TERRE HAUTE —
Holy Rosary Church plans Monday Mass
The parishioners of Holy Rosary Church in Seelyville invites the public in celebration of Mass at 6 p.m. Monday. Participants will pray the rosary at 5:30 prior to Mass and join together for dinner at Schelley Hall following the service. RSVP for dinner to Annunciation Parish. Parishioners are in the process of appealing to retain the status as a parish with the hope of continuing the regular celebration of Mass.
West Terre Haute
Church to celebrate 155 anniversary
South Vigo Congregational Christian Church, at 6499 Darwin Road in West Terre Haute, will celebrate the 155th anniversary of the church and cemetery’s founding at 2 p.m. on Oct. 20. A free meal of ham and beans, cornbread, desserts and drinks will be provided.
Founded in February of 1854, the church building was completed in October 1858. South Vigo Cemetery was registered with Clark County, Ill., on Oct. 21, 1858, on the hill west of the church.
Call Max Hewitt, interim pastor, at 812-533-2425 for more information.
Taizé prayer offers spiritual refreshment
The Sisters of Providence invite individuals of all faith traditions to find refreshment for the soul in their monthly Year of the River Taizé prayer service from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday in the Church of the Immaculate Conception at St. Mary-of-the-Woods.
Taizé prayer incorporates candlelight, song, silence and reflective readings. It was created to be inclusive of people of varying beliefs. In conjunction with the Year of the River, the theme for the October prayer event is “Saint Mother Theodore Guerin & the Wabash River.” The prayer service is open to all, with no fees or registration required.
For more information call 812-535-2926, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.SistersofProvidence.org.
‘Signing for the Savior to resume
Senior Education Ministries Inc., in partnership with Terre Haute United Methodist Temple, will resume “Signing for the Savior” classes with instructor Patti Christy.
“Signing for the Savior” is a free educational program where sign language is done to music as a form of praise and worship.
The ministry’s goal is to show participants how they can find joy in life by using their hands to praise and glorify God. There is also a great need for those who can hear to learn how to communicate with the hearing-impaired.
Participants will learn how to sign traditional songs such as “Amazing Grace” and “The Old Rugged Cross,” in addition to more contemporary songs of worship.
The orientation class is scheduled for 4 to 5:30 p.m. each Thursday in the United Methodist Temple at 5301 S. U.S. 41.
A weekly love offering will be taken.
Returning students and newcomers can call Patti Christy at 812-249-8688 to sign up.