Victory Family Church organizing skating party
On Nov. 25, from 1:30 to 4 p.m., families who have children in Blast or Fusion at Victory Family Church are invited to go to Neville Island Roller Dome for a day of fun.
The cost is $4.50 per person, plus skate rentals.
For details, call the church office at 724-453-6200.
The church is located at 21150 Route 19, Cranberry Township.
Cranberry Community U.P.
Thanksgiving worship followed by a pie social will be held Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at Cranberry United Presbyterian Church.
This special service will be an opportunity to give thanks for the many blessings people have.
For details, call the church office at 724-776-5310.
The church is located at 2662 Rochester Road, Cranberry Township.
Christian Counseling Associates of Western PA is a counseling center located in Crossroads Cranberry Church.
They offer Christian counseling for children, adolescents, and adults.
They provide a private and comfortable environment and strive to help individuals identify the core issues that have contributed to emotional or personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve those issues.
For more infomation about this service, visit the website at www.ccawpa.com or call 724-396-1510.
On the second Tuesday of each month, St. Kilian Women's Book Club meets at 7 p.m. in conference room B in the Parish Center. Anybody who enjoys books and conversation is invited.
For details, call the church office at 724-625-1665. St. Kilian is located at 7067 Franklin Road, Cranberry Township.
Grief Share is a group formed to help others who have lost a loved one.
The group is led by Paul and Debbie Oyler.
For details, contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The public is invited to come and join the priests of St. Ferdinand every Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the Upper Room.
If mornings do not work, there is an evening Bible study offered on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., also in the Upper Room.
Participants should bring the study edition of the New American Bible.
For details, call 724-776-9177.
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