Experience a time before electricity, upright seating, or silverware and a place illuminated only by oil lamps. Be transported to a place warmed by the laughter of friends who are prepared to give their lives for one another and recline at a table where each bite or sip holds both ancient relevance and holy significance. Join Pastor Jay McCarl, as he hosts an intimate, thought-provoking meal with customs dating back to the time of Abraham and relevance stretching far into eternity.
How often do you get a chance to travel back in history to enjoy a dinner with biblical times? Now you can experience a thought-provoking meal, with customs dating back to Abraham, with The Biblical Dinner, a documentary about the significance of eating customs and events surrounding a traditional Jewish feast. Join host Pastor Jay McCarl as he explains the meanings of seating arrangements, ancient table manners, actions of the host, and the spiritual ramifications of a single piece of bread. This film also offers insights into the events surrounding the Last Supper, including the disciples’ roles and actions. Be transported to a place warmed by the laughter of friends who are prepared to give their lives for your safety and recline at a table where each bite or sip holds both ancient relevance and holy significance.
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Christ Episcopal Church Annual Pasta Dinner
Christ Church, Garden City invites friends and neighbors to our annual Pasta Dinner on Sunday, March 27 , beginning at 5:30 p.m. It is an informal gathering early enough for families and kids and anyone who would rather not cook on Sunday evening! Read more on Garden City News
Church trial features wiretaps
SPRINGFIELD – They burned down a house on Christmas Eve. They ransacked another house, taking everything of value down to the copper fixtures. They ripped off construction sites, sold ammunition and drugs, grew marijuana and brewed their own napalm. Read more on The Republican
HOUSE OF FAITH PROFILE: Crossroads Church
Crossroads Church in State Line is affiliated with the Brethren in Christ denomination. The building was originally home to Trinity United Brethren in Christ Church and was also more recently known as Living Hope Community Church. Read more on The Waynesboro Record Herald
Question by An Inconvenient Thinker: Planning a church fellowship dinner to celebrate everyone’s birthday, need ideas?
People will sit at the table with the month of their birth, we will decorate with balloons, cupcakes with a candle for dessert, any other ideas?
Answer by Tonya W Have a buffet -style lunch or dinner. Have everyone make a large foil pan of the food of their choice. Have everyone make something different and write down who’s bringing what so that way you won’t have too much of one thing. Have some people bring paper plates, cups, napkins, spoons, forks, knives, beverages, ice, etc.
Church hosting meatloaf dinner
Come to the Breakneck Church of God Fellowship Hall, 816 Breakneck Road, 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday to enjoy a homemade meatloaf dinner hosted by the men of the church. Tickets are $ 7 for adults and $ 4 for ages 5-12. Read more on Daily Courier
Tiny church keeps doors open for lost sheep
The honor of being the nation’s smallest church seems to fall tothe Lighthouse Bible Church in Joliet, Montana , which is only 8 by12 feet, but has a membership of 10 and an average attendance offive. It has a regular Sunday worship service, a Tuesday nightprayer service and two pastors, according to the AssociatedPress. Read more on Sioux City Journal
Church Calendar (Oct. 2-8)
Destiny Empowerment Outreach Church will host a youth explosion revival Saturday, Oct. 2 a 7 p.m. Minister Isha Milton from Mooresville will be the speaker. On Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. there will be a praise and worship service. The church is located in the West End community of Lenoir. Read more on Lenoir News-Topic
Free community dinner Thursday at Second Baptist Church
The People in Galesburg, through the efforts/support of its two action groups — Hunger & Nurturing Neighborhoods — will serve another free dinner to the public from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Second Baptist Church, 305 S. Cherry St. Read more on The Galesburg Register-Mail
New Birth Missionary Baptist Church: Bishop Eddie Long Addresses His Congregation
Filed under: News I woke up early to go to the website for the New Birth Missionary Baptist church . I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I knew that Bishop Eddie Long would be convincing. Every bit of his charisma and experience would be needed to manage the complex set of allegations against him for sexually abusing some of his members . I’ll lay out some notable quotes by Bishop Eddie Long this … Read more on Black Voices
Inside the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Burlington City, a silhouetted Ada Branhan from Burlington Township waits patiently with her food cart for the church’s weekly soup kitchen to open. Read more on Burlington County Times
Decorative 5″ diameter x 3.25″ tall gift box filled with 82 glossy cards printed with Box Girl Conversation Starter questions
Cards feature faith-based questions intended to build fellowship
Bond with friends or family through food, fun, and faith-building conversations
Printed with soy ink on 50% recycled paper
Get the conversation started with questions like: What is your earliest memory of knowing God? When you read the Bible, what most surprises you about God?
Bring your family back to their spiritual center with the Family Dinner-Faith Edition Box of Questions. Whether given as a gift or used in your own home, this box will definitely create those special feelings of communion and togetherness. Rejoice in your faith in God with great food and meaningful conversation!
Dinner Conversation Starters Like:
– What do you think Heaven will be like?
– What is your earliest memory of knowing God?
– What is one gift God has given you that you hope you can use for His glory?
Church of God to host old fashioned dinner
The Williams Corner Church of God will host an ‘Old Fashioned Dinner on the Grounds’ at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 5, and will continue into the afternoon. Read more on Community Press & Recorder
Church, strippers go to war
In a corner of Ohio, a church and strip club are doing battle over who has the right to exist and what constitutes being a good neighbor. It is a battle being waged with poster board and stern words. Read more on The Globe and Mail