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SEPT. 10—The Bible School of Clark Memorial Baptist Church, 1301 Glenn St., Homestead, will begin their 2009-10 Bible School at 7 p.m. The four-year Bible course is designed to give students a working knowledge of the Word of God and to spiritually enrich the lives of those coming to study God’s Word. The cost is $40. Registration will be from 5-6:30 p.m. Call 412-462-1011 or 412-461-0739.
SEPT. 12—The Homewood Church of God, 7146 Idlewild St., Homewood, will host a Women’s Day Celebration at 12 p.m. The celebration will begin with the Ladies Ministries Tea and a Sunday morning service Sept. 13 at 11:15 a.m. with guest speaker Pastor Caroline Ellis of Florida and a 6 p.m. service with Evangelist Patricia Miller. Call 412-243-7392 or visit www.churchofgod.com.
SEPT. 14—The Men and Women’s Ministry of Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 90 Port Perry Rd., North Versailles, will host a week of United Worship at 7:15 p.m. The theme is “Hand in Hand: Men and Women Working Together for Christ.” The week’s guest speakers will be Rev. Robert Young, Rev. Earlene Coleman, Rev. Nathaniel Pennybaker and Rev. Katherine Brundage. All are welcome. For more information, call 412-823-2841 or visit www.mtcarmelbaptistnc.org
SEPT. 18—Morningside COGIC, 5173 Dearborn St., Morningside, will host the Characters of the Bible at 7 p.m. There will be a presentation of characters from the Bible. The first one will be the characters of the Old Testament and on Sept. 20 at 5 p.m. there will be a discussion of the characters in the New Testament. All are welcome. Call 412-361-9865.
SEPT. 18—The Women’s Ministry of First Antioch Baptist Church, 726 N. Pittsburgh St., Greensburg, will host the Power of Praise Conference at 7 p.m. The theme is the “7 Forms of Praise.” Shelia Hunt of First Baptist Church of Penn Hills will be the guest speaker. All are welcome to come and enjoy music and praise, teaching and preaching and participation and education. Call 412-215-1697.
SEPT. 18—The Harty Bible School Alumni Association will host a 60- Year Celebration at 7 p.m. at the Best Western Parkway Center Inn, Horizon Banquet Room, 875 Green Tree Rd., Green Tree. The graduates from 1949-2009 will be honored. Special guest will be Voices for Christ. Tickets are $25. Call Evangelist Dana Watkins at 412-264-2015.
SEPT. 19—The Missionary Department of Solid Rock Church of God, 1400 Buena Vista St., North Side, will host a Prayer Breakfast at 10 a.m. The theme is “Spiritual Cleaning.” Pastor Debra Otey and Minister Valda R. Braziel will be the guest speakers. The cost is $10. Call 412-638-1026.
SEPT. 20—St. John the Evangelist Baptist Church, 4537 Chatsworth Ave., Hazelwood, will host their 100th Church Anniversary at 11 a.m. The theme is “We’ve Come This Far By Faith.” Guest speaker will be Rev. Maurice Doss. There will also be a 3:30 p.m. service with Rev. Jerome Stevenson and his choir and congregation. Dinner will be served immediately following the morning service. Call 412-521-0994 or visit www.stjohnpgh.org.
SEPT. 26—Women in Christian Ministries Inc. will host a Mini Conference from 9 a.m.-2:15 p.m. at Whosoever Wills’ Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, 878 First Ave., Coraopolis. There will be praise and worship led by Minister Nina Taylor, a special musical performance by Marion Pratt and a devotional Word by Rev. Alberta Hall. The Bible teacher will be Rev. Derrick Knox. Lunch is $12. Reservations are requested. Call 412-262-3276 or 412-264-1664.
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