Church Bulletin

Services at Grace UMC
Grace UM Church, 501 Race St., Cambridge will have the following services Sunday:
8:45 a.m. Early Morning Grace with Leader: Gail Skinner. Speaker: Penny Neil, lay servant. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. Baraca Class. Mike Baker and Renee Jeffries, guest singers. Dr. Hines Class. Vernon Hurley, teacher. 11 a.m. Worship with speaker Penny Neil, lay servant. Scripture: Matthew 6:24-34. Message: “Are We Serving Two Masters”

Nazarene Services
At the Cambridge Church of the Nazarene Sunday at 10:45 a.m. Guest speaker, the Rev. Keri E. Lewis of Wollston, Mass., will be preaching. The Rev. Tim Thompson will minister in song.

Two worship services
The Cambridge Wesleyan Church is now offering two services. 8 a.m. Traditional service and 10:45 a.m. a Contemporary service. Sunday,
The church is located at 801 Race St., Cambridge (corner of Race and Washington). Host pastor is Pastor Jack Diehl.

All Roads Lead To New Life!
Please join us each Sunday morning for 10 AM Adult/Children’s Sunday School AND 11 AM for Morning Worship Service. Location: New Life Christian Church and Ministries, 923 Phillips Street, Cambridge, Maryland. Bishop Weldon M. Johnson – Presiding Prelate. FREE WILL offering and open to the public. Come and enjoy the Lord with us! For more information, contact New Life Church at: (410) 221-7853.
All are invited to join us on Wednesday’s at Noon Day as we connect with God through the Power of Prayer AND 6:30 pm for our Bible Study Series—“The Necessity of a Consistent Christian Life.” Location: New Life Christian Church and Ministries, 923 Phillips Street, Cambridge, Maryland. Bishop Weldon M. Johnson – Presiding Prelate. FREE of charge and open to the public. For more information, contact New Life Church at: (410) 221-7853.
It’s Harvest Time!
Harvest Home Celebration Services honoring the First Family of New Life will be held Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 3 PM. Guest Preacher: Pastor Montré Jenkins of New Freedom Christian Church and Ministries in Princess Anne, Maryland AND Sunday, November 26, 2017 at 3 PM. Guest Preacher: Bishop Anthony Dickerson of Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Cambridge, Maryland. Location: New Life Christian Church and Ministries, 923 Phillips Street, Cambridge, Maryland. Bishop Weldon M. Johnson – Presiding Prelate. FREE WILL OFFERING and open to the public. For more information, contact New Life Church at: (410) 221-7853.

Gleaners and Richardson Men
The Gleaners Class of St. Paul’s UM Church in Cambridge will meet Sunday at 9:45 a.m. with Gloria Whaley having the devotions and Dot Bradshaw teaching the lesson.
The Richardson Men’s Class will also convene at 9:45 a.m. with Leon Peters providing the devotion and teaching the lesson.

Annual Homecoming
John Wesley UM Church on Liners Road will have homecoming at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
The messenger for the service will be Elder Craig Mathies of Zion Baptist Church in Cambridge. He will be accomapnied by his choir and congregation.
Dinner will be served beginning at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Roslyn Watts is host pastor. The public is invited.

Homecoming on Sunday
The National Church of God in East New Market will observe its Annual Homecoming on Sunday. At the 10 a.m. service the speaker will be Bishop William Davis.
At 3:30 p.m. Pastor Carla Wongus accompanied by her choir and congregation from the United Deliverance Bible Center in Laurel, Del. will bring the message.
The public is invited. Host pastor is the Rev. William Davis.

Ladies’ Prayer Breakfast
St. Paul’s UM Church, 205 Maryland Ave., Cambridge will host the November’s Ladies Prayer Breakfast at 8 a.m. Saturday. The guest speaker will be June McKelvey.
Come join in for a thankful celebration.
This is a nondenominational event and all are welcome. For more information you may call 410-228-3396.

Men’s Day
The Agape Temple of Praise and Ministries, Inc. will celebrate its 7th Annual Men’s Day at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 26 at th e church at 815 Center St., Cambridge.
The theme is “Lean On Me” One Brother Helping Another.
Guest preacher will be Senior Pastor Apostle Richard Scott of the Grow in Grace Center, Delmar, Md.
A freewill offering will be taken. The public is invited. Host pastor is V. Louise Cornish.

Memorial Service
The public is invited to the Salvation Army on Nov. 29 for a service of music and remembrance at 6 p.m. Dr. William Bair, violinist and Laura Todd, pianist and Captain Kristy Nkanza, flutist, will be the special musical guests. Their music will bless and inspire those in attendance.
The Christmas tree will be decorated with memorial angels.
Refreshments will be served following the service.
The Salvation Army is located at 200 Washington St. The public is invited.

Christmas Bazaar
Waugh Chapel United Methodist Church, 425 High St. in Cambridge, will be hosting their Annual Christmas Bazaar on Dec. 2, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be Christmas crafts, flea market tables, tricky tray and more just in time for your holiday purchases.
Breakfast will be sold to eat in or carry out. Tables to sell your crafts or gently used items are available for $10. The Rev. James C. Whitaker is the host pastor.
For additional information contact Celestine Dorsey at 410-228-9237, Jean Ford at 229-0994, or the church at 410-228-5189.

Mt. Sinai Homecoming
The Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Churh, 839Park Lane, Cambridge will celebrate its Annual Homecoming at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 5.
Mt. Sinai was erected in 1926.
Preacher of the hour will be Bishop Charles Cephas of the Full Gospel Church of God in Hurlock.
Host pastor is Clarence Rochester. The public is invited.

Praise and Christmas Concert
The St. Paul’s Praise Team of St. Paul’s UM Church in Cambridge will present a Praise and Christmas concert at 7 p.m. on Dec. 3 at the church at 205 Maryland Ave., Cambridge.
The public is invited to join in for an evening of special praise and worship and a celebration of the Christmas season in song. A love offering will be taken to support the local Cambridge Cold Weather Shelter.
For more information contact CCWS at 410-726-4064 or St. Paul’s at 410-228-1424. Make checks payable to : Cambridge Cold Weather Shelter, Inc. a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization.

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