Winning Souls

SEPT. 23—Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, 90 Port Perry Rd., North Versailles, will host Preaching to Win the Lost at 7 p.m. Their series will be held every Friday and will feature various guest preachers. Guest preacher Rev. Earlene Coleman of Bethlehem Baptist Church will bring the Word this eve­ning, followed by Rev. ­Darryl Canady of Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church on Sept. 30. For more information, call 412-823-2841.

Flea Market

SEPT. 24—Abundant Beginnings Childcare of Petra International Ministries, 235 Eastgate Dr., East Hills, will host a Flea Market from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. There will be clothing, food, games, music, collectables, a car wash and more. Vendor opportunities are available. For more information, call Kim at 412-320-3412.


Reunion Dinner

SEPT. 24—The former Bethlehem Temple Apostolic Faith Church, Duquesne, will host a Fellowship Reunion Dinner at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel, 401 W. Waterfront Dr., West Homestead. This is a reunion for the church that was relocated to Connecticut in 1973 after several years of being located in Duquesne. There will be a special guest speaker and a proclamation presentation. For more information, email Rita Suiter at

Men’s/Women’s Day

SEPT. 25—New Grace Missionary Baptist Church, 7711 Tioga St., Homewood, will host their Men’s and Women’s Day Celebration at 3:30 p.m. The theme will be “It’s Friday Now, But Sunday is Coming.” The guest speaker will be Rev. Wanda S. Pipping. For more information, call 412-241-1951.

Gospel Concert

SEPT. 25—The Mass Choir of Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 90 Port Perry Rd., North Versailles, will host a Fall Gospel Concert at 3:30 p.m. All are welcomed to attend. For more information, call 412-823-4049.

Church Concert

SEPT. 25—The Music Ministries of Unity Baptist Church, 1023 Talbot Ave., Braddock, will host “The Golden Hymns of the Church” at 4 p.m. For more information, call Cheryl Rainey at 412-243-2304.

Anniversary Concert

SEPT. 25—Carrone Baptist Church, 7119 Frankstown Ave., Homewood, will host its Anniversary Concert at 4 p.m. The concert is to celebrate the church’s 126th Anniversary and will feature Zion’s Messengers. All are welcomed and refreshments will be served. For more information, call 412-371-9919.

Prayer Breakfast

OCT. 1—Garden City United Methodist Church, 500 Laurel Dr., Monroeville, will host its 2nd Annual Women’s Prayer Breakfast at 9 a.m. at the Garden City Firehall #6, 600 Garden City Dr., Monroeville. The theme will be “Laws of the Harvest-Field & Faith.” Lynn Hayes-Freeland will serve as the Mistress of Ceremonies and Pastor Marilynn Davis will be the featured speaker. Reservations are requested and the cost is $25. For more information, call 412-373-0391 mailbox #7.

Holy Conference

OCT. 28—Shekinah House of Prayer Ministries will host their 8th Annual Women at the Well National Holy Conference at 7 p.m. at the Best Western Parkway Center Inn, Horizon Room, 875 Greentree Rd., Greentree. The theme is “Higher Dimension of Praise.” This is for women looking for a higher level of praise. Guest preachers include Pastor June Jeffries, Pastor Renee Martin, Pastor Joberta Patrick and Elder June Redman. For more information, call Pastor Martin at 412-351-6014.

Bible Study

ONGOING—King of Kings Baptist Ministries, 5169 Broad St., Garfield, will host its Hour of Power Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Every Tuesday there will be an in-depth look into the Word of God. There will also be a Saturday Nite Praise service every Saturday evening from 6-7:30 p.m. It is open to the public. For more information, call 412-661-3550.

LIVE Service

ONGOING—Mount Ararat Baptist Church, 271 Paulson Ave., East Liberty, will host its “Saturday Night LIVE Service” from 7-8:30 p.m. Every Saturday night tune in and get the word either in person or listen online. Rev. Dr. William Curtis is the senior pastor. For more information, call 412-441-1800 or visit

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