Marriage-Based Book Studies Begin Sunday At Signal Mountain Presbyterian

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Two marriage-based book studies will begin Sunday at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd., Signal Mountain. 

"They Will Become One Flesh" by Ray and Kathleen Murphy will be hosted by Ray and Allison Webb. The cost is free. "The Wholeheared Marriage" by Smalley and Stover, hosted by Jay and Julie Baumgardner and Chris and Clarissa  Ackerson will be $15 for the book.  

Both studies will be on Sundays Oct. 27-Nov. 17 from 4-5:30 p.m. Childcare is provided at the church by reservation. Contact Christie Wildman to sign up or for more information about the classes and email Mary Lake for child care reservations.

The Rev. Margaret Ferguson will speak at the 8:15 and 10:40 a.m. services in the fall sermon series Cause to Pause on "When Jesus Calls Us to Hate," with text from Luke 14:25-35. 

"Made in 3D" will be the family night program in Dudley Hall Wednesdays Oct. 30-Nov. 13. Each program starts at 6:15 and end at 7:30 p.m. and will include middle and high school students. The topic Oct. 30 will be "Relationships: made for each other."


One Accord Continues To Distribute Free Produce Monthly

On July 12 One Accord Community Church in Red Bank distributed 1750 pounds of fresh produce to 100+ people for free, bringing the total to 5250 pounds. This is through P.E.P (Produce Empowerment Program).  Produce has consisted of zuchani , onions, egg plant, cabage, corn, watermillon , cucucumbers and carrots. This list is subject to change monthly. This ... (click for more)

"It's Really Bad, But We Have Hope!" Is Sunday's Topic At Middle Valley

Middle Valley Church of God announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will speak on the topic, 'It's Really Bad, But We Have Hope! '  in the  10:30 a.m.  service this Sunday.  This is part of a sermon series titled 'The Best Is Yet To Come.'  This new sermon series will develop the reality that while life on earth may be difficult now, ... (click for more)

Morning Fire Destroys Vacant Valleybrook House; 2 Firefighters Suffer Burns

Fire destroyed a vacant house in the Valleybrook Community early Thursday morning. The Chattanooga Fire Department received the alarm at 5:35 a.m. and responded to a reported fire at the Valleybrook Golf and Country Club off Hixson Pike. When the first firefighters from Station 19 arrived on the scene, they could not find the fire. Lt. Scott Sheets with Quint 19 said that ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Whiskey Company To Construct Large Distillery At Former Site Of Newton Chevrolet

The Chattanooga Whiskey Company has begun construction on a larger production distillery in the former Newton Chevrolet property at the corner of MLK Boulevard and Riverfront Parkway near the Tennessee River. Once fully operational, the Riverfront Parkway facility will be capable of producing upwards of 14 (53-gallon) barrels per day, making it one of the largest craft bourbon ... (click for more)

Judge Steelman Was Unfairly Criticized In Handling Of School Bus Driver Rape Case - And Response

We are blessed to have freedom of speech in our society, but I am always amazed at the number of folks who voice such strong antagonistic opinions about things without any apparent first-hand knowledge.   As any who wish to criticize the system should know, people get arrested and charged for criminal offenses every day.  The ultimate charge and penalty which results ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Vote For Rhonda Thurman

After studying the Hamilton County School Board quite harshly during the last seven most-tumultuous months in its history, it is only proper that I share my belief that Rhonda is its Most Valuable Player. Four of the school board’s nine members are up for re-election, with Rhonda facing capable opponents in Jason Moses and Dr. Patti Skates in District 1, but let’s never forget that ... (click for more)