Posted: Thursday, December 31, 2009 8:59 pm
James to minister
Eddie James and his team, Excaliber, known for being with Karen Wheaton’s ministry at “the Ramp” ministry in Hamilton, Ala., will minister at Water Valley (Ky.) Pentecostal Tabernacle at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The doors will open at 6.
Pastor is the Rev. Larry McClure. For more information, call (270) 804-2846.
Soul Food Cafe slated
Exchange Street Church of Christ, located at 420 Exchange St. in Union City, will host Soul Food Cafe Wednesday from 5:30-8 p.m.
The community is invited to enjoy a free meal of pot roast, potatoes, carrots, rolls, salad and dessert.
Free blood pressure screenings and body mass index checks will be performed.
LIFELINE Blood Mobile will also be on hand for those wishing to donate blood from 3-7 p.m. All donors will receive a thank-you gift.
Donors can visit www.lifelinebloodserv.org to begin their registration online.
Donors are reminded to bring proof of identity. A photo ID or two alternate forms of identification (blood center card, Social Security card, birth certificate, library card, voter registration card, club membership card, insurance card, payroll stub, current utility bill, professional license, selective service card, personal check book, voter registration, bank or credit card, school or work ID without photo, vehicle registration, INS card, fishing or hunting license) are necessary.
LIFELINE is the official blood and blood products provider for patients the local hospital and 18 other West Tennessee hospitals. Patients rely on blood transfusions for treatment and recovery from devastating illnesses such as leukemia and other cancers. Accident victims and patients requiring surgery also benefit from blood transfusions. Blood given to any other blood bank does not necessarily help local patients because the blood may be sent to other parts of the state.
For information about helping to save a life by donating blood, call (800) 924-6572.
Angel Food deadline set
Exchange Street Church of Christ, located at 420 Exchange St. in Union City, will be accepting orders for January delivery of Angel Food boxes until Jan. 14.
The program is open to anyone of any income level or any religious affiliation.
January’s signature box, which costs $30, includes 1 1/2 pounds of choice beef roast, two pounds of baby back ribs, 2 1/2 pounds of split chicken breast, a two-pound mac and beef dinner entreé, 1 1/2 pounds of fully-cooked all-white meat breaded chicken breast patties, one pound of lean ground beef, one pound of bratwurst with cheese, one pound of frozen sliced carrots, one pound of whole kernel corn, an eight-count package of frozen heat-and-serve buttermilk pancakes, a 10-count package of whole wheat dinner rolls, three pounds or four large russett baking potatoes, 32 ounces of 2 percent shelf-stable milk, a dozen eggs and a dessert.
Also available are 10 senior and convenience meals for $28, an allergen-free food box for $23, a six-pound box of seafood for $35, a seven-pound meat grill box for $23, a five-pound meat and chicken combo box for $22, a 10-pound battered boneless wing box for $18, a seven-pound premium meat box for $32 and a premium fresh fruit and veggie box for $22. Additional information about these boxes can be found online at angelfoodministries.com or at the church office.
Orders must be paid in advance and may be placed at the church office Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 1-3 p.m. or Wednesday from 5-6 p.m. Orders may be paid for with cash, check, money order or food stamps. Orders may be made and paid with credit cards online.
The food must be picked up at the church on Jan. 23 between noon and 1 p.m.
Published in The Messenger 12.31.09
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