Church Closings Announced For Wednesday

Wednesday, February 12, 2014


Abba's House - offices closed, no evening service or activities
Battlefield Parkway church of the Nazarene- no services                
Bnaizion Synagogue - closed today and no Hebrew school            

Brainerd Hills Baptist Church - no Wednesday night service               

Calvary Baptist in Red Bank – no services 
Central Church of Christ - no services
Charity Baptist Church of Chattanooga – no services or activities

Church at Gracepoint, Cleveland - no services

Church of the Highlands - no services or activities                              

Clear Creek Church of Christ - closed                                             

Clingan Ridge Baptist Church – no services                                       

Cohutta First Baptist Church - no services                                

Crosspointe Christian Center in Dalton – closed today

Dallas Bay Baptist Church - no evening services
Duncan Park Baptist Church - no services

East Cleveland Church of God – no services
Eastwood Church in Ooltewah - no services/meals

Elizabeth Terrace Baptist Church - closed

First Baptist Lakeview in Rossville - closed
First Cumberland Church of Chattanooga - no services
First United Methodist Church Cleveland - no services

Flintstone Baptist Church - closed
Free To Worship Revival Center - no services
Greasy Creek Calvary Church of God - no services                           

Grove Level Church in Dalton - closed                                     

Hawkinsville Baptist Church - closed (no evening services)          

Hickory Valley Christian Church - no services
Hopewell Church of God - no night services

Lifespring Baptist Church (Chattanooga) - closed

Living Stones Ministry of Chatt.
- no services                                              

Living World Church - no services                                                 

Lookout Baptist Church - no services
Lupton Drive Baptist Church - no services

Morris Hill Baptist Church - no services
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church (Cleveland) - no services                            

Mt. Olive Ministries - no services 
New City Fellowship - no All-Church Birthday, will be rescheduled

New Liberty Baptist Church (Ringgold, GA) - closed Wednesday and Thursday, no activities or services
Noble Church of God - closed
North Cleveland Church of God – no services or activities & offices closed
One Accord Community Church - no services    

Ooltewah Baptist Church (on Main Street) - no evening services
Ooltewah United Methodist Church - no services

Orchard Knob Baptist Church - no wednesday services
Peavine Baptist Church of Rock Spring, GA - no services, no activities 

Percept Ministries (Chattanooga) - closed

Red Bank Baptist Church - no services or activities

Red Bank Church of Christ - no Wednesday services, no Thursday morning classes

Ridgedale Baptist Church - no services
Ridgedale Church of Christ - closed 
Ridgeview Baptist (LaFayette) - no services
Salem Baptist Church (Dalton) - no services

Scott Memorial Church of God, East Ridge - no services

Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church - closed
Spring Creek Road Baptist Church - no services                                       

St. Elmo UMC - no dinner or Bible study tonight

Temple Baptist Church (corner of 32nd St.) - closed 
The Crossing Church - no services
Union Hill Baptist Church - no services

Westwood Baptist - no services

Wesley Memorial United Baptist Church - No services 

Westmore Church of God - offices closed, no night classes



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