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 email@example.com
April 29 - Many religions exists in the world, all claiming to hold the truth about who we are, how we got here, what we’re doing, and where we’re going. We will explore the claims of Christ in the gospel and consider how these claims inform the way we understand religions in the world and impact the way we live when surrounded by varied believers with diverse belief systems. This event is a simulcast, meaning that everyone participating in this world-wide gathering will watching the same broadcast at the same time no matter where the event being held. There will be worship through singing, learning, praying and fellowship. Snacks will be provided. This is an open event, anyone can come for any amount of time. So please invite anyone you think may be interested. For more information you can contact First Baptist Church of Freeport directly by phone: (207) 865-4404 or by visiting our website at: http://firstbaptistchurchoffreeport.com/home/ OR Visit the secret church website at: http://www.radical.net/secret-church
National Day of Prayer Events, May 5th
***National Day of Prayer Portland will be held from 11:30 AM till 1:00 PM at Monument Square on Congress Street in Portland, Thursday May 5th, 2016. All are welcome.
***The annual Oxford Hills regional National Day of Prayer event will take place this year at the Norway Church of the Nazarene located at 10 Grove Street in Norway. The starting time for this evening gathering is 7 PM. Several different area pastors and other leaders will be offering up prayer. Special music will be provided by the music department of Oxford Hills Christian Academy.
May 5 National Day of Prayer – Capitol Observance ,Thursday, May 5, 2016 The National Day of Prayer – State Capitol Observance will be held in the Maine State House, Hall of Flags from 9:00 AM- 11:00 AM. Join us as we lift up the needs of our counties and their Government Leaders. Join with a Legislative Representative for each county as we cover the state of Maine in prayer. In partnership with the Maine Legislative Prayer Caucus, meet members, hear a word from their hearts, and be informed of current efforts like the “In God We Trust. Put It Up!” for information call (207) 310-1481
May 7 – Why Jesus? Conference is a one time, one day, all day apologetics conference on the evidence for Christian faith with key note speakers Ravi Zacharias, Lee Strobel and more. The conference will be held at Cross Insurance Convention Center and Arena, 515 Main St. Bangor, ME. Doors open at 7:30am, and the event concludes at 9:15pm. Registration is $15. For more information, call (207) 561-8300 or go to www.whyjesus2016.org. Click here to register.
May 7 - Plant and Yard Sale Falmouth Congregational Church, UCC 267 Falmouth Road next to Town Hall
Saturday, May 7 9am – Noon Perennials, annuals, vegetables, Books, White Elephant items, Crafts
Rent a table for your sales: $10 Rent a parking space for your trunk sales: $10
Something for everyone! Great prices! Contact FCCdesk@maine.rr.com 781-3413
May 13 - The Falmouth Congregational Church Coffee House, 267 Falmouth Road in Falmouth will feature the talents of Katherine Rhoda. The show starts at 6.30. Hot beverages and snacks will be available . This is an all-ages program and a free will offering will be collected. FMI: 781-3413
May 14 - First Choice Pregnancy Center’s 6th Annual “Be Strong” Walk for Life.
Registration is at 8 am, 9 am is the 2 mile walk, Rain or Shine at the Head of Falls on Front Street in Waterville. Prizes for the Youth Group Team Challenge and Individual Adult Challenge of most pledge dollars raised. Go to our Facebook page First Choice Pregnancy Resource Center for information and a link to online registration or call us at 872-5070 for registration forms and pledge sheets. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org
First Choice provides women and men accurate information to make informed choices about pregnancy, intimate health and relationships in a safe, caring and compassionate environment. First Choice offers free pregnancy tests, limited obstetrical ultrasound, consultation on pregnancy options and a range of prenatal and parenting classes.
May 21 - Rain or shine, the Annual Wolfe’s Neck Farm Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, May 21st between 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, at Wolfe’s Neck Farm. A great selection of perennials, annuals, herbs and seedlings, from full shade to full sun, will be available. All plants are donated by volunteers, friends and neighbors. Local Master Gardeners will be present to answer questions about your plants and your garden. Anyone wishing to donate plants should bring them to the farm on Friday May 20th between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Anyone wishing to contribute but needs help digging should contact Tim Lewis at email@example.com. Volunteers are sought for both days, and can contact Tim with interest.
May 27 - Loving Our Homeless Neighbors: who are they and how can we “help’?
N.E.T.S. – New England Transitional Support will be offering will be offering another
Community Education Series Thursday, May 26, 7pm Christchurch, 1900 Congress Street, Portland FMI visit www.nets1network.org
An exciting panel of speakers will address the Homeless situation in the Greater Portland area:
• Terra Snyder, Oxford Street Shelter
• Matthew Perry, Community Education & Prevention Coordinator at Family Crisis Shelter
• Wayne Dubar, Liaison for Homeless Voices for Justice, homeless for the past 15 years
May 28 - THE LUMBER RIVER QUARTET, Southern Gospel, will be returning for their 10th visit to Bible Believing Baptist Church, 92 Center Rd., Gray. They’ll be in concert on Sat., May 28th, at 7:00 p.m., and participating in the morning service on the 29th. They are loved and anticipated here, and we’d love to have a full house for the concert! Please invite others, and attend for an evening of inspiration and entertainment.
May 28 Saturday and Sunday, May 29, 2016 Faith Temple Christian Fellowship Everyone is welcome to special Memorial Day Weekend services featuring guest evangelist Rev. Morton Bustard from Louisiana Saturday, May 28 at 6 p.m. and Sunday, May 29 at 11 a.m. at Faith Temple Christian Fellowship, 1914 Congress St., Portland, just east of the Jetport entrance. Spanish translation is available, and the building is handicapped-accessible. For more information: www.apostolicfaithtemple.com or 773-6334. A great way to spiritually start the summer with Spirit-anointed preaching, prayer, and music! http://www.apostolicfaithtemple.com for more information call (207) 773-6334
June 11 - Southern Maine Black Sheep HDFC presents the 10th Annual Biker Breakfast, Bike Blessing and Bike Show, June 11th at the Hollis Center Baptist Church, Rt. 202 in Hollis Center. Free Breakfast, event pin and door prizes as well as prizes for the bike show! Bike Show registration begins at 8.30..the event begins at 9. FMI: 318-5274