York County PA News for Conservative Christians

Posts today (scroll down):

Rally for Gorsuch in Harrisburg, 12 noon, Thursday April 6

Statement of Conservative Christian Center on Neil Gorsuch

One Day only: The Case for Christ Movie tonight, Lititz, PA

Conservative Christian Center Work-Dinner for Gorsuch for Supreme Court Thurs 4/6 at 6 PM

Congressman Lloyd Smucker to speak to Lancaster County Action of PA, Sat. April 8

Empowering Religious Liberty, Thurs. April 27

Knights of Columbus Backing Gorsuch for Supreme Court

Candidate Forum, York County Conservative Christian Center, Friday May 5, 7 to 9 PM

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Rally for Gorsuch in Harrisburg, 12 noon, Thursday April 6

Call Senator Toomey and Senator Casey and request that they vote to change the rules of the U.S. Senate to allow a majority vote from today forward for approval by the Senate of Supreme Court Justices.

Senator Robert Casey
(202) 224-6324

Senator Patrick Toomey
(202) 224-4254

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Statement of Conservative Christian Center on Neil Gorsuch

Judge Neil Gorsuch is an honorable man who is highly qualified to serve on the Supreme Court. He will be a fair and impartial justice.

Sadly, Senators — particularly Pennsylvania’s Bob Casey — are being pressured by their fellow Democrats to filibuster the confirmation vote scheduled for Friday, April 7. Even the liberal icon Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has denounced the filibuster of Judge Gorsuch.

Hope you will join me and fellow supporters of The President to Gather for Gorsuch on Thursday, April 6th at 12:00 noon. Once there, we will urge others to call on Senator Casey to oppose a partisan filibuster and vote YES for Judge Gorsuch, and voice our support for President Trump’s mainstream conservative nominee. 

State Capitol Rotunda
501 North 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101

Like you, I supported President Trump because he promised to nominate judges who uphold the Constitution, such as Judge Gorsuch. Now we have the opportunity demonstrate our support for the President’s first nomination to the Supreme Court by Gathering for Gorsuch.

This is the statement adopted & circulated by a variety of conservative groups including Conservative Christian Center, Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, PA GOP and others .  Please circulate this.  We hope to see you there at 12 noon at the State Capitol Rotunda today at 12 noon.

If you missed our earlier story – includes a list of things you can do to help get Judge Gorsuch approved for Supreme Court – click HERE.

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One Day only: The Case for Christ Movie tonight, Lititz, PA

The Case for Christ movie begins at 8 PM tonight for this one-night showing at Penn Cinema 14 at 541 Airport Road, Lititz, PA 17543.  Tickets are pricey but worthwhile at $15 each. The Movie Coordinator for Conservative Christian Center, Monica Seitz, highly recommends this movie for good reason.

Best-selling conservative author (Jesus on Trial and The True Jesus) David Limbaugh said of the movie, “It was so good that I was sorry when it was over.  Just awesome, from beginning to end.”

Showing support from noted Protestant as well as Catholic leaders, the Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia, Charles J. Caput (O.F.M., Cap.) said “The Case for Christ is an engaging, beautiful story of a family coming to faith in Jesus Christ, made more compelling by its basis in real events. I warmly recommend it.”

We strongly urge readers and conservative church-going Christians in south Central Pennsylvania to join us in this tonight, April 6 in the Lancaster-Letitz area of PA.  Advance purchase of tickets is suggested, click HERE.

The movie is based on the bestselling book of the same name.  The one-night showing is a special advanced showing with a live Q&A afterwards.

“A hard-driving journalist, Lee Strobel was exactly where he expected to be at work: on top. His award-winning investigative reporting recently earned him a promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. But things weren’t going nearly as well at home where his wife Leslie’s newfound faith in Christ went against everything Lee believed—or didn’t believe—as an avowed atheist.” (from their website).

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Conservative Christian Center Work-Dinner for Gorsuch for Supreme Court Thurs 4/6 at 6 PM

Conservative Christian Center urges supporters to meet at 6 PM at Caruso’s Italian Restaurant, 2719 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601 to participate in a “work-meeting” using materials provided by the Tea Party Patriots.

Following that dinner (pizza, salad, sandwiches and Italian dishes available for purchase) work meeting – you can arrive anytime to help but we will have specific steps you can take at the meeting, to help confirm Judge Gorsuch and we hope you can arrive at or just after 6 PM.

The CCC group will depart the restaurant to go as a group to see the one-night movie showing at a nearby movie theater, “The Case for Christ” as recommended by newly appointed CCC “Movie Night Coordinator” Monica Seitz.  See the other article on this topic in this newsletter issue.

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Congressman Lloyd Smucker to speak to Lancaster County Action of PA, Sat. April 8

Congressman Lloyd Smucker to speak to Lancaster County Action of PA (Americans for Christian Traditions in our Nation) Breakfast this Saturday, April 8 from 8 AM to 10 AM at Encks Catering Facility, 1461 Lancaster Rd. (Rt. 72), Manheim, PA, 17545 (former site of Kreider’s Restaurant, use south entrance to Encks Catering).  The cost is only $15 for the breakfast with pre-registration strongly encouraged HERE.  To confirm your attendance you may also wish to write: klakrad@dejazzd.com.  The website form also lists a phone and fax.

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Empowering Religious Liberty, Thurs. April 27

Empowering Religious Liberty is the theme of a “Lancaster Community Multi-Faith Event” sponsored by Faith & Freedom Coalition of Pennsylvania on Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 6:45 to 9 PM at the Bright Side Baptist Church, 515 Hershey Ave.http://www.ffc-pa.com/, Lancaster, PA 17603.  The two speakers are Rev. Dean Nelson of the Douglass Leadership Institute, and Randall L. Wenger, Esq., Chief Counsel, Independence Law Center.

The subjects to be addressed by the two speakers include: (1) Building racial and multi-faith bridges instead of barriers; (2) can we save the traditional family, (3) How can you protect your religious liberties, (4) Black lives do matter, protecting the sanctity of life.

Contact info is available at the website of Faith & Freedom Coalition of Pennsylvania.

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Knights of Columbus Backing Gorsuch for Supreme Court

A member of the Conservative Christian Center leadership who is also leader of the local Knights of Columbus has passed on to us the word that the Knights of Columbus – both nationally and here in this area – are strongly supporting the Senate confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch for Supreme court.  Robert Cosgrove, the former leader of the St. Patrick Council and a current officer there, is also a “4th Degree Knight – which is their highest rank.  Bob addressed the KofC meeting of Wednesday evening 4/5 urging members to write to both U.S. Senators Casey and Toomey.

The top national Knights of Columbus leader, Carl A. Anderson (Supreme Knight) said in an email to their national leadership, “Our Marist Poll released earlier this year found that nearly 8 in 10 Americans say it is an “immediate” or an “important” priority to appoint Supreme Court justices who will interpret the Constitution as it was originally written.  Judge Gorsuch will be this type of Supreme Court justice.

“As a federal judge,” continued Anderson, “Judge Gorsuch has a strong record of interpreting the Constitution fairly while affirming the dignity of human life and the importance of religious freedom.

“In 2006, the U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Judge Gorsuch’s confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, and he deserves the Senate’s support once again,” concludes the top KofC leader (emphasis his).

CCC leader Robert Cosgrove, who will also attend the Thursday night CCC dinner-work meeting to help Neil Gorsuch and then the nearby The Case for Christ movie, read the message to the Wed. nite KofC meeting.

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Candidate Forum, York County Conservative Christian Center, Friday May 5, 7 to 9 PM

There will be a Candidate Forum of York County Conservative Christian Center on Friday May 5, 7 to 9 PM.  Candidates for York County Judge (Court of Common Pleas) are invited to speak.  Their responses to a questionnaire will be distributed to attendees at the free event.

Popular Radio talk show host Garry Sutton will be Master of Ceremonies and commentator, with Pastor Ken Gibson as the new chaplain of the Conservative Christian Center, will do his customary prayer and blessing at the end of the event for all those who are seeking office.

CCC working group members to be present include past York County Action of PA leaders Monica Seitz (who is the Movie Coordinator for CCC in York), Gina Myers, Emy Delgaudio, and new CCC leader Robert Cosgrove.  Past York County Action of PA chairman Jay McKiernan will be present to deliver remarks and accept a “Lifetime Volunteer Service Award” for his many years of volunteer service to the conservative cause and as a exemplary Christian.

A CCC “report card” will be issued for the candidates on the  ballot for this May 16 GOP primary at this event.  A secret ballot “straw poll vote” will also be taken and tabulated while the featured speaker is addressing the meeting (to be announced).

The result of the straw poll will be released before adjournment at 9 PM.  There is limited seating – those with an advance RSVP (suggested but not required) will be admitted on a priority basis before those without such registration.  Write RSVP@ConservativeChristianCenter.org.

An optional dinner in advance of the meeting will take place for those interested in becoming part of CCC, 5:30 to 6:30 PM.  More details ahead, stay tuned.

Candidate for Judge Matt Menges, is the first of the candidates for local office to confirm that he will attend and deliver remarks to the Candidate Forum and that he will be delighted to complete and return the CCC Candidate Questionnaire.  He is a past member of York County Action of PA.

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