April 6, 2013

Area church news and events


• Riverbend Church of Christ operates a benevolence house for the public of Northwest Georgia. The church’s goal is to assist families in need by offering necessities such as clothing (men, women and children), shoes and household items. Services are free and available to anyone in need. It is in the small white house just south of the church building at 2218 S. Riverbend Road in Dalton. The house is open every Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; other times must be by appointment. For more information, call Barbara Brooks at (706) 277-3719 or the church office at (706) 226-0819. All donations from the community are appreciated.

• True Gospel Pentecostal Church at 225 S. Henderson St. in Dalton invites the public on Sunday at 4 p.m. for a service. The guest preacher is Bishop Bennie Tibbs, pastor of Holy Gospel Temple on Tarver Street in Dalton. The program is sponsored by the Women’s Fellowship Ministry of True Gospel Church. The ministry president, Minister Glenda Graham, and church pastor, Suffragan Bishop Reuben Graham Sr., welcome the public to attend.

• Valley Brook Church of God at 1474 Mineral Springs Road in Dalton will have its annual spring yard sale on Saturday, April 20, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Tables are available to rent for $10. For more information, call (706) 629-3922 or (706) 980-9156.

• Whitfield Baptist in Dalton hosts a spring golf tournament Tuesday morning at Fields Ferry Golf Course in Calhoun. Proceeds go to the Coffey family’s fund as this family of seven moves to the mission fields of South Africa in June. Pastor Wayne Cofield urges everyone to consider fielding a team or sponsoring a hole. For more details, visit whitfieldbaptist.com or call the church office at (706) 278-6776.


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