BEMUS POINT - The Bemus Point United Methodist Church will offer the second of the summer's three ''Praise on the Lake'' worship services at 9 a.m. Sunday, on the Floating Stage in Bemus Point.
Those planning to attend should bring a lawn chair, blanket, kayak or boat for worship with the BPUMC Praise Band and Pastor Dan McBride as he shares a message in this ''church without walls'' setting.
In addition to worship, ''Step into Africa,'' an interactive exhibit designed to raise awareness of the HIV/AIDS crises in sub-Saharan Africa, will be lifted up during the morning service. The event coming to the Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena in September provides an opportunity to step into the life lines of four children affected by HIV/AIDS through authentic images, sounds and textures. With opportunities to learn more about the event and to sign up to tour and volunteer, a World Vision representative and local volunteers will be on hand to answer questions and inspire action.
Seating for the convenience of the elderly and handicapped is available on the upper deck of the Italian Fisherman. For more information on this or any other event at Bemus Point United Methodist Church call 386-3401.
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