Six-Week Lenten Study Begins Next Wednesday At First-Centenary UMC

Wednesday, March 5, 2014
A six-week Lenten study of the book, "The Way," by Adam Hamilton will begin Wednesday, March 12 at 6 p.m. at Prime Time at First-Centenary United Methodist Church, 410 McCallie Ave.,  with dinner by reservation at 5:15. This study, led by the Rev.  Brian Davis, will be the only Prime Time adult program during Lent. Regular child and youth activities will continue. Small group studies of the same book  will be in various homes and times and at the church during Lent beginning March 9.

"Temptation Island" will be the Rev. Brian Davis' topic for the  8:30 and 10:45 a.m. sanctuary worship services Sunday, March 9. His text will be Matthew 4:1-11. Dr. Linda McDaniel will speak at 10:45 in The Vine service.

Joint Ash Wednesday Service

Washington Hills United Methodist Church will host this year's joint Ash Wednesday service with Rev. Dr. Elston McLain preaching and his Stanley Memorial choir providing the music.     There will be a light repast following the service.  The service begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 6216 Hadley Dr.   All are invited and welcome. (click for more)

Hickory Valley Christian Church Sponsors Daddy Daughter Date Night

There will be a Daddy Daughter Date Night sponsored by Hickory Valley Christian Church, 6605 Shallowford Road on March 4 from 6-8 p.m. "This event is designed to give dads and other male role models and opportunity to spend a fun evening with the daughters and young ladies in their lives. A local DJ will be playing hits from today and past decades," organizers said. ... (click for more)

Firefighters Stop Fire At Local IHOP Restaurant

Chattanooga firefighters did not have far to go when fire broke out at the IHOP on Highway 153 in Hixson around  9 a.m.  on Friday. Battalion Chief Don Bowman and firefighters with Quint 16 had just enjoyed a nice breakfast there while having a morning staff meeting. When the firefighters returned to their fire truck and were getting ready to drive off, one of the firefighters ... (click for more)

City Councilman Chris Anderson Gearing Up For Election A Year Away

City Councilman Chris Anderson is already gearing up for the next city election, though it is over a year away. In the financial disclosures due Feb. 1, he reported receiving $24,165 for the reporting period from July 16, 2015 to Jan. 16, 2016. He spent $4,887 during that period. Councilman Yusuf Hakeem took in $11,110 during the period. Councilman Russell Gilbert reported ... (click for more)

Innocent Until Proven Guilty, Even Athletes

From reading Randy Smith's column on the lawsuit against UT it is pretty evident that he never took a legal course in his life. I was under the impression that in this country one was innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. It appears this no longer applies to athletes(particularly black athletes) in the U.S. in 2016. I have always said that if I am picked for jury duty ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: ‘Chatt2.org’ Needs You Now

A diverse yet powerful panel of community leaders in Nashville delivered a letter to the Metro Nashville Board of Education last week. It was signed by some top men and women who represent a wide-ranking cross section of Tennessee’s largest city and includes education, business, religious and diversity superstars. You need to understand the urgency behind the letter. Davidson County ... (click for more)