Wednesday Programs Begin At Lookout Mountain Presbyterian

Friday, August 30, 2013

"God is the Source of the Gospel," with text from Galatians 1:11-24, will be the subject for worship services on Sunday, at Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church, 310 North Bragg, Lookout Mountain. Jared Huffman will speak at the 8:10, 9:30 and 11 a.m. sanctuary services and Aaron Tolson will speak at the 9:30 and 112 a.m. service in Fellowship Hall.

Registration for Family Camp begins Sept. 3. Mark you calendar, spots fill up early. Camp dates are Sept. 27-29.

Bible studies for all women begin the week of Sept. 3 (after Labor Day.) Look for the posters around the church for more information on locations and schedule. 

Children's choirs for grades 1-3 and 4-5 will begin Sept. 4. Parents, sign your children up in the fellowship hall lobby. 

Chancel Choir for adults begins on Sept. 4. Please contact scottf@lmpc.org if you would like to be involved!

A men's Bible study begins on Sept. 11 and 6:30 a.m. David Arthur will teach on Paul's powerful letter to the Phillipians.

The next Inquirers' Class will start Sept. 11 at 6:00 p.m. in the Conference Room, for those who wish to join the church or just want to learn more about what we believe. The class will meet for an hour each Wednesday night until Oct. 16. Nursery is provided. 


United Methodist Men Hold Several Events This Weekend

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St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Holds Youth And Young Adult Day This Sunday

St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Church will hold its Youth and Young Adult Day Ministry on  June 14 during the 11 a.m.  worship service.  The guest speaker will be Minister Ron Jones of Abba’s House and the guest soloist will be Zapouria and Sharon Wadley.  The college and high school graduates along with other youth will be recognized for their accomplishments ... (click for more)

EPB Seeks 3.5% Rate Increase; First Since 2011

EPB on Friday morning asked its board of directors to consider a 3.5 percent rate increase to monthly electric power charges for customers, effective July 1. The board is set to vote on the measure in June. For residential customers who use 1,000 kWh of electric power in a month, this adjustment will reflect an increase of about $3.50 on their monthly bills. The 3.5 percent ... (click for more)

Garcia Charged With Armed Robbery Of Red Bank Dollar Store

Red Bank Police have charged 25-year-old Derek Matthew Garcia with the armed robbery of the Dollar General Store at 4707 Dayton Blvd. Police Chief Tim Christol said the robbery occurred last Friday at approximately 12:30 p.m. when Garcia entered the store armed with a knife and demanded the clerk give him all the money from the cash register. He was arrested Thursday ... (click for more)

Don't Make A Mockery Of Memorial Day - And Response

We're told Memorial Day is the day to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in order that we, as Americans and others around the world, might live free, unshackled (invisible or otherwise) and without oppression. But how is that so when so many in America continue to be denied those freedoms? Others whose family and friends made the ultimate sacrifice? Their surviving families ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Chincoteague Mourns ‘Dude’

In the span of a person’s life, there are some things that simply can’t be explained to be totally understood. And of all the spectacles I have ever personally witnessed, one of the best is that day in late July when they “pen the ponies” at Chincoteague Island, Va. I’m serious. Over 50,000 people watch every year as volunteer “Saltwater Cowboys” swim the wild ponies to the mainland ... (click for more)