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June 21-23
  Everyone is invited to attend the annual meeting at Yalobusha Primitive Baptist Church, Water Valley, the fourth weekend in June (June 21-22-23).
    Services Friday night, June 21, begin at 7 p.m., and Saturday morning the service begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by lunch. There will be no afternoon services.
    Elder James Hall will minister to the congregation Sunday morning, June 23, beginning at 10:30 a.m. This will be followed by lunch. Elder Josh Winslett is the invited minister. Elder James Hall is the pastor of Yalobusha Primitive Church.

Sunday, June 23
  Pastor Larry J. Hervey and the Pleasant Grove Usher Ministry invite everyone to attend the annual Usher Fellowship, which will convene on Sunday, June 23, beginning at 2:30 p.m.  All ushers are especially encouraged to attend and be in uniform to represent the various usher ministries.

 June 24-28
    O’Tuckolofa Baptist Church will hold their 2013 Vacation Bible School, starting this Monday, June 24, and ending with a commencement service Friday, June 28. The VBS will be each evening form 6-8:30 p.m. There will be classes for four year-olds through 6th grade.
    VBS will be structured so that each class will go to various “stations” throughout the evening. Meals will also be served with grillmaster, Chad Kimzey, grilling hamburgers and hot dogs.
  Pastor Daniel Dickerson invites everyone to come out for a time of Bible stories, music, crafts, recreation, and snacks, all designed to provide kids with an adventure-filled week, especially for them.
  This year’s VBS theme will be “Jungle Jaunt.”
    The highlight of this year’s VBS will be Bible characters that will come each evening and tell their story in costume. These characters will be played by Eddie Foster, Dan Dickerson, Donna Rousha and Michelle Washington.

 June 25-27
  Revival services will be held at Bayson Chapel M.B. Church June 25-27, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. The guest speaker will be Rev. Jerry Malone, pastor of Springfield M.B. Church of Abbeville. He will be accompanied by his church family.
    “Come out and join us as we worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ,” invites Pastor Amos Sims and the Bayson Chapel Church family. The church is located at 1272 CR 431, Water Valley.

Wednesday, June 26
    Lesha’s Loft is coming. Lesha Everett, ventriloquist, will be at Tillatoba Baptist Church Wednesday, June 26, at 6:30 p.m. This event will be for all ages. Everyone is invited to attend—young and old.
    This will be an evening of fun for the whole family. Refreshments will be served after the show. A love offering will be taken.
Friday, June 28
    Everdale Baptist Church’s homecoming committee will sponsor a fish fry on June 28, beginning at 9 a.m. in the CLC Building on Calhoun Street, next to Everdale Church. You can pre-order by calling (662) 473-2823 (Sis. Julia Cox), or (662) 230-0723 (Bro. Joe Turner), or (662) 473-1405 (Sis. Bernice Minor).

Saturday, June 29
    The Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church family is sponsoring “A Showing of Love” for their very own Deacon and Sister Anthony Torrance on Saturday, June 29, beginning at 7 p.m. The public is cordially invited to be a part of this blessed occasion scheduled to take place in the worship center. All choirs, soloists, and drama teams are asked for an A & B selection.

Sunday, July 14
    The church family at Everdale Baptist Church will celebrate their annual Homecoming Program Sunday, July 14. The service will begin at 11 a.m. and lunch will be served following. The evening program will begin at 3 p.m., with Rev. Eddie Goliday, pastor of Clear Creek Baptist Church, Oxford, as the guest speaker.

Saturday, July 20
    Sunday Best At Sanders Chapel is scheduled July 20,  beginning at 6 p.m.
    “Come, show the gift God blessed you with,”invites Pastor Mitchell Steen. If you want to participate contact Marsha Steen at (662) 688-7864 or (662) 675-9461, Tara Turner at (662) 473-4888, or Nicole Folson at (662) 473-7718.
    “We will let you know soon when rehearsal will be held,” states Pastor Steen and the youth department.

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