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.


"Our Nation Is Worth Fighting For" Is Sunday's Topic At Middle Valley

Pastor Mitch McClure of Middle Valley Church of God will speak on the topic, 'Our Nation Is Worth Fighting For! '  in the  10:30 a.m.  service this  Sunday .  This is part of a new sermon series titled 'Some Things Are Worth Fighting For.'  This sermon series will focus on the need for Christians to energize their life in such ... (click for more)

New Covenant Fellowship Church To Celebrate 20th Anniversary

The New Covenant Fellowship Church and its founding pastor, Dr. Bernie Miller will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Friday, July 8, with a concert featuring Grammy and Stellar award winning gospel artist, Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr singers. The public is invited to attend. Tickets are $20. A church picnic is also planned for Saturday, July 9, from 12-3 p.m. on the Cumberland ... (click for more)

Signal Mountain Man Charged In Traffic Death Of Tunnel Hill Woman, 28

Authorities said a Signal Mountain man was driving when his vehicle struck and killed a woman walking along a road at Ringgold, Ga., on Thursday night. Tyler Alexander Lemley, 20, was charged with DUI. Other charges are pending. Kimberly Diane Dotson, 28, of Tunnel Hill, Ga., was walking southbound on the west edge of Sam Lewis Road when she was hit. Lemley was driving ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Woman Sues Over Treatment Of Disabled Daughter At Memphis Airport Security Checkpoint

A Chattanooga woman has filed suit, alleging that her disabled daughter was roughed up by airport police and Transportation Security Administration personnel at the Memphis Airport. Shirley Cohen said she was returning to Chattanooga after taking her 19-year-old daughter to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital for treatment. The lawsuit filed in Memphis says the daughter ... (click for more)

A Disturbing Trend At Exit 11 - And Response (6)

So, am I the first to notice a trend?   How many wrecks does exit 11 need before anyone asks "whats up with that?"  I have lost count of the wrecks that continue to happen, even after last year's awful loss of life (which I believe 51 percent of the blame should fall on the THP officer on duty).  The problem with this section of interstate are sight lines ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My Garden This July

I can never remember a day in July when my garden, my lawn, my dogwood tree, and my ferns are all wilting for lack of rain. Right now we are more than eight inches under our average rainfall for the first six months and, on this wonderful weekend, those who love firecrackers are urged to keep a pail of water in case a spark could cause a fire. On the other hand, every July 4 th ... (click for more)