Local News

June 23, 2012

Church news and vacation Bible school announcements

• Homecoming will be at Bethel AME Church at 620 Spring St. in Dalton on Sunday at noon. Guest preacher and church are the Rev. Rasha Mitchell Williams of Powerhouse Ministries of Cartersville. Revival will be Monday and Tuesday at 7 nightly. Guest preacher for Monday is the Rev. Timothy Caruthers of Westside Baptist Church in Chattanooga. Guest preacher for Tuesday is Pastor Debra Smith of Vick’s Apostolic PHC in Dalton. The theme is “A Holy Ghost Take Over.” Erma Raymond is the church pastor. For more information, call (706) 226-2714.

• City View Church of God hosts a gospel singing Sunday night at 6. Featured singers are Allen Baker, Emmaus Road, Jimmy Driggins and The Burns Family. The emcee is Brother David Mathis. Admission is free. Pastor Gerald Foster welcomes everyone. The church is at 3688 Chatsworth Highway in Dalton. For more information, call Charles Duckworth at (706) 517-4668 or Kenneth Brock at (706) 517-0065.

• A Men’s Fellowship Breakfast is scheduled at Crosspointe Christian Centre (cpdalton.com) at 2681 Underwood St. in Dalton on Saturday, July 21, from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Guest speaker is Wesley Garren. Crosspointe’s phone number is (706) 278-2649.

• Fairground Baptist Church will celebrate the Rev. and Mrs. Tom A. Hall’s fifth anniversary on Sunday. The day has been designated “Our Pastor and First Lady Appreciation Day.” The theme is “Celebrating the Call.” The 11 a.m. speaker will be Minister Eugene Miller of Christ Community Church of West Walnut Avenue. The 3 p.m. speaker will be Elder Wendell Smith and the Hopewell Baptist Church of Dalton. Everyone is welcome. Dinner will be served after the morning service. The church is at 1688 Waring Road in Dalton.

• The youth of Free Hope Baptist Church at 4176 Highway 76 in Chatsworth will have a yard sale, bake sale and car wash on Saturday, June 30. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All monies raised will go toward the youth’s trip to Life Camp. For more information, call (706) 695-3717.

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