Thomasville Times Enterprise

Church Briefs

September 26, 2013

Sept. 27

(Continued)

Homecoming

The Rev. John Paul Hasick is the guest speaker for Meigs Baptist Church’s annual homecoming services at 11 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 13. The church, established in 1885, is located at 2014 Church St., Meigs.

He is presently associational missionary for the Grady County Baptist Association and has held this position since August 2007. He has a master of divinity degree from Southwestern Theological Seminary.

He is married to the former Sandy Carver of Mango, Fla., and they have two children, Aubrey Joy and Jared Paul.

A special offering for World Hunger will be taken at the conclusion of the worship service.

Program

St. Thomas AME Church is  holding a youth day program at 11 a.m., Sunday. The speaker is Morris Arrington.

Screening

Bethany Congregational UCC Parish Nurse Ministry is holding a free blood pressure and blood sugar screening from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday in the church annex.

Program

Centennial Missionary Baptist Church is holding a family and friends program at 6:30 p.m., Saturday. The guest church is Beulah M.B. Church of Quitman and at 11 a.m., Sunday the speaker is church pastor, the Rev. Dr. William T. Cason.

Men’s day

New Jerusalem M.B. Church is holding a men’s day program at 11 a.m., Sunday. The speaker is Thomas County elections supervisor, the Rev. Walter Mays.



Event

Wesley-Shorter Chapel AME Church in Ochlocknee is holding a fall community camp meeting at 4 p.m., Sunday. The guest speaker is the Rev. Glenn King of Moultrie.

Service

Bethany Congregational and United Church of Christ are holding a joint worship service at 9 a.m., Sunday. Vert Washington III is the speaker and a brunch follows.

Program

Mt. Moriah M.B. Church is holding a benefit program for John Davis at 6 p.m., Saturday. He is on a waiting list for double lung transplant.

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