"The Ugly Duckling" Is Sermon Topic At Metro Tab Church On Sunday

Friday, March 15, 2019
Dr. Steve Ball, founder/senior pastor of Metropolitan Tabernacle Church, 2101 West Shepherd Road in Chattanooga (Highway 153 at airport exit 1), will preach on "The Ugly Duckling" this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. 

Pastor Adam Aziz and Metro Praise will lead worship at both services. Children's Pastor Olivia Aziz and the Metro Kidz staff will host the kids in the Metro Kidz Church. 

The middle/high school ministry, Merge Student Ministries, is led by Youth Pastor's Michael and Ashley Polk, and they meet on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. 

"We are a dynamic, multicultural, non-denominational church.
We have a seat saved just for you this Sunday. You can also view us live on Facebook or on our website," officials said.

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Church

Antioch Youth Ministry Presents A Mother's Day Celebration On April 27

Antioch Youth Ministry will present "A Mother's Day Celebration" on Saturday, April 27, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Special guests will be Caleb Serrano, 7, praise and worship leader, Gospel artist Vickie Winans, and Minister Dorothy Graves. The church is at 901 G.W. Davis Drive. Ticket donation is $20, and proceeds will benefit Antioch Youth Ministry. For more information, ... (click for more)

John Shearer: Getting An Inside Look At Former Methodist Church In East Chattanooga

In a chattanoogan.com story posted on Jan. 29, I profiled several historic former United Methodist churches that had ceased being churches for that denomination. My interest had come from the fact I am a United Methodist and love historic architecture and community and social history. Of the five churches I stopped at and photographed, my favorite was probably the old ... (click for more)

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Opinion

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