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The Roots Garden Ministry of Anderson Christian Church will host a dedication service on April 14 at 9 a.m. at the church.
According to the church’s press release, “The Roots Garden Ministry of Anderson Christian Church is a vegetable garden at the church for the community’s food pantry Open Hands. The garden is being grown through volunteer labor from the church and supplies donated by local businesses and individuals. The Dedication Service will be the day we dedicate the garden and plant the first seeds.”
For more information, visit the Roots Garden Ministry Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RootsGardenMinistry.
Westside Community Church
On April 1, Westside Community Church celebrated its fourth year of Homecoming. Special guest singers were Voices Of Praise. There was a special meal prepared and served after the morning service.
On April 8, Westside Community Church held its Easter Sunrise Service at 7 a.m., and breakfast was served after the sunrise service. The children presented their annual Easter program and had an Easter egg hunt after the 11 a.m. service.
April 15: Special guest singers Soul Winners along with Anchor Holds will be singing during the 11 a.m. service.
April 17: Nursing Home Ministry at Heritage Hall beginning at 7 p.m.
April 21: Westside youth will be selling candy bars at Walmart in Lawrenceburg to raise funds for Camp Calvary
April 22: Lift Ladies meeting to be held in the Fellowship Hall at 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study is held every Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m.
Westside Community Church services times are Sunday school at 10 a.m., Sunday morning worship at 11 a.m., and Sunday evening worship at 6 p.m.
New Hope youth plans for
The New Hope Baptist Youth will go on a “Destination Unknown” event April 14, New Hope Baptist Church announced.
Call Chris Harper for details 873-1707.
Event organizers asked that participants “continue saving your ‘change’ and place in the container on the foyer table. This is to subsidize the youth summer camp.”
Contact Wesley Noss or the Rev. Chris Harper with any prayer needs at New Hope Baptist, located at 3825 Tyrone Pike in Versailles, at 873-1707.
The church also welcomes Bailey Shea Young into its church family.
She is a daughter of Natalie and Myles Young, granddaughter of Lynn and Ralph Livingston Jr., and great granddaughter to Nettie and Ralph Livingston Sr.
Camp Calvary offers
summer programs for 2012
Camp Calvary, a Christian youth camp in Washington County, is offering programs for summer 2012.
Programs run from late May through July for kindergarten through college age groups and each has at least two opportunities to attend. Prices vary depending on the week and age of campers, but a regular week will cost $170 and begins on Sunday evening and ends on Friday. Camp Calvary offers regular camp, Wilderness Camp and two off-site camps for high school and college.
Each week offers a different program and is deaned by one of the area ministers or youth minister. According to a press release from Camp Calvary, “They plan their program and select their staff from our Independent Christian Churches. Last year we had 1,023 campers come to 24 different events. Make sure your child doesn’t miss their opportunity to be a part of what we have in store for this summer.”
For more information about Camp Calvary, call 859-375-4376, email at email@example.com or visit the website at campcalvaryky.com.
Fairview Christian opens
25-year time capsule
Fairview Christian Church invites the community for an opening of the church’s 25-year time capsule, buried on the church’s property in 1987, on April 22.
Bro. Billy Ford will preach, and Daughters of the Kings will perform special music for the event.
Sunday school will be held at 10 a.m., and a potluck meal will follow morning worship at 10:45 a.m.
Time capsule items will be read after lunch.
Fairview Christian is located at 1730 Fairview Road.
For more information, contact Bro. Grant Mathes at 502-859-0359.
Local students participate in Baptist All State Children’s Choir
Seven singers from First Baptist Church will perform April 22 with the Kentucky Baptist All State Children’s Choir.
They are Job Bush, Anna Grace Ehr, Clay Ehr, Mollie Fields, Katherine Isaac, Hanna Terry and Isabella Willoughby.
The choir is comprised of students in grades four through six who auditioned for the group.
The performances, which are free, are scheduled for 11 a.m. at Campbellsville Baptist Church and 4 p.m. EDT at First Baptist Church of Bowling Green.
This year, 131 boys and girls from 34 churches are expected to participate in the choir.
For more information, visit the KBC website at www.kybaptist.org find “Kentucky Baptist Convention” on Facebook or follow “kentuckybaptist” on Twitter.