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2018-03-07 through 2018-06-06
Grief Share
What:If you have lost someone close to you, or know someone who might benefit from this seminar, please let them know and join us for our weekly support group on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. in Room 103.
You can join anytime during the 13 weeks.
There is a one-time registration fee of $15 for materials {scholarships are available}.
For more info - please call.
When:2018-03-07 through 2018-06-06
7:00 p.m.
Where:Bethany Assembly of God
580 Main St.
Agawam, MA
2018-04-16 through 2018-04-21
Michael's Spring Make Camp in West Springfield
What:Keep little makers’ creativity flowing during Spring Break with new, kid-friendly projects featuring Elmer’s Glue each weekday! Today kids can explore wood crafts with glue. Parent or guardian must remain on the premises.

ages 3-8 & 6 & up!
When:2018-04-16 through 2018-04-21
10am - 12pm
1081 Riverdale St.
West Springfield, MA
2018-04-18 through 2018-04-20
Getting S'mores with Jesus - Agawam
What:Mini VBS @ ACC! Join us as we laugh, learn and grow our faith:
- Music & More Opening
- Bible Exploration
- Wilderness Games
- Camp Crafts
- S'more Snacks
- Campfire Closing
This event is FREE and open to Preschool-age children and older. (Donations of supplies or funds are welcomed!)
Register online at https://tinyurl.com
When:2018-04-18 through 2018-04-20
9:00 am- 12:00pm
Where:Agawam Congregational Church
745 Main St.
Emerging Issues Facing the Church - Haverhill MA
What:As the issues that plague the world make their way into churches, more and more ministry leaders are taking steps to protect their people, property, and ministries. During this session, we'll share legal perspective and practical, ministry-focused solutions for:

Protecting the Flock: Active shooter situations, disruptive people, concealed carry in the church, medical emergencies, service animals, AEDs, etc.

Protecting Ministry Assets & Information: Cybersecurity, document retention, corporate structure, tax ramifications, etc.

Protecting Ministry Reputation & Future: Responding to media inquiries, challenges to tax-exempt status, employment and volunteer issues, etc.

(Registration and fellowship begin at 9:00 a.m.)

Cost: This is a free event. Lunch will be provided.
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Where:Northpoint Bible College
320 Main Street
Haverhill, MA
Brown Bag Movie Matinee in Longmeadow
What:Pack a lunch and join others for this Disney favorite.
Running time: 1 hr. 37 mins.
12pm - 1:35pm
Where:Storrs Library
693 Longmeadow St
Longmeadow, MA
Family Movie - Coco in Wilbraham
What:Enjoy this movie with other kids in our community!

Please sign up beforehand!

10am - 12pm
Where:Wilbraham Library
25 Crane Park Drive
Wilbraham, MA
Ladies Mug and Muffin Time in East Longmeadow
What:Ladies, TCC is doing it again! Join other ladies like you for fellowship, fun & treats! Come in your PJs and bring your favorite mug. They will supply the rest!
9am - 11am
63 Gates Ave.
East Longmeadow, MA
Bloom Women's Conference 2018 in Westfield
What:Be encouraged as a Woman of God in today's world at Bloom Women's Conference!
Saturday, April 21, 2018
Guest Speaker: Renee Swope
9am - 3pm
Where:Westfield Evangelical Church
568 Southwick Rd
Westfield, MA
2nd Annual Earth Day Fair in Enfield CT
What:2nd Annual Earth Day Fair

Come visit us on the Enfield Town Green for a vendor craft fair, food, workshops/demonstrations, live music, kids crafts, and more!

We will have an information area where you can learn facts about composting, the importance of bee's, and recycling, just to name a few.

Come bring the kids and take part in a mural made of plastic bottle caps. We partnered with EFrC for this project. The families of Enfield really have come together for this exciting collaboration. Thank you!

We will be giving out 100 swag bags to the first 100 families that come up and bring a food donation for the Enfield Food Shelf. It is our hope to top last years amount!
Let us give back, so we can give more.

Come see a giant Monarch butterfly stilt walker from 12:30-1:30!!

Rain Date April 22nd
10am - 5pm
Where:Enfield Town Green
820 Enfield St.
Enfield, CT
Mens Regional Breakfast in Enfield

Our last gathering was incredible... more and more men are coming. We had men from NY, NH, MA & CT. So grateful to see God drawing men together to encourage and minister to each other!! Hope you can make it!


If there ever was a time men needed to get together and find a place where they can communicate things they are walking through...
If there ever was a time where men needed the honesty and encouragment of other men to walk into an identity with Jesus in this culture....
If there ever was a time where men found themselves in places where they needed to become accountable to other men and help with their marriages and relationships...
If there ever was a time where men needed to find true Godly relationships in other men where there was safety and joy as men in the Kingdom of God....

That time is NOW!
Where:Angelina's Restaurant
555 Hazard Ave.
Enfield, CT
Astronomy Day in Springfield
What:The Springfield Museums will celebrate Astronomy Day on Saturday, April 21, from 11am until 3pm with a variety of cosmic activities suitable for all ages. Astronomy Day began in California in 1973 as a way to share the joy of astronomy with the public and has grown into a worldwide annual event.
Special activities will include safe sunspot viewing outside the Science Museum with astronomy expert Kevin Kopchynski and members of the Springfield Stars Club. Museum educators will lead hands-on astronomy activities that include “Make Your Own Chinese Zodiac Button,” an astronomy book giveaway, a planetary orbit activity and space-themed face painting by “Professor Knows A. Lot.” Planetarium educator Jack Megas will display and discuss meteorites that have fallen to earth from space.

**Free with museum admission
11am - 3pm
Where:Springfield Museums
21 Edwards St.
Springfield, MA
Earth Day at East Longmeadow Library
What:Drop in any time between 10-3 and make special Earth Day themed art projects!
10am - 3pm
Where:East Longmeadow Library
60 Center Square
East Longmeadow, MA
Earth Day Festival in Springfield
What:The Earth Day Festival offers a wide array of environmental education exhibits, programs, and engaging activities. Visitors will learn how they can become better environment stewards both locally and globally and how to promote conservation through everyday actions. Visitors can also participate in fun, recreational activities which demonstrate ways to enjoy the outdoors while appreciating and learning about the beautiful natural world which surrounds us
11am - 4pm
Where:Springfield Museums
21 Edwards St
Springfield, MA
Hillsong Worship in Boston
What:Hillsong Worship with Pastor Brian Houston.
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Where:Orpheum Theater
1 Hamilton Place
Boston, MA

Join us for a Media breakfast to discuss key issues affecting girls today. Meet Suzanne Parker, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Holyoke and the professional staff who work with girls every day. These professionals are experts in the key issues facing girls today, including, bullying, sexual violence, STEM education access, mental health and teen pregnancy.

RSVP to Sarah Etelman at: setelman@girlsincholyoke.org
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Where:Girls Inc. of Holyoke Teen Center
6 Open Square Way
Holyoke, MA
Good News Tour with Rend Collective in Wenham, Ma
What:Ticket Prices:

General Admission: $22.95
Group of 10+: $18.95 /ticket

(Additional fees will apply.)
Deluxe Ticket: $49.95

Deluxe ticket includes a professional photo taken with the band, a souvenir laminated pass, autographed poster, intimate Deluxe-Only experience with the band when they talk about the heart behind the Good News album, early access to preferred seating and exclusive "crowd free" merchandise shopping experience.

For More Information: Email support@premierproductions.com or call 1-855-484-1991
7:00 PM
Where:A.J. Gordon Memorial Chapel at Gordon College
255 Grapevine Road
Wenham, MA
2018-04-27 through 2018-04-29
I Do Marriage Conference - Springfield
What:Welcome to the "I Do" Marriage conference!!
We invite people of all relationship stages as well as those who are interested in being in a relationship to attend! Main guest speakers will be David and Tracey Sliker from IHOP Kansas City.
Schedule: Friday 4/27: Service at 7-9pm*
Saturday 4/28: Main session 11am-1pm*, Lunch break 1pm-3pm, Breakout
session 3pm, Breakout session 4pm,
Dinner break 5-7pm, Main session 7-9pm*.
Sunday 4/29: Service at 2-4pm*
*Child care will be provided up to the age of 8 during each of the services and main sessions. No childcare during breakout sessions.
*Services may run longer than expected.
IMPORTANT, please note, OUR CHURCH CAN BE DIFFICULT TO FIND: 1. take Exit 3 (Armory Street) off of 291, once you pass Taco Bell, at the
very next light, TURN right into the Liberty Plaza. Proceed THROUGH the plaza, pass the Save-A-Lot and Laundromat on the left and then
TURN LEFT around the Laundromat. Proceed to the access road at the end, past an open field, and TURN RIGHT. You will see in the distance,
a parking lot and the building where we hold our church services. (GPS and Google Maps don't guide you this way. So you can use them to arrive to the area but then follow our directions to reach the building.)
When:2018-04-27 through 2018-04-29
See Below for times
Where:Breakthrough Worship Center
605 Liberty Street
Springfield, MA
Priscilla Shirer Simulcast - Agawam
What:Bethany Assembly of God in Agawam is hosting a Priscilla Shirer Simulcast on Saturday, April 28th, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:35 p.m. Take advantage of Early Bird pricing until March 16th, $20/person includes lunch.

Register online at www.bethany-ag.org today!
If you have any questions, please call or Email Gayle Gordon.
Where:Bethany Assembly of God
580 Main Street
Agawam, MA
"A Very Harry Tea" - Agawam
What:A Very Harry Tea" Celebrating the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Join us for a lovely afternoon of tea and delectable desserts all served by white gloved waiters. This is a very popular event held annually. There will be Door Prizes, Raffles, Hat Contest and Jewelry Sale!

Tickets on sale April 1st: 12.00 adults, 5.00 children. Purchase tickets M-F 8:30am-12:30pm call for reservations.
1 pm - 3 pm
Where:Agawam Congregational Church
745 Main Street
Agawam, MA
St. Michael’s Craft Fair - East Longmeadow
What: Our Spring Craft Fair, a charitable event, which will benefit Saint Michael’s community outreach program.
Where:St. Michael’s Parish Hall
53 Somers Road
East Longmeadow, MA
Women of the Word: Fearless Love Conference in CT
What:Josh and Elizabeth Eldridge will lead the Cornerstone Worship team at "FEARLESS LOVE" April 28, 2018 in Bristol, CT. You don't want to miss this special time. Speakers: Barbara Benton and Christine Disibio. Info and registration at www.women-of-the-word.net
9am - 5pm
Where:Hillside Community Church
435 Broad St.
Bristol, CT
2018-04-28 through 2018-04-29
Wreaths with a Reason Backyard Event - Agawam
What:Wreaths with a Reason will be displaying their Spring/Summer wreaths and centerpieces on April 28th and 29th. Our creations are unique and beautiful and would make a wonderful addition to your home. Proceeds from each custom creation support Operation Underground Railroad in its mission to rescue innocent children from the horrors of human sex trafficking. When you purchase a wreath from us you are buying more than a decorative item, you are giving hope to countless children caught in the web of sex trafficking. Since 2014 we have donated more
than $31,000 to O.U.R. For more info please visit our website at or visit our Facebook page-
When:2018-04-28 through 2018-04-29
Event Times: Sat. 9am-12pm,Sun
Where:Wreaths with a Reason
281 Elm Street
Agawam, MA
CROP Hunger Walk - Agawam/West Springfield
What:CROP Hunger Walks raise funds for Church World Service ministries around the world.
Also, 25% of funds raised stay in the local
community - our local walk's 25% goes to the Parish Cupboard Food Pantry!

It's a fun family event, and dogs are welcome!

Please contactFeeding Hills UCC, or email drforfa@hotmail.com for information about signing up.
12 pm Registration & Lunch, 1
Where:Feeding Hills United Church of Christ
21 North Westfield Street
Feeding Hills, MA
Phone:413 786 5061
Baby Shower - Agawam
What:Baby Shower to benefit Bethlehem House and Clearway Clinic!! This even will be held at the Parish Center. There will be a light brunch and raffle.
Donations welcome!
11:30 - 2:00 pm
Where:Saint John the Evangelist Parish
833 Main Street
Agawam, MA
St. Mary's Parish & Gateway Teen Reality Fair in Westfield
What:The Teen Reality Fair calls for high school students to 'role play' themselves five years into the future. Participants have the opportunity to choose an occupation and then will have to make a monthly budget based on their income. Last year, 99% of participants agreed that the information they learned would help them in the future.

Volunteers will help guide students through the financial/educational aspects of the booth you request/are assigned to and explain the goals and responsibilities of the booth. You are asked to assist the students in selecting the best option based on their income, provide information about additional living expenses, and record and initial cost of choices on spending plans. All volunteers receive a short training before event. Each booth is equipped with a 'cheat sheet’ for the volunteers’ convenience. To sign up or learn more, contact Meg at mbeliveau@jawm.org or visit http://www.jawm.org/teen-reality-fair/.
8am - 11am
Where:St. Mary High School
27 Bartlett St.
Westfield, MA
Clearway Clinic Celebration of Life Fundraising Banquet - Springfield
What:Rev Samuel Rodgriguez will be our keynote speaker. He is a Senior Pastor in Sacremento, CA and has been among many lists of influencers across America. We are so excited to introduce Rev. Samuel Rodgriguez to you.
To learn more go to the link below.
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Where:The Cedars Banquet Hall
375 Island Pond Road
Springfield, MA
Clearway Clinic Celebration of Life Fundraising Banquet in Springfield
What:Clearway is a non-profit Massachusetts licensed medical clinic serving Worcester County since 2000. We are here to assist you with accurate medical information and important facts so you can make an informed decision. We are not an adoption agency, an abortion doctor or an obstetrical medical practice. We are specialists in pregnancy diagnosis and medical confirmation.

Clearway will be opening up a new facility serving the Greater Springfield area in 2018, and you can help support Clearway by attending their Celebration of Life Banquet with special guest speaker Dr. Samuel Rodriguez.

To learn more and to register, please visit www.clearwayfriends.com today!
7:00 PM
Where:Cedar's Banquet Hall
375 Island Pond Road
Springfield , MA
Award winning singer Jaci Velasquez - Cheshire
What:The ministry of multi-award-winning singer Jaci Velasquez will visit the First Baptist Church of Cheshire with her Trust Tour. Tickets range from $18-25 with VIP for $45. Children 16 & younger receive free general admission. The VIP ticket include special seating, meet and greet with photos, autographs and question and answer at 5:15 p.m.
Where:First Baptist Church of Cheshire
32 North Street
Cheshire, MA
Phone:(413) 743-3649
ward winning singer Jaci Velasquez - Springfield
What:The ministry of multi-award-winning singer Jaci Velasquez will visit with her Trust Tour to in Springfield!! Her husband Nic Gonzales, lead singer of the award nominated group Salvador, and Between Forever will also appear. Tickets range from $18-25 with VIP for $45. Children 16 & younger receive free general admission. The VIP ticket include special seating, meet and greet with photos autographs and question & answer at 4:15 p.m.
Where:Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart Parish
417 Boston Rd
Springfield, MA
Phone:(413) 782-8041
Four Rivers 5K Walk / Run - Enfield
What:On Saturday, May 19th 2018, Grace and Glory’s Four Rivers Ministry will host its’ second annual 5K walk/run event. Through this event will be able to further our community initiatives in the following areas: serving food pantries & homeless shelters, prison outreach, teen mother empowerment, youth development, elder & special needs support, promoting healthy families, and many other efforts. The church and community members will come together to walk/run for causes that bring hope to us all.
8:30am - 11:30am
Where:Moody Road 5K route
80-90 Moody Road
Enfield, CT
Ladies Breakfast at Bethany A/G - Agawam
What:Special Tea Party Theme, wear your favorite dress and party hat! Dayna Hyman, speaking on Queen Esther and our responsibility as modern day heroines of the faith.
Cost is $7/adult and $5/child 5-12 years of age if you register by Wednesday, May 16. Cost is $10 after May 16. Childcare is provided, must make a reservation, call or Email Heidy, or register online at www.bethany-ag.org/events.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Where:Bethany Assembly of God
580 Main Street
Agawam, MA
NAMI-Western Mass 18th Annual Walkathon - Westfield
What:HELP STAMP OUT STIGMA! The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Western Massachusetts will be holding it’s 18th annual Walkathon, “A Journey of Hope and Recovery” at Stanley Park’s Beveridge Pavilion.
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Where:Stanley Park, Beveridge Pavilion Annex
400 Western Ave.
Westfield, MA
Heal the Land Night of Worship in Springfield
What:On Saturday May 26, 2018, One Voice 7:14 in partnership with churches throughout the city of Springfield will be hosting Heal the Land Night of Worship (Heal N.O.W) #HealNOW. We will be convening at the Rebecca M. Johnson School located on 55 Catherine Street Springfield, MA. We chose this location because it is in the heart of the city and we will be seeking God’s heart behalf of the city. We'll be gathering for an outreach walk starting at 4:45 PM in the Mason Square neighborhood followed by a Healing Night of Worship at 6:30 PM at the inside the Rebecca M. Johnson Auditorium

Join us as we translate our thoughts and prayers into the act of collective worship. Local ministries will lead worship, bring words of encouragement, pray and participate as we unite the body of believers throughout the city for a night of prayer, worship and consecration. We are also anticipating participation from local officials as they hear from us and we pray for them.

We are seeking support from congregations and organizations throughout the city in the form of volunteers and attendees. Pray with us and commit to joining the household of faith as we call upon our Great and Sovereign God to hear from heaven and heal our land.


One Voice 7:14 is founded on II Chronicles 7:14. Our organization comprises of born-again believers who are very concerned about the current spiritual state of our city, our commonwealth and our nation. Voice seeks to mobilize believers across all lines to stir revival, inspire hope and impact social change.

If you would like more information about Heal the Land Night of Worship (Heal N.O.W.) please visit www.onevoice714.org or contact email us at info@onevoice714.org. Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and like our Facebook page @onevoice714.
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Where:Rebecca M. Johnson Auditorium
55 Catherine Street
Springfield, MA
16th Annual Diocesan Wide Eucharistic Rosary Procession - Northampton
What:Guest Speaker: Fr. Chris Alar, MIC Director of the Marian Helper Center in Stockbridge, MA, will speak on "The Call to Holiness Through Divine Mercy for the Family, the Domestic Church," from 1-2 p.m., during which time there will be priests to hear private confessions. This will be followed by a Consecration of the Family to The Divine Mercy, a Rosary Procession through downtown Northampton (1.8miles, with transportation for those who are unable to walk in the procession), returning to the church for the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Adoration and Benediction of The Blessed Sacrament, with a reception to follow at St. John Cantius Hall on 10 Hawley Street. For more information call George or Brenda.
1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Where: Church of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
99 King Street
Northampton, MA
Knight Hawks Wrestling Team Fundraiser - Holyoke
What:2nd annual fundraiser for the Knight Hawks wrestling team. New Age wrestling along with the Holyoke police department are providing the show. Sam Houston, a semi retired pro wrestler from WWF and a born-again Christian will be wrestling along dangerous Danny Davis. Tickets for adults $15.00, under 10 or high student with ID 5.00.
6 pm - 10 pm
Where:Wm Dean Tech High School
1045 Main Street
Holyoke, MA
Out of the Darkness Walk in Agawam, MA
What:When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss.

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health through education and community programs, develops suicide prevention through research and advocacy, and provides support for those affected by suicide.

Thanks to Walkers and Donors like you, AFSP has been able to set a goal to reduce the annual suicide rate 20% by 2025.

Register today, create a team, raise support for a friend or family you know who has lost someone to suicide, and make a difference.
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Where:School Street Park

Agawam, MA
Hope for Today
Since you have been raised to new life with Christ, set your sights on the realities of heaven, where Christ sits in the place of honor at God’s right hand. Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth.
Colossians 3:1-2 NLT