Thursday, June 16, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Revival begins at Greenfield June 29

Vacation Bible school ended at Hamilton Chapel CME Church on Friday night, June 10 with a total of 86 in attendance.

Greenfield Presbyterian Church (USA) Order for Celebration of Holy Eucharist was as follows: prelude, congregation, welcome and announcements, Mrs. Elmira Curry. Call to worship, minister Evelyn Elliott; opening prayer, Bro. Andrew Fluker Jr. Hymn “At Last” and “Did My Savior Bleed.” Prayer of Confession said in unison, Liturgist/people. Prayer for Illumination, minister E. Elliott. Scripture reading, Old Testament, Gen. 18:1-15; Elder Lavora Blake. Psalm reading Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19. Bro. James Coleman, Epistle reading Roman 5:1-8, Bro. Joel Henry. Selection, church choir. Gospel reading, Minister Elliott, Matthew 9:35-17:8. Sermon, Min. Evelyn Elliott. She used for a subject “A Call for Willing Workers,” followed by a time for testimony and music by the church choir. The Apostle’s Creed, presentation of tithes and offering, prayer of Thanksgiving and Doxology.

Our prayer concerns are for the sick and shut-in, and the entire nation.

Revival will begin at Greenfield Presbyterian Church Wednesday, June 29 and run through July 1, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly only.


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