Food Pantry to hold pancake breakfast fundraiser
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Food Pantry will be holding a pancake breakfast fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday at Stoby’s. Cost is $5 at the door for all you can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee, orange juice, sodas and water. The public is invited.
The Moneys to sing at Round Mountain Community Church
Round Mountain Community Church, 163 Round Mountain Road, Conway, will have a music special Sunday.
The Moneys will be singing from 10:30-11:30 a.m., followed by a church-furnished dinner with 30 minutes of singing after dinner.
The public is invited. Church is handicap accessible, and casual dress is welcome.
For more information, call Kathy Camp at 472-8973.
Friends and Family Day at Bread of Heaven Church
Friends and Family Day will be celebrated at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Bread of Heaven Church, 317 St. Joseph St. Pastor Odie Phillip of the Greater Fellowship Church is the guest speaker. The church pastor is Bishop Jerry L. Bradden Sr. The public is invited.
Cheerful Givers benefit scheduled for Sunday
C&J Records will sponsor a special Gospel concert to benefit the Cheerful Givers, 5-7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Mount Gale Family Life Center, Conway, No. 8 Brannon Drive. "Delivered" will be one of the special guests, other guests will be O E M, "T" and "Royal Priest," all from Little Rock.
For more information, call 501-327-5665 or 501-672-0366.
That Church Alive holding ‘65 Alive — A Vendor’s Showcase’
The Church Alive will host a community outreach flea market and global missions fundraiser from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 1. Flea market and home-based business vendors will sell their products at the first "65 Alive — A Vendor’s Showcase" event.
The Church Alive will also sponsor live gospel music and preaching, a food court and children activities during the sale. The church is located on Highway 65 North in Conway.
Booth and tent rental spaces are available for $25-$55. Fur more information, contact The Church Alive at 501-327-4763 during business hours or visit its website at www.thechurchalive.org. The public is invited.
St. Joseph Church speaker to explain updates in the Roman Missal
The Catholic Mass verbiage is being updated to reflect a more accurate Scriptural translation. These changes will begin on the first Sunday of Advent, which occurs Nov. 27.
The St. Joseph congregation, as well as the greater Conway community, is encouraged to attend this instruction, 6:15-7:15 p.m. Sunday at the church. There will be a 30-minute question-and-answer session immediately following Monsignor Richard Oswald’s presentation. Attendance is free and open to the public.
On the night before Jesus died, he prayed fervently for unity among his disciples. The unity of Christians is a primary concern of the Catholic Church, and Church leaders strive for the language of the Mass to echo the prayers of the early disciples. The Vatican’s instruction on the translation of the liturgy, states: "Certain expressions that belong to the heritage of the whole or of a great part of the ancient Church...are to be respected by a translation that is as literal as possible."
On Sunday evening, Oswald will instruct those in attendance about the Mass’s language changes. This instruction will be an opportunity for Catholics, and the public, to hear, learn and welcome the new language of the Roman Missal.
New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church holding revival
New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church will hold revival services Monday through Wednesday. Guest evangelists will be the Rev. Jerry Bradden and Bread of Heaven of Morrilton on Monday; the Rev. Artie Williams and Greater Pleasant Branch of Conway on Tuesday; and the Rev. Homer Fairchild and Greater New Freedom of Little Rock on Wednesday. The Rev. William E. Forté Jr. is the host pastor.
Conway’s 2nd Gospel Music Fest set for Sunday
Conway’s second Gospel Music Fest will be 3-8 p.m. Sunday in downtown Conway.
There will be choirs, groups, praise dancers and prizes for this event. Featured performers are the Heavenly Hearts of Dumas, Spiritual Voices of Pine Bluff and Revelation of Pine Bluff, Voices of Victory of Clarksville, with special guest, Chasing Delaware of Little Rock, Delivered of Conway, Sounds of OEM of Benton and more.
Come early and get a close up seat. For vendor and more information, contact 501-908-5742 or 501-329-7142.
‘Explosion’ day for First Baptist Church of Mayflower
Sunday is Sunday school "explosion" day for First Baptist Church of Mayflower. David Bond from the Arkansas Baptist State Convention will be the guest speaker.
With the recent growth of Sunday school attendance, FBC has added three new classes to meet the needs. This Sunday will be High Attendance Day, and new music minister Scott Talley will be introduced. All during the month of September, FBC has been holding Sunday school fellowships, breakfast and potluck meals. This Sunday, there will be a fish fry after worship service in the fellowship hall of the church.