Thursday, February 18
Daniel Ballinger, Gospel Blues preacher and singer, will present a program Thursday, February 18, beginning at 7 p.m. in First United Pentecostal Church. Everyone is invited to attend.
Sunday, February 21
Chapel Hill M.B. Church, Water Valley, will have its Black History Month Program Sunday, February 21, beginning at 3 p.m. The pastor and members of the church invite everyone to celebrate Black History Month with them. The guest speaker for the evening service will be Rev. Christopher Smith of Greater New Hope M.B. Church in Myrtle. He will have members of his church and the choir with him.
“We look forward to fellowshipping with you at this special program,” invites Rev. Jerome Battle, pastor.
Saturday, February 20
Rocky Mt. M.B. Church is sponsoring a workshop on February 20, the third Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to provide information about the danger of not getting early diagnostic treatments for kidney disease. The workshop provides awareness to local citizens on prevention, symptoms, and treatment options.
Dr. Angela Riley, a Kidney Specialist at Baptist Memorial Hospital, Oxford, will be the presenter.
The public is invited to attend. Dr. Riley wants as many people in attendance as possible. The church is located at 1339 CR 92, Water Valley. For more information contact Charles L. Brown, 473-1365.
Monday, February 22
The Yalobusha Baptist Association Baptist Doctrine, “Soul Shaping,” will be held at Woodland Hills Baptist Church February 22, beginning at 5 p.m. The study will be taught by Bros. Ken Izzard, Bob Cook, James Edwards, John Tolbert, Bernett Fielder, and John Tedder. A light meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the study will conclude at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 23
The Yalobusha Baptist Associational Prayer Meeting for Y-Fest will be held in Woodland Hills Baptist Church February 23, beginning at 7 p.m. Y-Fest will be March 5 and 6 in the Multi-purpose Building in Coffeeville.
Thursday, February 25
Lenten lunches will begin at First United Methodist Church February 25. Rev. Harold Spraberry, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will be the first speaker. Lunch begins at noon and will be over in less than an hour.
“We cordially invite the community to come eat with us and worship as we prepare for Easter. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, the 25th,” said Rev. Barry Dickerson, pastor of FUMC.
Saturday, February 27
The Pleasant Grove Church family invites the public to a celebration of the history of blacks in America, as well as in Bryant community.
“Celebrate an evening of heritage, history and hope for the brightest of futures,” said Dorothy Kee, Chairperson.
Everyone is invited to attend this special program on Saturday, February 27, beginning at 6 p.m. Co-chairpersons for this program are Dorothy Page, Odie Johnson, and Kyna Logan.
Please join the Pleasant Grove Church Family on Saturday, February 27, 2010 as we celebrate History, Heritage, and Hope for the brightest of futures. Enjoy the dramas, spiritual music, and a multi-media presentation prepared not only to enlighten, but to inspire everyone to stir up the gifts within that will contribute to a better society and kingdom building plan for all.
Mark your calendars. You should be at Pleasant Grove on Saturday, February 27, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. The edifice is conveniently located on Highway 7 South, just north of the previous location. The celebration is set aside for Black History, but what mighty move the Spirit has in store remains a mystery. Be there to witness and share!
With great expectations,
Pleasant Grove Church Family
Sunday, February 28
Union Hill Church will have their annual Black History Program February 28, beginning at 3 p.m. Rev. Garrison of Byhalia will be the guest speaker. The Gospel Harmoneers of Oxford will be the guest choir. Rev. James Johnson is pastor of the church and Dorris Holmes is sponsor of the program.
Sunday, March 7
Pastor Jerome Battle and members of Chapel Hill Church invite everyone to come and worship with them during their Family and Friends Day Program Sunday, March 7, begining at 3 p.m. Pastor Amos Sims of Bayson Chapel M.B. Church will be the speaker for the service. He will be accompanied by members of his church. The Bayson Chapel Church Choir will render the music to help lift up and magnify the name of Jesus. “We look forward to fellowshipping with you,” concluded Pastor Battle.