniform and books, and $5 for class activities. A multi-child family discount will be offered. The club will meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays begin' ning Oct. 1, and running through May 26,2004. For more information or to register, call (724) 479-2918. hi concert NEW FLORENCE — The Fishers, a gospel-singing team from Milesburg, will be in concert at the Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Center, at the top of Mulligan Hill near New Florence at 7 p.m. tonight. The program is open to the public. Announcements Continued from page 22 ing, 5-7 p.m. Bible study, 7 p.m. > Mount Zion, Girty — Worship, 8:45. Sunday school, 10. Shelocta Community Presbyterian Church, Worship, 11. Adult Sunday school, 9:30. Spring Church Evangelical Lutheran Church, Apollo. Service, 10:30. West Lebanon Church of God, Service, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Whitesburg United Methodist Church, Worship, 9. Sermon: "Just As We Are." Sunday school, 10:15. Glen Campbell First Baptist Church of Glen Campbell, Service, 10. Sunday school, 9. Junior Church, 10:20. Gipsy Christian Church, Service, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Bible study, 7 p.m. There's Victory Through Jesus Ministries, Mahaffey. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Homer City Bethel Presbyterian Church, 1 mile east of Route 286 near Aultman. Service, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Holy Protection of the Mother of God Byzantine Catholic Church, Homer City. Divine Liturgy, 10. Homer City Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Service, 10. Homer City Church of the Nazarene, Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:45. Evening, 6. Homer City United Methodist Church. Services, 8:15 and 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. . Homer City United Presbyterian Church, Service, 11. Sermon: "Shall We Be Givers or Receivers?" based on James 3:134:3, 7-8a and Mark 9:30-37. Sunday school, 9:45. Hope Lutheran Church, Homer City. Service, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Jacksonville Presbyterian Church, Kent. Worship, 9:30. Luther Chapel Lutheran Church, 168 Power Plant Road, Coral. Worship, 11. Visiting worship leader: Gary Ferrence. Communion. Sunday school, 9:45. St. Francis Roman Catholic Church, Graceton. Mass, 9. St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, Lucernemines. Mass, 7 and 11. SS. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church, Homer City. Divine Liturgy, 10. Victory Baptist Church, Homer City. Service, 11. Evening service, 6:30. Indiana Beulah Baptist Church, Indiana. Service, 11. Bryan Hill Fellowship, Indiana. Service, 10:30. Calvary Evangelical Free Church, Indiana. Service, 11. Sunday school, 9:30. • Calvary Presbyterian Church, Indiana. Service, 11. Adult classes, 9:45. Christ Bible Fellowship, Indiana. Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:45. Christ Episcopal Church, Indiana. Service, 8 and 10:30. Christian education, 9:15. Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Warren and Ben Franklin roads, Indiana. Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. Evening, 7. Christ Our Savior Orthodox Church, 3 miles west of Clymer off Route 286. Divine Liturgy, 10. Sunday school, 9. Church of Christ, old Route 119 north of Indiana. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Cornerstone Worship Center, Indiana. Services: traditional, 8:30; contemporary, 10. Sermon: "A Christian's Number One Priority." Sunday school, 9. Evening, 6:30. Sermon: "The Practical Ways of Putting Your Priorities in Order." Crete Presbyterian Church, old Route 56 off Route 286, southwest of Indiana. Worship, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Curry Run Church, Route 422 west of Indiana. Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. Faith Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 2 miles north of Indiana on old Route 119 near the intersection of Route 110. Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. Evening, 6:30. Faith Temple Church of God in Christ, Indiana. Service, 11. Ferguson Bible Church, Indiana. Services, 10:50 and 6 p.m. Sunday school, 10. First Assembly of God, Indiana. Service, 10. Sunday school, 9. First Baptist Church, Indiana. Worship service, 10:30. First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Indiana. Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. First Church of God, Indiana. Service, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:45. First Unitarian Universalist Church, Twolick Drive, Indiana. Service, 10:30. Full Gospel Assembly of God, Twolick Drive, Indiana. Worship and prayer service for the sick, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:45. Evening, 7. Fundamental Baptist Church, Indiana. Service, 10:45. Sermon series: "Rebuilding through Obedience." Sermon: "Dealing with Tobacco in a Cocaine World (Part 1 of 7)." Sunday school, 9:45. Evening, 6:30 Grace United Methodist Church, Indiana. Services 8, 9:30 (contemporary format) and 11. Sermon: "Achieving through Believing: How to Reach Your Dreams" (Part 3 of 7). Sunday school, 9:30 and 11. Graystone Presbyterian Church, Indiana. Services: contemporary, 8:30; traditional, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Grove Chapel Lutheran Church, Worship, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Harvest Church, the former Omni convention center off Route 119 south of Indiana. Services, .10:30 a.m..and 6 p.rn, House ofYahweh, Indiana. Services, 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school, 9:30. Indiana Church of the Brethren, Service, 10:40. Sunday school, 9:30. Indiana Church of Christ, East Pike. Service, 10:30. Sermon: "One of Wisdom's Children," based on Luke 7:36-50. Evening, 6. Sermon: "Different for the Common Good," based on Romans 12:3-8. Indiana Wesleyan Methodist Church, corner of 12th and Church streets, Indiana. Services, 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Vesper service, 7 p.m. New Independent Baptist Church meets in Conference Room A at Best Western University Inn, White Township. Services, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Quakers (Religious Society of Friends), St. Andrew's Village, White Township. Service, 10:30. Meeting will be held in the Village House classroom on the first floor. St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church, Indiana. Masses, 7,9,11. St. Thomas More University Parish, Indiana. Mass, 9:30. Evening, 7. The Salvation Army, Indiana. Coffee fellowship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10. Morning worship, 11. Adult and teen Bible study, 6 p.m. Trinity United Methodist Church, Indiana. Worship service, 8:30 and 11. Sermon: "The Greatest and Powerful Final Answer for Friends and Couples," based on James 3:13 — 4:3, 7-8, Mark 9:33-37. Zion Lutheran Church, Indiana. Services'with Eucharist, 8 and 10:45. SCS and JAM, 9:30. Marion Center Ambrose Baptist Church, Worship service, 9:30. Sermon: "But Does God Want That Mountain Moved," based on Mark 11:20-24. Bethany Chapel, Marion Center, Service, 10. Sunday school, 9. Evening, 6. First United Methodist Church, Marion Center. Service, 9:30. Sermon: "The Three Secrets of Joy." Sunday school, 10:45. Gilgal Presbyterian Church, north of Marion Center. Service, 11. Sunday school, 10. Preacher: Elder Joyce Fails. New Life Lutheran Church, rural Marion Center. Service, 9. Presbyterian Church of Marion Center, Service, 10:30. Sermon series: "The Apostles' Creed." Sermon: "Search and Rescue: I Believe in Jesus Christ His Only Son, Our Lord," based on Psalm 96 and John 20:24-31. Prayer group meets at 10 in sanctuary. Also, David and Mary Lou Boyer, missionaries to Ethiopia, will make a presentation at 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Washington Presbyterian Church, Home. Service, 9:45. Sunday school, 8:45. Preacher: Elder Fran Trusal. Plumville New Life Gospel Fellowship, Plumville fire hall. Worship, 11. Sunday school, 10. Old Mahoning Baptist Church, , Home. Worship, 10:45. Fall Mission Conference begins. Speaker: The Rev. Gene Horst from Alaska. At 9:30, Lloyd Wapp, missionary to Philippines, will speak. Evening, 7. Open forum with missionaries. Plumville Presbyterian Church, Service, 10. Sunday schqol,.9., Presbyterian Church of Atwood, Service, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:40. Purchase Line East Mahoning Baptist Church, Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:45. Hillsdale Assembly of God, 18361 Route 286 East. Worship, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Hillsdale Wesleyan Methodist Church, off Route 286. Worship, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:45. Youth service, 6:30 p.m. Evening, 7. Montgomery Church of the Brethren, Purchase Line Road, Commodore. Worship, 10:45. Sermon: "Live Your Own Life," based on Matthew 18:21-35 and Romans 14:1-12. Sunday school, 9:30. Pine Flats Christian Church, Service, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. Pine Flats Church of God. Worship, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Evening, 6. Purchase Line Church of the Brethren, Service, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Purchase Line United Methodist Church, Service, 10:45. Sermon: "United in Mind," based on 2 Corinthians 13:11 and 1 Corinthians 1:10-17. Sunday school, 9:30. Evening, 7. Sermon: "The World — A Learning Lab," based on John 5:1-15. Rossiter-Rochester Mills Calvary Bible Church, Glen Campbell RD 1 between Deckers Point and Rochester Mills. Service, 10. Rochester Mills Presbyterian Church, Service, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:45. Preacher: The Rev. Timothy Monroe. Rossiter Presbyterian Church, Worship, 11:15. Preacher: The Rev. Timothy Monroe. Rural Valley Belknap United Church of Christ, Dayton RD 2. Worship, 9:30. Youth, 6p.m. Community Bible Church of Sagamore, Service, 11. Sunday school, 9:30. Dayton Church of God, Service, 10. Sermon: "A Process," based on Ephesians 4:13-15. Adult Sunday school and "Adventure Club" for children preschool through grade five, 9. Dayton Glade Run Presbyterian Church, 1 mile south of Dayton along Dayton-Smicksburg Road. Worship, 11. Sermon: "Fear or Faith," based on Deuteronomy 1:19-21. Holiness Gospel Center, Sagamore. Service, 11. Sunday school, 10. New Hope Assembly of God, Dayton. Worship, 10:30. Sunday school, 9:30. Evening, 7. Rural Valley United Methodist Church, Worship, 11. Sermon: "Just As We Are." Sunday school, 10. Salem Lutheran Church, 219 Clarion Street, Smicksburg. Worship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:45. Smicksburg United Methodist Church, Worship, 9, followed by Sunday school. Saltsburg Circle of Faith Church, Route 56, Avonmore. Service, 10:30. Ebenezer Presbyterian Church, Lewisville. Worship, 11:15. Sunday school, 10. Safe Harbor Church, Vi mile off Route 819 in the village of Truxall. Worship and children's church, 10:30.-Evening, 6:30. Saltsburg Baptist Church, Service, 11. Sunday school, 9:30. Bible study, 7 p.m. Saltsburg Nazarene Church, Service, 11. Saltsburg Presbyterian Church, Worship, 10:50. Sunday school, 9:30. Saltsburg United Methodist Church, Worship, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Trinity Presbyterian Church, 18 Clarksburg Road, Clarksburg. Worship, 11. Sunday school, 9:45. Tunnelton Presbyterian Church, Worship, 11:15. Sunday school, 10:15. Seward Fountain of Life Fellowship, Seward Community Center. Worship, 10. Sunday school, 9 Robinson Church of the Brethren, Worship, 10:45. Sunday school, 9:30. Christian Coalition offers online shopping to raise money By SHARON THEIMER Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON — Looking for new ways to raise money in a tough economy, the Christian Coalition is delving deeply into e-commerce and urging its members to shop. President Roberta Combs said she hopes to see some of the same success Democratic presidential contender Howard Dean has had raising money over the Internet. Dean has collected more than $5 million from online donors this year. The 2 million-member Christian Coalition has signed up for a program called SharingCertifi- cates.com. It sells gift certificates redeemable at a range of stores and other businesses and gives a share of the proceeds to the sponsoring group. "We realize there are many of you who would like to help, but do not have the resources to send a gift monthly," Combs wrole in an e-mail urging people to sign up. "We all shop, go to restaurants, stay at hotels, etc. The SharingCertificates program was developed to enable us to support God's work at no cost to you." The effort is not the group's first foray into business. Last year, it sent a solicitation urging members to sign up for telephone service with an antiabortion phone company, Pro Life Communications, thatsends profits to the coalition and other groups. Combs said she has no qualms about mixing religion and commerce. The SharingCertificates program is "no different from religious people going to the mall shopping," she said. "I think people are starting to be more creative in their fundraising through affinity programs, through the Internet, through different programs that people are offering them," Combs said in a telephone interview. She said she has seen a decline in fund raising as the economy struggles but could not quantify it. The coalition is among several interest groups pursuing e-com- merce to raise money. The Sierra Club sells several products on its Web site, including Sierra Club Coffee, described as "artisan blended and certified organic, fair-trade coffees from Latin America and the South Pacific." This year, it began offering Sierra Club Mutual Funds "for people interested in uniting their financial goals with environmen-' tal progress." The funds' investment adviser, San Francisco- based Forward Management, pays the Sierra Club, a fee for helping to identify socially and environmentally responsible in- vestments. The AARP, with nonprofit and for-profit arms, has one of the most sophisticated online efforts, offering member services and discounts on air travel, cars, cruises, financial and legal services, hotels, insurance and Internet access. Ken Gross, an attorney specializing in tax-exempt groups, said a nonprofit must be careful when looking to business to raise money to avoid putting at risk its tax-exempt status. If it's active in federal elections, it also might run afoul of a ban on the use of corporate money for partisan political activity, he said. "Most of these organizations have different buckets. They have charitable buckets and advocacy buckets and political buckets" for the money they raise, Gross said. "They often allocate funds in a way that makes it permissible." The Chrislian Coalition is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt social welfare organization. It uses its money for a variety of activities, including widely distributed election-year voter guides describing how members of Congress voted on issues the group has taken positions on. I •j ' j THOMAS M. 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