Church Events
Thursday, July 5th, 2001
Hallelujah Opry set for July 7
Trinity United Methodist Church of Laurel will host the Kings Ambassadors, who will perform Hallelujah Opry, Saturday, July 7, 7 p.m. The church is located near Trap Pond east of Laurel. For more information call Sandy LeCates at 856-1506.

Radio station expands
WOLC-FM has signed a limited marketing agreement to simulcast its signal on WFBR-FM in Cambridge. The stations are now known collectively as Joy!! 102.5 and 94.3. The Princess Anne-based radio station is celebrating its 25th anniversary and was recently named the National Religious Broadcasters Radio Station of the Year. "Our desire is reach as many people as possible on the Eastern Shore with the message of the Gospel," said general manager Jim East. The programming on WOLC/WFBR is described as a blend of music and talk. The music tends to be a light contemporary mix of music including popular praise and worship music. The talk is a mix of teaching programs and live, call-in talk programs. In addition to its commitment to programming, East says the organization is committed to community outreach. "Our partnerships with local churches and businesses have helped us to provide food and clothing to thousands of people," he said. "We hope that churches and businesses in the Easton, Denton and Kent Island areas will want to do the same." WOLC is heard at 102.5 FM. WFBR is heard on 94.3 FM. Additional information on WOLC is available at

Traditional Mass planned
A Latin mass according to the Missal of 1962 is celebrated on the third Sunday of every month at 3 p.m. at Holy Cross Church in Dover. The mass is always a Missa Cantata using traditional Gregorian chant. For further information, call 302-674-5905 or 302-629-8863.

Donations sought for auction
The third annual charity auction sponsored by Take My Hand Ministry Inc. of Greenwood will be Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Greenwood Volunteer Fire Company on US 13. Bidders may preview items and negotiate a price with workers 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 sales. 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 Take My Hand Ministry Inc. obtain many necessary items (food, fuel, medicine, etc.) that their limited incomes cannot cover. Call Dr. Michaele Russell, executive director, at 349-4220 for details.

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