Inquirers Class Begins Sunday At Signal Mountain Presbyterian

Thursday, January 30, 2014

An Inquirers Class will begin on Sunday, at 9:15 a.m. in the Session Room at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Blvd. If you're looking for an informal time of fellowship and information-sharing about life in the Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church body and what being a Presbyterian looks like, join us for eight weeks. We'll take a look at the history of Presbyterianism as we learn about the history of our own church and ways you can use your own gifts to serve in this body of Christ. Contact Christie Wildman at 886-2190 or cwildman@sinalpres.org.

Join us in Dudley Hall on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 5:30-8 p.m. for Winterfest, a night of fun and fellowship for all ages with dinner and a talent show featuring our own church members. Dinner reservations may be made Sunday or online at signalpres.org/winterfest. The cost is $5 per adult, $2 per child. Reservation deadline is noon Feb. 3.

The Men's Ministry is hosting a new series that will launch on Tuesday, Feb. 11, and continue through March 18, from 6:15-7:30 a.m. in Dudley Hall. Coffee and donuts will be provided. Tom Patrick will speak on the passion to equip men for everyday life. RSVP to Christie Wildman at cwildman@signalpres.org or 423 886-2190.

Homecoming Is Sept. 13 At Pilgrims Rest Baptist

Homecoming at Pilgrims Rest Baptist Church, Highwater Road, Soddy Daisy, will be  Sunday, Sept. 13 .  Former Pastor Mike Manning will be bringing the worship service at  10 a.m.   Singing will begin appropriately  10:45 .  Featured singers will be Maya Tripp and the Peggy Bell Family.  Lunch will be immediately after the singing, ... (click for more)

Rev. Kay Horner Holds Book Signing For "The Christmas Dance" On Sept. 5

Rev. Kay Horner will be available for book signings of her book “The Christmas Dance” at the White Wing Bookstore on Keith Street on Friday from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., and the White Wing Store in Bradley Square Mall on Saturday from 3-5 p.m. The book will be marketed through Walmart, Sam’s Club, Barnes and Nobel, Amazon, ChristianBook.com and other retail outlets.  ... (click for more)

Hutcheson Medical Center May Get Bankruptcy Trustee Who Would Focus On Sale Of Fort Oglethorpe Hospital

Hutcheson Medical Center may be headed for appointment of a bankruptcy trustee, who would focus on the sale of the financially-strapped Fort Oglethorpe hospital. An attorney told a bankruptcy court judge in Rome, Ga., on Wednesday afternoon that a buyer is discussing paying over $20 million for all the assets of the community hospital. Attorney Rob Williamson ... (click for more)

Hutcheson Medical Center Unsecured Creditors Committee Asks Trustee Be Appointed For Fort Oglethorpe Hospital; Asks Bankruptcy Not Be Dismissed

The Unsecured Creditors Committee of Hutcheson Medical Center is opposing a motion by U.S. Trustee Guy Gebhardt for a bankruptcy judge to dismiss the bankruptcy for the financially-ailing Fort Oglethorpe hospital.   Instead, the group is asking Judge Paul Bonapfel to appoint a trustee to oversee the Hutcheson finances. In a 16-page motion, the committee said if the bankruptcy ... (click for more)

Who's Responsible For East Ridge's Stadium? - And Response

There just can be no excuse for East Ridge High School's stadium being in such dangerous condition that it has been condemned.   Where is responsible for this? I know there are a few other stadiums like this as well. And there is no excuse for this.  Building new and beautiful schools, state of the art technology. Top athletic facilities as well. Yet, East Ridge ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Barners Trounce Who?

There is a website known as Grammarly that just completed a profound study. An automated proof-reading company (who I hope never finds out about me) collected 100 comments that each included over 50 words from the comment blogs of the nation’s preseason Top 25 college football teams. Then they fed them into the company’s huge algorithm computer and checked each fan base for punctuation, ... (click for more)