Thursday, February 17, 2005

Waterford News
By Elmira Curry

Evelyn Elliott speaks during annual Brotherhood banquet at Naylor Chapel

In my distress I cried unto the Lord, and he heard me. Deliver my soul, O Lord, from lying lips and from a deceitful tongue. What shall be given unto thee? Or what shall be done unto thee, thou false tongue? Psalms 120:1-3.

Rev. Coker George’s sermon on Sunday, Feb. 13, was taken from Matthew 4:1-11. He used for a title “When tempted and tried, Jesus said we are never left alone.” Music by adult and youth choir. Black history was reflected by the youth.

Worship service will be held on Sun., Feb. 27, at 9 a.m. We would like for everybody to tell someone about the change on that particular Sunday.

Greenfield Church family was grateful to Callie M. Lay for worshiping with us on the third Sun. in January and Levan Miller for worshiping with us on Feb. 13. In Mr. Miller’s remarks, he said Greenfield Presbyterian is part of his roots.

Minister Evelyn C. Elliott was the guest speaker at Naylor Chapel CME Church’s annual Brotherhood Banquet on Sat., Feb. 12, 6 p.m. Rev. Ernie Wright, host pastor. Theme, Unified Spirit.

Minister Elliott was accompanied by her mother, Elmira M. Curry and sister, Lavora C. Blake.

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