Church news 6.10.10
Posted: Thursday, June 10, 2010 8:57 pm
Church plans program
Bell’s Chapel CME Church at 207 North Highland Drive in Fulton will have a Trustee Program Sunday at 3 p.m.
The special guest will be the Rev. Andre Belmont of South Fulton Antioch Church.
The Rev. Eric McKinney Sr. and the congregation invite the community to attend.
Women to meet
“Come in out of the heat and join the local Ken-Tenn Women’s Connection for a luncheon Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Ole West Steakhouse at 943 Main St. in Martin,” a spokesman for the organization has said. “The theme for this ‘cool’ event will be ‘Guys and Dolls’ with a special feature by Dennis Casto from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He will be giving tips on being environmentally ‘green.’”
Mary Beth Chandler of Kenton will entertain with “Summer Tunes.”
The inspirational speaker will be Jo Jean Voelkel from Belleville, Ill. Her program’s title will be “Broken Pieces and Super Glue.”
All women are welcome to attend. The $10 price includes buffet, beverage and tip. Walk-ins are welcome or reservations can be made by Monday morning by calling (731) 587-3915, 885-0087, (731) 479-2979 or 479-8020.
The program is sponsored by the Ken-Tenn Women’s Connection in association with Stonecroft Inc.
To observe homecoming
The Rev. Billy Crowell and the congregation of Harmony Baptist Church, located at 925 Palmersville Highway 89 near Dresden, will be celebrating homecoming Sunday, with Doug Morris as a special guest. Sunday school will be at 10, followed by worship at 11 and a noon fellowship meal. The community is invited to attend.
Home Street Church of God, located at 417 South Home St. in Union City, will host a yard and bake sale Friday and Saturday beginning at 7 each morning.
The proceeds will be used for a community outreach event to be held at the end of June.
The sale will include clothes, crafts and household items, plus delicious pies and cakes.
Special observance set
Beech Cumberland Presbyterian Church, located at 880 Beech Chapel Road near Union City, will observe homecoming and Decoration Day Sunday. Sunday school will begin at 10, with worship at 11 and lunch at noon, followed by a meeting of the cemetery association at 1:30.
All who are interested are invited to attend, according to the pastor, Dr. Bobby Williams.
There will be no evening service.
Decoration Day slated
Decoration Day will be observed at Minnick Bible Church Sunday, with worship at 11 a.m. and a fellowship dinner at noon. A meeting of the Minnick Cemetery Association is set for 1:30 p.m. and the community is invited to attend.
Sports still open
Spots are still open for each sport at the mega sports camp, “The Great Comeback,” being offered at Union City First Assembly of God at 1810 Pleasant Valley Ave. Monday through June 17 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Children entering kindergarten through sixth grade in the fall are invited to enjoy the free sports camp, which will offer a choice of basketball, soccer or cheerleading. Walk-ons will be welcome each day, as long as openings allow, according to the Rev. Lori Eilers.
Call the church at 885-2612 for more information or to register.
Nichols to speak
Blake Nichols of Nashville, formerly of Union City, will be the guest speaker Sunday at Crosswind Church on Barham Road in Union City. Worship Celebration begins at 10:25 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend, a spokesman said.
Union City Second Baptist Church is hosting Vacation Bible School with the theme “Saddle Ridge Ranch: Roundin’ Up Questions, Drivin’ Home Answers” Monday through Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Classes are available for children in kindergarten-fifth grade.
Family Night will be Wednesday, with supper from 5-6 p.m. featuring free hamburgers and hot dogs, and a special program starring children enrolled in VBS at 6:15.
The church is located at 831 North Everett Blvd.
To sell lunches
Members of Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church at 720 East College St. in Union City will be selling plate lunches with turkey and dressing/ham, green beans, Mexican corn, mashed potatoes, rolls, tea and dessert for eat-in or carry-out diners from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at the church. Donations of $6 per plate are being requested. To order ahead, call 885-7362. The Pastor’s Aide Committee is sponsoring the event.
The Rev. A.E. McCadney is pastor.
Published in The Messenger 6.10.10