Opioid Abuse has been declared a national crisis, taking the lives of thousands. This community forum on abuse and overdose will provide an open discussion and guidance from experts. Learn about the risks and signs from those who have been there. Get the facts and resources to get help, or be a help for others.share
Join us on Fri April 27th at 6pm for our Inter-Generational Game Night! There will be Board Games, Card Games, Karaoke, and more. You can also bring your favorite game to play if you like. Fun for the whole family! ALL Ages are welcome! Food will be served! Parking is available. To RSVP and for more information e-mail Rev Thomas Brackeen at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-432-6183share
Once tax season is over, it'll be time to start shredding those sensitive documents you no longer need. Save this date and join WGTS 91.9 and the Thrivent Member Network as we join together to Shred Hunger - and your documents! In addition to shredding, we're asking you to consider a free-will food donation for the local food banks in Fairfax County, WFCM and ECHO.
We'd love to meet you, too! WGTS friends will be on-hand to say "hi" and pick up your own WGTS bumper stickers!
How much can I bring to shred?
We will be accepting 1 or 2 shopping bags of sensitive financial documents. First come/first-serve (or if truck fills up before 7pm, we will be done).
Non-perishable food items needed:
- Canned goods (fruits and vegetables)
- Pasta and pasta sauce (no glass)
- Vegetable/cooking oil
- Pancake mix and syrup
Please join the Round Hill Methodist Church and The Woodgrove HS ladies softball team with the 8th annual food packaging event on April 28, starting at 8:00 am until 40,000 meals are packaged. This is a fun hands on way to give back to communities all over the world. Sign up to donate your time at http://events.stophungernow.org/roundhill2018 or monetary donations at www.roundhillumc.org.share
GRA Mission Squad in conjunction with its department-GRA Health Initiatives- is inviting you to our First Annual Missions Ball. GRA Mission Squad authenticity has been to care for the poor, especially children, women, orphans and widows in their distresses (especially in war torn countries or extremely impoverished nations) reaching out compassionately to serve some of the most needy and vulnerable people in our nation and the world so as to give them a lift out of their conditions. We have been a blessing to thousands across the nations. GRA Mission Squad engages in a wide variety of community service and development. One of our doctors on the field in Africa has sent this reflection “In most cases, this is the only opportunity for majority of the people to see a doctor and a dentist at least once in several years. For some it is the first time in their lifetime to see a doctor. I will once again plead with members of GRA Mission Squad and her Health Initiatives Unit, to continue this humanitarian and life transforming work in the nations…” Admission to the Missions Ball is complimentary and dress code is Black Tie/Ballroom. Dinner is served promptly.share
The 5th Annual Youth Prayer Rally, sponsored by the National Day of Prayer-Frederick, will be held on Thursday, May 3, 2018 in Baker Park. Program starts at 6:00 p.m. with pre-event activities (food, fun, giveaways) starting at 5:30 p.m. For more information, visit: nationaldayofprayer-frederick.org/youth-rally, or facebook.com/FrederickYouthRally. We will be accepting canned goods to support local Food Banks. **Nominations Wanted** Nominate a deserving young person for our 2018 Youth Leadership Award Visit: nationaldayofprayer-frederick.org/Youth-Leadership-Award-2018.pdf Use #RallyFrederick to find us on social mediashare
Faith Lutheran Church will commemorate the 66th annual National Day of Prayer by holding an open house, providing prayer stations, an evangelism table with handouts, and light refreshments. At noon the Pastor will join other religious leaders throughout the nation by simultaneously reading a special prayer. Shortly after, there will be a free showing of the movie, "The Case for Christ."share
Come Join us in celebration of National Day of Prayer at Largo Community Church 1701 Enterprise Road Mitchellville, Maryland 301-249-2255 www.largocc.org, Praying Opportunities as we UNITE in the Body of Christ: Drive-Thru Prayer – Drive up in their car and a minister prays for you from 7:00 am to 8:30 am, PGC Courthouse Prayer - Meet at the courthouse around the pole to pray from 8:30 am to 10:30 am, Sanctuary Prayer – Church is open all day for you to stop in and pray from 7:00 am to 5:30pm, Intercessory Prayer Circle – Join our ladies for prayer every first Thursday of the Month from 10:00 to 11:30am, Thursday Night Prayer Meeting – Praise, Worship, Testimony, and Praying over prayer request from 7pm to 8pm, Conference Call Praying – Call 1-712-432-3066 Code #375437 at noon to 12:15 pm (basic long distance cost unless unlimited long distance)share
Join Us for a Two-Day Fellowship! Invite Your Network of Friends - Events are FREE (Register for one or both events!) DAY ONE Fourth Annual National Day of Prayer Breakfast Thursday, May 3, 2018 8:30–10:30 AM SPECIAL GUESTS Dr. Marissa Leslie Mental Health in America Adventist HealthCare Brian E. Frosh Maryland Attorney General GUEST SPEAKERS People-4-People Pastors MUSIC Calvary Pentecostal Worship and Praise Team Full Breakfast, Worship Music and Corporate Prayer AND DAY TWO Fellowship Reception Friday, May 4, 2018 6:30–8:30 PM MASTER OF CEREMONIES Pastor Patrick and Josi Esdelle Living Word International Christian Church SPECIAL GUESTS Dr. Misty Grant President, Logos University Hors d'oeuvres, Music, and Fellowship SPONORS Adventist HealthCare People-4-People Employment Assistance Program Living Word International Bible School Contact: Angela Cooper, 301-989-4673, ext. 1245 or email@example.com for more information.share