Union Hill Missionary Baptist Celebrates Pastor's 16th Anniversary

Friday, June 18, 2021
Pastor Samuel R. Jackson and First Lady Vivian Jackson
Pastor Samuel R. Jackson and First Lady Vivian Jackson

Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 1800 North Chamberlain Ave., will celebrate the 16th anniversary of Pastor Samuel R. Jackson and First Lady Vivian Jackson on Sunday, June 27 at 9:45 a.m.

Guest speaker will be Joe Maddox, pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church-Knoxville and state president of the Tennessee Baptist & Missionary Educational.

For more information, contact the church office at 423-698-0337, Deacon William Hudgins at 423-309-7629 or Karen Fletcher at 423-760-0177.

 


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