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Churches Plan Patriotic Service June 21, 2017

The Forge Hill Charge, which consists of Saginaw Community Church and Starview United Methodist Church, will hold a patriotic church service on Sunday, July 2, at 10 a.m. The event will take place at Saginaw Community Church, 860 Market St., Mount Wolf.

The event will include patriotic songs and readings. For more information, call the church at 717-384-8148.

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Church Posts Schedule June 21, 2017

Centennial Lutheran Church, 1330 Hares Hill Road, Kimberton, has posted it activities.

On Sunday, July 2, there will be a worship service at 9:30 a.m. The service will include a message by the Rev. Josephine Wright, pastor at St. Stephen's Lutheran Church in Feasterville, and the celebration of Holy Communion.

Crafters are invited to reserve tables for Centennial's 25th annual Christmas Crafts Festival, which will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11. Registration forms are available by contacting the church office.

Information about the church is available at www.centenniallutheran.org or by emailing info@centenniallutheran.org.

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Cowboy Church Plans Service June 20, 2017

Silver Spurs Cowboy Church - The Hopewell Project will be held on Sunday, July 2, at 5500 Newpark Road, White Hall, Md.

Attendees may bring their fishing gear to the pond at approximately 5 p.m. No fishing license is needed. There will be a potluck picnic dinner featuring the fish that are caught at the pond. Chicken will be provided. Attendees are asked to bring a dish to share.

The worship service will follow at 6:30 p.m. and will be led by Brad Rineholt, an ordained Cowboys for Christ chaplain.

The service will include hymns and Scripture. Followings the service, there will be a bonfire and fireworks. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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York Aglow Set To Meet June 14, 2017

York Aglow will meet on Saturday, June 24, at First Assembly of God Church, 2270 Susquehanna Trail, York, from 9 a.m. to noon. The guest speaker will be Ricky Leonard, who was ordained with Christ for the Nations Bible College and who has a testimony of how God saved him.

The public is invited to attend. For more details, readers may call Cheryl Johnston 717-968-4453, Sharon Hiner at 970-759-3242, or Patty Bentley at 717-343-3429.

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Society Holds Celebratory Event June 14, 2017

Midway through its monthlong celebration of Ramadan, the Islamic Society of Chester County invited members of the Religious Council of Greater West Chester, neighbors and friends to share in the breaking of the fast with American Muslim families. Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar calendar, during which Muslims fast from dawn to sunset for 30 days.

More than 100 people joined in the celebration, which included snacks served at sunset, followed by prayers, dinner and socializing. Fasting is a tradition in many religious faiths and is meant to increase spirituality, discipline, thankfulness and consciousness of God's mercy. Ramadan is also a time of giving and reaching out to those less fortunate.

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Church Posts Activities June 14, 2017

Centennial Lutheran Church, 1330 Hares Hill Road, Kimberton, has posted it activities.

On Sunday, June 25, there will be a worship service at 9:30 a.m. The service will include a message by pastor Jerry Tancredi and the celebration of Holy Communion. Centennial will receive new members, and young people will take part in their first Communion. A special reception to welcome new members will follow the worship service.

Information about the church is available at www.centenniallutheran.org or by emailing info@centenniallutheran.org.

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Cowboy Church Plans Service June 7, 2017

Silver Spurs Cowboy Church - The Hopewell Project will honor fathers and grandfathers on Father's Day, Sunday, June 18, at 3231 Warner Road, Brogue.

The children's program will begin at 5:30 p.m. The praise and worship service willl follow at 6 p.m. and will be led by Brad Rineholt, an ordained Cowboys for Christ chaplain. The service will include singing, Scripture, and Holy Communion.

A cookout will follow the service, and attendees may bring a dish. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be provided. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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Church Posts Schedule June 7, 2017

Centennial Lutheran Church, 1330 Hares Hill Road, Kimberton, has posted its schedule of activities.

On Sunday, June 18, there will be a worship service at 9:30 a.m. The service will include a message by Pastor Jerry Tancredi and the celebration of Holy Communion. Confirmation Sunday will be celebrated, and in observance of Father's Day, carnations will be on display in honor of or in memory of fathers.

On Sunday, June 25, Centennial will receive new members, and some young people will take part in their first Communion.

For more information about the church, readers may visit www.centenniallutheran.org or email info@centenniallutheran.org.

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Church Posts Schedule May 31, 2017

Centennial Lutheran Church, 1330 Hares Hill Road, Kimberton, has posted its schedule of activities.

On Sunday, June 11, there will be a worship service at 9:30 a.m. The service will include a message by the Rev. Dr. Edward Neiderhiser and the celebration of Holy Communion.

Sunday school classes for people of all ages will be held at 10:30 a.m. following the worship service. Children's Sunday school will include a time of musical instruction with Jack Charles, organist and director of music ministry.

Confirmation Sunday will be celebrated on June 18. Also on this day, in celebration of Father's Day, carnations will be on display in honor of or in memory of fathers.

On Sunday, June 25, Centennial will receive new members, and some young people will take part in their first Communion.

For more information about the church, readers may visit www.centenniallutheran.org or email info@centenniallutheran.org.

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Church Will Recognize First Responders May 24, 2017

Petra Church, 565 Airport Road, New Holland, will recognize area first responders on Sunday, June 4, as a way to convey its thanks for first responders' courage, commitment, and extraordinary service. All area firefighters, EMTs, law enforcement officers, ambulance drivers, and others who respond to emergency situations are invited to either the 9 or 11 a.m. service at Petra. They are invited to come in uniform and to drive to Petra in their emergency vehicles.

The special event will give guests a chance to visit, enjoy a service at Petra, and receive free tickets to a Reading Phillies baseball game. A complimentary pizza lunch will be offered to first responders after the 11 a.m. service.

For more information, readers may contact the church at 354-5394 or visit www.petra.church.

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