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- Disciple Women of Drake Avenue Christian Church
Event to honor service Sunday, Oct. 21
On Sunday, Oct. 21 Grace Tabernacle Baptist Church at 914 N. Park Ave. in Centerville will be hosting an all day event honoring people in service to our community.
Lunch program serves more than 2,000 meals
For the fourth consecutive year, the Appanoose County Summer Lunch Program provided free meals to children and accompanying adults every weekday from the end of school to the beginning of the new school year.
Truth Project changes location
Centerville Baptist Fellowship is presenting a series called “The Truth Project,” an in depth look at absolute truth as presented in the Bible.
No weekly meal due to holiday
Appanoose County Weekly Meals will not be held Monday, Sept. 3 due to Labor Day. It will resume Monday, Sept. 10.
- Food through Faith
Grace Tabernacle Baptist Church Boyer Scholarship
The “corpus” for the Gene and Vera Boyer Endowed Scholarship Fund was provided through the will of the late Gene Boyer. It was his desire that the money be used to help any person selected by the Board of Trustees of Grace Tabernacle Church to attend a Christian college. It was to this end that the majority of his estate was dedicated.
Revival event at Centerville Church of the Nazarene
A revival event will be held at Centerville Church of the Nazarene Sept. 9-12. Events will be held Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and in the evenings at 7 p.m.
- Appanoose County Weekly Meals Menu
Back to school bash at Centerville Assembly of God Church
Centerville Assembly of God's All-Stars ministries will host a back to school bash Saturday Aug. 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., sprinkles or shine. Completely family friendly fun.
- Exploring ‘biblical truth’
Six-week Bible study at First Baptist Church
A Bible study will be held beginning Aug. 21.
- Missionaries visit Centerville
Learning you might be wrong
This summer, I've been preaching a sermon series on the Apostle Paul. He wrote many of the letters in the New Testament, and he started quite a few churches. Paul was responsible for much of the spread of Christianity in its early days.
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