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As a Christian do you long to see God move in your life like He did in the Bible? Well, come join us on Wednesday evenings at Grace Ministries International Church in Brentwood NH. We will be discussing what is prophecy…from Biblical prophecy to personal prophesy and you too may be a prophetic person. Prophecy is a flow of the Holy Spirit to the minds and hearts of men. For too long the church has forgotten the longing of God’s heart when He sent His son, Jesus has never changed he is the SAME, yesterday, today, and forever! What He did two-thousand years ago he will do today. Service begins at 263 Route 125, Brentwood, NH (Across from Bessie’s) at 7:00pm in our prayer room called the King’s Chamber. FMI-603-642-7848.  

GriefShare is a grief support group that provides help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. This group features biblical concepts for healing from your grief. You can learn more at griefshare.org. We will be meeting weekly at First Baptist Church of Waldoboro from 6:15-8:15 beginning on March 2, 2016. Childcare is provided. Contact Kim Bruno for more information. 542-0131 or kimm655@yahoo.com


VICTORY THROUGH THE STEPS – a new recovery program that will meet in the First Baptist Church gym each Friday from 7-8:30 p.m. These will be God centered meetings based on the book, The Twelve Steps for Christians a book based on biblical teachings, the    ‘12-steps’ and Christ’s love to all hurting people through recovery. We welcome anyone wishing to attend. FMI contact Terri Pizzo 318-6055 or Ed Crooker 899-5915.FBC is located at 360 Canco Road, Portland, Maine 04103





July19th to the 25th  Open Door Bible Baptist Church Tent Revival Meetings! Revival in America starts in our homes and churches! Join us at 6PM each night. See our website for more details. 26 Gartley St. Lisbon, ME 04250 http://www.odbbc.com  (207) 353-2268

July 23 - 3rd Annual Pancake Breakfast, Enterprise Grange #48 in Richmond, on July 23 from 7-10 AM. Featuring Pankcakes, Eggs, sausage, coffee, tea and juice. $6.00 per person, kids under 3 are free. FMI:enterprisegrange@gmail.com

July 25-29th Vacation Bible School(VBS) is being hosted by Crossroads Community Baptist Church (Lincolnville) on July 25-29th from 5:30 – 8pm.  It is free for ALL children from 3yrs old to 6th grade – you don’t have to be part of the church to be able to come and have fun! The theme this year is “DEEP SEA DISCOVERY” – learning God is with me wherever I go! Children ages 3yrs old to 6th grade will enjoy singing, bible study, crafts, games and refreshments.  It’s a great time for the kids to have a safe place to go, meet new friends and grow as children of a Loving God. Vacation Bible Study will be held at 2266 Lincolnville Road in Lincolnville. For more information call Marian Pouchot 207-763-3551

July 25th to July 29th Fayette Baptist Church  Go spelunking through dark caves with Jesus as your light at Cave Quest Vacation Bible School! Kids learn Jesus is the one who lights our way and gives us hope for each new day. His love illuminates when the path is dark. Cave Quest VBS encourages kids to follow Jesus where ever he will lead them! Cost: FREE Time: 8:00 am – 12:00pm Ages: Prek to 5th grade To register: Call 207-685-9492 or pick up a registration form at the church to pre-register or you can register on the first day of VBS (25TH).

July 29, 30 and 31 “Incrediworld,” will be presented on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights at 7:00 on July 29, 30 and 31. This wonderful musical drama will be presented at the New Hope Baptist Church, 268 Perham Street in Farmington. An exciting story, fun songs, and elaborate set helps make this a FREE family event you won’t want to miss!  For more information call 778-9696.


August 1, 2016 to Thursday, August 4, 2016 TnT Bible Church will be going on a Cave Quest Expedition for this year’s Vacation Bible School. You are invited to join us for an over-the-top underground adventure this summer beginning Monday, August 1through Thursday, August 4 from 6 pm to 8 pm. Kids, ages 4-11, will explore the rock-solid foundation of Jesus’ Love on this courageous and captivating quest! Kids will discover that Jesus gives us hope; courage; direction; and love! Kids will participate in songs, crafts, games, and snacks, and go on deep Bible quests to hear the Word of God. Again, the brightest days of the summer start Monday, August 1 through Thursday, August 4, from 6 to 8 pm. TnT Bible Church is located at 213 Foreside Road in Topsham. For more information, please call the Church office, at 725-4680 or visit us on the web at tntbible.org.

August 4 Maine Street Baptist ChurchVacation Bible School – a fun (and free) four days of Christian summer day camp – will be held on August 1 – 4, 2016, from 9 am until 12 noon, at Maine Street Baptist Church. All children from kindergarten to sixth grade are welcome. There will be arts and crafts, music, Bible study, recreation and snacks.For more information or to pre-register your child, call the Church at 725-7303. Maine Street Baptist is located in Brunswick on Upper Maine Street across from Parkview Adventist Medical Center. kathytodd100@gmail.com  (207) 725-7303

August 8 - The Augusta Community Blood Drive will take place at the Penney Memorial Church from 1 P.M.-7 P.M.

August 12 - Hope Haitian Choir will be performing at the Farmington Baptist Church on August 12tha t6.30 PM.  Hope Haitian Choir is a group of 15 children and 5 accompanying adults from Haiti will arrive in Boothbay on July 20, ready to share their music in both English and Creole. These youngsters will be living with families in the Boothbay region for about a week while they intensely rehearse in preparation for a 25+ concert tour from Maine to New Jersey. The Hope Haitian Choir’s mission statement is: to speak hope to America through the faith testimonies of those from Haiti and to give hope to Haiti through spiritual development and by practically helping them with education, food, water, medical care and other basic needs, always glorifying the name of Jesus Christ. People will have an opportunity to share monetarily at the concerts to benefit projects in Haiti, such as starting a school this fall and helping to feed the members of the choir. For more information, you can check out the choir’s website: www.hopehaitian.com.