Thursday, November, 17, 2005

Waterford News
Elmira Curry

Greenfield Presbyterian benefit fish fry set for Saturday

A gracious woman retaineth honour and strong men retain riches. The merciful man doeth good to his own soul; for he that is cruel troubleth his own flesh. Proverbs 11:16-17

Rev. Dr. Coker A.J. George Jr. delivered an inspiring message at Greenfield Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Nov. 13 at the 11 a.m. worship service. He used for a subject Well Done Thy Good and Faithful Servant, You Have Many Faithful Over A Few Things.

Patience George, health nurse, presented moments in health and sex.

Scripture reading: Old Testament, Judges 4:1-7. Sis. Elmira Curry, Psalm reading, Psalm 123. Bro. James Coleman Epistle reading, I Thes. 5:1-11, Sis. Catina Newsom.

Gospel reading, Matthew 25:14-30.

Music by choir. Bro. James E. Coleman on the guitar. Jeremy Sizzles on the drums.

Special prayer list: Bro. Sammie Jeffries, Henderson Milan, Telco Jeffries, Lashonda Pride, Sis. Sharon Shields.

We are still praying for the sick and shut-in in the community, hospital, nursing home and jail.

The Greenfield Presbyterian Church will sponsor a Health Fair and clothes give-away from their clothes closet. This event will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. All clothes are free but we will accept donations toward outreach ministry.

Greenfield Presbyterian Church will have a fish fry on Saturday, November 19, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.; plates, $6.50; sandwiches, $3.50.

Sunday, Dec. 4, Greenfield Presbyterian Church will celebrate our Musicians Appreciation at 3 p.m. All are invited.

We are located three miles south of Waterford on Old Hwy 7 at 5024 Old Hwy 7, Waterford, Mississippi.

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