Tonight’s Service Has Been Moved To Springdale
WATER VALLEY – The venue for the Community Thanksgiving Service scheduled Wednesday has been moved from the Water Valley First Presbyterian Church to Springdale Family Worship Center.
The change follows the tragic death of Andrew Spraberry, son of Rev. Harold and Carolyn Spra-berry. Andrew was killed in a hit-and-run automobile accident in Lafayette County Friday. He was 24.
Rev. Spraberry serves as pastor of the Presbyterian Church, where the Thanks-giving service was initially scheduled. The service time remains the same, at 7 p.m. Wednesday night.
Allen McGraw, pastor of Water Valley First United Methodist Church, will be the speaker, and Rev. Roger Howell, pastor of Adonai Church, will lead the singing.
About The Accident
Andrew Spraberry had completed a four year stint in the U.S. Marine Corps, and was attending Tennessee Tech at the time of his death.
The accident remains under investigation, according to Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Joey Miller.
Troopers with the MHP along with others from the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation, Lafayette County Sheriff’s Depart-ment are searching for the driver of a 2004 Taurus that hit Spraberry’s Toyota Corolla from behind as both were northbound on Hwy. 7, just north of Abbeville.
By Carroll Crenshaw
November is a busy month for Compassion Food Ministries. As we move into cooler weather and the holiday season our clients needs increase. We, at Compassion Ministries, make every effort to help meet these needs and to help the holidays to be more worry free for the ones God has called us to assist.
We look forward to our annual Community Thanks-giving Service where all supporters of Compassion Ministries and the community at large gather to thank God for His many blessings. This year the Community service has been moved to Springdale Family Worship Center.
An offering will be received at this service to help provide a Thanksgiving meal for all who wish to partake.
These meals will be served on a to-go basis at the Mechanics Bank community room from 10:30-11:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
All who wish to provide financial assistance to Compassion Ministries may do so by mailing a check made out to “Compassion Food Ministries, Inc.” to Compassion Ministries, 22 CR 389, Water Valley, MS 38965.
Compassion Food Ministries, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) corporation and all contributions are fully tax exempt.