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Stockport Mother’s Day tea; Gospel Healing Revival; Lord’s Cupboard needs; Celebrate Recovery starts

May 04, 2018

Mother’s Day tea party planned at Stockport church

STOCKPORT — A Mother’s Day tea party will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the basement of the Stockport United Methodist Church.

Tables will be set by volunteers. Food and tea will be provided. Entertainment is planned.

To reserve a spot, call Dorothy Gilbert at 319-769-2253 or Tara Wolf at 319-592-3164.


Gospel Healing Revival May 12

OTTUMWA — Lightning & Thunder Ministry will host a Gospel Healing Revival from 7-9 p.m. May 12 at the Bridge View Center in Ottumwa.

The revival, led by Richard Kessler, will include anointed worship, an anointed prayer team and the “lightning power of God.”

For information, call 919-0416 or visit the website at www.Lightningandthunder.org.


Lord’s Cupboard announces needs for May donations

The Lord’s Cupboard, Jefferson County’s emergency food pantry, has announced its needs for May.

The food bank is seeking donations of 12- to 14-ounce breakfast cereals, chicken noodle soup, 1-pound bags of dried great northern beans, all kinds of canned beans, canned ravioli and canned beef stew.

During March, The Lord’s Cupboard helped 98 families fill full food/supply orders. Those families included 160 adults and 75 children. The food pantry also distributed 311 weekly bead and protein orders.

The Lord’s Cupboard is scheduled to host a Business After Hours event for the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce May 24.

For information about The Lord’s Cupboard, visit www.lordscupboard.org or call 472-8457.


Celebrate Recovery program, community meal starts

Fairfield Church of the Nazarene has resumed serving a free community meal in conjunction with the beginning of a Celebrate Recovery program.

The meal is served at 6 p.m. each Thursday.

After the meal, the Celebrate Recovery large-group meeting, with worship meeting is held with worship, testimonies and teachings about ways to be free from hurts, hang-ups and habits.

“Feel free to join us each Thursday evening,” invited the Rev. Dick Allen, pastor of the church.

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