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Religion

April 27, 2013

Religion News: 4-27-13

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

Saturday, April 27

    10 a.m. to 1 p.m. — Poplar Springs Drive United Methodist Church will host its Annual Spring Festival to benefit local missions; the Boys & Girls Club; Love's Kitchen; People's Charity Clinic; Righteous Oaks; youth missions and church missions. The event runs until 1 p.m. Live music, games for all ages and a craft sale are new this year. Boiled shrimp plates for $8 includes a generous portion of boiled shrimp, potatoes, mushrooms and corn on the cob. Tickets available from church members or call 601-485-5598, extension 122. Deliveries available for orders of five or more plates. Call 601-485-5598, extension 123 to place an order and set up a delivery time.

    7:30 p.m. — Attend a Southern Gospel concert in Sumrall, Miss., featuring the sounds of the groups Answered Prayer, from Purvis, Miss., and Persuaded One. A love offering will be accepted at the event to be held at the Stuart Memorial Auditorium, located 5 miles west of Sumrall, 939 Old Salt Road. Take Highway 42 to Highway 44 West. Go to the Quickstop on Highway 44 and turn left onto Old Salt Road. Drive 2 miles. The auditorium will be on the right.

    

Sunday, April 28

    10:30 a.m. — Shady Grove Church of God Homecoming morning worship will be at 10:30 a.m., with Bro. Lloyd Bowen as guest speaker and Vonda Bowen as worship leader. There will be a carry-in dinner after the service, with an afternoon concert at 2 p.m. featuring The Leftovers. The church is located at the corner of County Road 514 and County Road 450 in Clarke County. For more information, call 601-483-1125.

    3 p.m. — Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, 600 11th Ave., will be hosting their annual "Pew Rally Program." Music will be provided by the Senior Choir and Sis. Wanda Clark will be guest soloist.

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