Category Archives: Bulletin Announcements

Bulletin announcements are provided as a service of the Conference, and include announcements submitted by conference churches, conference related ministries and churchwide ministries. If you have a bulletin announcement you would like the Conference to run, please submit it to office@FranconiaConference.org in 75 words or less by 9:00 am on Tuesday. We reserve the right to edit for length, content and clarity. Flyers will only be included if they provide more detailed/futher information than the announcement text. The Conference will disperse your announcement only once. It is up to congregations as to how frequently they will run it in their bulletin. Thank you.

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August 28 announcements

Saturday, September 15, it’s Remington Ryde and The Brunners under the Line Lexington Mennonite Church big tent for a Gospel / Bluegrass Concert!  Bring your lawn chairs, and arrive early for a good seat.  The music starts at 6:00 pm; tickets are not necessary, but a donation of $15.00 per person is suggested.  “Dig’s Dogs”

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August 21 announcements

Deep Run East will host a Connections Luncheon on September 9, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.  A Women’s Place will provide a presentation on relationships.  Learn how to help someone who experiences abuse, signs & signals of an unhealthy relationship, and what a healthy relationship looks like.  This event is for men and women, and there will

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July 31 announcements

Karen’s Place invites you to their Monday Nights in August Concert Series with these upcoming concerts: August 6 – Eddy Mann with special guest Liz Collins August 13 – Constitution & Ninth with Yvonne Hartman August 20 – Regenerated Soul with Eric Rapp August 27 – Simple Tenants with Wendy Schettig Concerts start at 7:30 pm – bring

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July 24 announcements

Living U, the lifelong learning institute of Living Branches, offers classes for residents, future residents, and seniors in the local community. Their fall semester includes topics of honey bees and the environment, preserving and sharing your family’s history, trolleys of the Liberty Bell route, Robert Frost’s nature poetry and more!  Classes will be held in

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