Church Events
Thursday, Juen 21th, 2001
 
Mt. Calvary to host concert
Mt. Calvary United Methodist Church, Bridgeville, will present a concert featuring the choir of New St. John United Methodist Church of Wittman, Md., Saturday, June 23, 7 p.m. New St. John Church is over 130 years old. Monte C. Henry is minister of music. The choir consists of 11 men and 12 women. Mt. Calvary is located at 28 Church St., Bridgeville.

Catholic awards for Scouts
The Catholic Church has a program of awards which may be earned by members of the various age levels of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. A group will begin soon to learn about the "Ad Altare Dei" award for Boy Scouts. For information about any of the awards, call 629-8863 or e-mail STOOPSWG@JUNO.COM

New Zion plans concert
The Determined of Salisbury, Md., will be in concert Sunday, June 24, at 4 p.m., at New Zion United Methodist Church, Laurel. The performance is being sponsored by the senior choir.

The Scotts to sing June 24
Jeff and Jeanine Scott, Bridgeville will perform at the 11:30 a.m. service at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Sunday, June 24. Jeff Scott, a Bridgeville native, who holds a bachelor's degree in piano performance from Wake Forest University, teaches piano privately on a full-time basis. His wife holds a degree in music therapy from SUNY College at Fredonia. Both are involved in ministries in their church and perform music for churches, weddings and other events.

Drama Coming to First Baptist
The Lifeline Players of Cedarville University, Ohio, will be featured in a dramatic presentation at the First Baptist Church of Seaford, 543 N. Bradford St., Tuesday, June 26, at 7 p.m. Comprised of six young people, the Lifeline Players drama team has performed in churches, schools, and camps throughout the United States. Call the church for more information, 629-7161.

Donations sought for auction
he third annual charity auction sponsored by Take My Hand Ministry Inc., Greenwood, will be Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company on US 13. Early bidders may preview items and negotiate a price with the ministry from 8 to 10 a.m. Upon agreement, purchases can be removed from the fire hall. At 10 a.m. auctioneer Tommy Tucker of Greenwood will sell all remaining items. All sales are final and items must be removed from the fire hall at the time of sale. Refreshments will be available. Donated items (excluding clothing and appliances), baked goods and cash contributions are tax deductible. All proceeds will help poverty level clients of the ministry obtain necessary items (food, fuel, medicine, etc.) that their limited incomes cannot cover. Call Dr. Michaele Russell, executive director (302-349-4220) for more information.


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