Youth Gathering

OCT. 27—God’s Youth Nation of The Cathedral of Total Praise, 7156 Idlewild Ave., Homewood, will host a Youth Gathering. This three-day event will include live hip-hop and contemporary gospel music, ministry, dance, performance art and more. The event will run through Oct. 30. For more information, call Jackie Kendeall at 412-879-0295.

Women’s Conference

OCT. 28—Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church, 6111 Rodman St., East Liberty, will host its Women’s Conference at the Wyndham Grand Hotel, 600 Commonwealth Place, Downtown. The theme is “Experiencing Life in Abundance.” Recording artist Martha Munizzi will be the musical guest and Sherry Gaither, Rev. Linda D. Stevens and Rev. Barbara A. Gunn will be the guest speakers. Registration is required. For more information, visit

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.

Flea Market

OCT. 29—Garden City United Methodist Church, 500 Laurel Dr., Monroeville, will host its annual Flea Market, Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. The breakfast will be $6 for adults and $3.50 for children 11 and under. There will also be a bag sale from 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information, call 412-373-0391 or visit

Harvest Celebration

OCT. 29—The Youth Ministry of Triedstone Baptist Church, 18 Harriet St., Rankin, will host its Annual Hallelujah Harvest Celebration at 2 p.m. This will be a spiritual program with songs and mimes. Also there will be a Pittsburgh Steelers Early Pre-Game Tail Gate party after the morning service on Oct. 30. For more information, call 412-271-3000.

Dance Program

OCT. 29—The Christian Education Department of the AMEZ Church will host Dance for Our Father at 2:30 p.m. at Trinity AMEZ Church, 3105 Allendale St, West End. Participants from various churches and denominations will express their praises through dance and mime. Proceeds will benefit the youth officers for the Association of Christian Educators conference. For more information, call 412-526-8981.


OCT. 29—Unity Baptist Church, 1023 Talbot Ave., Braddock, will host a Concert at 6 p.m. The concert will feature the Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Male Chorus. For more information, call Brother Russell at 412-271-2667.

Youth Day

OCT. 30—Christian Tabernacle Church, 2601 Centre Ave., Hill District, will host its Youth Day from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. The theme is “Back to School, Now What?!” Guest speakers will include doctors Michael Forbes, Yolanda Forbes, Jerome Gloster and Carol Gloster. There will be a panel and Q&A session, refreshments, school supplies given out and more. For more information, call 412-244-2583.

Family/Friends Day

OCT. 30—Gethsemane COGIC, 200 Crest St., Clairton, will host its Family and Friends Day at 11 a.m. This is part of the church’s 85th Anniversary celebration. The guest speaker will be Evangelist Marie Lee. For more information, call 412-233-9828.

Choir Anniversary

OCT. 30—The Braddock Community Male Chorus will host its 60th Anniversary at 3:30 p.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 330 4th St., Rankin. The New St. James Baptist Church of North Carolina will be the guest choir. For more information, call Deacon Gerald Smith at 412-818-4116.

Autumn Madness

OCT. 31—Greater Destiny World Outreach will host its Autumn Madness event at 6 p.m. at Sing Sing, 171 E. Bridge St., Waterfront. There will be games, prizes, candy and more. The special guests will include Big D, Pastor J.E. Gamble and others. For more information, visit

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