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March 15, 2013

Religion Briefs

Ada —  

Local ministry feeds the hungry in Ada

ADA — Bread of Life Ministry, hosted by Ada First Baptist Church, feeds the hungry in the Ada community from 5:3-6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the church dining room, 521 S. Broadway Ave. 

This meal is offered to those in need in the community. Anyone who needs a hot meal is welcome.

 

Ladies breakfast set at Ada church

ADA — College Heights Baptist Church invites all women interested in good food and   Christian fellowship to join them Saturday, March 16, for their monthly ladies breakfast at 10 a.m.

College Heights is located at 927 E. Seventh St. in Ada. For more information, phone Pat at 580-421-6556. 

 

Stonewall church hosts yard sale

STONEWALL — Stonewall Free Will Baptist Church conducts an indoor yard sale and clothing giveaway from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m Saturday.

The church is located at 301 N. Highschool. The event will be held at the fellowship hall located behind the main building. 

 

Roff church honors Special Persons

ROFF — Pentecostal Holiness Church of Roff celebrates Special Persons of the Month in a 1 p.m. service Sunday, March 17.

The Special Persons of the Month are Vera Morrison and daughter Phyllis Morrison. Each has given her life and heart to Jesus and is serving Him in and through the local church.

Family and friends of Vera and Phyllis are invited to attend the event. The celebration includes a special sermon from their favorite Scripture passages, a Special Persons of the Month prayer, a small gift and fellowship meal.

For more information, contact Fred Huffman at 580-310-4011 or fhuffman@wilnet1.com.

 

Ada Baptist Temple plans busy week

ADA — Ada Baptist Temple has a busy week  planned, beginning Sunday, March 17, with Workers Appreciation Day. The church will recognize its faithful workers from the bus ministry; Sunday school and children’s church ministry; nursery ministry; teen, Spanish and senior adult ministry; ladies ministry; and the church staff.

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