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August 17, 2013

Religion News: 08-17-13

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MERIDIAN — Friday, Aug. 23

    6 p.m. — First Baptist Church of Stonewall, Stonewall Assembly of God Church, River of Life Pentecostal Holiness Church of Stonewall, and Stonewall United Methodist Church are partnering to bring The Red Roots to Stonewall Town Hall Auditorium on Highway 513 in Stonewall for a countywide youth rally Friday, Aug. 23.  Meals and concessions open at 6 p.m. and singing starts at 7 p.m. Christy's Fine Dining and Catering of Stonewall will sell grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and supper plates on the grounds, with other concession items, to raise funds to help needy families in Clarke County through the ecumenical "CAN Ministry."  CAN - Clarke Assistance to Needy - serves anyone in need in Clarke County and is funded by churches of various denominations. A love offering to assist the Christian music ministry of The Red Roots as well as the "CAN Ministry" will be received.  Admission to the singing and youth rally event is free through the joint sponsorship of the four Stonewall churches.

Saturday, Aug. 24

    9 a.m. — S.I.P. Outreach Ministries will Host a "Prayer Breakfast" at Ebenezer Baptist Church Fellowship Hall located at 900 East 8th Street. Our theme is "Promises of God", and we invite you and church family to come to this fellowship, and worship experience. Tickets are only $6 and will include breakfast, and helpful tools presented by four dynamic speakers. Musical guest will be Psalmist Lakken Johnikin, and Psalmist Kennisha Harris. For more information please call Ricshone 601-620-8224, or Min. Alonzo Williams at 601-620-8089.

Sunday, Sept. 1

    2:30 p.m. — Union MB Church, Kemper Springs, Usher Ministry will be having its Usher Day program. Rev. James McDonald, pastor of Mt. Tabors Baptist Church in Coatopa, Ala. will be the guest evangelist. For more info call 601-743-5729 or 601-701-5439.

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