Black History Month: 8 a.m., Sunday, St. Paul Baptist Church, 118 B California St., Thibodaux. The Rev. Jerome Singleton Sr. is pastor. The guest speaker will be Kade Turner from St. Paul Baptist Church at Lafourche Crossing.

Black History program: 10 a.m., Sunday, New Zion Baptist Church, 263 Grand Caillou Road, Houma. The church youth department will hold a Black History Month program. The guest speaker will be Houma Police Chief Dana Coleman.

Black History celebration: 8 a.m., Sunday, Eagle Wright Baptist Church, 3590 La. 316, Gray. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Aaron Cotton from St. James and Triumph Baptist churches.

Church dedication service: 2 p.m., Sunday, St Luke Baptist Church, 1098 Bayou Dularge Road, Houma. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Howard Smith from Residence Baptist Church.

African-American history program: 8 a.m., Sunday, Bell Baptist Church, 2614 La. 1, Raceland. The church will hold its annual African-American program during regular morning service. The guest speaker with be Judge Rachael Johnson, of the Orleans Parish District Court and a member of Greater St. Stephen Baptist Church. The Rev. Deborah Morton is pastor. All are welcome.

Church dedication service: 2 p.m., Feb. 18, St Luke Baptist Church, 1098 Bayou Dularge Road, Houma. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Mark Lewis from Mount Calvary Baptist Church in New Iberia.

Church dedication service: 2 p.m., Feb. 18, St. Luke Baptist Church, 1098 Bayou Dularge Road, Houma. The guest speaker will be the Rev. Ronald Washington from First Corinthians Baptist Church.

Black History celebration: 8 a.m., Feb. 18, Eagle Wright Baptist Church, 3590 La. 316, Gray. The guest speaker will be A'Khari J. Rainey from Houma.

Revival: 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22-23, St. Paul Baptist Church, 118 B California St., Thibodaux. The Rev. Jerome Singleton Sr. is pastor. The guest speakers will be the Rev. Louis C. Clark from St. John Baptist Church in Berwick, Mount Olive Baptist Church in Gray and St. John Baptist Church in Napoleonville.

Healthy Relationships panel discussion: 7 p.m., Feb. 23, Beacon Light of Houma, 4325 W. Park Ave., Gray. The Vessels unto Honor Woman's Ministry presents the annual event, along with Millennial Ministry. Topics will include the male-to-male relationship, the male-to-female relationship, the female-to-female relationship and others that enrich our lives. The event is free.

W-E.W.O.G. Bible study: 6 p.m., Feb. 24, Christian Assembly's Fellowship Hall, 1971 West Park Ave., Schriever (corner of Waterplant Road). The ministry for ladies of all ages presents special guest Jamie Griffin. She will share her powerful and personal testimony. Anyone who has suffered trauma at the hands of a family member or spouse should attend this meeting of healing and forgiveness. Come as you are and bring a friend or family member.

Black History celebration: 8 a.m., Feb. 25, Eagle Wright Baptist Church, 3590 La. 316, Gray. The guest speaker will be Denise Washington from Moses Baptist Church in Thibodaux.

Black History Month: 8 a.m., Feb. 25, St. Paul Baptist Church, 118 B California St., Thibodaux. The Rev. Jerome Singleton Sr. is pastor. The guest speaker will be Edith Nevis, a religion columnist for The Courier and Daily Comet.

Church anniversary: 11 a.m., March 4, Tabernacle of Love Ministries, 1360 Tiger Drive, Thibodaux. The church will celebrate 36 years in ministry under the leadership of Bishop Hurley L. Frye Sr. and Elder Laura A. Frye.

Prayer conference: 7 p.m., April 20, 9 a.m., April 21, St Luke Community Center, 300 E 11th St., Thibodaux. The church will host its annual prayer conference, sponsored by Women of Prayer Fellowship. The theme will be unity in fellowship and praise and worship of all God has done. The guest speaker will be Prophetess Nero, Harrison and Ratliff, local ministers of the gospel. Tickets are $25.

Stubenville on the Bayou: June 15-17, Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center, 346 Civic Center Blvd., Houma. Registration begins Jan. 12 for the Stubenville Catholic Youth Conference sponsored by Lift 3:16 and Franciscan University of Steubenville. Register before May 1 and registration cost is $155 or $175 after May 1. Information, steubenvilleonthebayou.com.

Refuge Restoration Outreach Ministry: Noon-2 p.m., second Saturday, 6905 Alma St., Houma. This is a food-bank giveaway. Bring proof of income.

Shoulders to Lean On: 7 p.m., fourth Thursday, Family Life Center, First Baptist Church of Houma, 7382 Main St., Houma; 879-1942 or 876-1671. This is a support group for family and friends of prisoners.

Terrebonne Churches United Good Samaritan Food Bank: 254 Magnolia St., Houma, from 9 a.m. to noon Mondays and Saturdays, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays. No appointments necessary. Call 851-5523.