This is where you can keep up to date on Church and Civic Activities anywhere in the KVIP listening area. To submit an item, please send full details to our Public Service Director, Ted Hering . Items must be of a non-profit nature, and are subject to review prior to inclusion on air or at our web site. Listing of events does not constitute endorsement of the event by KVIP. Our mailing address is: KVIP, 1139 Hartnell Ave., Redding, California, 96002.
God’s Precious Jewels is in need of used Gospel songbooks in good condition. They will be distributed to Native American congregations. Call 530-514-3909 if you can help.
Providence International invites you to help grow the Garden of Hope for a tour of the site on the first “no-rain” Saturday of each month from 1:00 to 3:00pm. You can also garden, mentor, harvest or market the healthy food. Call 215-1032 for details.
Life Light Pregnancy Help Center has some volunteer vacancies. If you have considered serving the Lord at Life Light, now is the time to get in touch. Call 222-5200.
40 Days for Life is not a protest group, but a peaceful community outreach, promoting prayer and fasting for the lives of the unborn. If you’d like to sign up now, log on here. 40 Days for Life begins September 27th.
Trinity Lutheran Church in Redding hosts an early learning center for youngsters, beginner with an open house and barbecue September 27th from 6:00 to 7:30. The church is located at 2440 Hilltop Dr.
Phil Dickey will be in concert at the Ono-Igo Community Church on Placer Rd. in Igo, September 28th at 6:00. This is a free event.
Helping Hands Boutique clothing give-away is set for September 30th from 10:00 to 2:00 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2440 Hilltop Dr., Redding.
See and hear Olympic Gold Medalist Ruthie Bolton at a dinner presented by Homes of Hope for Victims of Domestic Abuse, September 30th at historic Hawes Farm. The event begins at 4:00pm with dinner at 6:00 and the speaker at 7:00. More information is available at this link.
Calvary Chapel Red Bluff presents Tent Peg Village, a free, carnival-type family fun event from Noon to 5:00 in Corning, at the corner of Solano and Lincoln, September 30th.
Simpson University for Seniors is accepting students for their October classes. The two new courses are: “Coming to America: This History and Meaning of Immigration” (10:20am), and “The Customs and Culture of the Ancient Israelites” (11:30am). Classes meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, starting October 2nd. Register online here.