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February 16, 2013

Religion News

MERIDIAN —     Please email all Religion calendar briefs to editor@themeridianstar.com.

Sunday, Feb. 17

    11 a.m. — White Stone Baptist Church of Lawrence, Miss., invites you to "The Best Is Yet to Come Pastoral Anniversary Celebration 2013" honoring Pastors Apostle Everett and Prophetess LouAnn Heidelberg. Our theme is "MOVING FORWARD: Resting in the Lord!" We begin with 11 a.m. worship service featuring guest speaker, Pastor Terry Weems of Columbia, Miss. At 3 p.m., the main event takes place with guest speaker Pastor Clinton Heidelberg. For more info, call 601-683-7082 or log onto whitestoneeagvis.com.

    3 p.m. — The Missionary Society of New Hope Baptist Church will present the annual Black History Program in the church's sanctuary. Mrs. Carole Boykin, wife of Interim Pastor Rev. Phillip Boykin, will explore the theme " Looking Back In Order To Move Forward." The church is located at 2614 13th St., Meridian. Everyone is invited to attend. For further information contact J. Cockfield at 601-693-2058. Mrs. Annie Hudson serves as Missionary Society president.

Friday, Feb. 22

    7 p.m. — AW Productions presents at the Waynesboro Auditorium "Love With No Limits," a gospel stage play written and directed by Alonzo Williams. This inspirational play production deals with feel life situations, and explains why we should never put a limit on love. It's great for the whole family and is filled with singing, comedy and more. Starring: Ava Parker, Carmen Rankin, Jamie Whimley, Johnathon Hardaway, Jim Martin, Lakken Johnikin Cheryl Fluker and many more. Musical appearances by Voices of Victory. Cost of tickets are $6 in advance, and $10 at the door. Group rates are avaliable. Ticket Location is at Miracle Cleaners, located at 212 Mississippi Drive, Waynesboro. For more information, call 601-582-0002 or 601-348-1423.

Saturday, Feb. 23

    8:30 a.m. — The theme for the 16th Annual Cooper’s Chapel Ladies Conference will be “Hidden Joy In A Dark Corner.” The guest speaker will be Wendy Blight with Proverbs 31 Ministries. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. Tickets are $15 and include admission, breakfast and lunch. Door prizes will be given away. Cooper’s Chapel is located on Highway 511East of Quitman.

    6 p.m. — The singing trio, "The Red Roots" will perform. A love offering will be taken for a spaghetti dinner, which begins at 6 p.m. with proceeds to benefit William Lee, who lost his home to a fire. "The Red Roots," a bluegrass Southern gospel trio, will perform beginning at 7 p.m. for a love offering.

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