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Church news, Jan. 29: Bowling Green supper

Bowling Green church to host soup, stew supper

Bowling Green Presbyterian Church will hold its annual vegetable soup and oyster stew supper from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31.

Homemade desserts also will be served. In the event of inclement weather, the supper will be rescheduled for Saturday, Feb. 7. The church is at 250 Ridge Road, Clover.

First Baptist youth plan Fat Tuesday supper

The youth of First Baptist Church, 102 S. Congress St., York, will host a Fat Tuesday pancake supper at 6 p.m. Feb. 17.

The cost is $6 per person, and children younger than 3 can eat for free. The meal, to be held in the church fellowship hall, will include pancakes, sausage, eggs, grits, coffee, juice and milk.

Donations will go toward the children’s mission fund.

Family Night Wednesdays

River Hills Community Church, 104 Hamilton’s Ferry Road, holds Wednesday Family Night through May.

Adult studies begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by dinner in the gym at 6:15 p.m. with children and adult classes afterward. Dinner costs $6 for adults and $3 for children.

Family night is open to the community and the first dinner is free.

Call 803-831-1615 or visit rhcconline.org.

New Life Purpose offering Bible study, therapy

New Life Purpose Christian Ministries is holding Take 2 Enhancement sessions to help people dealing with substance abuse or mental health instabilities in therapeutic groups to enhance recovery.

These sessions will cater to family members with loved ones suffering from these conditions and individuals considering careers working with substance abuse and mental health issues. North Carolina Mental Health Consumers and National Alliance for Mental Illness will help facilitate these sessions.

The health organizations are also offering certifications for licensure for peer support specialists and social work services.

To participate, call 980-322-4161 or email newlifepurposeministries@gmail.com.

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