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August 31, 2013

Church notes

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In addition to worship, there are children, middle school and adult classes as well on Sunday morning.

On Monday nights, the Elevation 4:12 Middle School youth group takes place, and on Wednesday nights, the Elevation 4:12 High School youth group is held. Open to any student grades 6 to 12, this is a time of fun, community building, and practical Bible teaching.

Also being offered this fall is a Parenting Teenagers Course on Monday nights (at same time as the Middle School youth group).

Go to www.hopenewburyport.com to find out more.

Worship time change in Merrimac Sept. 8

Beginning Sept. 8, worship will begin at 10 a.m. at the Merrimacport United Methodist Church, 39 High St. at the corner of River Road in Merrimac. Street parking along High Street and River Road.

The Merrimacport United Methodist worship is being broadcast over Merrimac TV channel 18 throughout the week, every week. For more, www.MerrimacportUMC.org or 978.346.8818.

Fall season at Market St. Baptist begins Sept. 8

The Market Street Baptist Church, 37 Market St., Amesbury, will begin its fall season of programs on Sunday, Sept. 8. Sunday School classes will start at 9 a.m. Children in the kindergarten-third grade class will work through the Apostle’s Creed with songs, games and stories. The Youth class from grade 4 and above will meet with Pastor Michael John to study “Big Truths for Young Hearts, Teaching and Learning the Greatness of God” as baptismal preparation class. An adult class meets for study on a subject that will be determined later. All are welcome. The Youth Group for grades 5 and up will meet regularly beginning Saturday, Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. All are welcome. For information, call the church office at 978-388-0930 or email: msbcsec@verizon.net. Visit on the Web at marketstreetbaptistchurch.org and also Facebook.

Healing service at Holy Family Sept. 9

Holy Family Parish Healing Service, “Triumph of the Cross,” will be held Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at 11 Sparhawk St., Amesbury. Holy Mass followed by healing, anointing and individual prayer. All are welcome.

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