During each of the past five years, members of Cedarville United Methodist Church have opened their grounds to the public for a free fun fair. It's scheduled this year for May 7.
There were plenty of people about, but bees were the stars of the show Saturday at the Cedarville United Methodist Church Honey Festival in Pottstown.
Their work for the Pottstown Cluster was one of many acts of service conducted Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King.
Cedarville United Methodist Church in Pottstown will offer a traditional "lucky" New Year's Day dinner of pork and sauerkraut as a fund-raiser. Learn why it brings good fortune.
Its congregation is attempting to fill a bus with cleaning supplies to assist those in need. Pottstown community residents are being invited to join the effort.
The annual event, which offers a variety of family activities, is free and open to the public.
A mission team from Cedarville United Methodist Church in Pottstown will head to Gulfport MS later this year to help those still in need, seven years after Hurricane Katrina struck, thanks in part to money raised during a New Year's dinner Sunday.
Get your share of good luck (or so the folklore goes) while helping to send a mission work team to Gulfport MS.