Four Terre Haute churches have united to present children and adults with a five-evening summer adventure and religious experience this week where all can come to dream, create, learn, and do creative works of faith.
In an uniquely designed joint program of Centenary United Methodist, Central Presbyterian, St. Stephen’s Episcopal and Trinity Lutheran churches, children and adults will bond together in a learning setting.
Children will fire up their imaginations, grab tools and paint brushes and put on their thinking caps in a “Workshop of Science and Wonders” environment.
Parents, grandparents, caregivers and interested adults will be provided an in-depth biblical background into what is being presented to the children. They will be prepared to answer the children’s questions at home or in the car going home, explain what the children do not understand, and learn much about the Holy Land and its people.
Children will be at Central Presbyterian, 125 N. Seventh St., from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. The Adult Bible Study sessions will take place in Centenary, 301 N. Seventh St., at the same time each day.
Call Cheryl Moles at 812-232-5049 to learn more about the event or register to attend.
Retiring pastor to be honored for service
Don Ransford will be honored June 29 during a retirement open house scheduled 2 to 5 p.m. in North Central High School on U.S. 41 south of Farmersburg.
Ransford has served as pastor of two churches, 18 years at Ebenezer United Methodist and 12 years at Farmersburg United Methodist. He was a school teacher, hog farmer and a school photographer prior to becoming a pastor. He remains involved in many community groups.
For more information call 812-239-7091.