National Park to Church Sunday

Faith Temple Church in Rapid City will hold two “Back to Church Sunday,” events as part of a national movement of churches across America, on Sunday, Sept. 17 on 10 a.m. and 6 p,m.

For the event, Faith Temple Church will have a special service that features lively music, welcoming and friendly people and good food.

Bishop Troy M. Carr, Pastor feels the day is a great opportunity for Faith Temple Church to connect to the Black Hills Community with the loving gospel message of Jesus Christ.  

Black Hawk Community Church produce sale

Black Hawk Community Church on Mill Road will host a produce sale Saturday, Sept. 9, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The sale will include Woonsocket melons, local produce, baked goods, sloppy Joes, hot dogs and drinks.

Diocese collection donations for Harvey

The Catholic Diocese of Rapid City will accept donations in West River parishes, Saturday and Sunday, for the Hurricane Harvey Collection.

The diocese will submit the total collected by all of parishes to Catholic Charities USA for hurricane relief efforts in the many dioceses of Texas and neighboring states that will be affected.

Please contact the closest Catholic Church to contribute. 

Prayerful painting at St. Martin 

A prayerful painting class will be held Saturday, Sept. 16 from 9:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at St. Martin Monastery on City Springs Road in Rapid City. Cost is $20 and includes lunch. 

To register call Sr. Therese Marie at 605-343-8011

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Speaker at First Baptist in Deadwood

Rev. Arthur J. Campbell will be the Sunday morning worship service guest speaker at First Baptist Church of the Northern Hills, in Deadwood, Sept. 3, at 9:30 a.m.

Rev. Campbell is joining with the congregation in the celebration of the historic 100th anniversary of the laying of the church's cornerstone.

Rev. Campbell grew up and received his ordination in this church in June 1974 when both the Lead and Deadwood Baptist churches were merging.

In 43 years he has served seven American Baptist Churches. He and his wife, Karen, are semi-retired and live in Topeka, Kan.

Rev. Campbell's grandparents, Arthur and Laura Welf, and Alvah and Karin Campbell, were long-standing members of both the Deadwood and Lead Baptist Churches and were undoubtedly present at the ceremonious laying of the original cornerstone in September 1917. All are welcome to attend. 

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