Mt. Moriah M.E. Church near Douds will host a community worship service June 23.
PHOTO SUBMITTED Mt. Moriah M.E. Church near Douds will host a community worship service June 23.

Fundraising dinner for Blauvelt family Sunday at First Presbyterian

First Presbyterian Church is hosting a fundraising dinner for the Blauvelt family Sunday after its 10 a.m. worship service.

Zeke Blauvelt, the youngest son of Jeremy and Jessica Blauvelt, has been battling multiple seizures and is now being treated for epilepsy.

All donations for this fundraiser will be divided between the Epilepsy Foundation and the Blauvelt family to use at their discretion.

The dinner will be served from 11:15-11:45 a.m. The menu includes spaghetti, French bread, salad, and cupcakes.

The fundraiser is open to the public. Reservations are appreciated by calling 472-4285.

First Baptist youth pool party planned

First Baptist Church is planning a youth pool party for any student entering sixth-grade and above from 5:30-8 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Paul and Lisa Greenig.

Supper will be provided.

Those attending should bring their own towels and goggles; a one-piece swimsuit is preferred for girls.

For information, contact Lisa Greenig at 919-4343.

Historic Mt. Moriah Church hosting community worship service June 23

DOUDS — The historic Mt. Moriah M.E. Church, 1.5 miles north of Douds, will host an annual community worship service in conjunction with the annual Douds Field Day/Douds-Leando Alumni weekend at 10 a.m. June 23; a social time, with continental breakfast refreshments, will precede the service beginning at 9 a.m.

Leading the service will be the Rev. Phil Campbell of Bethel Worship Center, the Rev. Phil Ross of Zion Bible Church, the Rev. Oly Marcos of Trinity United Methodist Parish, and laypersons, with special music being provided.

Everyone is invited to the unique service.

The Mt. Moriah Church is a former Methodist country church built in 1892, replacing two former churches that were built on the site in 1846 and 1867. The church closed in 1958. It was acquired and completely restored in 1997 by the Douds Historic Preservation Association Inc. and has been the location for a number of weddings, funerals and special services since that time.