Ebenezer C.P. Church Going On National Register; Has Annual 4th Sunday Gathering

Friday, May 24, 2019
The State Historic Preservation Official has nominated the Ebenezer C.P. Church in Marion County to be on the National Register of Historic Places.
 
Official listing is expected later this summer.
 
In addition to recognizing the building, the listing honors family members past and present who have treasured the "church in the wildwood." 
 
The annual 4th Sunday in May gathering is this Sunday.
 
The group will assemble at the little church at 11 a.m. on Sunday to sing The Church in the Wildwood and other well-loved hymns and to be inspired by the message brought again this year by David Beattie.

A few years ago the "dinner on the grounds" was moved to the Zach and Elizabeth Kelly homeplace and it again will be there.

 

 


Kordin Hatch Completes 2-Year Mission

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Church

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2nd Missionary Baptist Church Celebrates 74th Women’s Day

The community is invited to Second Missionary Baptist Church, 2305 E. Third Street, for the 74th annual Women’s Day Celebration, on Sunday, Sept. 22. The 8 a.m. guest speaker is Pastor Terryl James, Washington Hills United Methodist Church (UMC), Chattanooga. Pastor James is a native Chattanoogan who serves in several church and civic roles, including the Design Team for Strengthening ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

Let The Water Company Pay The Bill - And Response

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