Poor man’s supper Feb. 9 near Clover

February 4, 2013 

Poor man’s supper Saturday

The Women of Ramah Presbyterian Church are sponsoring a Poor Man’s Supper from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9.

The menu includes pinto beans, vegetable soup, cabbage, slaw, corn bread, desserts, and drink.

Cost is $7 for adults and $3, children ages 3 to 12.

Murder mystery dinner Saturday-Sunday

River Hills Community Church, 104 Hamilton’s Ferry Road, presents its second annual Mystery Dinner Theater, “New York Dreams,” by Nancy Bond 5:30-8:30 p.m. Feb. 9 and 12:30-3:30 p.m. Feb. 10.

Guests of Hotel Gem have come to New York City to fulfill their hopes and dreams, but an unexpected event reeks havoc and a crime unfolds. The play is suitable for ages 10 and older. Proceeds will be used for mission trips for Amplify, the church’s youth group.

Tickets cost $20 each for reserved seating, dinner and the show, and are available during the week and following Sunday services through Feb. 6. Tickets will not be sold the day of the show. Child care is included; reservation required.

For more information, visit rhcconline.org.

St. Paul church plans oyster stew

St. Paul United Methodist Church, 1550 St. Paul Church Road, Clover, will host an oyster stew from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9.

The menu will include oyster stew, vegetable soup, hot dogs, desserts and drinks. Donations are accepted.

For details, call 803-222-7858.

Pancake supper served before service

Clover Presbyterian Church, 202 Kings Mountain St., will hold Ash Wednesday Service at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 15.

Before the worship service, the youth will hold their annual pancake supper fundraiser in the Fellowship Hall beginning at 5:30 p.m.

For more information, call 803-222-9108.

Singles groups meeting

New River Community Church is holding two singles groups, both meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesdays.

• FUSION is for anyone out of high school to age 24. The group currently meets at a member home in York. Singles can build friendships through studying God’s Word together, serving in the community, having fun, and discussing challenges of life.

• Singles Gatherings is for adults ages 25 and older. The group meets at the church, 133 Carroll Cove Road. Connection and Bible study are the primary focuses. Child care is provided for children 10 and younger.

For more information about either group, email kim@nrcc.net.

Scherer hosts moms

Scherer Presbyterian Church, 4800 Charlotte Hwy., hosts REST4Moms from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. the second Tuesday of the month.

Mothers begin the morning with coffee, tea and goodies, followed by topics of interest, crafts, conversation and discussion. Children are treated to crafts, snacks and playtime. Annual cost is $10.

Register online at SMPCA.com or for questions email scherer.rest4moms@ gmail.com.

Bible studies held Wednesday

Community Women’s and Grades 1-3 Bible studies are held from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. Wednesdays at River Hills Community Church to share the books of Amos and Isaiah concerning prophecies of Jesus Christ.

CBS is an international Bible study that is nondenominational and unaffiliated with any church, open to all women of all faiths and knowledge levels. The study includes morning devotional, small group discussion of home-study questions and a large group review.

A nursery and preschool class also are available. Grades 1-3 have their own core group and lecture studying Amos and Isaiah.

For information, call 803-366-1940 or visit lakewylie.cbsclass.org.

Get help with grieving

Ultimate Life Church on Carowinds Boulevard offers support for people coping with losses in life such as divorce, death, jobs, loved ones, dreams, friends.

Learn how to overcome the emotions that go along with the loss and begin to function with joy in your life again.

Groups meet at 7 p.m. the first and fourth Fridays of each month. Call 803-329-1396.

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