Play Auditions Sunday, Lent Service Wednesday At 1st-Centenary United Methodist

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Auditions for "'Til Beth Us Do Part,"the next play at the Oak Street Flo Summitt Theatre at First-Centenary United Methodist Church, 419 McCallie Ave., will be Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. and Monday, at 7 p.m. For information contact Mike Tulloss at 544-1958. 

The Rev.  Brian Davis will speak in the sanctuary services Sunday at 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. on "Mountain Top Experience," with text from Matthew 17:1-9. The Rev. Chris Black will speak in The Vine service at 10:45 on "Should We Stay or Should We Go?" with text from Matthew 17:1-9.

The United Methodist Women's general meeting will be Monday,  March 3, in the Oak Street Center. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. Carmen Neblett, District Social Action Coordinator, will be the guest speaker, talking on immigration. Lunch will be $7.50 . For reservations contact Peggy Wilkerson by phone at 875-6032 or email atwilkersonpm@bellshouth.net.

Lent begins Ash Wednesday, March 5 with two worship services at 12:05 p.m. and in place of the regular Prime Time Wednesday programming at 6:15 p.m. Both services will be in the sanctuary with the Rev. Brian Davis preaching and members of Cantad! Youth Ensemble leading in the evening service. The children will have a service of their own at 6:15 p.m. in the Kate Lyle West Chapel.


Antioch Missionary Baptist Hosts 29th Pastoral Anniversary Banquet

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will host a 29th Pastoral Anniversary Banquet Celebration in honor of Reverend Gerry W. Davis and First Lady Chandra Davis. The Theme will be "A Pastor with a Heart to Serve" based on 2 Chronicles 31:21. Gospel Artist Benita Washington will be featured as well. The celebration will take place on Saturday, August 23, at 7 p.m. in the ... (click for more)

Global Leadership Summit At Abba's House Is Aug. 14-15

Leaders from business, government, education, churches, and the arts are among the faculty who will address Christian leaders at Willow Creek Association’s 2014 Global Leadership Summit, broadcast live via satellite from Willow Creek’s South Barrington, Il. location and hosted locally by Abba’s House in Hixson. On Aug. 14 and 15, more than 80,000 will gather at 310+ churches ... (click for more)

Black Creek Developers Say They "Followed The Rules" On $9 Million TIF: To Continue Project

The developers of the Black Creek project at Aetna Mountain said Thursday they "complied precisely by the rules when we applied for and received approval of the TIF district." Doug Stein said the group plans to continue on with the project, which he said earlier would include the creation of a small town on a huge undeveloped tract on the mountain above Black Creek (formerly ... (click for more)

WTCI Says Fleischmann Ad Included Unauthorized Use Of Logo

Officials of WTCI TV said a Chuck Fleischmann TV ad contained an unauthorized use of the public TV station's logo. Officials stated in a letter to WTCI viewers: "We understand that members of our community may have received a printed communication from the Chuck Fleischmann for Congress Committee featuring the headline "Weston Wamp Supports Amnesty for Illegal Immigration." ... (click for more)

Cell Phones And Roundabouts

I read the article written by Chris Morgan about the use of cell phones in vehicles and the Chattanooga Roundabouts. Cell phone use in vehicles especially in crisis intersection situations is extremely dangerous. I also agree with his assessment about the roundabouts. One problem I see with roundabouts is that on the two-lane roundabouts where they are coming in from ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Two Wrongs Not Right

Scottie Mayfield is a delightful friend of mine but he’s the last guy in the world who should be aiming at anybody’s character. He’s always had class but today Scottie is the “star” of a shameful political commercial in which he assails challenger Weston Wamp on behalf of a panicked Chuck Fleischmann. Mayfield, you’ll remember, ran against the two in the last race for the District ... (click for more)