Special Adult Study Begins Sunday At Signal Mountain Presbyterian

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Winterim 2013 Into the World, a three-week adult study in helping others, will begin on Sunday, at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd., Signal Mountain, with a winter waffle warm-up from 8:45 to 9:30 a.m. in Dudley Hall. Session One will begin at 10:15 a.m. for adults, with children and youth in their regular classes. Guest speaker Brian Fikkert will speak on "Helping Without Hurting; Taking the Next Steps."

A Grief Recovery Support Group will begin Sunday, at 4 p.m. in Cornerstone Building Room 301. The 12-week seminar is a support group for people who are grieving over the death of someone close to them. For more information or to register, contact Christie Wildman at 886-2190 or cwildman@signalpres.org.

"Habakkuk For Today," a Bible study for women taught by Jean Smith, will begin Thursday, Jan. 10, at 9:30 a.m. in Cornerstone Building Room 301. Childcare by reservation is available by eamailing mlabel@signalpres.org.


St. Paul's Artist Series Presents A Medieval Candlelight Christmas Dec. 13

St. Paul’s Artist Series presents EYA: Natus ex Rex, A Medieval Candlelight Christmas, featuring music for women’s voices from the 11th through the 15th centuries.   The concert takes place on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m., at St, Paul’s Episcopal Church, 305 W. 7th Street at Pine.   Tickets are $20; $15 for seniors; $10 for students.  For more information go ... (click for more)

Covenant Presbyterian Pastor Returning To California Congregation

Rev. Jesse Pirschel, who was installed as senior pastor of Covenant Presbyterian Church in August 2015, announced to the congregation on Sunday that he is returning to his former congregation in California. He will again be senior pastor at Providence Presbyterian Church in Temecula, Calif. He served there 11 years. Rev. Pirschel had been chosen to lead Covenant Presbyterian ... (click for more)

City Council Approves $2.19 Million Purchase Of Body Cameras For Police Officers

The City Council on Tuesday night voted unanimously to approve the $2,191,544 purchase of body cameras for city police officers. Councilman Chip Henderson, who heads the council's public safety committee, said the purchase was already included in the budget. The city will get some help from the federal government in the form of a grant for almost $300,000 toward the expense. ... (click for more)

Fire Lieutenant Who Caught Baby Dropped From 3rd Floor Of Burning Building Has To Give Up Career Over Incident

A Chattanooga Fire Department officer who was hailed as a hero after catching a baby dropped by the mother from the third floor of a burning building lost his career as a result of the incident. City officials said after Lt. Vernon Lane caught the 10-month-old baby boy that the mother then jumped and landed on him. He suffered severe injuries and has been unable to work ... (click for more)

An Open Letter To Tennessee Electors Of The President - And Response (2)

This an open letter to the following people who are Tennessee's presidential electors this year: Joey Jacobs (Brentwood), Beth Scott Clayton Amos (Nashville), Jason Mumpower (Bristol), Susan Mills (Maryville), Liz Holiway (Harriman), Lynne Davis (Lascassas), Tom Lawless (Nashville), Mike Callahan (Monterey), Pat Allen (Clarksville), Shannon Haynes (Alamo), and Drew Daniel (Memphis).  ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: You Can’t Sue You

The Hamilton County School Board will convene an hour earlier tomorrow to discuss “facilities” and the question of the hour is “Which ones?” Several communities are actively studying pulling away from the county’s Department of Education and the stew is thickening by the day. Now comes the revelation that school board attorney Scott Bennett has sent an email to the town of Signal ... (click for more)