Thursday, April 28, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Hamilton hosts special program May 15

Don’t judge one another.

Welcome those who are weak in faith, but not for the purpose of quarreling over opinions. Some believe in eating anything, while the weak eat only vegetables. Those who eat must not despise those who abstain, and those who abstain must not pass judgment on those who eat; for God has welcomed them. Romans 14:1-3

Family and friends who came home for the funeral of Napoleon Moore Sr. on April 16 were from Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Texas, Georgia and Tennessee.

Bathsheba Grand Chapter O.E.S. District 15 meeting was held April 23 at Cistern Hill Church in Como. Nine members from Sunrise Chapter #166 O.E.S. were among the attendees.

Men’s and Women’s Day was held at Walton Chapel C.M.E. Church on Sunday, April 24 at 3 p.m.

Theme: Unity and Working Together for Christ

Call to worship, Rev. Eric Shields. Opening hymn, congregation. Prayer, Mr. Miguel Adams. Scripture, Rev. Coker George. Hymn congregation. Welcome, Mrs. Regina Walker in the absence of Mrs. S. Shields. Responsive standing ovation, occasion, Rev. Shields. Hymn, Greenfield choir. Remarks, women, Mrs. Regina Walker, Men, Mr. Eddie Foster. Selection, Greenfield choir. Offering, finance committee.

Song: Disciples of Christ choir.

Introduction of speaker, Rev. Shields. Song, Disciples of Christ. Speaker, Rev. Billy Williams. He used for a subject “Can you hear God’s voice?” Song, Disciples of Christ; words of thanks, Sis. Pauline Scales.

Announcements, remarks, pastor and ministers. Benediction, Rev. Williams.

Visiting churches, Hamilton Chapel, Disciples of Christ, Greenfield, visiting pastors minister Bruce Williams. Rev. Coker George and Pastor Henry Foster. Sponsors, Sis. Pauline Scales and Bro. Virgil Adams.

Men’s and Women’s Day will be held at Hamilton Chapel CME Church May 15. The public is invited.

The family of Napoleon Moore Sr. wishes to thank everyone for cards, food and all acts of kindness during their times of bereavement.

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