LINKS OF TAX FILINGS OF “HOPE OF EVANSVILLE” PUBLISHED BY PRO PUBLICA

first_imgTHE ATTACHED LINKS ONLY COVERED THE FISCAL YEAR OF 2016.  WE ARE EXTREMELY CURIOUS WHY PRO PUBLICA HASN’T RECORDED ANY ANNUAL TAX FILINGS OF “HOPE OF EVANSVILLE” FOR 2017 TO 2019.THIS LINK IS FROM PRO PUBLICA SHOWS THE SUMMERY OF THE TAX FILING OF THE NON- PROFIT HOPE OF EVANSVILLE, INC.https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/356075575THIS LINK FROM PRO PUBLICA SHOWS THE TAX FILINGS FOR THE NON-PROFIT HOPE OF EVANSVILLE https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/356075575/201802269349301885/full FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img

OCEAN CITY COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING SERVICE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22

first_imgPhoto Credit: St. Peter’s United Methodist Church website. The Tuesday of Thanksgiving week the Ocean City community gathers each year for city-wide service of thanks for God’s provision—continuing a tradition that began in colonial United States.  This year’s service is at St. Peter’s United Methodist Church, 8th & Central, November 22, 7:00 pm.  Mayor Jay Gillian reads President Obama’s Thanksgiving proclamation and  Rev. Elizabeth Mallozzi, Chaplain of the Wesley Communities at The Shores (“Wesley Manor”) brings the sermon.Music includes traditional Thanksgiving hymns, “Peal con Brio” by the Bells, and “With a Voice of Singing” from a community-wide choir (all singers invited, just come at 6:15 pm) coordinated by organist John Bate.  Other participants include: Rev. Drena Garrett, St. James AME, Rev. Dr. John Jamieson, Union Chapel; Paul Jerkins, Shiloh Baptist; Fr. Allen Lovell, St Damien’s Parish; Linda MacIntyre, Ecumenical Council; Micki Merritt, Holy Trinity Episcopal; Rev. John Sheldon, First Presbyterian; Rev. Marcia Stanford, Macedonia UMC; Dr. Richard Stanislaw, St. Peter’s UMC; and Pastor Matt Stokes, Coastal Christian.  An offering benefits the Ecumenical Food Cupboard.The entire community is invited to this celebration of Thanksgiving.Information: St. Peter’s UMC 609.399.2988last_img read more