Sunday, December 13
Woodland Hills Baptist Church will have two special services Sunday, December 13.
During morning worship service the choir will present the Christmas Cantata, “All Through the night.” Under the direction of Linda Williams, about two dozen choir members will sing familiar Christmas music, along with some different arrangements. There are no soloist in this cantata, but the men’s section will be featured on one song. Instrumentalist are Sammie Cobern at the piano and Barbara Warren, organist. Narration will be by Cathy Hunt Ward. “Everyone is urged to come hear the Word of God proclaimed in this beautiful music,” says Rev. Ken Izzard, pastor.
During the evening worship service, Cleve and Carol Turner, with the International Mission Board, will speak about their work in Honduras. “The Turners have visited Woodland Hills in the past and have shared very interesting information about their missionary work in other countries,” stated Becky York, Missions Director at Woodland Hills.
“Everyone is cordially invited to attend this special service,” concluded Rev. Izzard.
Saturday, December 19
Everyone is invited to come out and celebrate Christmas with the Miles Memorial C.M.E. Church Family at a Community Fellowship Dinner on Saturday, December 19, from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to enjoy the meal with the church members. After the meal they will have their annual Christmas Program, starting at 6 p.m. The speaker for this program will be Rev. Jerome Battle, pastor of Chapel Hill Baptist Church. There will also be a happy for everyone after the program.
Rev. Brian Davis, Sr. is pastor of the church, and Bro. Butler McLeod is the program sponsor. The church is located at 207 Simmons Street, Water Valley.
Sunday, December 25
The New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ family of Coffeeville would like to invite you to attend a birthday celebration for our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This program will begin at 5 a.m. Christmas morning. “Come and be a part of this wonderful event. Help us to show Jesus how much his birth means to us,” invites Pastor Loyd Walton.