Meridian Star


November 3, 2012

Religion Briefs 11-3-12

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    Celebrate recovery group meets at 6 p.m. every Thursday at Faith Assembly of God, 5637 Highway 145 North in Quitman. Call (601) 678-9568.


     7 a.m. – Sharp Memorial Methodist Protestant Church will hold its annual Fall Festival. The church is located on Highway 494 across from Schamberville Lakes Subdivision. It will begin at  7 a.m. with a huge rummage sale. Craft items and baked goods will also be available. Children's free games and activities will be from 10 a.m.-noon. The Chili Cookoff will be at 11:30 a.m..  Food and drinks will be available.

    1-4 p.m. – Block Party at Midway Baptist Church, 4579 Old Eighth St. Road. Games, inflatables, food and more. Free to all.

Sunday, Nov. 4

    3 p.m. – Agape Storehouse Church will honor their Pastors John and Linda Willis in their 13th year. Everyone is welcomed to attend.

Sunday, Nov. 11

    7 p.m. – Bucatunna Baptist Church will have their revival services Nov. 11-14 at 7 p.m. nightly. Guest speaker will be Rev. Randall Creel, and leading music will be Paul Barkley. Located in the Snell/Energy community.

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