Brainerd Baptist Offers Parents' Night Out

Friday, September 13, 2013
Brainerd Baptist Church, 300 Brookfield Ave., will host a parents'night out on Friday, Sept. 20, from 6-10 p.m. The preschool ministry will treat children (birth through 5th grade) to a night of activities at the church. Cost is $11 for one child ($5 per additional child), and dinner is available for $1 per child. Space is limited, so sign up.
 
The monthly Saints Alive meeting will be covered dish on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 10:30 a.m. in BX Loft


Heritage Pointe Baptist Presents Heritage Day Sept. 3

Heritage Pointe Baptist Church, 60 Dyer Bridge Place in Ringgold, presents Heritage Day, featuring The Jordan Family Band, on Sunday, Sept. 3 at 10:30 a.m. "Please come join us as we welcome The Jordan Family Band.  They have taken the Southern Gospel and even contemporary Christian music worlds by storm over the last few months.  With exciting stories, great testimonies, ... (click for more)

500th Anniversary Of Lutheran Reformation Hymn Festival Is Oct. 29

First Lutheran Church in Chattanooga will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation with a hymn festival on Sunday, Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. The festival celebrates the writings and musical contributions of Martin Luther. Several of the Chattanooga circuit LCMS congregations are leading the congregation in Luther’s hymnody, tracing the church year from Advent ... (click for more)

Coolidge Park Crowd Gets Twilight, Cricket Chirping As Solar Eclipse Arrives

A crowd at Coolidge Park and the nearby Walnut Street Bridge got twilight and cricket chirping as the heralded solar eclipse finally arrived at mid-afternoon Monday. As the moon moved across the sun around 2:30 p.m., birds quit chirping and began to roost. Crickets started going full force. Lights on the Market Street Bridge began to flicker on. The event, sponsored by Comcast, ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Airport President Gets New Contract Amid Double-Digit Growth, Improvements

Chattanooga Airport President Terry Hart has been given a six-year extension on his contract amid double-digit passenger increases and a host of airport improvements. There is no increase in his $158,377 pay, but the board plans to put in annual performance reviews with some built-in bonuses. Jim Hall, vice chairman of the Airport Board, said it is also important that the ... (click for more)

Tom Decosimo: My Great-Great-Grandparents Are Buried At The Confederate Cemetery - And Response

To Mayor Berke, I cannot add any more to the very fine comments made in opposition to your empty jester to remove the city as a trustee of the Confederate Cemetery. I can, however, add some personal perspective as my great-great-grandparents are buried there. Penelope McDermott Cooke was a Daughter of the Confederacy and was concerned the remains of the Confederates who ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The New Mean

Until last Monday I believed nobody could ever hurt my feelings again. In the half-century I have been a writer I’ve had hundreds of people take swipes at me, been called more names, and received more hate mail than you can imagine. I also know the only way anyone can hurt you is for you to allow it and, brother, it is nigh impossible to get inside me. My defense mechanism is because ... (click for more)