Immanuel Women will host fall bazaar today

The Women of Immanuel Lutheran Church will host their annual fall bazaar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at 3801 Cunningham Road, Killeen.

Handmade crafts, baby clothes, jewelry, mosaic pieces, woven baskets, nativities, quilts, photos and cards will be available.

The popular Sweet Shop, soups and sandwiches will be available all day.

Proceeds go to local charities and global ministries.

Ladies of Charity’s holiday bazaar set today, Sunday

Harker Heights Ladies of Charity will have a holiday bazaar today and Sunday at St. Paul’s Parish Center at 2412 Stillhouse Road.

The hours will be 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. today and 8 to 11 a.m. Sunday.

There will be a variety of items for sale to include handmade crafts, baked goods, books, jewelry, fabric, Christmas, religious gifts, and many other items, along with a holiday raffle.

All proceeds go to help those living in poverty and needing help in local communities. For more information, call Jane Barr at 254-690-8255 or Carolyn Hernandez at 254-458-1766.

Church marking pastor, wife’s anniversary

God’s Holy Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, 506 Supt. E.M. Green St. in Killeen, will celebrate its pastor and wife’s 33rd Anniversary at 7:30 p.m. today and at 4 p.m. Nov. 6.

Supt. Gilbert Gillum of Living Word COGIC will be the speaker tonight. Bishop William Jenkins, Holy Temple of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ of the Apostle Faith in Belton, will be the speaker on Sunday evening.

For more information, call 254-699-1662.

Ladies In Prayer Station set to meet today

The Ladies In Prayer Station will meet at the Courtyard by Marriott today, beginning at 9 a.m.

A second prayer will begin at 5 p.m.

LIPS will be a part of the helping the hands that feed the homeless during the evening program that is spearheaded by Missionary Theresa Anderson.

Call Mother Lillian Billie 254-466-7463 or Mother Shirley Deal.

Anyone who needs a ticket is asked to contact me Lillian Billie. A $35 donation is requested.

Killeen church plans to host Craft Fair today

Grace Lutheran Church of Killeen will hold a Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today.

The event will include handmade crafts, books, cookies and various vendors such as Agnes & Dora, Armadillo Tie Dye, Bead for Life, LuLaRoe, The Rugged Cross Shop, Scentsy, Stampin’ Up, Youique, and more.

The church is at 1007 Bacon Ranch Road.

Women with Power revival set for Nov. 10-12

Praise and Deliverance House of Prayer will host its annual citywide Women with Power Revival on Nov. 10-12 in downtown Killeen.

The theme is Mirror Mirror (2 Corinthians 3:18/James 1:22-23.)

Thursday’s speaker will be Prophetess Lindy Jones of Kingdom Heirs Ministries in Killeen.

Friday’s speaker is first lady Tramita Reid of Kingdom Life Church in Killeen.

Saturday’s speaker will be Mother Mariam Willis of House of Worship in Killeen.

The revival will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Special music will be provided by various churches.

The public is invited.

The church is at 315 N. Gray St. Senior pastor is Bishop Robert Fletcher.

For more information, call Missionary Dorothy Fletcher at 254-289-2922 or Missionary Verline Gordon at 254-290-2295.

Adult Bible study class registering members

The Temple-Belton Community Bible Study adult evening class is registering members for the fall/spring 30-week interdenominational Bible study of Isaiah.

The class meets Mondays from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the small sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Belton, at Sixth and Main streets, Belton.

An introductory class will be held for anyone interested in learning more about Community Bible Study.

Individuals may choose to participate in core groups for men, women or married couples. Each week participants receive a reading commentary on the previous week’s topic and a set of questions to work on each day covering the next week’s reading.

These questions are discussed in small groups of about 15. Following the small groups there is a short teaching over the same section of Scripture.

The class will break for Christmas and spring vacations and finish at the first of May 2017.

For more information, call the class coordinator at 254-773-1842.

Hope Pregnancy Center plans prayer gathering

All residents are invited to attend the monthly citywide time of prayer at Hope Pregnancy Center in Killeen.

From 7 to 8 p.m. Monday, participants will petition the Lord on behalf of the unborn in the spirit of biblical unity.

HPC is in Southpointe Center directly south of the Copper Mountain post office on W.S. Young Drive in suite 301-C.

For more information, call Pat at 681-5823.

Sign up for Thanksgiving baskets by Nov. 16

Nov. 16 is the deadline to sign up for Thanksgiving baskets being offered by True Deliverance Ministries in Killeen.

Individuals must sign up in person. Limit one basket per family.

For more information, call Sister Keia Mitchell at 254-634-6907.

Recovery group meets weekly at Killeen church

Faith and Recovery Group meetings for alcoholism are from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays in the Fellowship Hall at Second Street Baptist Church, 1602 N. Second St., Killeen.

Call Robert Lawrence at 254-291-4957 for more information.

Free breakfast offered 2nd Saturday of month

Second Street Baptist Church in Killeen offers a free breakfast to the public every second Saturday of the month at the Moss Rose Community Center, 1103 E. Avenue E, Killeen.

The next breakfast is from 9 to 11 a.m. Nov. 12.

For more information, call Ryan Bellamy at 254-338-3259.

Killeen church accepting resumes for pastor

Simmonsville Missionary Baptist Church is now accepting resumes for the pastorship position.

The deadline for all resumes is Dec. 15.

You may mail them to P.O. Box 1361, Killeen, TX 76540 or Email:smbc1951@hot.rr.com.

For all questions concerning this position, call 254-699-1956.

Church to hand out boxes containing food

Destiny World Outreach Center in Killeen is holding a Feed the 5,000 day on Nov. 20, from 6 p.m. or until all the boxes are gone.

No ID or proof of any sort is required.

Recipients can drive up in their car and receive a box with many good, fresh foods for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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