SENECA — Church of His Glory, 122 S. Main St., holds four nights of revival services at 7 p.m. today and Sunday.

Revivalist Bert Farias along with his wife Carolyn, founders of Holy Fire Ministries, will join. Farias has appeared on Sid Roth's "It's Supernatural" television broadcast. The Farias both have a powerful anointing and flow marvelously together in the prophetic and healing gifts, according to the church.

• More information: Email Pastor Tanya D'Attilio churchofhisglory@gmail.com.

Westford United Methodist Church holds a mortgage burning celebration from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the mission outreach center beside the church.

Many people have already shared the church's ground-breaking service 10 years ago, the consecration service nine years ago and have been present at many of the activities and fundraisers held in the new mission outreach center. All are invited again to gather and give praises to God for his continued guidance, his ever-lasting love and patience as the members have now completed this 10-year project.

There will be words from district Superintendent Jodie Smith; a timeline of the building project; introduction of special guests; a time of sharing; and light refreshments and fellowship.

SAEGERTOWN — Seventh Day holds a benefit concert at 6 p.m. Sunday at Saegertown United Methodist Church, 620 Euclid Ave.

A love offering will be received to benefit the Meadville Area Soup Kitchen.

• More information: Visit saegertownumc.org or call 763-6685.

VERNON TOWNSHIP — The Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship invites everyone to this month's dinner meeting on Thursday at Perkins restaurant on Conneaut Lake Road. Dinner is at 6 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7.

The guest speaker this month is David Paul Haniwalt, who was born and raised in Oil City. He is the youngest of four children and he says he "got away with just about everything I set my mind to — until I met the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."

During the last 18 years, Haniwalt went from abuse victim to victorious warrior, incarcerated to free man, homeless to home owner, mentally ill to sober minded, unemployable to reliable worker, near death to abundant life, rebellious to more acceptance, single to married, according to the fellowship.

He resides in New Castle and worships at the Ellwood City Christian Assembly.

"Jesus brought me up out of a horrible pit, a miry clay and set my foot upon a rock and has established my goings," Haniwalt said.

Haniwalt will perform special music.

GREENVILLE — All are welcome to enjoy the ministry of the Rev. Woody Woodson at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at Word of Life Christian Center, 127 Wasser Road.

• More information: Visit wordolcc.org.

French Creek Brass Quintet will be First Presbyterian Church of Meadville's artists-in-residence for the sixth consecutive year.

The quintet, comprising professional brass players from across western Pennsylvania, will enrich the congregation's worship on several occasions throughout the year, beginning with the 11 a.m. service Oct. 28.

This service also includes the world premiere of "Flourish for a Festival Day," composed especially for the quintet by Kevin Dill, the church's director of music.

GREENVILLE — Friends of Music at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church presents its first concert of the 2018-19 program year at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 4.

Sue Garton is a handbell soloist known for her technical skill. Her life’s work is performing and demonstrating the artistry of solo handbells music.

The concert is free and open to the public. An opportunity for a free-will offering will be provided to those who wish to support the concert series.

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — A marriage seminar is from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 10 at Cambridge Springs Christian and Missionary Alliance Church, 257 Church St.

Organizers say the seminar helps couples to tap into the power of God as they seek God’s purpose and perspective for their marriage. Author and speaker Tony Evans explains how couples bring light and life to their families and communities and offers insights and applications.

A light continental breakfast is offered during registration.

Cost is $5 per person or $10 per couple and includes lunch for those who pre-register by Nov. 1. It's $6 and $12 the day of the event.

• To pre-register: Call 398-2542 or email office.cscma@gmail.com.

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