baby bottle toys

DENVER – Denver Baptist Church is holding its baby bottle drive to support Heartbeats Pregnancy Care Center.

People are invited to pick up a baby bottle bank at Denver Baptist, 6917 Forest Hills Drive, and add coins to it to “change” a life. Bottles are located in the Worship Center foyer, Adult Annex and West Campus building foyer.

The church asks that the bottles be brought back full by Jan. 20.

Pinto bean supper is back at Fairfield UMC

DENVER – Fairfield Church will resume its pinto bean supper Tuesday, Jan. 15, from 5:30-7 p.m.

Hotdogs also will be available, and donations will be accepted. Fairfield Church is at 7860 Fairfield Forest Road, just across from the library in Denver.

Youth ministry donating to troops

DENVER – The Middle School Youth Ministry at Holy Spirit Catholic Church is pairing with Project Any Soldier to send supplies to U.S. troops overseas.

The goal is to reach as many soldiers as possible. Those who would like to donate items should drop them off at the Holy Spirit PAC by Jan. 20. For more information on the types of items to donate, email

Helping Hands golf tourney set

DENVER – The third annual Helping Hands Ministry Golf Tournament will be Monday, April 8, at Verdict Ridge Golf and Country Club in Denver.

The tournament will be four-player captain’s choice, with prizes for the top three teams; closest to the pin, longest drive and putting contests; and raffle winners.

Registration starts at 9 a.m., with a shotgun start at 11 a.m. Cost is $100 per player.

A bag lunch, barbecue dinner and range balls are included.


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