Bethel Baptist fall fest Oct. 18
YORK Bethel Baptist Church Fall Festival will be 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 18 at 6031 Charlotte Highway.
There will be music, food, hay rides, games, inflatables, popcorn and more, all free.
Kings Mountain Chapel plans fall fest
YORK Kings Mountain Chapel United Methodist Church on Philbeck Road in York will have its fall festival and craft bazaar 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 18.
The church is partnering with The Peach Tree on Filbert Highway, which will hold its annual fall festival the same day.
The church will have crafters and artists, games and a hay ride. The United Methodist Men will be selling food and the United Methodist Women will be selling baked goods.
The youth group will be offering games to raise money for its mission project, and there will be a pumpkin roll on the church’s front lawn.
Admission is free.
Wesley UMC plans clothing giveaway
YORK The women of Wesley United Methodist Church, 110 W. Jefferson St., York, will hold the church’s annual clothing giveaway 9 a.m.-1 p.m Oct. 18.
The event will include all types of children’s clothing and coats for women, men and children.
Details: Elaine Kershaw, 803-684-6795, or Vivian Quinn, 803-684-6462.
Trunk or Treat at 4 churches
YORK Four local churches will present a community-wide Trunk or Treat for families from 7-8 p.m. Oct. 31.
The event will be offered at First Baptist, First Presbyterian and Trinity and Wesley United Methodist churches in York.
Abiding Presence plans yard sale
YORK Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in York will host a yard sale from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 1 at the church at 323 N. Congress St.
The sale will include furniture, electronics, computers, office equipment, tools, toys, clothing, outdoor camping equipment, sports equipment and Christmas decorations.
Artists invited to church Fall Bazaar
LAKE WYLIE River Hills Community Church Fall Bazaar Committee will showcase the work of Lake Wylie artists from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 1.
There are no entry fees, and a maximum of five entries per artist must be received from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 22.
Art must be two-dimensional framed art or gallery-wrapped canvas ready to be hung, with 60 percent of sales going to the artist and 40 percent to church missions.
Matted unframed art or shrink-wrapped work including note cards will be sold with 50 percent to the artist and 50 percent to church missions.
People’s Choice Awards will be awarded. First place will receive $100, second $75 and third $25. There will be three honorable mentions. Voting will be after each Oct. 26 service.
Call 704-661-6284 or 704-605-8199 for an entry form and details.
Donate to Coats for Kids
LAKE WYLIE The Knights of Columbus Council and Respect for Life Ministry of All Saints Catholic Church are accepting donations for Coats for Kids to provide winter coats to children in need.
For $220, the groups can provide coats to 12 children in York County.
The Knights of Columbus began this initiative in 2009 to help families with children living in colder climates who were affected by the economic downturn. Knights nationwide have given away more than 167,000 coats. About 2,000 local Knights of Columbus councils have participated in their communities.
Last winter was a record year for the Order’s Coats for Kids program: 1,195 councils and the Supreme Council purchased and donated 51,924 coats.
To donate, mail a check to All Saints Knights of Columbus, Coats for Kids, P.O. Box 5443, Lake Wylie, SC 29710. Details: 803-810-5122.
Healing service at Good Samaritan
LAKE WYLIE The Divine Healing Ministry Chapter of the International Order of St. Luke holds a healing service 3 p.m. the fourth Saturday of the month at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Road.
Take a trip to Israel
LAKE WYLIE Charles and Barbara Ford of Lake Wylie will host a trip to Israel on Nov. 5-15.
For details, call 803-831-8477 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For booking details, call Linda Murfin of Above The Crowds Travel at 803-835-0585.
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