Bibles For Third Graders Sunday At Christ United Methodist

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Bibles will be presented to third graders Sunday during the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services at Christ United Methodist Church, 8645 East Brainerd Road. 

A Who Are We Class for new or prospective members will be Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m. with the remaining two class sessions Nov. 13 and 20. Meet in the sanctuary with the Rev. Mark Flynn and David Hall leading the discussions. For more information call Kari Martin at 892-9363 or email newmembers@christplace.org.

A Downtown Business Men's Luncheon will be Wednesday at noon in the First Tennessee Bank Building, 701 Market St.
Pay $10 at the door. The program, led by Mark Flynn, will be on increasing our access to  distraction as well as information.

Grace Baptist Church Hires New Senior Pastor

The congregation, Deacons and staff of Grace Baptist Church, 7815 Shallowford Road, announce the calling of Dr. Benjamin T. Graham as senior pastor. “Our congregation has been greatly blessed by the many faithful and fruitful years served by our retired pastor, Dr. Steve Euler,” said Curt Howe, chairman of the Official Board at GBC. “We feel equally blessed to have ... (click for more)

"He Can!" Is Topic This Sunday At Middle Valley Church Of God

Middle Valley Church of God, 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will speak on the topic, "He Can!" in the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday.  This sermon is part of a special series of sermons based on the need for the church to be revived.  The series is titled, 'His Love, Our Hope.'  During this service special prayer will be offered for ... (click for more)

Erlanger Chooses Epic Software For New $100 Million Electronic Medical Records System; CEO Judy Faulkner To Visit Chattanooga

Erlanger CEO Kevin Spiegel announced that the Chattanooga hospital has chosen Epic Systems for a new electronic medical records system that he said will cost close to $100 million over 10 years. He said Cerner was the other finalist for the major hospital expenditure. Mr. Spiegel said the new system will mean some 100 more jobs at Erlanger. He said Epic will bring up to 200 ... (click for more)

Red Bank Police Find 17 Animals In "Deplorable" Condition At Home On Oakland Terrace

Red Bank Police on Friday found 17 animals in "deplorable condition" after making a home check on Oakland Terrace. The Humane Educational Society was called in to assist. The HES said, " Officers entered the home on Oakland Terrace and rescued nine dogs, six cats and two rabbits that had been living in deplorable conditions. "These animals are currently ... (click for more)

Injustice Is Terrible, But Shouldn't Lead To Rioting - And Response (2)

Injustice is terrible.  Period.  I am totally wowed, amazed, and grateful that the six officers have been charged in Baltimore.  Justice will be done like with the officer that shot the man in the back.   That being said,  I don't understand why, when atrocities like this happen, protests and marches can evolve into terrible rioting.  Fortunately ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: From Private To General

It was quite a thing back in March, when Florida Gov. Rick Scott named Maj. Gen. Michael Calhoun to command the state’s National Guard. After all, not many who sign up as a “buck private” climb the ladder all the way to become the state’s Adjutant General, and when you add the fact the highly-respected Calhoun is an African-American, the story only gets better. But there is more: ... (click for more)