Mill Creek fish fry this Saturday

The Mill Creek Baptist Church Alaska Mission Team is having a fish fry on Saturday, May 20 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. The menu will consist of fish, parsley potatoes, cole slaw and a corn muffin. Tickets are $8 for eat in or carry out. A beverage will be provided for those eating in.

Homemade desserts also will be for sale.

Tickets are available by calling (540) 797-2304 or (540) 797-2673. You may also purchase a ticket from a team member or by calling the church office at 992-3474 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets are recommended.

 

Mt. Olivet Spring Bazaar Saturday

The Spring Bazaar at Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, 26310 Lee Highway, Buchanan, is Saturday, May 20 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be available. There will be a yard sale, and items made by the Mount Olivet Quilters will be available. Music will be presented by Dennis Dunbar and Bernard Thomas.

 

Pleasant Hill Movie Night at Buchanan Theatre

Pleasant Hill Baptist will host a Movie Night at Buchanan Theatre on Sunday, May 21 at 6 p.m.

The movie, “The Case for Christ,” is the story of journalist Lee Strobel, who was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren’t going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslie’s newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed—or didn’t believe—as an avowed atheist.

Utilizing his journalistic and legal training, Lee begins a quest to debunk the claims of Christianity in order to save his crumbling marriage. Chasing down the biggest story of his career, Lee comes face-to-face with unexpected results that could change everything he knows to be true.

Tickets are $3 each and can be purchased at the door. Transportation is available from the church and from The Glebe. Contact the church line to sign up for transportation at 992-5556.

 

Month-long sale at Solomon’s Mission

Solomon’s Mission in Buchanan, as a thank you to the community for its support, will have a sale the whole month of May– buy one bag of clothing get one free.

It is open every Monday and Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon.

 

Mt. Bethel Cemetery seeks funds

Donations are requested for the upkeep of Mt. Bethel Cemetery near Eagle Rock. Send donations to Etta Alexander, P.O. Box 5, Eagle Rock, 24085.

 

Andrew Chapel Cemetery donations sought

Mowing season is here and donations for the maintenance of the Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery are welcome. Donations may be sent to Andrew Chapel Cemetery Fund at P.O. Box 998, Buchanan, 24066. No contribution is too small and all are greatly appreciated.

 

Springwood Cemetery needs donations

Springwood Baptist Church Cemetery needs donations for mowing and other maintenance that the cemetery requires.

Anyone wanting to make a donation can do so by sending a check to Springwood Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 88 Copps Hill Road, Buchanan, 24066.

 

Sharing God’s Grace meets May 16

Bingo will be the program for the May meeting of Sharing God’s Grace at Wheatland Lutheran Church. The meeting will begin at noon on Tuesday, May 16 with lunch served by the ladies of the church. Bingo will follow lunch and small prizes will be awarded to the winning cards. The community is invited to enjoy a few hours of fellowship, good food, and an entertaining game of bingo. The church is located at 1560 Wheatland Road, Buchanan. Call 992-5403 to make a reservation and get directions to the church.

 

‘Walk Thru the Pentateuch’ at Colonial

Colonial Baptist Church in Blue Ridge invites the public to the 10-week summer series “Walk Thru the Pentateuch” with Bruce Wilkinson.

The Wednesday evening series begins May 31 with a church-wide meal at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday, followed by “Walk Thru the Pentateuch” at 7 p.m. A workbook is available, but not required, at a cost of $10. Contact the church before May 21 to order a workbook.

The first five books of the Bible contain some of the most fascinating stories about God and His people. In “Walk Thru the Pentateuch,” participants will discover the truth about the God of the Old Testament, the tenderness of His affection, the heights of His holiness, and the selflessness of His mercy.

This is an opportunity to really understand the books all too often overlooked.

In addition to this weekly series for adults, the church is offering summer programs for teens and children.

Colonial Baptist Church is located at 221 Hillcrest Street in Blue Ridge. For more information, call 977-5683.

 

 

First Baptist yard, bake sales

The First Baptist Church of Fincastle Missionary Ministry will be sponsoring a flea market and bake sale on Saturday, June 3, from 6:30 a.m.-2 p.m. The flea market will take place on the church grounds located at 6529 Blue Ridge Turnpike, Fincastle. If anyone is interested in securing a space to sell, a love offering of $10 per space is required. Tents and umbrellas are allowed. Contact Carolyn at 540-392-5959 if interested in selling. Everyone is welcome.

 

Mt. Pleasant UMC ice cream supper

Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church (White Church) will hold its annual ice dream supper fundraiser on Saturday, June 24, beginning at 5 p.m. Available will be plate lunches (choice of chicken or ham), hot dogs with homemade chili, homemade desserts and ice cream. All are invited. To reach Mt. Pleasant, turn on Old Fincastle Road just outside of Fincastle, go past the Brian Center (Kissito), left onto Mt. Pleasant Church Road and follow signs to the church.

 

Vendors sought to Craft Expo

Bonsack Baptist Church is accepting Christmas vendor applications for its first Craft Expo, scheduled on Saturday, Nov. 4. Applications are available online at bonsackbaptist.org/event. If you need a paper application or more information, email Marquita Brown at mbrown385@gmail.com. Applications turned in by July 1.

The Craft Expo will be held in the church’s new Community Life Center at 4845 Cloverdale Road, Roanoke.