Chattanooga Symphony Youth Orchestra Plays At Brainerd Baptist Monday

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Brainerd Baptist Church, 300 Brookfield Ave., is hosting the Chattanooga Symphony Youth Orchestra in concert Monday, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available to Brainerd members at no cost at the receptionist desk.

9091px; vertical-align: baseline;">On Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. in BX CrossView, we will begin a new six-week Bible study from the Authentic Manhood series focused on a man and his work. The cost of a study guide is $15.

On Easter weekend, we’re planning to launch a new worship service on Saturday nights. The service will take place at the BX and reflect the worship style of Sunday mornings at the BX. We’ll also offer everything that happens on Sundaymorning including Life Groups (formerly Sunday Bible Study) for every age group children through adults. We’ll also be offering Kid’s Church in the main building for children Kindergarten through fifth grade and that will be held during the worship time. 


Antioch Missionary Baptist Celebrates Youth Sunday May 17

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, located at 901 G.W. Davis Dr., will celebrate Youth Day on Sunday, May 17  at 11 a.m. The guest speaker will be Minister Marcellus Barnes of Mount Canaan Baptist Church. The theme will be  “Antioch Youth Abundantly Blessed by God” based on Ephesians 3:20-21. Everyone is invited to attend.       (click for more)

Daisy UMC Hosts Daisy Fun Day May 16

Daisy United Methodist Church is hosting Daisy Fun Day on May 16 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. There will be arts, crafts, carnival games, blowups, face painting, food, music and more. This is a free event . Daisy UMC is located at 9508 Dayton Pike Blvd., Soddy Daisy. For more information, call 423-322-3243. (click for more)

Ganns/Falling Water School Way Over Budget

The final figure for the new Ganns/Falling Water School is way over budget, county officials said Wednesday. However, the County Commission voted to proceed on the $29,414,000 project. Gary Waters of the county schools said his estimate had been $25 million and he was surprised at the amount of the school bid that was awarded to Rentenbach Constructors. He said in lean times ... (click for more)

Hutcherson Says Erlanger Board To Be More Transparent; Dinner Meetings To Be Open

Erlanger Board Finance Chairman Donnie Hutcherson said the board plans to be more transparent. He said Erlanger's legal staff will review topics that might be covered in a closed meeting. He stated, "This will be based on a very conservative interpretation of applicable statutes and other guidance; therefore, more items will be discussed in open session." Mr. Hutcherson also ... (click for more)

The Swat Heard 'Round The World

If one can reach Toya Graham, the lady who whipped her boy and brought  him home from a life of crime in Baltimore, I want to give her a  nomination for my Bill of Rights Award.  This was a beautiful move and one which I call The Swat Heard 'Round the World.  Mind you, if it had been a white lady whipping her child to save her child from crime, she would ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Anti-Semitism Is Now Here

To those of the Jewish faith, the celebration of Passover every year is one of freedom. The sacred holidays, held in early April, commemorate the Exodus out of Egypt when Moses led the tribe of Israel from slavery to freedom. I believe it is one of the greatest stories in the Bible. On the other hand, the Jewish people of today are hardly free. Globally, anti-Semitic attacks in ... (click for more)