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July 27, 2013

Church notes

New place of worship in Seabrook

Beth Qowl (The House of Yahweh’s Voice) is holding services every Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Senate Room of The Hampshire Inn Hotel & Conference Center, 20 Spur Road, Seabrook. Apostle Tim Mayer will lead. For more information, email bethqowl@yahoo.com. “Revival is here.”

New clothing sale fundraiser at Market St. Baptist

The Market Street Baptist Church is hosting a New Clothing Sale fundraiser today from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the gym at the back of their building at 37 Market St., Amesbury. The clothing is new, men’s and women’s, brand name and for all seasons donated by Fuller’s Menswear Store, Amesbury. Proceeds help cover expenses for a Church Family Retreat Weekend. Shop for school, birthday and early Christmas gifts.

Union Church Spaghetti Supper today

Union Congregational Church, 350 Main St., Point Shore, Amesbury (across from Alliance Park), will host a Spaghetti Supper today from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Spaghetti with homemade sauce, meatballs, bread, salad and dessert. “All you can eat!” for $7. Family, $24. Take-out available for $8. Ample parking. Handicapped accessible. Open to the public. 978-388-0631. www.amesburyunion.org.

Outdoor worship with MVCB Sax Pack tomorrow

Outdoor Worship on the River will be held tomorrow at Carey Park, 111 River Road, Merrimac (near the corner of Broad Street and River Road), at 11 a.m. hosted by the Merrimacport United Methodist Church. The Merrimack Valley Concert Band Sax Pack will be leading worship music. Bring a blanket or beach chair. Pets on leash welcome too. In case of rain, the event will be held at the church (one block up from the park).

For more, go to www.MerrimacportUMC.org or call 978-346-8989.

Tours offered at St. Paul’s tomorrow

St. Paul’s Church offers its annual Historic Tours & Open House tomorrow, noon to 4 p.m., during Old Fashioned Sunday. Tour guides dressed in period Colonial garb will escort visitors back through time to the founding of the parish in 1711 in British America, through the Revolutionary War period and into Colonial times. Visitors will tour the present church building to see historic artifacts like the Paul Revere bell and learn about the history and design of this beautiful church building. The church labyrinth will be open at the rear of the church building. Refreshments and a gift table are in the hall. Gather for the tours at the front doors of the church. Tours are on the half-hour. Free-will donations welcome. The church is located at 166 High St., Newburyport.

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