Christmas Eve Candlelight Service At First Baptist

Wednesday, December 12, 2018
The Chattanooga Choral Society for the Preservation of African American Music will be presenting its Christmas Eve Candlelight Service on Monday, Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. at First Baptist, E. 8th Street.

The candlelight service is under the direction of Mr. Michael Mitchell.

The hour will be filled with a repertoire of songs and arrangements, including those written by Dr. Roland Carter, Donald Swift and Glen Burleigh.

For more details, contact Mr. Mitchell at 423-645-6412.

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Bob Tamasy: Blessings From Brokenness

Mike And PaMela Patton Speak At Metro Tab Church Sunday


Middle Valley Church of God at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announced that Pastor Mitch McClure will lead a 'Celebration of the Victory in Jesus Christ' on Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. The celebration ... (click for more)

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Metro Tab Church will have Pastor Mike Patton, its missions pastor, along with his wife, Pastor PaMela Patton, give a update on Honduras during the 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday. The praise ... (click for more)


Church

"We Are Really Free Now" Is Sermon Topic At Middle Valley Church Of God On Sunday

Middle Valley Church of God at 1703 Thrasher Pike in Hixson, announced that Pastor Mitch McClure will lead a 'Celebration of the Victory in Jesus Christ' on Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. The celebration will include a message, "We Are Really Free Now" by Pastor Mitch McClure. This celebration is a result of the victory brought to all believers through the life, death, burial, and resurrection ... (click for more)

Bob Tamasy: Blessings From Brokenness

Have you heard of Kintsugi? Also known as Kintsukuroi, which means “golden repair,” it’s a centuries-old Japanese art of restoring broken pottery with lacquer dusted or mixed with precious metal, such as gold, silver or platinum. This process is founded in a philosophy that treats breakage and repair as part of the valued object’s history, rather than as something to be disguised. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

County Commission Votes 5-4 Against 34-Cent Property Tax Increase For The Schools

The County Commission voted 5-4 on Wednesday morning against a 34-cent property tax increase for the county schools. Opposed were Greg Martin, Randy Fairbanks, Chester Bankston, Tim Boyd and Sabrena Smedley. In favor were Chip Baker, Katherlyn Geter, Warren Mackey and David Sharpe. County Attorney Rheubin Taylor said the action means that none of the budget is approved ... (click for more)

Fire Heavily Damages Vacant Hixson Home Early Wednesday Afternoon

A fire heavily damaged a Hixson home early Wednesday afternoon. At 1:20 p.m., a neighbor called 911 reporting a house fire at 1833 Bay Hill Dr. The Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department responded and arrived on the scene reporting heavy fire on the front door and porch area. Firefighters entered the front and back side of the home to find heavy fire downstairs and heavy smoke ... (click for more)

Opinion

Thank You, Commissioners

I want to thank the five county commissioners who voted down the ridiculous property tax increase. Your votes reflected the wishes of the electorate – and that is exactly as it should be. The voting citizen is inundated by “promises” during pre-election campaigns. By casting our vote we select the candidate that will (we hope) best represent our best interests. Yes, there are always ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Hall Is (Still) Tired

About 10 years ago, Robert A. Hall, a five-time member of the Massachusetts State Legislature, wrote an essay on “Why I Am Tired.” In 2009 his story was on hundreds of others’ blogs – really made the rounds on the Internet – and thousands adored the Viet Nam veteran's candid assessment of what makes an ex-Marine grow weary. Again, this was written when he was 63. Now he’s ... (click for more)