AT CAPITAL CHRISTIAN
Capital City Christian Church, Versailles Road at Locust Lane, has scheduled the two special classes below that begin Wednesday evening. For more information about either class, contact the group leader named or visit the church’s website, www.capitalcitychristian.org.
Adults in situations prior to, in the middle of, or recovering after divorce are invited to participate in DivorceCare. The class is offered as a Christian-based video and support group. Many have shared they don’t feel so isolated/alone after completing the class.
The church is offering the class for adults beginning Wednesday, 6-7:30 p.m. in room 302 on top floor. The registration fee is $12 for the 13-session class. For more information, contact Steve Harris, class leader, 502-316-3772, firstname.lastname@example.org, or
FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY
Those adults seeking a better way of organizing personal finances may find Financial Peace University of help. Financial Peace University is offered as Christian-based video and discussion group. The first class is Wednesday from 6-7:30 p.m. in room 300 on top floor.
The registration fee is $89 for the nine-session class. Childcare and youth classes are available from 5:45-7:30. For more information visit the church’s website or contact class leader Mike Feldman, 502-330-3792.
CHURCH REVIVAL IS AUG. 12-15
West Frankfort Church of God, 1518 Louisville Rd., will hold a revival beginning Sunday at 6 p.m. and continuing at 7 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, Aug. 13-15. Bro. Richard Wright will be presenting the message with nightly singing by South of Heaven Ministries.
ORGAN RECITAL IS SUNday
MILLVILLE – Millville Christian Church will host the 10th annual Theatre Organ Concert beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12. Organists Roland Herzel and Gary Johnson will once again play the church’s electronic “theatre organ,” featuring music written specifically for theatre organ concerts, based on a style used in the early 20th century to accompany silent films.
Theatre organs also feature a host of percussion instruments such as bass drum, snare, xylophone, maracas and so on, all fully playable from the organ console using special knobs and buttons for the hands, feet and even the organist’s knees.
An old-fashion ice cream social will follow the concert.
The church is located on McCracken Pike in Millville. Turn at Cracker Barrel off Versailles Road and proceed to the bottom of the hill. Turn left there and the church is a quarter mile on the left.
GOSPEL MUSIC SERIES CONTINUES
Crestwood Baptist Church, 1006 E. Main St., continues its series of Old Time Southern Gospel Concerts beginning at 6 p.m. each Sunday in August. Fellowship and refreshments will follow each performance. For more information call 695-2088.
Here’s the remaining schedule:
SUNDAY: His Heart Quartet
Aug. 19: Fair Haven Quartet
Aug. 26: Crestwood’s Old Fashion Night
CHAUTAUQUA CONTINUES AT FUMC
First United Methodist Church’s 26th annual Chautauqua series continues at 7 p.m. each Sunday in August. The remaining programs are in Asbury Hall in the church’s Wesley Center.
Here’s the schedule:
SUNDAY: Friends of the Groom, a Cincinnati-based Christian theater group
Aug. 19: Chautauqua Summer Choir and Friends
Aug. 26: The Penny Loafers, smooth music from the 1950s sung a capella by a male quartet.
CONSIGNORS NEEDED FOR AUG. 25 SALE AT PROVIDENCE
A Children’s Consignment Sale will be held at Providence Baptist Church, Georgetown Road, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25. This is a great opportunity for you to sell your gently used baby and children’s items such as beds, high chairs, activity centers, changing tables, toys, books, DVDs, bottles, and clothes.
Seventy-five percent of the profit will be returned to you and 25 percent will be donated to “Avenues for Women.” If you would like to consign, detailed information at www.pbcfrankfort.org or call Peggy Rayborn 320-9087. The deadline for consignors is Aug. 15.
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