BLACK HISTORY: Beulah Baptist Church, 570 Sherwood Ave., Youngstown, will host a Black Historical past Month program at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 19 with visitor speaker, Rev. Artis Henderson. Dancers, singing and African readings can be carried out. A 1 p.m. dinner will comply with the 11 a.m. service.
WHITE MASS: Bishop David J. Bonnar of the Diocese of Youngstown, would be the principal celebrant for the twenty seventh annual White Mass at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 19 at St. Columba Cathedral, 154 W. Wooden St., Youngstown. The White Mass is hosted in recognition, celebration and gratitude for all well being care, psychological well being and therapeutic professionals. For data, contact 330-744-8451 ext. 272.
CONCERT PLANNED: Hubbard Church of the Nazarene, 1815 Cherry Lane Drive SE, could have Jonathan White in live performance at 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Feb. 12. White has been singing since he was a baby and has carried out from the Grand Ole Opry to the Invoice Gaither Homecoming Live performance Collection. A love providing for White’s ministry can be obtained. White additionally could have CDs of his music obtainable to buy.
CONCERT SET: Christ Episcopal Church in Warren will host internationally acclaimed live performance organist Nathaniel Gumbs in a recital at 4 p.m. Sunday.
Gumbs has carried out at venues in the USA and overseas. He’s director of chapel music at Yale College, the place he coordinates music for 3 worshiping communities: the College Church in Battell Chapel, and at Yale Divinity College at each Marquand Chapel and Berkeley Divinity College. He earned his physician of musical arts diploma from the Eastman College of Music. A reception will comply with the live performance, which is free.
GUEST SPEAKERS: First Presbyterian Church of Warren, 256 Mahoning Ave. NW, will provide a program on habit consciousness after the ten a.m. service Sunday in fellowship corridor.
The presenters can be Dr. John Sorboro of Mercy Well being / Bon Secours Hospital in Youngstown and Marc Lee Shannon, a singer / songwriter who will focus on understanding habit. Sorboro will communicate from his perspective as an habit specialist after which he’ll introduce Shannon, who will communicate from his perspective as somebody who has skilled habit and now is ready to share his story with others. He’s on his eighth 12 months of sobriety. Shannon has a e-book titled “Sober Chronicles: My Journey of Discovery on the Highway to Restoration,” which was printed in 2022.
INSTALLATION: The Rev. Heidi Holst, new pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, 2860 E. Market St., Warren, can be put in formally because the church’s new pastor at 3 p.m. Sunday. Holst had beforehand served as pastor to church buildings in southern Ohio earlier than coming to Trumbull County.
CHILI COOKOFF: St. Joseph Parish in Austintown will host a chili cookoff at 5:30 p.m. at the moment. A pie public sale additionally will happen.
VALENTINE DANCE: St. Paul Lutheran Church in Warren will host a Valentine Dance from 6 to 9 p.m. Feb. 11 with music by Kovac and Zolka Band. Meals can be obtainable. Value is $10 on the door.
ITALIAN NIGHT: Our Girl of Mount Carmel Church in Niles will host an Italian Evening at 6 p.m. March 18 at Vernon’s Cafe. Music can be by Dominic Tocco and the Brotherhood. It additionally will function a cookie desk, basket raffle and 50-50 raffle. Tickets can be found after Mass and on the church workplace. The occasion is a
main fundraiser for the church.
TORAH STUDY FOR CHRISTIANS: Torah Examine for Christians can be 1 to three p.m. Feb. 15 at Villa Maria Training and Spirituality Middle. A freewill providing can be accepted. Presenters are the Rev. George Balasko, Jesse McClain and Rabbi Joseph Schonberger.
CLAIMS OF CHRIST: A brand new collection titled “Who’s This Jesus?” can be provided beginning midday Tuesday on the Cortland Library, 578 Lakeview Drive. The free eight-week class can be led by Pastor Dan Barker. To register, name 330-637-1421.
WARM HEARTS: Catholic Charities has created the Heat Hearts for Heat Properties marketing campaign, previously Maintain the Children Heat, in response to the financial recession impacting many households. Heat Hearts for Heat Properties goals to supply utility help in the course of the winter months to households with youngsters, working poor adults and older adults on fastened incomes. Info on methods to assist the marketing campaign can be found on the web site www.ccdoy.org. Checks and donations may be despatched to Catholic Charities, 144 W. Wooden St., Youngstown, OH
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