Thursday, February 10, 2005

Carey Chapel & Mt. Pleasant News
By Allene Teel

Pannells to treat widows to dinner

The Sunday School teachers and substitute teachers of Carey Chapel enjoyed a banquet recently in the church fellowship hall.

Carey Chapel Baptist Church held a special worship service on January 30. A fellowship meal followed with an afternoon singing. Special guests were the Reflections from Blue Mountain College. 

On February 9, there will be a Valentine’s party for the children at Carey Chapel Baptist Church. The adults will have their Valentine’s Banquet on February 12.

Carey Chapel Baptist Church observed Baptist Men’s Day recently. Gene Pence and Charles Byrd led the church in worship. There was an all men’s choir.

David Brannon, minister of music at Carey Chapel Baptist Church, and wife Brenda hosted a cookout for the church choir members recently.

Claudia and Sarah Pannell will treat the widows at First Baptist Church, Mt. Pleasant with dinner at Barnhill’s restaurant, in Collierville, on February 12.

The youth at Carey Chapel Baptist Church went bowling recently in Collierville.

Phillip Teel was rushed to Baptist Hospital in Collierville. He was in ICU for several days. At this writing he is home and improving

Kebin Miller was flown, by Airwing, to the Med Hospital after a freak accident. His leg was crushed by a tree. Hope you will be well soon and home with your family.

Love and sympathy are expressed to the Allen family in the recent death of their loved one Walter Allen.

Richard and Dot Langston are great-grandparents again. Jordanna Marie was born, in Georgia, to Troy and Melody Sensing. Grandparents are Rick and Joyce Langston of Branson, Mo.

Linda Bell was rushed to Alliance HealthCare Hospital in Holly Springs last Monday. She is back home improving.

Campbell Teel received a phone call recently from his great-great-nephew Glen Gaines. He was thrilled to hear his voice all the way from Iraq. It lifted Campbell’s spirits and made his day.

We are blessed to have so many friends and family visit us during Campbell’s extended illness. The food and prayers are so appreciated. The Hospice nurses and chaplain are all so wonderful to us. We are so appreciative. Continue to pray for my husband Campbell.

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