Shiloh Baptist Church, 703 Central Ave., Chester. Dr. E. Ervin Millsaps is pastor. For some-more information, call 610-872-8147. Tonight, from 6-8, a Drug and Alcohol Ministry will meet.
Shorter AME Church, 111 Pennington Ave., Morton, will reason a following: weekly Bible investigate tonight during 7. The Rev. Roselin Martin will teach. All are welcome. A flea marketplace will be 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
Join Victory Over The World Baptist Church, 2609 W. Fourth St., Chester, for an dusk of giveaway movie, food, fun, and brotherhood for all ages during a Movie Night tonight during 7, hosted by a Hospitality Committee.
Aaron Tabernacle UHCOL, 2500 Bethel Road, Feltonville, will reason a flea marketplace 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday. Vendor space is permitted for $15. For information, call 484-490-5873.
The 2014 Women’s Day cabinet of Mount Olive Baptist Church, 2 Pershing Ave., Linwood, is sponsoring a Fall Luncheon and Fashion Show during Springfield Country Club, 400 W. Sproul Road, noon-4 p.m. Saturday. The Gospel Pearls of Philadelphia will be a featured inspirational low-pitched guest. Ticket donations are $45 for adults and $20 for children underneath 12. For information or to send your donation, hit Sis. Michelle Robinson during 610-328-1215, or c/o Mount Olive Baptist Church, 2 Pershing Ave., Linwood, PA 19061, memo: Fall Luncheon.
White Rock Christian Church, 308 W. Third St., Chester, has a wardrobe and domicile object giveaway 9:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday. All are welcome.
The Brotherhood Breakfast Association of Churches hosts a subsequent breakfast 6:45 a.m. Sunday during Providence Baptist Church, 1100 W. Second St., Chester. All are welcome.
As Middletown Presbyterian Church, 273 S. Old Middletown Road, approaches a 300th anniversary in 2020, members will horde their second annual Colonial Day Celebration Sunday. The giveaway festivities yield a glance into a universe of a beginning settlers of Middletown Township. The day starts during 10:30 a.m., with a ceremony use patterned after a character of a day, finish with a “tithingman,” armed with his plume and doorknob to daunt joke and napping. Following a service, a dish of standard 18th-century transport — chicken-corn chowder, ham, baked beans, corn and brownish-red breads, handcrafted applesauce, fruit pies and Colonial cookies — will be permitted for purchase. There will also be a selected coverlet for raffle. From noon-3 p.m., several games and crafts will be offering for both children and adults, and a sheep will be sheared by hand, along with a proof of spinning. Colonial re-enactors from a Lazaretto will explain how a Yellow Fever widespread influenced a area, a arrangement of collection will be supposing by a Thomas Massey House and a Marple-Newtown Community Band will benefaction a unison of Colonial music. Tours of a ancestral tomb will underline graves of Revolutionary fight soldiers and a illusive site of a strange church building, and several first-person narrators will execute distinguished village members of a era. Northeast Men’s Retreat during Lake Champion, Sept. 27-29. Contact Ken Schreffler during [email protected] or 610-436-5864 for some-more information on this inspirational weekend of worship, recreation, and fellowship. Youth Bible study, Wednesdays during 7 p.m. Adult Bible study, Wednesdays 9:30-11 a.m., repeating during 7 p.m. Adventure Bible Club, Wednesdays 5-7 p.m. (for children 4-12). Dinner is permitted during 6 p.m. $3 for kids, $5 for adults. For some-more information, call 610-565-4080 or revisit www.middletownpres.org.
True Fellowship Bible Church, 614 W. Eighth St., Chester, hosts a tumble revival, “Growing to a Next Level (2 Peter 3:18),” Monday-Wednesday. Intercessory request starts during 6:45 p.m., services during 7. For information, revisit www.go2truefellowship.org.
Holy Ghost Church, Third and Harwick streets, Chester. Perogie (pyrohy) sale dates for a tumble are a following Thursdays and Fridays: Sept. 26-27, Oct. 10-11, Oct. 24-25, Nov. 7-8, Nov. 21-22 and Dec. 12-13. Call 610-494-8734 by Friday of a prior week. Join Holy Ghosts for a following fundraising events and suffer homemade dishes for your family. Sunday, Oct. 6, salisbury beef with fungus gravy, egg noodles, stringbeans, dessert and coffee for $10 per platter. Place orders by Sept. 29. Sunday, Oct. 13, out-of-date Platsky (potato pancakes) will be sole 3 for $5. Place orders by Oct. 6. Sunday, Oct. 27, applaud Oktoberfest with takeout platters: Wiener Schnitzel (breaded pig cutlet) or bratwurst, with parsley potatoes and your choice of dual of a following sides: Austrian cucumber salad, immature beans with buttered bread crumbs, red cabbage, applesauce or sauerkraut, $15 per platter. Place sequence by Oct. 20. Sunday, Nov. 10, Kobasa, sauerkraut and roasted potatoes platter, includes dessert and coffee for $8 per platter, or Kobasa and sauerkraut sandwich on rye bread, dessert and coffee for $6. Place orders by Nov. 3. Call Bob/Irene 610-459-1935 for all platters.
St. Paul’s Baptist Church, 1 Hagerty Blvd., West Chester, hosts a one-year anniversary luncheon in Fellowship Hall 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 to respect a Rev. Dr. Wayne E. Croft. Tickets contingency be purchased in allege during www.stpaulsbaptist.org, or revisit a church bureau 2-4 Monday-Friday.
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 199 W. Baltimore Ave., Clifton Heights, will have an Italian Dinner Night 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. Cost is $13 adults, $4 children underneath 12 and includes duck primavera with pasta, salad, garlic bread, libation and cheese cannoli. Eat in or takeout. For reservations, call 610-322-3636 or Bart during 610-565-4847.
Wesley A.M.E. Church binds a “Wesley’s Choice Market Place” 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 during Jacobs Park, Harding Avenue and School Street, Morton. Items will embody crafts, jewelry, clothes, books, games, furniture, beverages and a preference of treats. Space is permitted $20. Vendors contingency yield their possess table. For information, call Katrina Robison during 610-529-0192.
A pancake breakfast to advantage Olivet Presbyterian Church’s Fellowship Hall Renovation Project will be 8-11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 during a church, 1001 Washington Ave., Prospect Park. Cost is $5 per person. Children 5 and underneath are free. Join Olivet for breakfast and accept a bonus banking (one banking per profitable adult) to emporium during a Beacon of Hope Clothes Closet before it strictly opens that day. The BOH, located on a tip building of Olivet, sells new and gently-used wardrobe for a whole family. Nothing is labelled over $4. The BOH will underline tumble and winter wardrobe for a initial time this deteriorate Oct. 5. If we can not attend a breakfast, we might emporium during a BOH starting during 10 a.m.
St. John’s German Oktoberfest is usually around a corner. It will start 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4 and continue Saturday, Oct. 5 during 10 a.m. during St. John’s Catholic Church, Seabury Avenue and School Place, Milford, Del. For some-more information, call Bonnie De Mar during 302-422-5123, ext. 13.
Elam United Methodist Church, 1073 Smithbridge Road, Glen Mills, will start a six-week contention of “Made to Crave-Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food” by Lysa Terkeurst 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6. Cost for a book is $10. Confirm your seductiveness by today. For information, call 610-459-2911 or revisit www.madetocrave.org.
Murphy AME Church, 700 Yarnall St., Chester, has a summary and a film any Wednesday night. The summary starts during 6 p.m., and a film starts during 7.
North Chester Baptist Church, 212 Houston St., Chester, sponsors an interactive Bible investigate on a second and fourth Thursday of any month. Individuals age 16 and adult are invited. Come and try what a Bible has to contend about life in today’s world. For information, call 610-874-7948 or revisit www.northchesterbaptist.net.
Are we hungry? Need to relax? Come to Christ United Methodist Church, 600 E. Duttons Mill Road, Brookhaven, any fourth Wednesday from 5:30-7 p.m. The subsequent Family Night Outs will be this Wednesday and Wednesday, Oct. 23. There will be task assistance for youngsters and child caring available. For some-more information, revisit christumcbrookhaven.com or call 610-874-1270. Pastor Sharon Paul of Christ United Methodist Church invites all creatures, large and tiny to a “Blessing of a Animals” 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Each pet will accept a possess particular certificate sealed by a priest following a blessing and there will be treats permitted for all of a “four-legged friends” and their people. For information, revisit www.christumcbrookhaven.com or call 610-874-1270.
Prospect United Methodist Church, Eighth and Lincoln avenues, Prospect Park, will reason a children’s wardrobe and fondle sale 3-8 p.m. Friday, Sept 27 and 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. Items will be new and gently-used tumble and winter wardrobe for infants by teenagers and toys, books, shoes, boots, propagandize uniforms, Halloween costumes, baby equipment, sports apparatus and many more.
Anointed Full Gospel Methodist Church, Eighth and Lincoln streets, Chester, will reason a village overdo and yard sale 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. Space is permitted for $20 (bring your possess table). School reserve will be given out. There will be food, fun, music, face portrayal and games. For information, call 610-499-0699.
Second Baptist Church, 400 E. State St., Media, will horde a low-pitched reverence to a late Rev. Walter Gibbs 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30. For information or if we wish to attend on a program, hit Deaconess Dolores Thomas during 610-891-9980 or [email protected]
Jus’ Soup will lapse to Prospect United Methodist Church, Eight and Lincoln avenues, Prospect Park, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3 and many Thursdays thereafter. Stop in for some soup, a drink, something honeyed and good conversation. Cost is giveaway and everybody is welcome.
Church of St. John a Evangelist, 16 W. Third St., Essington, will reason a spaghetti cooking Oct. 5 with open seating from 4-6 p.m. Cost is $9 for adults, $4 for children ages 7-12 and $1 for children underneath 7. Takeout is available. For tickets, call 610-521-0944.
EPIC Youth invites everybody to Pasta with a side of Punchlines with comedian Alan Marx 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 during Immanuel Lutheran Church, 501 Chester Pike, Norwood. Reserve your chair during $20 per chairman by job 610-586-5860 or email [email protected] The module is suitable for seventh-grade teenagers and older. The cooking advantages a girl programs of EPIC Youth, that provides village service, care expansion and devout expansion opportunities for girl of Immanuel and a village by monthly meetings and several girl shelter opportunities by a year. Youth (grades seven-12) are invited to attend in a monthly meetings on a third Sunday of any month from 7-8:30 p.m. during a church. For some-more information, revisit http://immanuelnorwood.org
First African Baptist Church, 901 Clifton Ave., Sharon Hill, will horde a Annual Health Fair on Saturday, Oct. 5 in a Fellowship Hall from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. There will be giveaway blood sugar, blood vigour and cadence screenings, pharmacist consultations, workshops about a Affordable Care Act and Medicare options, prophesy and HIV screenings, Zumba demonstrations, vendors, food, run and more. A Red Cross Blood Drive will take place from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. For information, call a church office, 610-461-0350.
First Presbyterian Church of Springfield, 356 Summit Road, will horde a Delaware Valley Show Chorus display of “Bella Notte” underneath a instruction of Gene Bender 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. Spaghetti and meatballs will be served. Cost for cooking and uncover is $20. For information, hit Irma Pomales-Connors during 610-446-5759 or [email protected]
Princeton Presbyterian Church, Baltimore Pike and Church Road, Springfield, is holding a annual tumble flea marketplace 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. To prove your appetite, there will be early morning pastries with coffee for sale and a lunch menu. The cost for renting a space is $25. A check, payable to Princeton Presbyterian Church, contingency be perceived on or before Sept. 27. After that date, remuneration is by income or income sequence during a church office. Spaces will be $30 (cash only) a day of a flea market, if space is available. If a church cancels a flea marketplace due to severe weather, let fees will be refunded. For some-more information, call 610-543-9533 or email [email protected] For some-more information or a registration form, revisit www.princetonpres.org underneath Upcoming Events, and perspective church calendar.
St. Matthew CME Church Missionary Society will reason a annual Breast Cancer Pink Tea 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 during a Upper Chichester Community Services Building, 1950 Market St., Linwood. Donation is $15.
Got kids stuff? Get some Oct. 12 during a outrageous Fall Outgrown Sale during ValleyPoint Church, 209 Bethel Road, Glen Mills. The unchanging sale runs 9 a.m.-noon, a half-price sale runs from 12:30-1:30 p.m. and a all-you-can-fit bag sale goes from 2:30-3 p.m. Fill a bag for $5. All deduction advantage CityTeam Ministries in Chester. Gently-used equipment during good prices. Come early for a best preference and stay late for a best deals on Clothing (newborn to teen sizes), shoes, maternity and nursing clothing, indoor and outside toys, bicycles, strollers, high chairs, pack-n-plays, books, DVDs and more. Cash only.
Healing Rooms of Delaware County, a multi-church method of request to reanimate a ill and impact internal communities with a adore and energy of Jesus Christ is open for method to a ill 7:30-9 p.m. any Monday. The Healing Rooms of Delaware County is located during Middletown Baptist Church, 28 S. New Middletown Road. (Route 352). Walk-ins welcome. Trained recovering ministers will urge for all ill persons, churched or unchurched. No fees will be charged. Offerings accepted. This trickery is wheelchair accessible. If we are incompetent to come for request Monday evening, email your request regard to [email protected] For information, call 610-565-0923.
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