The Bulletin for May 18

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See ‘Unsung Hero’ free on May 25

GREENFIELD — Curry’s Chapel Church offers a free community showing of the movie “Unsung Hero” at 6:30 p.m. May 25 at VIP Legacy Theater.

When David Smallbone’s music company collapses, he moves his family from Australia to the United States to search for a brighter future. Struggling to make ends meet, the couple soon realize the talents of their children, who go on to become two of the most successful acts in contemporary Christian music.

The movie will be shown at VIP Legacy Theater, 2347 W. Main St., Greenfield.

Tickets are required for entry and are available at https://qrco.de/bf3g8k or by calling (317) 496-4901.

Bible read-aloud to feature John, 1 John

CUMBERLAND — The monthly community Bible read-aloud series continues at Heather Hills Baptist Church with 1 John and the first half of the Gospel of John. Both books were written by John, one of the 12 apostles.

Readings will take place at noon Monday and 7 p.m. Wednesday. Past Bible read-alouds have typically lasted about an hour.

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: heatherhills.org, 317-894-7474

Gospel duo to sing at Mohawk

MOHAWK — Bryan Hutson will sing at Mohawk United Methodist Church in the 9 a.m. service June 16, which is Father’s Day.

Hutson will be accompanied by his wife, Yvonne Hutson. They have been ministering together since 2016. Through their music, their goal is sharing the Gospel and also encouraging Christians.

The Hutsons are featured musical artists at the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, and aboard the “Singing At Sea” Gospel Cruise. They also appeared at last summer’s Music at Mohawk series.

Readers of The Singing News magazine nominated the Hutsons in the Top 10 for “Favorite Duet” in 2024.

The church will receive a “love offering” to show apprecation to the Hutsons.

The church is located at 2045 W. CR 400N, Greenfield.

Film series continues

GREENFIELD — Curry’s Chapel Church’s monthly Movies with a Point series continues at 6:30 p.m. Saturday (May 18) with “The Ultimate Gift.”

In the 2006 film, a deceased billionaire leaves his spoiled adult grandson a series of odd tasks to perform to receive “the ultimate gift,” with the resentful grandson having no idea what that might be.

Refreshments will be served.

Hope House lists needed items

GREENFIELD — Hope House has posted a list of needed supplies on the homeless shelter’s website, hancockhopehouse.org.

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.