Thursday, July 12, 2006
Hopewell No. 1 hosts revival July 26-28
A revival will be held at Hopewell No. 1 for three nights, July 26-28. The Rev. S. Phillips, pastor of Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, will be our evangelist. His choir will be present on Friday night. The public is invited to attend each night at 7 p.m. The Rev. Leroy James is host pastor.
Baptist Association meets
The 52nd annual session of the United Brotherhood Baptist Association met June 30, 7 p.m. each night with moderator Randall Woodard presiding each night. Two nights, associate ministers delivered sermons. Music was provided each night by the combined choirs. Classes were conducted each night for the children and adults. Finance reports were given each night by the secretary. Friday night the youth presented what they learned. Moderator Woodard delivered the Friday night sermon. Rev. Adam Gholson was the host pastor at Hardaway Baptist Church. Refreshments were served to youth Friday night. Vote of thanks was given by Samuel Chapel pastor Joseph Davis. Dismissal and benediction by moderator Woodard. Peggy Thomas of Memphis visited her former elementary school teacher and former pastor in Holly Springs recently. Marshall County Retired Educational Personnel will meet Friday, Aug. 11, 1 p.m. in the public library with Laverne Jones, president, presiding.
The 35th annual session of the New Educational State Convention of Mississippi was held July 5-7. Rev. Dr. R.J. Wilson, Holly Springs, Minister’s Division president; Rev. James Green, Holly Springs, usher department; Sis. Annie Spight, Holly Springs, statistician; Dr. Bessie Tables, Potts Camp, state director.
Thirty-fifth annual session
Military, Mozel Kelly
New Educational State Convention of Mississippi
Presiding, Sis. Annie Spight.
New Educational State Convention Women’s Auxiliary Committees
Home and family life, Sis. Flo Wilson
Military, Sis. Mozell Kelly
Women In White, Sis. Annie Spight, chairperson
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