Saturday, May 31
There will be a gospel singing and fellowship at Faith Chapel Saturday, May 30, beginning at 6 p.m. Faith Chapel is located near Paris, just across the Calhoun County Line on Highway 9-W toward Bruce. Everyone is invited to attend this singing, which will feature local singers.
Sunday, May 31
Sylva Rena Baptist Church will have its homecoming on May 31. Services will begin at 10 a.m. and lunch will be served at noon in the Family Activity Center. Rev. Donnie Stewart will be the main speaker. The Pontotoc group, Fishers of Men, will sing afterwards, beginning at 1 p.m. There will be no Sunday School or evening services on this day. Everyone is invited to attend.
Sanders Chapel Women’s Ministry, the pastor and members cordially invite the public to attend their “Saints On A Mission Program” on the fifth Sunday, May 31, beginning at 2:30 p.m. All women are asked to wear white as part of the theme. Pastor Mitchell Steen will give the message. Program sponsors are Minister Geraldine Booker and Lanell Steen.
Chapel Hill Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its homecoming on May 31, beginning at 2:30 p.m. All past and present members and ministers, families and friends, are urged to come together for this homecoming program. The church is located at 1140 CR 118, Water Valley.
“Come out and help us celebrate this great occasion. We want this reunion to be the biggest and best ever,” stated Josie Drane.
Saturday, June 6
Massey Grove M.B. Church will hold its Summer Festival on Saturday, June 6, from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., in the old school at Oakland. This event is for the entire family. “Everyone is invited to join us for plenty of food, games, and fun, so make plans to come out and have some fun,” invites Sharonda Jones. If you are interested in setting up a booth, please contact Sharonda Jones at (662) 589-0040 or (662) 623-7062. Transportation will be provided if you do not have a ride. Door prizes will be given.
Sunday, June 7
Homecoming 2009 is scheduled Sunday, June 7, at Shiloh Baptist Church, located at Big Creek, beginning at 10:30 a.m. An invitation is extended to everyone to come and share in worship, prayer, thanksgiving and special singing during this service.
“Those attending will enjoy bits of history, looking back during a time of remembrance and honor of those around us. As we listen to stories that are gladly shared we always enjoy the home-cooked food everyone brings and we have lots of it,” says Barbara Hearn. Lunch will be served at noon.