Bethel AME Church - 3 p.m. Sunday, Gospel Diamonds of Lexington. Church is in Boneyville section of Lincoln County.
St. James AME Church - 7:30 p.m. April 27-30 with the Rev. Keith Mays Sr. of Murfreesboro, Tenn. A different choir will perform each night.
Magnolia Street Christian Church - 11 a.m. Sunday, celebrating 51 years of ministry in Mercer County. Wayne Smith, a retired minister of the Southland Christian Church in Lexington, will be the speaker. Cool Springs, the duet of Cala Coleman and Erin Milburn, will provide music. Lunch will follow the morning service. For more information, call the church office at (859) 734-2482.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS DAY
St. Peter AME Church - Sunday on , April 25th. The Youth will be in charge of the morning worship services and there will be an afternoon program at 3:30 p.m. with the Rev. Everhart Walker and Congregation from Allen Chapel AME Church, Moreland as the guest preacher. The public is invited to attend. Rev. Ralph Boyd Smith is the Pastor.
Perryville Christian Church - Pancake and sausage dinner, hosted by the men's fellowship, 5-7:30 p.m. Saturday. Free; donations appreciated. 205 East 3rd St.
Watts Chapel Baptist Church - 7 p.m. April 25-30 for a revival with the Rev. Jerry Browning as evangelist. The church is located on U.S. 150 near Crab Orchard.
Three Choral Ensembles from Centre College will present a concert of choral and sacred music at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church at 117 West Main Street, Danville.
Titled "Musica Dei Donum Optimi" (Music is the great gift of God) the program includes music spanning four centuries and from Israel, Mexico, Italy, France, Iceland and the United States. The Centre Men's Voices, Women's Voices and Centre Singers are all under the direction of Barbara Halk
The concert is free.
Christ the Head Missionary Church - 2-3 p.m. May 7 "In Faith, Women Shape the Future Through Friendship" program begins. Anne Sleet will lead the May Friendship Day. The event is designed as a common worship experience to strengthen and build friendships in the community. Biblical friendships of Lois, Mary Magdalene, Lydia, Priscilla, Salome and Phoebe will be examined.
K-Love, a contemporary Lexington Christian music station, has moved from 95.3 FM to 89.9 FM. The station broadcast in conjunction with 96.3 FM in Stanford.
Christian radio station, Air 1 Radio, has moved from 96.3 FM to 95.3 FM. The station can also be heard at www.Air1.com.
Air 1 was one of the first Christian stations to broadcast on the Internet. The format will remain the same. The morning show will continue 7 a.m. -noon with Mike Shaeffer.
There are 272,000 listeners tune into the station nationwide each week. There are 21 stations and 42 translators in 24 states.
K-Love format will remain the same, and without commercials. There is no preaching or talk shows on controversial subjects, according to a station press release.
News updates are given by reporter Marya Morgan, and announcer Julie Williams will broadcast from 10 p.m. -2 a.m.
The station is also on the Internet at www.klove.com.