WFIF’s Events Page
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Apr 16-18 REVIVAL MEETINGS: Promise Land Church of God will host revival meetings with Rev. Daniel Gray of Atlanta, Georgia, Monday through Wednesday, April 16-18 at 7 p.m. nightly. Rev. Gray shares his testimony of being set free from drugs, alcohol, and a life of crime through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The church is located at 240 Burwell Road, West Haven, Connecticut. Info: 203-933-3563 or www.promiselandcog.org. (4/9)
Apr 25 WWII HISTORY DISCUSSION: Walter Hagedorn Sr. will relate his World WarII experiences as a child, including sustaining frequent Allied bombing, at the next WWII Veterans Discussion Group Wednesday, April 25, at 2 p.m. at Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, East Haven. The presentation is open to those interested in WWII history. Light refreshments will be served. Info: 203-468-3890. (4/9)
May 3 SHAKESPEAREAN DISCUSSION: Retired English teacher Pam Ruggiero will share her knowledge on Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Thursday, May 3rd, at 3 p.m. at Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, East Haven. Info: 203-468-3890. (4/9)
May 5 LADIES TEA: Summerfield United Methodist Women will host a Victorian Tea party Saturday, May 5, at 4 p.m. at Summerfield Church Social Hall, corner of Clermont and Ridgefield Avenues in Bridgeport. Tickets cost $10.00. Parking is available in the church parking lot. Info: 203-367-8783. (4/9)
May 6 KITE FLY: The Milford Living Kite Fly will be held Sunday, May 6, at 12 noon at Walnut Beach in Milford. The Connectikiters will be displaying spectacular kites and offering advice for novice fliers. Info: 203-283-5290 or www.milfordliving.com/ (4/9)
May 12 MAY MARKET: Milford Garden Club will host a May Market Saturday, May 12, from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Rotary Pavilion behind Milford Public Library. Club members will have annuals and perennials for sale from their own gardens, garden botique, and experts to answer gardening questions. Info: 203-877-2448 or www.facebook.com/MilfordCTGardenClub/ (4/9)
May 18 BENEFIT TO END CHILD TRAFFICKING AND EXPLOITATION: Love 146 is an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care and prevention. A benefit for Love 146 will be held Friday, May 18, at 7 p.m. at Huntington Chapel, 177 Ripton Road, Shelton, CT. A $10 donation is requested but not required. Info: https://love146.org and https://www.go33music.com (4/9)
May 21 CLASSIC DISCUSSION: The Cloister and the Hearth, an historical novel set in the 15th century by Charles Reade, will be the focus of the Classics Group Monday, May 3, at 3 p.m., at Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street, East Haven. The story is about a young scribe and illuminator who travels through several European countries. Info: 203-468-3890. (4/9)
Regular Events and General Messages
KNITTED KNOCKERS: Breast prosthetics are usually expensive, heavy, and uncomfortable forms for women who have undergone mastectomies or other breast procedures. Knitted Knockers are free, special handmade alternatives to breast prosthetics. Knitted Knockers are soft, comfortable, beautiful and take the shape and feel of a real breast. They are created and donated by volunteer knitters. There is a need for volunteer knitters in this area to create and donate Knitted Knockers for those requesting them. For information on how to be a part of this wonderful outreach, call Mary Ann at 203-641-7024, or email praynAnnie@gmail.com, www.KnittedKnockers.org. (5/10/17)
WOMEN’S MINISTRY: Promise Land Church in West Haven sponsors Connecticut Women of Faith and Courage featuring Rev. Cheri Cerrone the second Friday of each month at 7 p.m. at Best Western Hotel, 490 Sawmill Road, West Haven, CT. The free event encourages women to reach their full God-given potential. Info: 203-589-9607 or email@example.com. (1/22)
PRO-LIFE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Birthright of Greater New Haven is looking for help in counseling, organizing, fundraising, marketing, and promotion to help save the unborn. Dedicated volunteers are needed to work in Birthright’s Hamden office, off local bus routes. For information or to get involved, call and leave a message for MaryAnn at 203-934-3105 or www.birthright.org. (7/18/12)
HELP FOR ADDICTIONS: Are you dealing with an addiction in your life or the life of a family member or friend? Supportive weekly meetings are held at local churches in your area seven nights a week. For Higher Ground meeting locations call 203-888-9974 or visit www.HigherGroundMinistry.org. (1/30/12)
PREGNANCY SUPPORT: If you know someone dealing with an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy and need support, contact Birthright of Greater New Haven. They give help to girls or women regardless of age, marital or economic status, or creed. They provide free pregnancy tests, and their services are confidential. They are located at 176 Campbell Ave., West Haven, CT. Phone 203-934-3105. Emergency hot line 24 hrs a day: 1-800-550-4900. (8/18)
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Do you enjoy helping animals with special needs? The Hope Alliance for Animals, Inc. is a Christian-based sanctuary for special needs cats in Killingworth, CT. They are looking for caring people who can give just two hours a month to be involved in this special ministry. Info: 860-663-0324 or www.hope-alliance.org . (7/16)
CHILDBIRTH CLASSES: Free childbirth classes for pregnant teens and young adults up to age 21 are offered in a free eight-week program at Milford Hospital. Info and reservations: 203-876-4285.
MIDDLE SCHOOL MENTORING: The “Across Ages Mentoring Program” is looking for caring adults ages 45 and older to share two hours a week with a middle school child in activities such as fishing, building something, playing catch, or other kid-friendly activity. Mentors listen to, support, and accept the children as they are. Info: 203-878-6365, ext. 331 or www.milfordmentoring.org.
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE FOR A TAX DEDUCTION: Residents in Fairfield County can get a tax deduction by donating their old car to the Christian Counseling Center of Norwalk. Call the center and have the vehicle towed away. Donors will be given a donation receipt to use in reporting the tax deductible gift. Donors are entitled to deduct up to $500 in their income tax returns. If the car is worth more than $500, it will be sold, and a receipt stating the gross amount will be mailed to the donor within 30 days after sale. The center will receive $150 for each car to use to subsidize the cost of counseling for persons unable to afford the fee. Info: Rose at (203) 846-4626, ext. 300.
WYCLIFFE BIBLE TRANSLATORS: Millions of people around the world are trapped in darkness without hope. Wycliffe Bible Translators brings light and gives hope to these communities through translation and literacy programs. You can help. Ask your employer about their matching gift program. Federal employees can participate through the Combined Federal Campaign. Our C-F-C number is 1-1-737. To learn more, call 1-800-WYCLIFFE. or visit www.wycliffe.org .
NATIONAL HUNGER HOTLINE: Do you have to go hungry tonight so your children can eat? If so, call the National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-3HUNGRY for help. You will be connected to food programs and services in your community. Call 1-866-348-6479 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., and Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. All calls are confidential, and se habla español.
NURSING HOME MINISTRY INSTRUCTION: Many people living in America’s Care Centers today were a part of what has been called “The Greatest Generation.” They need visitors — they need friends — they need the Lord. To help you or your church get started as an Ambassador for Christ in this needy area, the SonShine Society is offering a free step-by-step guide to Nursing Home Ministry. Write SonShine Society, that’s S-O-N-shine Box 327, Lynnwood, Washington, 98046. Ask for the free “Power Packet.”
PUPPY RAISERS NEEDED: Canine Companions for Independence (CCI), a national non-profit organization that breeds, trains, and places assistance dogs with children and adults with disabilities, is looking for volunteer puppy raisers in Connecticut. At CCI our pups have a very special destiny—to assist a person with a disability in leading a more fulfilling and independent life. Puppy raisers help CCI pups achieve their full potential by providing lots of love, leadership, and socialization. To volunteer or for more information, call 1-800-572-BARK (2275) or log on to http://www.cci.org/.
CHRISTIAN COFFEE HOUSES: New England Christian Coffeehouses are a growing ministry in Connecticut and other New England states, offering Christians an opportunity to fellowship with other believers, be exposed to a variety of Christian music and artists, and introduce non-Christians to the Gospel in a less formal setting. For information on times and locations of events, log on to http://www.newenglandchristiancoffeehouses.com/.
CHRISTIAN BIKERS: If you’re a Christian motorcycle rider and are looking for some good Christian fellowship, ride along with the Beacon Bikers of New Haven, the local chapter of the Christian Motorcycle Association. All bikes and bikers, men and women, are invited. Info: Bob Riendeau (860) 384-4547 or http://cmaner5.org/NES/BEACONBIKERS.
HELP FOR GAMBLING: Are you concerned about your gambling, or someone else’s gambling? Free confidential assessment and treatment is available. Call Suzanne at the UCONN Health Center Gambling Research and Treatment Program. The toll free number is 877-400-0570 or visit www.GamblingTreatment.net
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR FOREIGN TEENS: Open your heart and your home to an international student. Pacific Intercultural Exchange needs host families urgently in your community for semester homestay programs. If you are interested, please call P.I.E. right away at 1-800-828-9001 or visit them at www.pieusa.org .
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