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Sunday, September 23

    The youth department at Everdale Missionary Baptist Church will have their “Fruit of the Spirit” program Sunday, September 23, beginning at 2:30 p.m.     “Everyone is invited to attend this special service,” says Rev. Phillip Brackett, pastor. Everdale is located at 410 Calhoun Street in Water Valley.

September 23 – 26

    The O’Tuckolofa Baptist Church is holding old time cottage prayer meetings in the homes of some of its members Thursday and Friday evenings this week in preparation for their revival which starts Sunday September 23 and lasts through Wednesday Sept. 26.    

    The revival will begin with Sunday School at 10 a.m., Sunday morning service at 11 a.m., followed by a church-wide pot-luck dinner at noon. Sunday evening the service will begin at 6 p.m. Revival services will continue Monday through Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. each evening. Rev. Roger Howe, pastor of Adonia Baptist Church of Water Valley will be the evangelist.    

    The music will be led by Horace Hardy. Special music for the week will be provided by various church members and groups including: Praising Hands, Rick Peeples, Jane Peeples, Lisa Bryant, Carol Anthony, and the world renown O’Tuckolofa Choir.

    Pastor Daniel Dickerson invites everyone to come out and enjoy what promises to be a great revival.

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    Revival services will be held at Calvary Baptist Church, Coffeeville, beginning Sept. 24, and continuing through September 26, at 7 p.m. each night. Bro. Calvin Jackson will be the evangelist. Larry Holloway will be the Minister of Music. Bro. James West, pastor, and the Calvary Church family cordially invite everyone to attend any or all of these services.

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  Revival services will be  held at Union West Baptist Church September 23rd-26th. On the 23rd, Bro. Billy Childs will bring the Morning Worship Message, beginning at 11 a.m. Bro. Bryan Bailey, pastor of First Baptist Church in Coffeeville, will bring the evening messages, beginning at 6:30 nightly.

    The music will be under the direction of Bro. Kurt Mustian from Arkabutla Baptist Church. A nursery will be provided for all services. Everyone is cordially invited to attend any or all of these services.

 September 30 – October 3

There will be a revival at New Life Fellowship, Oakland, beginning Sunday, Sept.30 through Oct. 3.

Sunday, Sept. 30 Bro. W.R. Harrelson Pastor of Mt. Comfort Baptist, Bruce; Monday, Oct. 1 Bro. Calvin Miller, Pastor of Sylva Rena Baptist, Water Valley; Tuesday, Oct. 2 Bro. Ricky Harris, Pastor of Tillatoba Baptist, Tillatoba; Wednesday, Oct. 3. Bro. Larry Wicker Pastor of Rocky Mount Baptist, Bruce.

New Life Fellowship is located on Hwy 32- 1 1/2 miles east of Interstate 55, Oakland, MS. For more information, contact the church office at 623-0009. Jerry W. Smith, Pastor, and the congregation extend a cordial invitation to the public.

October 1 – October 5

     Miles Memorial C.M.E. Church will be having their annual fall revival October 1 through October 5, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. Rev. Jerome Battle of St. Paul United Methodist Church of Batesville will be the speaker for the week. “Come and be blessed,” invites Rev. Adam Tyson, pastor.

Sunday, October 14

    Oak Grove C.M.E. Church will have their youth day program Oct. 14, beginning at 3 p.m. The speaker will be Rev. Gregory Henderson from 1st Pleasant Grove M.B. Church, Gore Springs. Snacks will be provided after the program. “Come out and help us lift up the name of Jesus on this day,” invites Pastor Michael Stephens and the Oak Grove Church Family.     The program is being sponsored by the Youth Department, which Denise Harris serves as president.

Saturday, October 20

    Miles Memorial C.M.E. Church will have their annual Choir Day Program Saturday, Oct. 20, beginning at 6 p.m. “We are asking all choirs, groups, and soloists to sing two selections of your choice,” says Sis. Cynthia Shegog, Choir President.

    “Please come out as we sing praises to our Lord, for He is worthy to be praised,” concluded Sis. Shegog.

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