Thursday, May 19, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Greenfield hosts annual Calendar Rally Sunday

The marks of the true Christian-

Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good; love one another with mutual affection, outdo one another in showing honor. Do not lag in zeal, be ardent in spirit, serve the Lord. Rejoice in hope, bet patience in suffering, persevere in prayer. Romans 12:9-12.

All of the community churches celebrated Mother’s Day on May 8 in their own special way.

At Greenfield Church, flowers were purchased and given to the mothers and friends.

Mrs. Mary Mull was honored as mother of the year at Greenfield Church. She was congratulated by the pastor, elders, her family members, past mothers of the year and members of the congregation.

Pictures were taken but not available for the paper at this writing.

The community is in sympathy with the families who lost their loved ones the past weekend and this week.

Hamilton Chapel CME Church’s Men’s and Women’s Day program was wonderful. Music was by Hamilton Choir and Greenfield choir.

Rev. Coker George delivered an inspiring message at Greenfield Church on Sunday, May 15. He used for a subject “The Power of the Holy Spirit.” Scripture lesson came from St. John 20:19-20. Wednesday night Bible study focused on Psalms 92.

Greenfield Presbyterian Church’s annual Calendar Rally will be held Sunday, May 22 at 3 p.m. The public is invited.

Rev. Willie Jeffries, pastor of Strawberry Church, will be the guest speaker. Rev. Coker George, host pastor.

Guests in the Plaxico’s home on Friday, May 13-Sun., May 15 were her daughters, Rochell Plaxico of Tinley Park, Ill., Irma Plaxico of Matteson, Ill., Sharon Brooks and her nine-month-old twins, Michelle and Tayor. Her sister-in-law Linda Johnaon also visited. All are from Atlanta, Ga. Her daughter Edekia Nalls and her three-month-old son, Lawrence Michael III (the youngest Plaxico grandchild) were also weekend visitors, along with her daughter Katherina Walker and friend Calvin Tallie of Oxford. Her sons, Kenneth Jarrett of Memphis, Tenn. adn Pierre Plaxico of Holly Springs her granddaughter Loukisa Walker and her three great-grandchildren Quan Walker, Marcus Walker and Quintez Plaxico with his mother DeeDee, were also visitors.

Other visitors over the weekend were Angela Jeffries of New Orleans, La., Lizzie Mae, Mellissa and Christabel Ingram, her pastor Rev. Gwen Nelson and Elder Evelyn Elliott.


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