The Bulletin for April 20


Victorious, shown here in a past concert at H.J. Ricks Centre for the Arts in Greenfield, will share music in a service at 10:30 a.m. May 5 at Curry’s Chapel Church.

Gospel trio to perform

GREENFIELD — The gospel trio Victorious will sing in a service at 10:30 a.m. May 5 at Curry’s Chapel Church, 3488 N. CR 375E.

Information: 317-496-4901,

Fields of Faith coming April 27

FORTVILLE — Hancock County’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes groups plan an evening of games, worship and a guest speaker designed to encourage students in their faith.

Fields of Faith is set for 5-8 p.m. April 28 at Mt. Vernon High School.

“It’s open to all, free to all,” said Nick Holliday, FCA coordinator for Hancock County. “We encourage anyone who wants to gather for a community night of worship and a great testimony to come.”

Group games such as nine square, can jam, gaga ball and cornhole will be set up in the school’s auxiliary gym. After time for informal connection there, those gathered will shift to the main gym for speakers and music by the band Attaboy.

“We can’t wait to perform for this group and have a blast together,” Ryan Payne of Attaboy wrote in an email. “We love partnering with organizations that are providing a resource for students to get connected to their friends and their faith and hope to be a source of fun and encouragement throughout the evening!”

This year’s keynote speaker is Kevin Atlas, who became the first athlete missing a limb to earn a Division I basketball scholarship.

Admission is free, but a ticket is needed; find it at

‘Grief and Caregiving’ workshop is free

GREENFIELD — A free workshop is coming, “Grief and Caregiving: How do either grief or caregiving test our faith and yet grow it deeper?”

The Rev. Russ Jarvis, lead chaplain at Hancock Regional Hospital, will lead the workshop from 6-8:30 p.m. May 8 at Greenfield Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 23 N. East St.

There is no fee for the workshop, but registration is required by May 1 by calling the church office at 317-462-6348 or sending email to [email protected].

Chicken noodle dinner set

GREENFIELD — Curry’s Chapel Church will serve a chicken noodle dinner and desserts from 5-7 p.m. Saturday (April 20) at the church, 3488 N. CR 375E.

Donations will be accepted.

Mohawk plans pork chop meal

MOHAWK — Mohawk United Methodist Church will have its annual Pork Chop Dinner County Fair Style from 5-7 p.m. April 27 at the church, 2045 W. CR 400N, Greenfield.

The meal features pork chops and pork burgers served with sides and homemade desserts. Takeout is available.

Donations will be accepted.


Bible read-aloud welcomes readers

CUMBERLAND — The monthly community Bible read-aloud series continues at Heather Hills Baptist Church with the books of Esther and Colossians.

Esther tells of a Jewish girl who became queen of Persia and had a choice to make when a royal official, unaware of Esther’s heritage, was making plans to have Jews executed. Colossians is a letter from the Apostle Paul to the Christians in the city of Colossae.

Readings will take place at noon Monday and 7 p.m. Wednesday. Past Bible read-alouds have typically lasted about an hour, but this one may be a bit shorter. It takes 31 minutes to read through Esther in one sitting, and 13 minutes to read through Colossians.

Church leaders say anyone is welcome to come join in the reading, or simply listen. The church is located at 1421 N. German Church Road, Indianapolis.

Information:, 317-894-7474

Personal care items sought

GREENFIELD — In support of Love INC and the local community, St. James Lutheran Church is a collection and distribution spot for household and personal care items to those in need. It is always collecting paper products, hygiene products, laundry soap, cleaning supplies and personal care supplies for this the H2O Ministry. The church is located at 1741 S. State St.