New Prime Time Classes Begin Wednesday At First-Centenary UMC

Friday, September 27, 2013

New Prime Time classes will begin next Wednesday, at First-Centenary United Methodist Church, 410 McCallie Ave. Prime Time Wednesday begins with dinner from 5:15 to 6 p.m., by reservation. Cantad! Youth Ensemble is at 5:15, Children's Choirs at 6, Chancel Ringers, at 6, Adult Bible studies and classes at 6, children's programs at 6, youth at 6 and Chancel Choir at 7.  

Classes will be:"Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up?" a survey of the historical Jesus, led by the Rev. Brian Davis,  in #125 Seminar. "James 5G, the Book of James, led by Dr. Linda McDaniel, in #101 OSC. "For Those Who Come Behind Us," led by  Barbara Berwanger, in #123 Hodge. "Sticky Faith," led by Chris Black in the Vine. "Couch to 5K" led by Jeremy Christopher. Financial Peace University, led by Matt Black in #101 Prigmore.
 
Dr. Doug Fairbanks will speak at the 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. sanctuary worship services this Sunday, on "A Peculiar Hope," with text from Jeremiah 32:1-3, 6-15. The Rev. Brian Davis will speak in The Vine at 10:45 on "The Gospel According to Duck Dynasty."

 


Jericho Brass Christmas Concert And Cookie Fellowship At Signal Mountain Baptist

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Red Bank UMC Hosts Holiday Market And Vendor Fair Dec. 6

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Lookout Mountain, Ga., Raises Sewer Rates; Joins In Kudzu Fight

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Don't Allow Us To Be Overrun By People Who Do Not Belong Here - And Response (6)

Thank you, Senator Corker, for your clear, concise evaluation of the president's attempt to bypass Congress and personally and independently establish national policy that violates our current immigration laws.   Our long-standing failure to enforce our laws to control illegal immigration across our southern border has made this country less safe and ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our Tubman Goat-Roping

Every spring there comes a bright day on the ranch when the straw-boss decrees a goat-roping should take place. What really happens is the veteran cowboys arm the greenhorns with some lariats late in the afternoon and take them to the pen that holds some Billy goats. This is before they get into bigger beasts -- horses and cattle – yet what appears to be easy most certainly is not. ... (click for more)