Calendar of Events
May 19, 2013
Michael Card in Concert: Sunday, May 19th from 7-9 p.m at Calvary UMC in Harrisburg. 7175450021
On Fire is a youth rally that takes the gifts that God has blessed us with, and uses them to glorify him on May 19th at 7PM at York Christian Church. Join us in celebrating God’s great love through music, dance, and worship. There will be a skit, dances, a worship band, and a message. Our band will play songs by Switchfoot, The City Harmonic, Gateway Worship, and more. The band is amazing, the message is powerful, and we are all on fire for God. Message: Dennis Ray – Pastor at York Christian Church. (717) 755-1893
Lead vocals: Kevin Koeshartono
Keys: Danny Wilson
Guitar: Matt Himes / Danny Wilson
Bass: Matt Stine
Drums: Kyle Able
Guest vocals: Winona Koeshartono, Brian Jackson, and Brooke Barrett
Two young girls, Emily & Grace, will be playing Christian Bluegrass on Sunday evening May 19 @ 7pm at the Church of God of Landisville. Free event, free will offering taken for the band. Ice cream served too! Community welcome!! 717-898-8144
Experience His passion on the streets of Elizabethtown on May 19th at 6:15PM. Join us in experiencing the compelling story of Jesus in His final hours on earth. Live, outdoors in the streets of our town, starting on East High and Market St. Bring your friends and neighbors for this unique opportunity to see the story of God’s love for us all. 717-286-3974
Sam Rotman is a renowned international concert pianist who has performed over 2400 concerts in 58 countries. He presently performs approximately 110 concerts in 10 countries each year!
Please join us On Sunday, May 19 at 6 pm at Exeter Bible Church in Birdsboro and enjoy this special free concert! 610-582-4191
To get a preview of Sam’s musical abilities visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyBzCkzGDSo&feature=related
A two-part ‘Memorial Day’ program will be held Sunday afternoon, May 19, at historic Boehm’s Chapel to acknowledge the Civil War veterans buried in the adjoining cemetery. The program will begin at 3:00 p.m. inside the chapel with “Flames Across the Susquehanna”, a video-lecture by local author, Glenn Banner. Following a question and answer session with Banner, the program will resume in the cemetery with a roll call of the Civil War veterans and placing of flags.
Descendants of Boehm’s Civil War veterans are invited to attend and place flags on their ancestor’s grave. Flags will be provided. Please contact, email@example.com or phone 717-872-4133 prior to the event. The two-part event is free and open to the public. A love offering will be received to benefit the Columbia Historic Preservation Society.
York Habitat For Humanity is asking the faith community of the York area to come together on Sunday May 19th, at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church at 700 East Market Street for a 3:00 pm Hymn Sing prior to the 4:30 Groundbreaking Celebration. Many local churches are expected to help with the financing and the building of the duplex home in the 400 block of South Albemarle St. St. Mark’s has covenanted with the Building On Faith 2013 project at a full sponsor of one of the two homes and is setting a challenge for fundraising for the second home as well. All are invited to the Hymn Sing and Groundbreaking events.
Teen Challenge Mass Choir at Crossroads Mennonite Church in Lancaster on Sun. May 19th from 10:30AM-12:30PM. Hear God’s saving grace through songs and testimonies. The men and women of Teen challenge are truly the reminding evidence in our belief that every child of God has value and life controlling behavior can be changed through the power of God. 717-406-4483
All are invited to come to Campbelltown UMC on May 19th at 9:00 a.m. to hear The Teen Challenge Choir present a program of gospel music and testimony. We are located at 2760 Horseshoe Pike in Campbelltown, PA. 717-838-4971
Children of the World Choir coming to Linville Hill School, 295 S. Kinzer Rd., Paradise, PA 17562 on Sunday evening, May 19 at 7:00 p.m. World Help’s COTW choir is made up of disadvantaged and orphaned children from several countries around the globe. Through the powerful medium of song, dance, spoken word and creative media, COTW provides a compelling message of hope and opportunity. For more information, contact Timberline Church at 717.687.5118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.