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TRANSFORM your Children’s Ministry Conference set for Oct. 13

Is it possible for a church to be cool, relevant, and supernatural?

This relevant, Spirit-filled children’s ministry conference will show you how!

Kids have changed a lot in the past twenty years. If we want children to develop a strong faith, then we must speak their language, and yet many churches are refusing to change. Is it possible for a church to be cool, relevant, and supernatural? Absolutely! In today’s culture, our kids don’t need less of God’s Spirit; they need more.

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TRANSFORM your Children’s Ministry Conference set for Oct. 13

Is it possible for a church to be cool, relevant, and supernatural?

This relevant, Spirit-filled children’s ministry conference will show you how!

Kids have changed a lot in the past twenty years. If we want children to develop a strong faith, then we must speak their language, and yet many churches are refusing to change. Is it possible for a church to be cool, relevant, and supernatural? Absolutely! In today’s culture, our kids don’t need less of God’s Spirit; they need more.

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Parenting from Biblical perspective topic of seminar

Looking for insight on how to raise children from a Biblical perspective? A Parenting Seminar, which will discuss such and communicate strategies to parents of children ages 2-18, will be held at Kenosha First Assembly on Friday, June 8.

With guidance and insights from the National Center for Biblical Parenting, participants will learn about practical strategies to raise children that will follow and serve God.

Tickets are $20 each, or $30 per couple. Tickets are available at the church 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, 10700 – 75th St., in Kenosha, or by visiting www.kenoshafirst.com. For more information, please contact Children and Family Ministries at (262) 694-3300, or e-mail rhogan@kenoshafirst.com.

Somers Community United Church of Christ to host fundraiser

Somers Community United Church of Christ, 9918 12th Street (Highway E and 100th Avenue) is having a Birthday Luncheon fundraiser on May 7 beginning at noon.

Tickets are $12 per person and you can call 859-2540 to reserve your tickets.

This event has been held at Somers Church for many years.  The 12 tables representing the months are beautifully decorated and the lunch is always tasty.  There is also a raffle of a homemade quilt and hanging baskets.

Cub Scout Pack 583 hosting breakfast and bake sale

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Cub Scout Pack 583 will host a Pancake Breakfast and Bake Sale from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., on Sunday, March 6 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 7104 39th Ave.

Tickets are $6 each.

Boy Scout Troop to host pancake and porky breakfast

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Boy Scout Troop 525 will be hosting a pancake and porky breakfast, Sunday, Feb. 27, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 7104 39th Ave., Kenosha.

The breakfast will take place from 10 a.m. to noon.

Tickets are $5, with those 3 years old and younger free.

Event aims to help prevent foreclosure

A Kenosha foreclosure prevention event will be held Friday, Dec. 10, from 1 to 7:30 p.m., at St. Mary’s Lutheran Church, 2001 80th St., Kenosha.

If you are facing foreclosure you can get the help you need  free.

Lenders and Housing Counselors will be available to:

  • Conduct loan workout sessions.
  • Provide information about financial literacy programs.

Full details including what you need to bring can be viewed here.

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