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Church new, Feb. 25

Faith Assembly of God to host movie night

Faith Assembly of God Church will host a movie night at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25.

The movie on tap is “Fireproof,” which centers around a firefighter who deals with various practical and real issues of life, particularly his marriage, which seems to be coming apart at the seams.

He is faced with the challenge to make up his mind what direction he is going to go in regard to his life and what he is going to do about his marriage.

The movie gives a very true portrayal of life’s struggles and relationship issues and offers powerful positive messages and encouragement to the everyday man and woman to keep trying.

Pastor Darrell Nelson extends an invitation to all in the community who need a jumpstart on your marriage or for life to come and be encouraged by the movie. There is no admission charge.

Avenue Church welcomes guest speaker

The Avenue Church is excited to announce Patsy Clairmont from Women of Faith will be the guest speaker from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 5 at The Avenue in Waxahachie.

Tickets are available now. Purchased before March 1, they are $25 per person including entry and a boxed lunch; purchased after March 1, they are $25 per person, but do not include lunch. Tickets are available online at www.theavenuechurch.com/events.

Special performance by 4Ever Ministries at New Founders

New Founders Missionary Baptist Church’s women’s ministry presents “You Don’t Look Like What You’ve Been Through,” a performance by 4Ever Ministries, at 7 p.m. Feb. 26 at the church, located at 1903 Lafayette.Dinner will be served from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and a donation of $10 is encouraged. For more information, call the Rev. Von Carl Thomas Sr., church pastor, at 972-875-6610.

New Founders seminar has been rescheduled

A conflict has forced New Founders Missionary Baptist Church to reschedule its seminar with speaker Douglas McDuffie, head of Bounce Back Ministries, for recent prison parolees and their families. The event, originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 26, has been suspended with hopes of rescheduling Saturday, June 4. For more information, call 214-448-5059.

First Presbyterian ‘Peaceringers’ to perform Sunday

The First Presbyterian Church Peaceringers will perform at the morning worship service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 27. Don’t miss the chance to hear the ringing of the handbells.

Also, the group is seeking additional handbell ringers to join the choir.

No experience is necessary. First Presbyterian Church is located at 210 N. McKinney St. Call the church at 972-875-3196 for more information.

Invitation to join ‘WOW’

Do you desire more of God? If so come join “WOW” Women of Worship for a time of worship, Bible teaching, prayer and fellowship.

The group meets the fourth Saturday of the month from 10 a.m.-noon at 1700 N. Floyd St. Then join us afterward for lunch at the Wildflower Café.

For more information, contact Mary at 972-965-2075.

New Hope Church program opportunities

New Hope Church programs include The Tribe Youth Choir, which meets each Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. Membership is not a requirement to participate.

This choir is open to students in sixth to 12th grade. Students will have the opportunity to perform at various events. Ignition Drama and Dance Team meet each Tuesday from 6-8 p.m.

For a complete schedule of life groups (gardening, cooking, beading, Random Acts of Kindness, New Hope Rock Band, paintball, Tribal Movie Makers, One Life-College ministry and much more) contact New Hope at 972-330-4490.

United Christian Brotherhood

The United Christian Brotherhood meets every second Saturday at 7 a.m. at Baylor Baptist Church. All men are invited to attend.

First Presbyterian

playmakers game night

First Presbyterian Church “Playmakers Game Night” is now twice a month, on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Join the group for lots of fun and fellowship. Games include Bridge, 42, Mexican Train and more.

Bring your favorite game if you’d like.

First Presbyterian Church is located at 210 N. McKinney St. Call the church office for more information at 972-875-3196.

Cowboy Church of Ennis and opportunities for service

Cowboy Church of Ennis Bible study is held at the church on Mondays at 7 p.m. Men have a round table bible study and discussion of topical events. Ladies study the women of the Bible.

Wednesdays is youth night at 7 p.m. for grades 3-6 and 7-12. Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. there will be team roping. Every Thursday at 7 p.m. there will be practice barrels.

Find out what God has

planned for your life

Unlock the mysteries about God and his plan for you and our world. Find inner peace and happiness. Know God better through his messages in the books of the Bible and discover God’s solution to your everyday concerns. Group Bible discussions are held at 7 p.m. each Thursday night at Oak Timbers Apartments clubhouse at 1600 Lake Bardwell Drive. Individualized Bible studies in your home are also available.

For information call 972-875-7445 or 972-935-8008 or visit www.amazingracts.org and click on “free stuff” and “bible studies” or e-mail biblestudyguides @gmail.com.

Baylor Baptist Church

Food Pantry welcomes your help

Please think household goods (paper products), as well as vegetables, canned meat (salmon, tuna, chicken, stew, etc.) or meat substitutes (peanut butter is always needed). Pastas of different varities, rice, dried beans, are always good.

Also fruit and fruit juices and milk products (canned or dried), soups are always good for the winter months. Just keep in mind the necessary things needed in your home and let that be a guide.

Baylor has been fortunate to be able to help in this capacity and we are so proud to be able to meet the needs of people down on their luck.

Thanks to all for your support in this ministry. For more information on opportunities to help please call the church office at 972-875-2521.

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