As of Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Missionaries to be at Nazarene church Oct. 13
GRANGEVILLE – The Grangeville Church of the Nazarene will be host to missionaries David and Rhonda Ackerman Saturday, Oct. 13, 6 p.m. The Ackermans will share what God is doing through their lives in Manila. Everyone is welcome. A meet and greet social time with refreshments will take place following the presentation.
National Life Chain Sunday set for Oct. 7
GRANGEVILLE — National Life Chain Sunday will be commemorated in Grangeville Sunday, Oct. 7, 2 p.m., at Heritage Square. This includes the communities of White Bird and Cottonwood.
Participants will line Main Street’s sidewalks from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. to pray for an end to abortion.
“Our purpose is to be a voice for our nation’s preborn children, while holding signs that simply state what we believe to be true about abortion,” said volunteer organizer Angela Riener.
For questions call Riener at 208-451-4715 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Log onto www.nationallifechain.org.
October women’s conference canceled
GRANGEVILLE — The women’s conference set for the Grangeville Christian Reformed Church Oct. 13 is canceled.
Community prayer time set for Oct. 13
GRANGEVILLE – The community is invited to gather for prayer at the Soltman Center (Main Street across from the hospital) in Grangeville at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Public Square Rosary Crusade set for Kamiah
KAMIAH — Area residents are invited to join in praying for the nation at the 2018 Public Square Rosary Rally on Saturday, Oct. 13, at noon.
The Rosary Rally will take place on Highway 12 by the Clearwater Bridge, across from Riverfront Park. The Rosary Rally will be one of thousands being held all across the United States.
Contact Virginia at 208-935-0003 for information.
Turney to speak at Encouragers meeting
GRANGEVLLE — Kelly Turney, director of Hope Center in Grangeville, will speak at The Encouragers Thursday, Oct. 4, at the 11:30 a.m., luncheon at Pizza Factory. She will share the vision of the board and staff of Hope Center for the future.
Turney spoke to Encouragers a few years ago, following a trip to Italy and Ireland, where she and a friend worked on organic farms for room and board and an opportunity to see those countries. She earned a Congressional Award a year ago. Working with Hope Center as a volunteer for over four years was a part of that process.
Last month she was in Las Vegas for a karate completion, where she won a Black Belt award.
Encouragers’ no host luncheon is at 126 West Main Street and is open to all. Contact Irma at 208-983-0927 for information. Debbie Ewing is co-leader.