Christian Book Exchange

MICHIGAN CITY — Have you read a great, inspiring, prayerful Christian book you would like to pass along to a friend? Bring it to Queen of All Saints Catholic Church this Saturday and Sunday. A Christian Book Exchange will take place following all Mass times: Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.

The premise of the book exchange is simple: Leave a book and take a book. Any unclaimed books will be donated within the local community.


Revival Center celebrating 25 years. 

MICHIGAN CITY — The Revival Center Church of God in Christ will be celebrating their 25th anniversary beginning Sunday with a kickoff musical at 6 p.m. and continuing Wednesday, Feb. 20, through Sunday, Feb. 24. Guest speakers include Pastor Jay Blakely, Pastor Robert Fleming, Bishop Michael Butler, Pastor Lillian English, Supt. David Blakely, and Bishop A. Carter. The theme of the event is "Moving Forward from Success to Significance." The ministry has been established since 1994, serving the community in outreach. Organizers invite the entire community to come and help celebrate this momentous occasion. For more information, call the curch at 219-878-0100, Supt. Dewitt L. Jackson, Pastor. 

There will be a banquet Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Chateau Banquet Hall, 530 W. 61st Ave., Merrillville. The guest speaker is Supt. Michael Eaddy, International Chairman of Council of Pastors & Elders Cogic, Chicago. There is a $50 donation.


New Church Rummage Sale

La PORTE — Held at Manna House, 905 Maple Avenue across from the La Porte County Public Library, LaPorte New Church will hold its annual spring sale from March 7-9, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday will be half-price day. All items for sale are in very good condition, clean, gently used, and very affordable. The New Church offers this event not only as a fundraiser for the upkeep of its buildings but as a charitable project serving the community.

Offered at the sale are:

• Vintage record albums and toys, and other antiques and collectibles

• Clothing for all ages and sizes, from newborn to women’s plus and men’s tall;casual, and dressy; medical scrubs and professional; shoes, scarves and lingerie

• Lots of things for kids

• Household and linens

• Kitchenware and sets of dishes

• Books, DVD’s and CD’s, and much, much more

The New Church, a welcoming, progressive, and inclusive Christian ministry at 812 Indiana Avenue, holds contemporary and traditional worship services on Sundays at 10 a.m. along with Children’s Sunday School. Adult Sunday School is from 9-9:45 a.m. For more information about the church and its wedding and grief support ministries, contact Rev. Kit Billings at 362-1959 or


Event explores meaning of life

MICHIGAN CITY — Where do we come from and where are we going? These questions are decisive for understanding what it means to be human and how to orient our lives and our actions toward authentic fulfillment. Made for More is a national event which aims to answer these questions on a personal level. The event is coming to Queen of All Saints Catholic Church in Michigan City on March 20 from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Join nationally-recognized Catholics Christopher West and Mike Mangione as they creatively weave together dynamic presentations with live music, movie clips, YouTube videos, and sacred art for an evening of beauty and reflection on the meaning of life, love, and human destiny. You will come away with a faith-filled vision of hope that will instill in you the sheer wonder and joy of being alive. People of all faith backgrounds, or none at all, are welcome to attend.

Event is appropriate for everyone from teens to adults. A limited number of $20 tickets are on sale at the QAS Parish Office (606 S. Woodland Ave. in Michigan City) or online at


First Church Service

MICHIGAN CITY — You, your family and friends are all welcome to attend The First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday Church and Sunday School Services held at 10 a.m. Sunday. The Church is located at 510 East Coolspring Ave., Michigan City.

" soul shall be joyful in the Lord: it shall rejoice in his salvation.” (Psalms 35:9) is the Golden Text for this Sunday's Bible Lesson-Sermon entitled “Soul.”

Come and learn how a better understanding of God, Christ Jesus and the study of Christian Science is able to help heal you of your problems. Hymns of Praise, the Bible Lesson, The Lord's Prayer, a Vocal Solo and other activity will be presented.

Testimonies of Healing are also given at the public Wednesday Evening Meeting held at 7:30 p.m.

As Christian Healing is one of the main points of Christian Science, documented reports of them are available at no cost to anyone who requests them.

Their Bible-Lesson is also available on local Comcast Cable TV Channel 99 on Wednesdays at 9 a.m., Fridays at 11 a.m. and Sundays at 6 p.m. For more information, call the church at 219-874-3588 or 219-874-8853.


Road to Life services

MICHIGAN CITY — Join Road to Life Church this Sunday as they begin their new series on relationships. Relationships are complicated and they don't need to be! You will be learning how to deal with them throughout the "You Drive Me Crazy" series. Kids ages 0-4th grade will have a blast in Kidtown through high energy worship, teaching, games and more throughout their new series, "Crushing It." If you have a child, bring them along to experience it.

Services are at the Chesterton Campus in the Duneland Boys & Girls Club at 521 W 1100 N at 9 & 11 a.m., and the Michigan City Campus at 7056 W 450 N at 9 & 11 a.m.

Their youth ministry, The Avenue, meets every Sunday evening at the old bowling alley in Chesterton (behind the police station - 124 N 8th St). Students in grades 5-8 meet from 5:30-7 p.m. & grades 9-12 from 7:30-9 p.m. Don't miss it as they continue their series, "Relationships."

Check out this time with friends, games, music, Jacked Up Cafe and more.

For more information about RTLC or any of our upcoming events, please visit our website ( or call 219-728-6290. You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram @roadchurch or find us on Facebook@roadtolifechurch.

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