This week Church Notes
Mt. Haven Missionary Baptist will be celebrating their 107th anniversary with the musical extravaganza, “A Tribute to Gospel Music through the Ages” on Friday, (10/5/2012) from 7 to 9 p.m.; Christian Choice Awards including an opening performance of “The Band” and Christian Comedy on Saturday, (10/6/2012) from 6 to 8:30 p.m., and worship service with great preaching by Pastor Michael D. Small and his full mass choir on Sunday, (10/7/2012) at 10 a.m. The theme of the anniversary celebration is “Molded For The Future: Yesterday, Today, and Forevermore.” Mt.HavenMissionaryBaptistChurch is located at3484 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. For more information call (216) 441-2770.
Beth-El African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church will open its doors to the community during a weekend of events culminating (10/5/2012) thru (10/7/2012) at1428 East 110th Street,Cleveland,Ohio, Rev. Curtis T. Walker, pastor. The theme for the weekend is “School Bullying: What can the church do?” The kick off program “Bible Academic Challenge” for the entire family will be held on Friday evening, (10/5/2012) from 7 to 10 p.m.; The “Block Festival” with indoors and outdoors activities, a guest speaker talking about the “cause and effects” of school bullying, praise dancing, health and safety navigational information, food, and prizes will be held on Saturday, (10/6/12) from noon to 5 p.m.; and a Sunrise Continental Breakfast followed by a five member panel discussion on the theme will be Sunday morning (10/7/2012). The public is invited. For more information, call (440) 232-2608 or (216) 577-1960.
Fresh Wind Ministry will have their regular service with Pastor Brad A. Pratt bringing forth the word of God. The service starts at 4 p.m. The congregation will be in their new location at7035 Lexington Avenue. For more information call (216) 659-3675.
Euclid Avenue Congregational Church UCC, under the leadership of Pastor Rev. Courtney Clayton Jenkins, is holding their regular Sunday worship services atFirstUnitedMethodistChurch,3000 Euclid Avenue andEast 30th Street. Service starts at 10 a.m.
Balm in Gilead Missionary Baptist Church is celebrating their 16th anniversary, Friday (10/12/2012) at 7 p.m. with a banquet at Redeemer on the Avenue, 15901 St. Clair, with Minister Eugene Griggs as the guest speaker. For more information call (216) 297-5444. On Sunday (10/14/2012) at 11 a.m., the church will conclude the anniversary with Minister Samuel Williams. The church is located at10820 Frank Ave.
Advent Evangelical Lutheran Church, located at 15309 Harvard Avenue, will have a Unity Day, celebrating 50 years of unity. As they continue to celebrate their 50th anniversary, they will be having a Family Unity Day Service on Sunday (10/14/2012) at 10:30 a.m. The theme is “Celebrating 50 Years of Unity.” Pastor Leonard and Mrs. Trudi Killings are the featured speakers for worship. Also participating in the service will be Soloist Cathy Chancellor, Liturgical Dancer Constance Chancellor, and Piano Accompanist Thelma Williams. For more information call (216) 921-3399.
The Rev. Leon Lawrence Memorial Choir in the consultation of love, fellowship of the spirit, and all compassion and sympathy, presents a “We Love You” Benefit Concert in celebration, encouragement, and love for our beloved Bishop Stephen Malcolm Gulley Saturday (10/27/2012) at 6 p.m. at Kingdom Revival Center (Pastor Ernest Abernathy), located at 10216 St. Clair Avenue. This event will be hosted by The Leon Lawrence Memorial Choir.
Installation celebration for Rev. Dr. Michael A. Noble, Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church located at 383 Washington Street in Newark, Ohio, 43055 on (10/14/2012) starting with the 10:35 a.m service featuring Rev. J.B. Felker fromChicago,Illinois. The installation ceremony will start at 3:30 p.m. and Rev. Keith Troy from the New Salem Baptist Church of Columbus, Ohio will be the speaker. For more information call (740) 349-9133.
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