Brilliant UMC plans 'Never Ending Pasta and Salad Bar' on March 4
Brilliant United Methodist Church will hold its annual "Never Ending Pasta and Salad Bar" on March 4 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the church, which is located at 525 LaBelle St., Brilliant.
Cost of the dinner is $10 for adults and $5 for children age 12 and under.
Choices will be spaghetti, penne or lasagna with marinara sauce, meatballs and a variety of salads and desserts. All proceeds will benefit the sound system for the church.
Special music scheduled Sunday
at First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Steubenville will host "Meet at the Cross" featuring Michael James Facciani in song at the 11:30 a.m. service on Sunday.
Songs from Facciani's new "Vintage Hymns & Woven Words, the World's First Musical Devotional," will be featured
The church is located at 334 Cedar Ave., Steubenville, off Lawson Avenue behind the Pleasant Heights ballfield.
Sunday concert at Toronto church
to feature Brian Herrington
Brian Herrington will be featured in concert at 7 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church, located at Sixth and Main streets in Toronto.
'Love' devotions for meeting
of Kum Joyne Us Class
The Kum Joyne Us Class of Kolmont Church met Feb. 7 in the fellowship hall.
President Shirley McCartney, who said the blessing for the covered-dish dinner and presided at the meeting, served as a hostess along with Sara Peeler.
McCartney led devotions on "Love," reading scripture from I John 4:7-8. Prayer requests were fielded, and Peeler opened the meeting with prayer.
Eight members attending answered roll call with a scripture on love.
Monthly reports were given by Sharlene Wade, Virginia Young, Peeler and Ruby Grimes.
The mother-daughter banquet will be held in the fellowship hall on May 9, beginning at 7 p.m. Peeler will serve as chairperson and present more specifics on the event at the March meeting.
Deanna Price will be the hostess for the March 7 meeting.
An auction was held by Peeler after the meeting.
All women of the church are welcome to attend the meetings held on the first Friday of the month.
'Let's Fight Together'
presentation in Bergholz
The Bergholz Chestnut Ridge Church will host a Let's Fight Together Fund rally service on March 2, beginning at 6 p.m.
Thomas "TJ" Anderson of Annapolis will be the guest speaker, sharing how he started the "Let's Fight Together" fund "to help people in need and let them know they're not alone in what daily struggles they have, that God is with them as well as people who care."
Anderson had a kidney transplant about five years ago, which his body rejected in February 2013, putting him back on dialysis and back on the transplant list. He was diagnosed with IGA kidney disease in 2006. "'Let's Fight Together" is a fund where 100 percent of the money goes "straight to the causes," and donations are tax-deductible, according to Anderson.
Anderson said he generated interest in the "Let's Fight Together" idea through Facebook. Tiger eyes are the logo because with "God in us we give somebody the eye of the tiger to keep fighting no matter what their fight. They're never fighting alone."
Anderson would like to share his message at other churches and venues. For information, contact Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The service in Bergholz will include singing by Chelsea Matta, Margie Nighman and Chris Anderson. A covered-dish meal will follow. Everyone is welcome to attend.
An upcoming fundraiser for "Let's Fight Together" is a cabbage roll dinner benefit set for 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on March 16 at the Bergholz Volunteer Fire Department.
The meal will include two cabbage rolls, mashed potatoes, green beans, a drink and dessert for $8. Additional cabbage rolls will be available for $2 each.
Takeout will be available.
There also will be 6-inch meatball sandwich hoagies for $5.
The fundraiser also will include a 50-50 drawing and an auction featuring Pittsburgh Steelers items.
All proceeds benefit the fund.
Black History Month
In observance of Black History Month, the youth of Quinn AME Church located at 515 North St., Steubenville, will perform a skit in honor of Bishop William Paul Quinn, the church's namesake who served as the fourth bishop in the AME church.
The skit will be performed during Sunday services.
Dorothy Collins, dean of TRIO programs and academic advising at Eastern Gateway Community College, will be the guest speaker, offering Black History moments.
The Rev. Raymond Mickens is the church's pastor.
Patricia Fletcher is the president of the lay organization.
William Paul Quinn was elected and consecrated in 1944 and was instrumental in the development of the Third Episcopal District.
Quinn Memorial AME was established in 1923. Under Quinn's leadership, the church was admitted to the 1924 general conference.
In 1830, the first school for black children was formed in Steubenville, according to information provided. Quinn Memorial also was a part of the Underground Railroad.
Weirton church holding
Black History Songfest
St. Peter AME Church welcomes local residents to attend a Black History Songfest beginning at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the church located at 1053 County Road, Weirton.
Black history will be explored through song and presentation.