Greater Grace World to hold 'God Bless America'The Greater...

Religion Notes

July 05, 1996

Greater Grace World to hold 'God Bless America'

The Greater Grace World Outreach has sent invitations to 7,000 active and retired military personnel to attend an Independence Day celebration titled "God Bless America," to be held at 10: 30 a.m. Sunday, at 6025 Moravia Park Drive.

The free event is open to the public. Sign-language interpretation will be provided.

Information: 483-3700.

North Balto. Co. churches create center to help needy

An emergency assistance center for the poor and disadvantaged opened last month through the cooperation of churches in northern Baltimore County.

The central office will be at Sherwood Episcopal Church, Sherwood and York roads, Cockeysville. The churches have been acting independently, but will combine their efforts so more can be accomplished.

All denominations throughout zip codes 21030, 21093, 21131, lTC and 21152 will participate. The steering committee is organizing the center under Sister Rose from St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Cockeysville and the Rev. Stephen Paul, rector of Sherwood Episcopal Church in Cockeysville.

About 20 volunteers from various parishes are assisting in the effort. Information: 666-1620 or 667-4435.

Church jubilee to feature service of celebration

Holy Temple of Jesus Christ Interdenominational Church will have a jubilee Sunday at the church, 1917 Singer Road, Joppa.

The program will include an 11 a.m. worship service and Holy Communion with the Rev. C. Herbert Wiltz and a 4 p.m. service of celebration with the Rev. Robert M. Pritchett and the choirs and congregation of Faith Unity Ministries in Millington.

Information: 676-2566.

Catholic publication to feature large print

The Catholic Digest is gearing up for the September launch of its new publication, Catholic Digest Reader-Large Print.

"Catholic Digest Reader will be the Cadillac of large-print magazines," said publisher Tom Kelly. "While other publications consider their large-print editions to be the stepchild of the parent magazine, we don't think that way."

The publication will contain new articles and some from current issues of Catholic Digest.

Vigil for parishioners of burned churches planned

A prayer vigil will be held at 4 p.m. July 14 at St. Edward's Catholic Church, 901 Poplar Grove St., for parishioners of burned African-American churches.

Rep. Elijah E. Cummings of the 7th District and the Rev. Maurice J. Blackwell will speak at the vigil.

Information: 362-2000.

Pub Date: 7/05/96

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