Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Oak Grove PH Church is having a Wild Game Banquet at 6 p.m. in its Life Worship Center on Friday, Feb. 7 with guest speaker Clebe McClary.
On Feb. 14 the church is having a steak dinner fundraiser to support its missions ministry. Plates are $12.50. On Sunday, Feb. 23 is Pastor’s Appreciation Day. They will have guest singers, the Reggie Sadler Family and dinner afterwards in the Life Worship Center.
The Macedonia Christian Church will have the Melton Family singers in concert on Feb. 5 at 7:15 p.m.
Macedonia Church of God of Prophecy is preparing to start a food bank. Also each time they are open for the food bank they will be offering free haircuts. They are also hoping to be able to offer free oil changes for low income, single mothers, and senior citizens. They will be trying to utilize some of the youth in the community to assist with this, under the supervision of an adult.
The church will also be a free lunch distribution site for the youth in the community during the summer. They are also working on some other things. As soon as I know more I will inform everyone.
Continue to pray for Virginia Kirkland, Thelma Shulknight, Louise Litchfield, Jackie Caddell, Johnny Caddell, Ted Caddell, Eric Shulknight, David Brown, Sally Bowick, Barbara Alexander, Roy and Marlene Farmer, Gloria Connor, Sarah Jackson, Viola Murphy, Bo Langley, Kitty Cumbee, Ruth Cumbee, Yvonne Cumbee, Allen Mills, DP Caddell, Marion and Juanita MiIlls, Dexter Floyd, Bryon and Jenelle Watts, Matthew O’Quinn, Pastor Reggie Thames, John Myzell, Madison Litchfield, Rouse Thomas, firefighters, first responders, military, our community and country. Please let me know if you want to add someone and also please let me know if I need to take someone off the list.
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