Faith Bible Chapel to hold women's bible studyFaith Bible Chapel in Cochranville invites ladies of all denominations to a weekly bible study every Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 11 a.m. An opening program will be held on Sept. 17 with guest speaker Michelle Forwood, Client Services Director of Gap Women's Center, Cornerstone Pregnancy Care Services.

The group will be doing a 9-week study on the book of James beginning Sept. 24. This is an informal discussion group, a time to get to know other ladies and learn from God's work. The chapel will also be offering a Tuesday evening study at 7 p.m. For more information call Debby at (610) 593-6963.

Faith Bible Chapel is located off Route 41, 1/4 mile south of Route 10 in Cochranville.

Upper Octorara Presbyterian to hold craft fair

Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church will hold its 18th Annual Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fall and Christmas crafts, baked goods, plants and dried flowers, and collectibles will be featured. Barry's cinnamon Buns and lunch will also be sold. Parking and admission are free. The fair benefits mission projects.

The church is located on Route 10, one mile south of Route 30 and one mile north of Parkesburg.

Medema in concert

Pastor Bob Coats, Pastor of Parkesburg Baptist Church, announces that their Central Union Association of American Baptist Churches will celebrate 300 years of Baptist History (1707-2007) on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 3 - 6 p.m.

Ken Medema, considered one of the top Christian musicians in our country, will present a concert at the Octorara High School Auditorium, 228 Highland Road, Atglen. Ken Medema, Blind Muscian, Composer, Songwriter, Singer, Keyboardist, will present a concert for all ages.

A Medema Concert is a must-see, life-changing experience that you will not want to miss! Tickets for the 1,000-seat auditorium are available at the price of $15 for Adults and $5 for students. Please tell your church about it. For information and ticket sales, please contact Parkesburg Baptist Church at (610) 857-9135 or e-mail bdcoats@verizon.net.

For more information and to listen to a sample of his music, visit Ken's website at www.kenmedema.com.

Join the best at Camilla's Oktoberfest

The Camilla Hall Oktoberfest will be held on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the grounds of Camilla Hall. A variety of opportunities will be offered, including delicious food, entertainment, children's games, hay rides, White Elephant sale items, crafts, and more.

Proceeds will benefit Camilla Hall Nursing Home for the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (I.H.M).

Camillla Hall Nursing Home is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton. For more information contact Sister Susan Cronin at (610) 647-4400 ext. 3273 or Sister Rose Mulligan at (610) 889-1553 ext. 238.

Healing service opens at Alpha and Omega Ministries, Christiana

Alpha and Omega Ministries is sponsoring monthly healing services the last Saturday of each month at 6 p.m. at its ministry center at 191 Upper Valley Road, Christiana. "Every New Testament Christian church should expect to see healings and miracles following the preaching of the Gospel, as Jesus said in the Gospel of Mark, Chapter 16," Alpha and Omega's minister, Frank Testa, said. "We believe Jesus heals today, and many people in the Lancaster area are very much in need of His healing. Jesus said if we would believe, we would see the glory of God. Healing is all part of the saving power of God," Testa said.

Livingstone Kamau, a Kenyan pastor who has been ministering healing and deliverance in the U.S. for the past four years, will be conducting the healing service monthly at Alpha and Omega. A well-known pastor in the City of Nairobi, Kenya, for many years, Pastor Kamau has traveled the U.S. manifesting the power of Jesus Christ to heal people of all kinds of sicknesses and to set people free from the oppression of the devil.

The monthly meetings at Alpha and Omega ministries are free and open to all who need healing and deliverance.

Book Group to meet

Looking for a book group with interesting, stimulating and thoughtful discussions? Join us every month in St. Joseph's Hall at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension, Second Ave. & West St. in Parkesburg (across from Minch Park & library). The next meeting will be held Sunday, September 7 at 7 pm. September's selection is 'I am the Clay' by Chaim Potok. Call the church for more information 610-857-9176.

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