Posted: Thursday, October 14, 2010 3:30 pm
The Messenger, October 14, 2010
Youth revival planned
Bells Chapel CME Church, located at 207 North Highland Drive in Fulton, will host a youth revival Saturday at 7 p.m., with the Rev. Wendell Gray of St. John Baptist Church in Bardwell, Ky., as the guest speaker.
The Rev. Eric McKinney Sr. and the congregation invite all area youth to attend.
Revival to begin
Evangelist Brian Delgrande will be the speaker for a revival Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. at Bible Baptist Church, located at 315 South Lindell St. in Martin.
The Rev. James L. Melton and the congregation invite the community to attend for special music, preaching and Christian fellowship.
To mark anniversary
Mount Zion CME Church, located on the corner of Greenwood and College streets in Union City, will be celebrating the third anniversary of its reopening to serve as a place for worship and service Sunday at 4 p.m. The Rev. Darrell Turner and the congregation invite the community to attend the service, which will feature Elder Richard Johnson and will have as its theme “Standing on the Solid Rock” (Matthew 16:18).
Turner, who grew up in the Mount Zion congregation, accepted the challenge of reopening the church three years ago and continues to be engaged in spreading the gospel message and serving in the community.
Fall revival set
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church at 602 Melrose St. in Union City will be observing the annual Fall Revival Monday through Oct . 22 at 7 p.m.
The Rev. Derrick Theus of First Baptist Church in Trenton will be the evangelist for the week. Everyone is invited to attend, according to the Rev. John M. Brooks and the congregation.
Women to meet
“Put on your ‘fair attire’ and join the Ken-Tenn ladies for their monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Ole West Steakhouse at 943 Main St. in Martin. ‘Country Fair’ is this month’s theme,” a spokesman said.
Members will be sharing their favorite homemade goodies and crafts. Barry Perkins from South Fulton will be entertaining with some “Down Home Tunes.” The luncheon speaker, Jean Malcolm from Monroe, Ga., will present “From the Fringe of Disaster to Fringe Benefits.”
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 Ken-Tenn Wom-en’s Connection in association with Stonecroft Inc.
To mark anniversary
Anointed Church of the Living God will be celebrating the Rev. Barbara Bolden’s 21st anniversary as pastor Sunday.
The speaker at the 11:30 a.m. worship service will be the Rev. Micheal Carr, chief overseer of Anointed Churches of the Living God Inc., and the 3:30 speaker will be Bishop Nolan Hardin, pastor of Greater Deliverance Ministries in Fulton.
The church is located on South Miles Avenue in Union City.
Revival to begin
David’s Chapel Baptist Church near Hickman, Ky., will host revival services beginning Oct. 24 and continuing through Oct. 27. The Rev. Mickey L. Basham Sr. Ripley First Baptist Church will be the speaker and Timmy Gantt of Walnut Log Baptist Church will be song leader. Sunday morning worship services will be at 11, with a fellowship meal to follow.
At 1:30 p.m., Blessed Assurance will present a gospel music program. There will be no Sunday evening services. Week night worship will be at 7 p.m.
The Rev. Charles Southerland and the congregation invite the community to attend.
To mark homecoming
Kenton Church of God will be celebrating homecoming Sunday. Following Sunday school at 10 and morning worship at 11, there will be a fellowship luncheon and singing at 1:30 with The Borders Family of Union City.
The Rev. Dennis Cleek and the congregation invite the community to attend.
Revival gets under way
Miles Chapel in Martin will begin revival services with the Rev. Paul Jenkins, interim pastor at the church and assistant pastor at Bashan Baptist Church in Rives, Monday at 6:30 p.m. The revival will continue at the same time through Wednesday.
The community is invited to attend.
Selling Boston butts
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, located at 1303 East Reelfoot Ave. in Union City, will be selling barbecued Boston butts for $25. Pick-up will be Oct. 29. Orders and payment are due by Oct. 22. Call 885-0963 from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. for information and to place orders.
Funds raised will go to several church projects, a spokesman said.
Yard-bake sale set
Members of Protemus Cumberland Presbyterian Church at 2033 West Shawtown Road will be sponsoring an indoor yard and bake sale Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Many items will be available for sale and shoppers may also purchase hot dogs, chips and beverages.
Revival begins Oct. 21
Church of God of Prophecy on Section Line Road near Union City will host revival services at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 21-23. The Rev. Greg Inman of Dyersburg will be the evangelist.
The Rev. Vernon Alexander and the congregation invite the community to attend.
‘Fruits’ program set
Nine women will address the “Fruits of the Spirit” at a program Sunday at 3 p.m. at Church of Jesus for All on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Union City.
The Rev. Harry Hayes is pastor. He and the congregation invited the community to join them for the program.
Brown Chapel AME Church, located at 801 East College St. in Union City, will host OctoberFest at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Clay Holiday Jr. of Memphis will be the speaker.
Dinner on the grounds will be served following the 11 a.m. morning worship service. The Rev. Clay Holiday Sr. and the congregation invite the community to join them for this event.
Revival begins Friday
Earlene Pipkin will be the evangelist Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at Anointed Church of the Living God on South Miles Avenue in Union City.
The Rev. Barbara Bolden and the congregation invite the community to attend.
Lesters to sing
The Lesters, “A Family for the Family,” will be singing at Union City First Assembly of God at 1810 Pleasant Valley Ave. Oct. 24 at 5 p.m.
Admission is free, but a love offering will be accepted.
The Lesters have been “sharing the Word in song for four generations,” a spokesman said.
The Rev. Tommy Hall and the congregation invite the community to join them for this special event.