Friday, Dec. 31
Woodland Hills Baptist Church will have a New Year’s Eve Watch Night Service Friday night. The service begins at 8 p.m. and concludes at midnight with the observance of the Lord’s Supper and praying in the New Year.
During the evening there will be finger food, fellowship, board games, and other activities for all ages. Bring your favorite finger food and your favorite board game if you have one. “What better way could you bring in the new Year than by spending it in the Lord’s House,” says Pastor Ken Izzard. Everyone is cordially invited to attend this event.
New Life Fellowship will be having a Watch Night Service December 31. It will start at 8 p.m. and end at midnight. There will be preaching, praying, eating and good fellowship. Everyone is invited to come and bring in the new year with us. New Life Fellowship is located one and one-half miles east of Interstate 55 on Highway 32, Oakland.
A New Year’s Eve celebration will be held at Moorse Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church on December 31, beginning a 10 p.m. The church is located at 18736 Highway 330 West, Coffeeville. This new year’s theme is “Walk It Out.” Everyone is invited to join the Batesville District at the coming new year’s celebration and in welcoming Pastor Gaylon Wilson to the district.
A Watch Night Service will be held in the New Jeru-salem Church of God in Christ Friday night, December 31. “Pastor Loyd Walton and the church family invite everyone to join them as they bring in the New Year.”
The service will begin at 10 p.m. “Come and be blessed of the Lord. We will be praying and seeking the blessings of the Lord in the coming year. Have a Safe and Happy New Year. May God bless and keep you,” concluded Bro. Walton.
January 5 – 7
Pastor Loyd Walton and the New Jerusalem Church of God in Christ family would like to invite you to start the New Year with a soul-stirring revival.
“Whatever the issue, whatever the problem, Jesus is the answer,” states Pastor Walton. Revival services will be held Wednesday through Friday, January 5-7, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly.
“We look forward to seeing you. Come looking for a blessing,” concluded Bro. Walton.