Calvary Baptist Church, North Jones Avenue, Rock Hill: Judgment House presentation, “Behind the Family Portrait,” tonight and Sunday and Oct. 26 though 28. The eight scene walk through drama is about a father who takes his frustrations out on his family when he’s down on his luck. Sundays. For reservations, call (803) 412 1403. Donations: $5 a person. Concessions will be available. Not recommended for children younger than 10.
Friendship United Methodist Church, Neely Store Road, Rock Hill: United Methodist Women are taking orders for Thanksgiving and Christmas baked goods. Delivery dates are Nov. 17 and Dec. 15. Prices vary for items, which include pound cakes, specialty cakes, pies, fudge and cookies. To place orders or for more information, call the church, 324 0172. Wednesday. Cost is $3 for adults and $2 for children 10 and younger. Open to the public. Wednesday in the family life center. Menu: fried chicken, vegetables, biscuit, dessert, tea and lemonade. Cost for dinner is $6 for adults and $3 for children 10 and younger. Open to the community. No Wednesday supper, Oct. featuring games, costume contest, bake sale and hot dog plates. Admission is free.
St. John’s United Methodist Church, Oakland Avenue,
Rock Hill: Celebration Sunday for first through fifth graders, Sunday in Huddleston Hall. Wednesday. Oct. 27 with more than 50 vendors featuring jewelry, crafts, toys, lawn item, Christmas items, home decor and more, silent auction and bake sale. St. J’s Cafe will sell breakfast biscuits and vegetable soup, cornbread, tea and lemonade. All proceeds go to United Methodist Women’s mission projects. Oct. 27 in the family life center. Plates are $7 and include barbecue, slaw, baked beans, roll and tea. Sandwiches are $5 and pounds are $7. Dine in or take out. Orders can be faxed to 328 1933 by Tuesday. Ochoa, 366 5946. Sundays, through Oct. 31. Proceeds will go to summer mission trips.
Oakland Avenue Presbyterian Church, Oakland Avenue, Rock Hill: Well known local pianists Ann Herlong, 2004 Van Cliburn international piano competition finalist, and Dr. Oct. 27. Bach, Franz Schubert, Francis Poulenc, Moritz Moszkowski and George Gershwin. The concert is the first in the annual Music at Oakland Concert series and is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.