Announcements for Sunday, July 1

TODAY – FAMILY CELEBRATION OF SUMMER Stay after worship service and enjoy a summer Brunch-Nic with us! The menu will include pancakes with yummy toppings, hand-formed burgers, hot dogs and a variety of picnic sides. Special Note: There will be an info/sign-up table there for our City Serve project on…

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Back-To-School Help For Foster Kids

Back-To-School Help For Foster Kids For foster children who have already experienced instability in their lives, heading to a new school can drain their spirits before they even walk through the front doors: Will I fit in? I’ll be laughed at if I don’t have the right stuff! How will…

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City Serve: Volunteers Needed August 18!

West Side Renews City Serve Partnership, Volunteers Needed August 18! August 18, 2018 marks the third year West Side will participate in Union Gospel’s City Serve by doing service projects at Highland Park Elementary School (1012 SW Trenton Street).  We promise great camaraderie and satisfaction to all those who volunteer…

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Caregiver Ministries

Blessings upon blessings, grace upon grace!  There are so many people here at West Side helping others in one way or another. If you have a need for which we can help, give the office a call. They will direct you to the persons who can help. Here are two…

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Announcements for Sunday, June 24

GUEST PREACHER: PHYLLIS SORTOR Guest Preacher Sunday, June 24 at 10am – Reverend Phyllis Sortor is the remarkable minister among the Fulani nomadic cattle herders of Nigeria who was kidnapped in 2015 by Nigerian gangsters and survived beatings, trauma and abuse for two weeks until her release. Now back in Nigeria,…

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Movie Review: The Stray

Hallelujah, happy days are here again…it’s summer! Even though I may not be heading to a tropical isle, my mind searches for mental vacations in light reading and family-friendly movies. I came upon The Stray, released in 2017, the true story of screenplay writer Mitch Davis and his family. Mitch…

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