Church Bulletin – March 17, 2018

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New River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

Service Sunday, Mar. 18, will start at 11 a.m. Visitors are welcome to attend. For further information call 304- 252-4016.

Shuck Memorial Baptist Church

invites the community for a FREE Interactive Easter Event for the whole family on Saturday, Mar. 24! Come as an individual or with your family and friends anytime between 3 and 5 p.m. to “Walk With Jesus.” You will travel to Jerusalem for Palm Sunday, sit down for the Last Supper, pray in the Garden, discover the sacrifice of Good Friday and celebrate that Jesus is alive at the empty tomb that first Easter morning! Nursery Provided for age 4 and under. Refreshments served for all. Call our church office at 304-645-6130 or email us at shuckmemorialbaptistchurch@gmail.com with questions. We are located in downtown Lewisburg on Washington Street across from Food & Friends Restaurant

Stations of the Cross Services set for Lenten Season in area Catholic churches

The special service commemorating Christ’s punishment on Good Friday known as “The Stations of the Cross” will be observed  in area Catholic  churches weekly during the Lenten season. On Thursdays, the service will be held following the daily Mass at 6 p.m. at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Ronceverte, and on Fridays, the Stations of the Cross will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in White Sulphur Springs at 11:30 a.m. For additional information concerning the Stations of the Cross or other Lenten activities in the Catholic Church of the Greenbrier Valley, call 304-536-1813.

Alleghany Highlands Council 8689 hosts annual Lenten Fish Dinners

The Lenten Fish dinners hosted by the Alleghany Highlands Council 8689 Knights of Columbus are being served in the Parker Community Center at the back of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church in downtown White Sulphur Springs each Friday during the Lenten Season from 4:30-7 p.m. – now through Mar. 23. The menu consists of fried or baked tilapia, scalloped potatoes, cole slaw, a variety of desserts, hard rolls, coffee, iced tea, or sodas, and is prepared by perhaps the most respected volunteer kitchen staff for any fish dinner in southern West Virginia. The staff is headed by Chef Sue Moats of Pocahontas County and Chef Paul Cicora, both currently on the culinary staff at The Greenbrier, along with Chef Carol Herrick of Lewisburg and retired Chef Debra Fabrey of White Sulphur Springs. Volunteers and supporters of Members of the Knights of Columbus and its auxiliary also complete the kitchen staff makeup. Proceeds from the dinners on Feb. 16, 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16, and 23 will help support youth community church council projects in Pocahontas, Greenbrier, Monroe, and eastern Fayette counties in West Virginia, as well as Alleghany and Bath  counties in Virginia. For additional information call the office of the Catholic Churches of the Greenbrier Valley at 304-536-1813 or the Knights of Columbus at 304-645-1373.

Rhema Christian Center

will host a six-week series called “Go Fish” by Andy Stanley, beginning Apr. 4.  Join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday nights at 7 p.m. Fishing stories. We’ve all heard them. “It was this big.” “You should have seen the one that got away.” People love to tell stories of their fishing adventures. When it comes to faith, however, most people clam up. Why is it we can’t talk about what God has done in our lives as naturally as we can spin fishing tales? Join us for this six-week Andy Stanley series and explore the motivation behind sharing your faith and how it can become a natural part of your life. For more information visit therhemalife.com.