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Editor’s Note: The News-Herald will publish current events as well as events taking place on specific dates. Before attending an event, contact the organizers to find out if it has been canceled due to COVID-19.

Send event information by email to [email protected] Indicate the time, date, location, cost and contact details. Submit announcements at least two weeks before the event. For a full list, visit TheNewsHerald.com/Downriver_Life

Events added this week

Christ the King Lutheran Church Donation Station Community Sale: Friday, October 22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 23, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located at 16700 Pennsylvania Road, Southgate. Furniture, clothing, housewares, tools and appliances. Homemade pastries, concessions, hot dogs. Outdoor tents and raffle every 1/2 hour.

The Episcopal Church of St. Michael and All the Angels, 1325 Champaign, Lincoln Park, will be holding its annual fall / holiday craft fair and bake sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 23. Twenty-five vendors and artisans from Southeast Michigan as well as the women of St. Michaels will be donating items for your family and home, seasonal decorations and gifts for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The fair is on all three levels of the church and is accessible to people with disabilities. For everyone’s safety, masks are recommended and social distancing is encouraged.

Annual Sauerkraut Dinner: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 19109 Craig Street, New Boston, Thursday, November 4, from while supplies last. Drive-thru or perform only. Pork, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, sauce, green beans, squash, roll, slice of apple pie. The cost is $ 12.


Downriver Focus on Life Event: The annual Focus on Life event benefiting Michigan’s Right to Life and three Downriver affiliates will be held on October 21 at Metro City Church, adjacent to Home Depot on Eureka in Taylor. Visits to the mobile ultrasound unit start at 6 p.m. The program begins at 7 p.m. and includes interviews with representatives from three programs that support mothers, fathers, and their children: Embrace Grace, Lincoln Park Crisis Pregnancy Center, and Foster Parenting. The opening speech titled “Embracing a Culture of Life” will be delivered by Kristina Karamo who works and volunteers to help mothers in disadvantaged neighborhoods choose life over abortion. She has served on the Black Leadership Committee of Right o Life of Michigan and is currently a member of the board of directors of the Stanton International branch in Detroit. Tickets cost $ 20 for adults and $ 10 for students and are available at Right to Life of Michigan Resource Center, 2010 Eureka, Wyandotte, or by calling 734-282-6100 or at downriverfocusonlife.eventbrite.com

Current events

Sunday School: St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Youth, 2803 1st Street, Wyandotte, hosts a Sunday School for Kindergarten to Grade 5 children every Sunday at 10 a.m. The youth group meets once a month for a community service project and a Bible lesson for grades 6 through 12. Face masks are required until further notice in the St. Stephen’s Building. For more information call 734-284-8777 or email [email protected]

Pantry: Rockwood First Congregational Church, 22600 Mather Street Rockwood, houses a Pantry, which provides personal hygiene items, cleaning supplies, lightly used clothing, and some food items. All items are free. The pantry will be open from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the last Monday of each month. If this Monday is a public holiday, the pantry will be open the previous Monday. For more information call 734-379-3711 or fccrockwood.org

Downstream Women’s Social Group: Join women at Rockwood First Congregational Church, 22600 Mather Street, Thursdays from around 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a chat and friendship. Some crafts on rings or board games / playing cards. Some arrive late or leave early, some bring a lunch bag and eat together. No contributions; No religious affiliation required. We wear masks and enter through the side door. For more information, call Emily Dye at 248-478-3412.

Holy hours with display with rosary, Divine Mercy rosary and blessing: sponsored by the Knights of Columbus on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. before the 7 p.m. mass at Notre-Dame du Scapulaire at Notre-Dame du Mount Carmel, Tenth Street and Superior Blvd., Wyandotte. Everyone is invited, not just the Knights.

Pantry: Every Thursday, DownRiver Church hosts an emergency pantry for a one-day dietary supplement for individuals and families living in DownRiver communities. The pantry is open every Thursday between 10 a.m. and noon. Participants must bring their driver’s license or state-issued ID to participate. The DownRiver Church is located at 14400 Beech Daly, Taylor. For more information, call the church office at 734-442-6100.

DownRiver Church Worship Service: Sundays at 10:30 am Strict social distancing guidelines are in effect. A face mask covering the mouth and nose is required to enter the building. If you are not feeling well, do not come to the worship service; stay home and stay safe. Let us know if you are not feeling well so we can pray for you at ww.drumc.org/prayerroom. Online worship is also available via Facebook Live every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. https://www.facebook.com/DownRiverUMC.DownRiver Church is located at 14400 Beech Daly (between Northline and Eureka) in Taylor. For any questions, email: [email protected] or call 734-442-6100.

Our Lady of the Scapular Parish: Masses are Saturday at 5 p.m. (streamed live on Facebook and available on YouTube), Sunday at 9 a.m. (Polish / English) and 11 a.m. (English). Masses on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday are at 7 p.m. Friday mass is at 12 p.m. except the first Friday when it is at 7 p.m. The church is located at 976, avenue Pape Jean-Paul II, Wyandotte. For more information, visit OurLadyoftheScapular.org or call 734-284-9135.

Celebrate Recovery: Celebrate Recovery is a 12-step biblical balanced recovery program that helps people overcome wounds, blockages, and habits; it is a Christ-centered program that uses the teachings of Jesus to help individuals break with painful life issues and addictive behaviors in a safe, anonymous and confidential environment; the program is offered at 6 p.m. every Tuesday at Kirby Church, 2773 Will Carleton Road, Flat Rock; for more information call 734-789-1260.

Christian Business Men’s Connection: Luncheon that meets the third Monday of each month from noon to 1 p.m. at Ramsey’s, Trenton, 2747 Jefferson just north of West Road. Lunch, guest speakers, open discussions, non-denominational. Lunch is free for new participants. For more information, call John at 734-692-1421 or Milton at 734-675-8999.

Rockwood First Congregational Church Chit Chat: Wednesdays at 4 p.m., led by retired seminary instructor Tony Kramer. The church is located at 22600 Mather Street, Rockwood. For more information, call 734-379-3711. Visit fccrockwood.org

Recharge: Flat Rock’s First United Methodist Church, 28400 Evergreen, hosts Recharge at 6:30 p.m. on the first, second and fourth Wednesdays and includes songs and an uplifting short message and prayer time; the evening is meant to help start the rest of the week. For more information, 734-782-2565.

Hours of Service: Spirit of Truth Family Church holds Sunday service at 11:30 a.m. at 3744 Carleton-Rockwood Road, South Rockwood, and at 6:30 p.m. Sundays and Wednesdays at 22144 North Huron River Drive, Rockwood.