Peru Hope Fest

 

Peru, IN – Sometimes the pressures of daily life, obligations to work, school and home, can be overwhelming. That unexpected bill or lack of money for everyday needs can also get you down. It is easy to get depressed and lose hope. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Pastor Kevin Palmer and the Congregation of Calvary Temple have scheduled Peru Hope Fest where they plan to share an uplifting, inspirational message of hope with everyone in our community.

The Peru Hope Fest will take place on August 12 through August 15 beginning at 6:00 p.m. each evening. The four-day event is completely free and open to the public. It will be held at the First Farmers Bank and Trust Amphitheater located at upper Maconaquah Park.

“Each evening there will be prizes, live music, games for the kids and a motivational message of hope,” said Pastor Palmer. “The members of our congregation will be there to meet and  serve the community with a message of hope.”

Operation Christmas and Lighthouse Logos

The Bunker Hill Free Will Baptist Church is hosting an “All You Can Eat” hand breaded and or grilled tenderloin dinner on Thursday, October 19th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Church. The Church is located at 279 W. Broadway in Bunker Hill.

2017 Back to School Festival Photo

Getting kids ready for back to school each year can be a pain. Shopping for all those school supplies and clothing can also drain the family budget. Thankfully for parents in Miami County there is the annual Back-to-School Festival held each year at the Circus building in downtown Peru.

The Festival, in its eighth year, was started by Calvary Temple Assembly of God. In first three years, it was held at the Riverwalk. The Circus building has been it’s home for the last five years with eleven Miami County churches now involved the event.