Jim Ricketts And Crystle Elam Gospel Music Ministries March Schedule

Saturday, February 22, 2014


Date   Location City/State             Time

Sun. Mar. 2nd   Mt. Zion Baptist Spring City,TN 11:00 am est 

                        726 Vanns Creek Rd    

Sun. Mar. 2nd  Good Hope Baptist Decatur, TN     6:00 pm est    

  179 Cottonport Ridge Rd

Tues. Mar. 4th Wendy’s Restaurant Ooltewah, TN 6:30 pm est 

6009 Ooltewah Georgetown Rd

Fri. Mar. 7th  First Church of  Nazarene,       6:30 pm est
5455 N Terrace, Chattanooga, TN

Sun. Mar. 9th Community Baptist Church   Apison, Tn        11:00 am est                               
11716 McGhee Rd

Sun. Mar. 9th   Short Creek Baptist  Athens,TN         6:00 pm est 
892 County Rd 50

Tues. Mar. 11th Falling Water Baptist, Falling Water, TN   11:30 am est  
523 Roberts Mill Rd- Senior Luncheon

Fri. Mar. 14th      Philidelphia Baptist, Ringgold, GA   6:30 pm est 
1065 Pine Grove Rd

Sun. Mar. 16th Stephensville Baptist, Englewood, TN     11:00 am est  


Sun. Mar. 16th  Cloverleaf  Baptist, Cleveland, TN     6:00 pm est
2290 Waterlevel Hwy

Tues. Mar. 18th  BoJangles Restaurant, Athens, TN         6:30 pm est
1888 S Congress Pkwy

Sun. Mar. 23rd  Mercy Baptist Church, Grandview, TN         11:00 am est 
    Hwy 68

Sun. Mar. 23rd   New Life Baptist, Soddy Daisy, TN     6:00 pm am est 
    10415 Hamby Rd

Sun. Mar. 30th Tasso Baptist Church, Cleveland, TN          11:00 am est
164 Old Charleston Rd NE

Sun. Mar. 30th  Sale Creek Methodist, Sale Creek, TN         6:00 pm est
14909 Dayton Pike



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