Albada – The Christian Church in Alberta is called for Sunday worship from 9:50 a.m. to 10:50 a.m.
We worship together to meet the needs of the church family, our community, and our country.
Reverend Travis Trimble delivers the morning message. Communion is celebrated. Prayer requests and praise, music and communion time are preserved.
Fall activities are planned.
The general public is invited to join us for worship, fellowship and participation.
For more information, please contact (724) 549-4358.
Christ Episcopal Church, 902 Philadelphia Street, will receive Communion on Sundays at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
The Presbyterian Church of Crete, located at 25 Brady Road, Indiana, will meet Sunday at 11:00 a.m. for worship with Katie Ward Steer.
The Bible is Psalm 34: 1-14 and Proverbs 9: 1-6,10, and the sermon is titled “Table of Wisdom”.
Lily Carone and Flora Isenberg will play special music.
You can also listen to FM88.3. Everyone is welcome.
The Sunday school will meet at 9.45 a.m. Youth groups meet at noon.
The Clara Henderson Mission Group sells homemade pepper stuffing and creamed potato soup. The income goes to the mission. Order before October 10 and receive the soup on October 17.
HOMER CITY – The Homer City United Presbyterian Church, located at 40 E. Elm Street, will celebrate Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
We invite you to join us in praising the Lord for all he has done for us.
India – Grace United Methodist Church, 50 S. 7th St., worships Sundays at 9 and 11 a.m.
Reverend Bill Blair continues his sermon series, The Tremendous Trio. His message this week is “Moses, Aaron, Miriam,” with the verse from Exodus 2: 1-10.
The Choir of the Choir offers the music “One World”. “A communion”, a traditional worship at 9 am. The list of 11:00 am contemporary service worship sets are “Overcome”, “Build My Life”, “Great Your Lord” and “Blessing.”
A children’s church is available during worship and the nursery is open in the morning.
It is advisable to attend an adult Sunday school class that meets between worship services at 10:10 a.m.
Live Wire Classes meet in Room 102, Travel Classes in Room 208, and students and young professionals meet in Room 207. Bible Study Classes meet in Room 205.
Kent – The Jacksonville United Presbyterian Church has regular Sunday services at 9:30 a.m. On this occasion, we celebrate the sacrament of communion and offer the new lighting of the porch given by the children of Oliver and Susan Kunkelmann.
Donna Kanyan leads the worship service. His message is titled “Calm the Storm of Our Lives”. Reverend Dick Cassel will perform Communion.
Marion Center – The Marion Center Presbyterian Church, 206 High St., will celebrate Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
The Bible is Mark 10: 13-16, “What Can We Learn From Children? Reverend Donald Wilson preaches.
Marion Center – The first United Methodist Church at the Marion Center will celebrate Sunday at 9:30 a.m. World Communion Sunday.
Reverend Erica delivers a message titled “Open the Table”.
The Bible is Luke 14: 16-24.
Sherokta – The Sherokta Community Presbyterian Church, 182 S. Ridge Road welcomes all who attend the Sunday service of the world community at 10 a.m. on Sunday.
Reverend Kathy Nice delivers a sermon: “Let’s let go of jealousy and jealousy.
Worship in the church is done directly and also at Zoom. If you would like to zoom in, please contact the church office (724) 354-2352 for more information.
Members of the Calvary Bible Church invite the community to their Sunday service.
Worship is at 11:00 a.m. Reverend John Traxler conveys the message “Prayer for the Inside”.
Sunday School takes place at 10 a.m. and focuses on Revelation Chapters 21 and 22. At 6:00 pm there will be a prayer and Bible study meeting with the message “Blind Face”.
For more information, please contact (814) 743-5448. The church is located at 2712 Pinevale Road between East Run and Rochester Mills.
Friends and neighbors of the Bible Baptist Church will be invited to attend and share a series of messages from Reverend Jim McCallley.
The subject of each Sunday in October is work with the Holy Spirit. Each message aims to share what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit of God. It seems that the work of the Holy Spirit is always confusing. The Bible says a lot about the Holy Spirit in relation to individual Christians.
Topics covered this month include the Holy Spirit, dwellings, baptisms, and the filling of the Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments.
Sunday’s message is “God of the Holy Spirit”.
The service begins at 11:00 a.m. and is registered for viewing on Facebook via James McCaulley.
The church is located at 6280 Route 286 east of Raintown Ship. For more information, please contact (724) 349-3557.
Connect location of church moves
BLAIRSVILLE – The Connect Church of the Co-operative Parish of Greater Blairsville has moved to the first United Methodist Church in Blairsville at 50 Walnut Street.
Worship takes place in the Hermann room in the basement of the church. Please use the parking entrance at the rear of the church building. Worship begins on Sunday at 5:30 p.m.
Anyone can join the new location.
Connect Church Recovery has moved to Blair’s Building First United Methodist Church at 50 Walnut Street. The recovery group will meet from Thursday at the Hermann room in the basement of the church. Please use the parking entrance at the rear of the church building. The CCR meets every Thursday at 6.30 p.m.
Sagamore – Lordsmen, a Southern Gospel band in Elkview, West Virginia, will perform at Community Bible Church at 7 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday.
Blairsville – 125N to commemorate the feast of St. Francis in Assisi. Reverend John Smarigo of the Hebron Lutheran Church on Liberty Street will hold a special blessing for the animals on Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Everyone, creatures and creatures, is invited to a special Thanksgiving celebration for our pets and animals. Cats, dogs, snakes, birds, hamsters, guinea pigs, horses, everyone is welcome.
This special blessing takes place in the church parking lot. All pets should be stored in appropriate restraints or carriers. Please bring everything you need to clean your pet.
In the words of Saint Francis, “the sky, the earth and the sea are the dwellings of the animals created by God”. They all play a role in human life.
This day of gratitude and blessing is for people, their pets, their animal photos, their animal loving friends and neighbors. Please join us.
Blairsville – Hopewell United Methodist Church, 150 Hopewell Church Road, holds its second annual Fall Harvest Festival on Saturdays and Sundays.
On Saturday, the Tennessee Waymasters Gospel Group will perform from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Then, a hymn will be sung from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The song is conducted by Anthony Frazer, Simple Pleasures and other talented artists from the region. Hot dogs and roasted s’mores are provided free of charge. Mike’s Kettle Corn is on site and auctioneers hold pie and cake auctions.
From 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, family activities include inflatable obstacle courses, rock faces, inflatable houses, fun games for kids, cornhole tournaments, hay, painting demonstrations, tattoos Airbrushing and more. There is an auto-station with an autumn theme. Following. Inside, Hopewell hosts traditional bingo from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and hit mix bingo from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. There are also several food vendors such as Pastry Sales, Mike’s Kettle Corn, Funnel Cake Men, and Kona Ice.
This fun event is for all ages. Join us in celebrating the arrival of fall.
Fundraising activities for soups and baked goods
The Soup and Pastry Fundraiser will be held Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the First Church of God at 541 Lutz School Road, Indiana.
Take-out or outdoor seating (depending on the weather) is available.
The meal consists of 12 ounces of soup, crackers, desserts and drinks.
Soups (potatoes, hot sausage, chili, chicken noodles) are also available in pints. A variety of baked goods are available including fudge, cookies, pumpkin rolls, and gob rolls.
The dish of the day is a hot dog with or without sauerkraut.
Donations will be made. The profits are used to pave the parking lot.
Please call ahead to place an order at (724) 463-0941 or (814) 421-2205.
Delhi – The First United Methodist Church of Delhi is hosting a monthly ladies lunch at noon on Tuesday October 12th.
It’s a free lunch. We can’t wait to see you there.
Food distribution while driving
On the third Saturday of each month, the Zion Lutheran Church’s community pantry operates behind the wheel. Food will only be distributed to residents of Indiana County. Participants remain in the vehicle throughout the process.
This month, food will be distributed from 10 a.m. to noon on October 16. Participants will be at 100 S. Sixth St in Indiana as usual. Go through the parking lot behind the church. Be careful not to block the roadway or the parking lot exit.
No registration or income document is required to receive the food bag through the vehicle window.
The name is not registered, but the number of families is counted. Up to two families can receive meals in the same vehicle, but one member of each family must be present. The mask should be worn for everyone’s safety.
BLAIRSVILLE – Online Sunday School classes for kids continue through the fall at the Lutheran Church in Hebron.
Each Sunday morning, Reverend John Smarigo will post a lesson on the church’s Facebook page. This article can be viewed at any time of the week. Join us in this short study time. Spread the word with your family and friends.
Sunday school for adults will take place at 9:30 a.m.
Smarigo will lead the Bible studies on Wednesday at 11:30 am. Each participant is invited to bring lunch in a brown bag while we study and talk about the Bible.
A mask is mandatory regardless of the vaccination status.
An annual craft fair is planned
Penlan – The Penlan Christian Outreach Center, a ministry of other Penlanchi, is holding its annual Holiday Craft Show on Saturday, November 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The center is located at 75 Grace Church Road. From route 553 behind the church.
Organizers are looking for home parties and artisans for the event. From 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., over 50 themed baskets will be auctioned silently and a pie auction will take place at noon.
The church almost sells the famous homemade soup and homemade beef and chicken noodles with vegetables in bowls, pints and pints. Breakfast and lunch items are sold the same way as bake sale items.