Posted: Thursday, August 7, 2008 3:49 pm
The Messenger. 08.07.08
To celebrate anniversary
The members of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church will be observing the fifth anniversary of Rev. John M. and Martha Brooks as the congregation’s pastor and “first lady.” “This great event will take place on the second Sunday in August,” a spokesman said.
The Rev. Kenneth Hillsman and the New Reedy Creek church family of McLemoresville will be the 3 p.m. guests. Lunch will be served upon their arrival.
Chairman for the event is Pamela Barber.
The church is located at 602 Melrose St. in Union City.
A single-day Vacation Bible School is planned for Saturday at Manna Ministries, located at 4001 Ken-Tenn Highway near Union City. The school will be from 9 a.m.-noon and will have classes for children from 2 years old and up.
Registration is at 8:45 a.m. for the special event, whose theme is “How to Fully Rely on God.”
Children will be able to enjoy crafts, games, stories from the Bible and music.
Children and their parents are invited to return to the church on Sunday at 10 a.m. to see what happens when “Skippy” the frog is fully relying on God’s help.
The Rev. Ruth Green is pastor.
Spa Day set in Fulton
Fulton First Baptist Church is sponsoring a “Spa Day” Sept. 6 and registration is now open for women in Fulton and Hickman counties in Kentucky and Obion and Weakley counties in Tennessee.
The deadline for registration is Aug. 20 and space is limited.
The fee is $10 for a day of pampering and a presentation by a national speaker and television hostess, Ginger Garrett. There will be classes on physical beauty, spiritual beauty and creating beauty with your hands. Massages, manicures, hair consultations, hobby instruction and spiritual teaching, plus lunch and free childcare for children from birth to 4 years old, is included.
Ms. Garrett, a resident of Atlanta, will speak on topics covered in her book, “Beauty Secrets of the Bible.” She is also the author of “Chosen: The Story of Esther,” and “Dark Hour” and a soon-to-be-released volume, “In the Shadow of Lions.”
She is an authority on women’s and Biblical history.
“We’re so excited to offer women in this area a day of pampering at such a low cost,” says Rebeca Seitz, director of women’s ministry at the church. “Rarely do women get a day off from grocery shopping, errand running, child rearing and other day-to-day activities to just learn more about being a better woman both inside and out. We were blown away by last year’s turnout and hope to have even more women participating this year.”
Registration packets are available at the church office at 115 Second St. in Fulton or participants may register online at www.fbcfulton.org.
For more information, call Mrs. Seitz at (270) 472-3448 or contact her at Rebeca@glassroadpr.com. Those interested may also call the church office at (270) 472-1663.
Revival to begin
Everfaithful Missionary Baptist Church, located at 817 East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Union City, will host a revival beginning at 7 p.m. today and continuing Friday and Saturday. Bishop Barbara Bolden of Anointed Church of the Living God in Union City will be the speaker.
“It’s time for souls to be revived and for souls to be saved. Commit to join us, commit the keeping of your soul to God and trust in Him. He will bring you through more than a conqueror through Him that has loved you,” a spokesman said.
The Rev. Harry Hayes is pastor.
Singing celebration set
Elder Melvin Pinson and Lee Williams and The Rejoice of Tupelo, Miss., will be singing at the Casey-Johnson Center on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Union City at 7 p.m. Saturday. Charles Golden will be the master of ceremonies and there will be several other singers. The event is sponsored by Gospel Golden Aires.
Women’s conference set
Oak Grove Baptist Church in Martin will host its seventh annual women’s conference Saturday at 9 a.m. Guest speakers will include Elder Barbara Burrage of Paducah, Ky., and the Rev. Darlene McCarty of Cordova.
“We are believing God for signs, miracles and wonders. Please join us,” a spokesman said.
For more information, call (731) 587-5124.