Church Women United will hold their next Friendship Day on Friday, May 2 at New Philadelphia Moravian Church, 4440 Country Club Rd.
The “Through God Our Hands Can Serve” Bible study will be led by Clyde Manning at 11:30 a.m. A worship service will follow. “The Fellowship of the Least Coin” will be collected along with the regular offering. The least coins are put together, along with prayers offered by members throughout the world, and become a strong force in bringing about justice, reconciliation and peace.
The goal of the least coins project is to teach believers to be humble, value the least and to trust that nothing is impossible for God, who can do great things.
Lunch will follow the worship celebration.
Church Women United held its Human Rights Celebration on March 14. Sunnyside Ministries and the Bethlehem Community Center were honored. Tom Cole accepted Sunnyside’s award. Patricia Shouse, who has been the executive director at the Bethlehem Center for 40 years, accepted Bethlehem’s award.
Church Women United is a national volunteer Christian ecumenical women’s movement that brings together women of diverse races, cultures and traditions in closer Christian fellowship, prayer, advocacy and action for peace with justice in the world.