The fall startup of Sunday School at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 4791 Hal Drive, will be Sunday, at 9:45 a.m. with muffins and snacks. Classes are for all ages.
The annual family picnic will be from 1-5 p.m. at John Knox Center.
September 2, 2014
August 29, 2014
Registration for fall classes begins Monday at 6 p.m., at Second Missionary Baptist Church, 2305 E. Third St. There is no tuition fee for the classes but a small book fee for each class. ... (click for more)
Bridge Christian Church, in partnership with the City of Chattanooga, will show its final summer movie of the season (originally scheduled for August) at Heritage Park on Friday, Sept. 19. ... (click for more)
Middle Cross Baptist Church, 4009 Norcross Road, Hixson, has begun its Awana ministry for children ages 3-17. The Awana program is each Wednesday from 6:30-8 p.m. Van service is provided ... (click for more)
Registration for fall classes begins Monday at 6 p.m., at Second Missionary Baptist Church, 2305 E. Third St. There is no tuition fee for the classes but a small book fee for each class. For further information contact SMBC office at 624-9097. Currently there are students attending the school who represent thirty different churches in the Chattanooga and the North ... (click for more)
Bridge Christian Church, in partnership with the City of Chattanooga, will show its final summer movie of the season (originally scheduled for August) at Heritage Park on Friday, Sept. 19. Because of inclement weather, both the July and August Movies in the Park at Dark were cancelled. Locals and visitors are invited to come out for the free community event. Details ... (click for more)
Rhasean Lowry, 34, was arrested for abusing a three-year-old girl, and then criminal homicide after she died. Last Tuesday, the Chattanooga Police Department was called on a suspected child abuse case. Lowry took the victim to a local hospital and he stated the victim fell down steps. Doctors advised that the victim’s injuries were the result of blunt force trauma consistent ... (click for more)
A City Industrial Development Board (IDB) member who made the motion to approve a controversial $9 million Black Creek Tax Increment Financing (TIF) had not lived in the city for years, City Attorney Wade Hinton confirmed. Chris Ramsey, a BlueCross BlueShield official, was not present at an IDB meeting on Tuesday morning. Five other board members were. Citizen Helen Burns ... (click for more)
Corinne Hill claims that the library is just undergoing a normal weeding process for eliminating books. She has bragged that she's responsible for the elimination of over 100,000 books - with more to go. "Normal" weeding is not rampant throwing away. Yes, books go to the Friends for their sale - where they get $2 for a $75 book and thousands wind up being recycled ... (click for more)
Helen McDonald Exum was my friend and mentor. As I think of her passing I can only imagine the celebration that is happening in heaven as the news of her arrival is being told. I am sure that there is a party that not only has she organized but that there is not a detail that has been left to chance. I am sure that it is the grandest of events, for you see, she has been planing ... (click for more)