Guest Singer Angela Primm To Perform Sunday At Metro Tab Church

Thursday, October 8, 2020
Metropolitan Tabernacle Church is celebrating 18 years of ministry this month. Special guest this Sunday will be Angela Primm at the 10:30 a.m. service in the MTC Sanctuary. Ms. Primm has sung with musicians such as Andre Crouch, Pattie Austin, Bill Gaither, Rascal Flatts and others. 

Worship Pastor's Adam and Olivia Aziz and Metro Praise and Band will open the worship service.   

The Students and Young Adults Ministry Pastor Asher Greiner and staff will be with the youth.
Kidz World is back open with Children's Pastor's Brian and Brittni. The Nursery will be open.

Officials said, "We will have intense cleaning of high touch point areas, hand sanitizer stations. The Coffee & Conversation area is closed. Bridge Builders will greet with smiles and air high fives. Spaced sanctuary seating will be provided, with no family fellowship moments.  Online Giving is available as well as offering boxes on the back sanctuary wall. 

"Come join one of Chattanooga's most exciting churches. We are a dynamic, multicultural, non-denominational church. We have a seat saved just for you. We will have a meet and greet after service under the big tent, with the senior pastors and the pastoral staff. You can also view us live on Facebook or at www.metrotab.net."

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Christ Church Has Fall Carnival Caravan Wednesday

Christ Church in East Brainerd will host a Fall Carnival Caravan for kids Wednesday at 6 p.m. Parents are urged to let the kids dress in costume, load up in the car and drive through a character-lined caravan for prizes and presents. Every child will receive a goodie bag with treats, no tricks. The line for cars will go through a driveway overhang on the Morris Hill Road side ... (click for more)

Special Guest Pastor Jeff Taylor Will Preach At Metro Tab Church Sunday

Metropolitan Tabernacle Church will host special guest pastor Jeff Taylor to preach in the MTC Sanctuary Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The church has cleaning of high touch point areas, hand sanitizer stations and the coffee and conversation area is closed. There will be spaced sanctuary seating. Kidz World and the nursery are back open. There will be a meet and greet after the ... (click for more)

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We Must Love

I feel it too. It is easy to hate. Maybe we could try harder to love. Hate seeps into our bones, rules our integrity, and convinces us to forsake those we love. Hate is toxic. It spreads to our neighbors; people we once trusted. It spreads to our coworkers and friends; people who once trusted us. We lose sight of what truly matters. That is what we have in common now. Is ... (click for more)

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There have been a bunch of times in my half-century as a writer when people – especially other writers – have called me out for being different. That in itself isn’t a bad thing (I rather like it), but Alf Van Hoose, the legendary sports editor, told me once in a crowd, “You are a rarity … you’ll put the word ‘Jesus’ in a paragraph, and I appreciate that.” But it’s true - the scariest ... (click for more)