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. 



Union Hill Missionary Baptist Hosts Women's Day Weekend

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"Let's Find A Way To Finish" Is Topic Sunday At Middle Valley COG

Middle Valley Church of God announces that Pastor Mitch McClure will speak on the topic, "Let's Find A Way To Finish,"  in the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday.  This sermon is part of a sermon series titled "Moving Towards Victory."  "This series focuses attention on the reality that God wants to provide victory in the life of each and every believer," officials said.  ... (click for more)

Federal Lawsuit Dismissed In Officer-Involved Shooting Of Javario Eagle

Federal Judge Sandy Mattice has dismissed the lawsuit filed in the officer-involved shooting death of Javario Eagle on Dec. 12, 2015. Attorney Jamie Parks Varnell of the firm of Davis and Hoss said, " Judge Mattice found the five Chattanooga Police Department officers’ use of deadly force to be reasonable in this case. "The jury trial was set for May 8 and was scheduled ... (click for more)

$10,000 Reward Offered For Unsolved Murder Of Janet Newman In 1984

An anonymous donor is contributing $10,000 to the reward fund in the unsolved case of Janet Newman.  Someone killed Ms. Newman 11 days before Christmas in 1984 as she worked alone inside Cannon Towel and Linen on Brainerd Road. When Ms. Newman’s boss returned from running errands in the middle of the afternoon of  Friday, December 14 , he found Ms. Newman’s ... (click for more)

A Tribute For My Brother – Sgt. Jonathan Gardner, U.S. Army

Seven years ago today, my family and I found out that my brother, Sgt. Jonathan D. Gardner, was seriously injured by a roadside bomb, (explosively formed penetrator - EFP), while on a mission in Kuwait. The EFP went through the bottom of his seat and put a softball size hole in his upper thigh. The doctors said that if the bomb had entered the Humvee an inch to the right, he ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our Teacher's Pay Cut

The Hamilton County School Board will hold a “working session” Thursday afternoon as steps continue to formulate the FY2019 budget and it is a frightening process in a badly-broken system. Everybody knows it is equally embarrassing and after watching teachers who “have had enough” go on strikes in Oklahoma, West Virginia and Kentucky this spring, I guarantee you that Tennessee is ... (click for more)