Canadian Musicians In Concert Saturday At First Baptist

Thursday, March 27, 2014

The Fairview Academy Orchestra and Singers from British Columbia, Canada, will be in concert Saturday at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church, 401 Gateway Ave. Their appearance is cosponsored by East Ridge and Chattanooga first Seventh Day Adventist churches.

Dr. Thomas Quisenberry will speak at the 11 o'clock worship service Sunday on "Our Psalm 23," with text from Psalm 23 and Ephesians 5:8-14. Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m. and Fellowship Time at 10:30 a.m.
 
First Friends monthly luncheon will be Thursday at 11:30 a.

m. in the Fellowship Hall. The cost is $6. The program will be presented by pianist Ethan McGrath.
 
The Women's Missionary Union luncheon will be Monday, April 7 in the Fellowshi9p Hall. The program will be presented by Don and Jane Pittman, field personnel in the Middle East. The cost is $7.


Local LDS Congregations Join In Worldwide Conference

The 12 LDS congregations in the Chattanooga Area will be participating in the Church's Semi-Annual Conference  April 1 and 2.   The officials of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will deliver sermons pertinent to todays issues.  The Conference times are  noon and 4 p.m.   this Saturday  and  Sunday .  Each Church ... (click for more)

Interfaith Panel Of Chattanooga To Make Presentation On April 4

The Interfaith Panel of Chattanooga will make its next presentation at  7 p.m. on   Tuesday, April 4,  at Christ United Methodist Church; 8645 E. Brainerd Road.    Panelists and their faith communities are Nur Sisworahardjo, Islam; Sush Shantha, Hinduism; Tad Beaty, Atheism; Michael Dzik, Judaism; and Steve Bovell, Christianity.  Charles ... (click for more)

Boyd Says $4.1 Million In County Budget Cuts Would Yield $43.1 Million For School Projects; Proposes That CSLA Move To Dalewood

County Commission Finance Chairman Tim Boyd on Wednesday recommended $4.1 million in county budget cuts, which he said would provide bond funds for $43,150,000 in county school projects. He recommended that $250,000 of the money from the cuts go to relocating Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts (CSLA) to Dalewood Middle School. He said Dalewood students could move to a portion ... (click for more)

Police Shoot And Kill Sheriff's Office Employee, Daniel Hendrix After Disorder At Brainerd Home; 2 Off-Duty City Officers Were At Scene Of Altercation Where Shot Was Fired

Chattanooga Police responded to an altercation at a house in Brainerd early Wednesday morning and wound up shooting and killing an armed man, who is an employee of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office. Police said two off-duty Chattanooga Police officers were at the scene of the disorder in the 300 block of Shawnee Trail. A shot was fired before officers arrived at 1:26 a.m. ... (click for more)

Slaxxon Regret - And Response

Back in the seventies my three oldest brothers had a buddy named Steve Slack. “Slack” was a star soccer player at Baylor and he grew up on Lookout Mountain, which is where I grew up. He and Jimmy, Henry and Bill went to the University of Virginia where they were roommates in an old, beat up house that was painted pink. Naturally, the place became known as the “Pink Palace” but lest ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: OK, Sis, Off You Go

I’ve got to do something to adjust my sense of humor but fear there is not a big enough wrench. Rasmea Yousef Odeh, who is a naturalized American citizen from Jordan, was one of the principal figures in January’s Women’s March on Washington and had an equal starring role in the most recent “Day Without Women” protests in America. I’m all for equal rights for women yet I was appalled ... (click for more)