Church plans chicken and biscuit dinner
PORTLAND - The Portland Congregational Church, Church Street, Portland is having a chicken and biscuit dinner on Wednesday, April 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. or sold out. With the chicken, biscuits and gravy there will be mashed potatoes, tossed salad, vegetable, dessert and a drink.
Fish fry set for April 24
The Dunkirk First United Methodist Church will hold a fish fry on Tuesday, April 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. The $9 dinner includes battered haddock, potato salad, green salad, bread and dessert. Eat-in and take-out are available. The church is located at Sixth Street and Washington Avenue. Call 366-2230 for more information.
Sunday guest speaker announced
LILY DALE - The Church of the Living Spirit will feature guest speaker Stephanie Turachak at the Sunday morning worship service.
Dewittville-Hartfield Church to hold dinner
DEWITTVILLE - The Dewittville-Hartfield United Methodist Church is having a meatloaf dinner, Saturday, April 21, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The full meal includes dessert and beverage for a $7 donation. The church is located on Route 430 at Meadows Road in Dewittville.
Tickets remain for priests dinner
The annual Priests Appreciation Dinner sponsored by the Knights of Columbus is being held on Sunday, April 29 at St. Anthony's Parish Center. There are 20 tickets still remaining to be sold.
As of this date, there will be 15 priests attending. This year it was voted to invite the sisters and deacons in the area, and at present there are five nuns attending, three from Blessed Mary Angela, two from St. Columban's and one deacon.
Price of tickets is $10 that includes an open bar, hors d'oeuvres, all-you-can-eat family style dinner and dessert. For tickets and information, contact Charles St. George at 672-4432.
Speaker to reflect on finding forgiveness
Jill (Serafin) Rager will speak at the Lake Shore Community Chapel at 4552 West Main Road, Fredonia on Sunday at the 11 a.m. service. Rager is a Dunkirk native. She will share with the church how God forgave her sins, granted her salvation and set her feet on a solid rock. Rager has a background that included drugs, alcohol and a prison term, then she met Jesus and all changed. All are invited to come and hear her testimony.
Church to hold 'famous' spaghetti dinner Wednesday
BROCTON - A spaghetti dinner is planned for April 18, 4 to 7 p.m., at St. Dominic R.C. Church in Brocton. The "famous" dinner includes spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread, and dessert. There will be a separate take-out line. Tickets for adults are $7 and for children 12 and under $5.