A small congregation has moved into the former building of the historic Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Covington, and invites the community to its first worship service this Sunday.
When East Newton Baptist Church presents its production of "Bethlehem: A Live Nativity" Dec. 8, no one involved in the production, not the church's pastor, Tom Lee, nor the 25 cast members, nor the army of church volunteers who have worked to bring together the drama, will be the least bit surprised or upset if the youngest cast member goes a little "off script.''
The Jewish celebration of Chanukah is often associated with the Christian holiday of Christmas, but that association has little to do with the significance of each holiday and more to do with the timing. Each is celebrated at the end of the year when the holiday season has hit full swing. But much like the story of Christmas, the story of Chanukah is a rich one.
The congregation of the historic Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Covington is moving. And though the relocation is seen as a step forward for the congregation, some members are unhappy to leave the historic site behind.
Audrey Curray is glad she resisted the urge to sleep in on a recent Saturday morning. Instead, the Rockdale teenager and about 150 other area youth and adults gathered in late October at Springfield Baptist Church for a summit focused on teen domestic violence.
A Southern gospel music concert is coming to Newton County to help raise money for a new school program that will teach the gospel.
"Change the World Day,'' a program that offers help for those in need, supports community service projects and offers a number of free activities, will be held Saturday, Oct. 26, at Covington First United Methodist Church, 1113 Conyers St.
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1 p.m. lunch, 3 p.m. anniversary service; 4606 Springfield Drive, Newborn, 141st anniversary, speaker guest pastor Harold Miller, state Rep. Pam Dickerson will present resolution to honor church.
11 a.m.; Good Hope Baptist Church, 1142 Ga. Highway 162; the Rev. E. J. Tomlinson Pastor; public welcome, Grace Weaver 770-385-4961.
11:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.; Salem United Methodist Church, 3962 Salem Road; pork, stew, slaw, chips, bread and tea $8 or stew or pork by the pound for $8; to support mission programs; 770-786-6027, Jimmy Breedlove or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Monastery of the Holy Spirit, 2625 Ga. Highway 212, Conyers; free, day of family-friendly festivities, health fair, petting zoo, hay rides, pony rides, arts and crafts, classic cars, vendors; health screenings begin at 11 a.m.; email@example.com or Brother Callistus at 678-964-2237.
Covington First United Methodist Church will hold its fourth annual Steeple Chase benefit walk/run Oct. 26.
Hebrews 12:1-2a (Common English Bible): "So then let's also run the race that is laid out in front of us, since we have such a great cloud of witnesses surrounding us. Let's throw off any extra baggage, get rid of the sin that trips us up, and fix our eyes on Jesus, faith's pioneer and perfecter.
Just a Thought: A stump? Chop down the tree and leave a stump? I bet it was as hard for ol' king Neb. to hear as it was for Daniel to say. In Daniel chapter 4, king Nebuchadnezzar has another one of his mysterious dreams and Daniel is called upon to deliver the news. In our times, it is similar to talking with a friend about ...
Shiloh United Methodist Church will hold a "Celebrate Jesus'' worship event from 4–8 p.m., Oct. 12 at the Almon Ball Field, 10 Almon Church Road.
Tradition and new leadership are merging together at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church. A fall revival was held this week at the church, where families enjoyed guest speakers, singing and fellowship. Nightly services were held Wednesday through Thursday. The theme of this year's revival at Wesley Chapel was, "Building up one another." Guest revivalists included the Rev. Dr. Theophilus Stanford, pastor of Glen Haven UMC in Decatur; the Rev. Kevin Daniels, pastor of Bethel Baptist ...
Members of a small church just over the Newton County line in Walton County are looking to keep their church home going strong with a barbecue fundraiser this weekend.
"The LORD's power overcame me, and while I was in the LORD's spirit, he led me out and set me down in the middle of a certain valley. It was full of bones. He led me through them all around, and I saw that there were a great many of them on the valley floor, and they were very dry. He asked me, "Human one, can these bones live again?"
Though her ministry is small in numbers, Pastor Grace Scott, 54, said her mission is to win souls for Christ through biblical teaching.
The Daughters of the King at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Covington, will host author and inspirational speaker Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright at 2 p.m. Aug. 25, and the event is open to the public. The church is at 4140 Clark St.
One of the newest churches on Salem Road, Connexion Church, is inviting the community to a Back to School Bash and school supply giveaway Saturday as part of the church's Grand Opening weekend.
A group from Covington First United Methodist Church recently traveled to Eastern Kentucky coal country to assist Red Bird Mission, an organization in Beverly, Ky., that provides several ministries to the surrounding Appalachian region.