Community dinner set
All churches with Journey's End Ministries are inviting the community to Easter dinner on Thursday, April 18 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the St. Francis DeSales Catholic Church, 440 S. River St., Newcomerstown. Enjoy a good meal and great Christian fellowship.
Malone University Chorale to perform
COSHOCTON -- Roscoe United Methodist Church Music Department announces that the Malone University Chorale will be in concert on Sunday, May 5 at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary.
The 63 members will present a sacred concert ranging from Spirituals to Classical music. The chorale is under the direction of Dr. David Donelson. The MU chorale has invited any community member to sing "The Majesty & Glory of Your Name" with them. A rehearsal on May 5 will take place at 5 p.m. at RUMC.
Representatives from the university will be present to offer educational opportunities to prospective students. Encourage your youth to be present for this concert. After listening to this fine group of tomorrow's leaders, your young people may decide that institute may be the place they want to call their university. Malone, a Christian Liberal Arts facility, has a myriad of majors ranging from education to religion to premedical. They are located at 2600 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton. More information about this thriving campus can be viewed at www.malone.edu. Although there are no tickets for this event, a free will offering will be taken. Pastor Steve Sullivan and Director of Music Ministry, Les Widder, cordially invite you to this event. The church's address is 475 High St., Coshocton, which is located in Historic Roscoe Village. More information can be obtained by calling the church at 740-622-7780.
Gospel sing planned
KIMBOLTON -- "The Servant's Heart" will present a program of country gospel songs on Sunday, April 21 at 6 p.m. at the Flat Ridge Church, 11020 Church Hill Road, Kimbolton. "The Servant's Heart" singers are involved in prison ministry and providing church services. A new CD will be available.
The public is invited to participate.
For information, call Pastor Nelson Miller at 498-8154.