Pastor McClure Continues Series On "Why Do We Need The Cross?"

Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Pastor Mitch McClure of Middle Valley Church of God will speak on the topic, "Not Forty Days Of Purpose, But Forty Days Of Preaching" in the 10:30 a.m. service this Sunday.  This will be a continuation of the sermon series called 'Why Do We Need The Cross?'  This series deals with the chain of events that leads up to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
 
Pastor Mitch McClure will lead the church in a time of Bible reading, prayer, and worship at 6:30 p.m.  this Sunday.  The church is participating in READ 2014 which includes all participants reading through the entirety of the Bible in 2014.  READ 2014 is a denominational program of the Church of God.
 

Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. classes are made available for all age groupings.  At the present time, Pastor Mitch McClure is leading the congregation in a Bible study on Heaven.  A portion of the study will involve reviewing 'The Story Of Heaven' by Max Lucado. 

On Tuesday, May 13, Senior Adult Pastor Craig Paul will lead a Senior Adult Gathering at 10:30 a.m.  in the church Family Life Center.  This gathering will include a Bible study, prayer, exercise, and a special speaker.  

The community is invited to participate in all services of Middle Valley Church of God.

Shadrix Trio Plays At Bethesda Baptist Oct. 12

Shadrix Trio is playing a live concert at Bethesda Baptist Church on Oct. 12, at 6 p.m. Bethesda Baptist Church is at 600 Highway 151 in LaFayette.  For more information call 706.620-2066.  The concert is free.  Review for Shadrix Trio: From Northwest Georgia, the Shadrix Trio is a young, exciting, anointed ministry that has been traveling throughout the United ... (click for more)

Hickory Valley Christian Church Hosts "Takin' It To The Streets"

Hickory Valley Christian Church is hosting “Takin’ it to the Streets” on Oct. 12 from 5-7 p.m. It will take place at the Bi-Lo on the corner of Lee Highway and Shallowford Road, 6951 Lee Highway. Activities will include carnival-style games, candy, prizes, face painting, an inflatable obstacle course, and a live band playing family-friendly  hits from the 60s to today. ... (click for more)

3 People Shot On Wilson Street; One Victim Has "Life-Threatening" Wounds

Three people were shot on Wilson Street on Sunday night, including one who was critically injured. At approximately 8:22 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to 2300 Wilson St. for shots fired in the area. O fficers located two black males suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. O ne victim was transported by HCEMS to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries. ... (click for more)

Jumoke Johnson Jr. To Plead Guilty On Selling Crack Cocaine

A youth who was in the news earlier as a teen who had been the first in his family to graduate from Brainerd High School and who found a patron willing to pay for his college education is set to plead guilty on Tuesday to a charge of selling crack cocaine. Jumoke Johnson Jr., who turned 21 on Saturday, dropped out of Miles College in Alabama after one semester and has been ... (click for more)

Conservation On Signal Mountain

The town of Signal Mountain appointed a working group to put together a conservation easement to protect certain of the town's park lands.  The members of the Conservation Easement Working Group would like to respond to concerns and comments raised about the town’s efforts to protect certain park land from residential or commercial development by granting a conservation ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Late Garden Walk

Due to a series of pressing events I didn’t get a chance to make my September walk through the garden until yesterday. It is normally my custom to take a stroll on the first day of each new month, looking for the orchids and onions that might appear, so I can award them to those among us who deserve one or the other. So before the temperatures drop, allow me to catch up: AN ORCHID ... (click for more)