This week's church announcements
Seventh Day Adventist Church Bible School
DANIEL IN CAPTIVITY—There are a lot of lessons we can learn about the Hebrew children in captivity at Babylon. We will hear about how food affects your decisions, how to stand in the midst of persecution and fire, and what to do when jealousy from those around you puts you in bad situations. Bring your kids, 4-14, to Vacation Bible School at the Seventh-day Adventist Church and see! Parents, you are welcome to stay with them during the sessions, many hands for craft time are helpful! This exciting week-long series teaches trust in God, faith, courage, and hope in adverse situations.
The kids will get to practice cuneiform, work with clay seals, decorate a Babylonian tile, and even make a miniature hanging garden. There will be an exotic Shinar World Market Place to shop. Let’s sing together, study, and praise the Lord for His goodness! The Seventh-day Adventist Church is located at 1231 Cold Springs Road, just between Dr. Cook’s dental office and Dr. Ehlert’s chiropractic office. Call the church at 727-7329 and leave a message if you wish to pre-register, just names of your children and ages. VBS starts July 20-24, from 9 a.m. till noon.
First United Methodist VBS
First United Methodist Church is planning a weekend Vacation Bible School in which on Saturday, July 25th, from 9 :15 a.m. - 5 p.m., students will experience two sessions of Bible stories, music, recreation, crafts, snacks, and lunch, culminating with a swim at the City Pool. On Sunday, July 26, the students and their families will enjoy a celebratory picnic provided by the church family. The theme for this event is centered around the “Rock” of our faith and its importance. For more information, call 727-1054.
Camp meeting set for August 3-7, 2015
The 27th Annual Johnson County Camp meeting will be held the week of August 3-7, 2015 at the Trade Community Park. Service time is 7:30 p.m. nightly. Bro. Charles Worley, Pastor of Providence Road Baptist Church in Maiden, NC, will once again be bringing the messages. Special singing includes the Reggie Saddler Family on Monday night, Narrow Road on Tuesday, Camp meeting Choir on Wednesday, The Edwards Family on Thursday and The Joyaires on Friday evening. If you enjoy listening to great gospel music and hearing old fashioned preaching, make plans now to come out to the Johnson County Camp meeting services during the first week of August.
Calvary Baptist Church to hold movie night
Calvary Baptist Church will hold their movie night on July 31st at 8:30. Bring your family and blanket. Register your child for a chance to win a backpack filled with school supplies. Must be present to win.
Zionville Baptist Back-to-School Bible Bash
Please Join Us CAMP ZIONVILLE for our Back to School Bible Bash at Zionville Baptist Church 8174 Old US Hwy 421 Zionville, NC on Saturday- August 1, 2015 from10:00am-5:00pm. Join us for Bible study and lessons, games and activities, along with arts and crafts. There will be and end of camp cook out from 5:00-7:00 pm.
First Freewill Baptist Joy Club yard sale
The Joy Club of First Freewill Baptist Church will be having a yard sale Saturday, August 1st from 8:00 am until 2:00 pm. Come out and find some good buys and treat yourself to a sausage biscuit and coffee or juice for $2.00 or a hot dog, chips and drink for $2.00.
Doe Valley Baptist to hold homecoming
Pastor Roy Dowell and congregation of Doe Valley Baptist Church would like to invite everyone to their homecoming on August 9, 2015. There will be special singing and preaching, with a meal to follow after service. Everyone is welcome.
Farmers Memorial Baptist special singing
There will be a special singing at Farmers Memorial Baptist Church on Saturday, August, 1st at 6:00pm featuring “ Bro Bill Greer and Family.” Pastor, Rev Danny Joe Farmer and congregation invites everyone, more information call 336-385-6642.
Dewey Christian Homecoming Day
Dewey Christian Church will hold their Homecoming Day on Sunday August 9 beginning at 10:30. The church is celebrating 83 years of bringing lost people to Christ with the preaching of the Gospel. We appreciate those who have gone on to be with the Lord who worked so faithfully in years gone by to keep the church strong in the Dewey Community. We who remain still press on with sharing Jesus with the world, starting here in our own Johnson County.
We invite you to share our 83rd Homecoming Day on August 9th. We have a great worship service planned to begin at 10:30 as we continue steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine, fellowship, in breaking bread (Communion) and in prayers. We have great special music and Walter Schwitzerlette from Virginia is our guest speaker. The Homecoming meal will follow our Morning Worship in the Fellowship Center. We offer a special invitation to all former members of the church and first time visitors. God’s blessings are guaranteed! We are located at 3548 Highway 67 West, approx. 3.5 miles from the city limits headed toward Butler. If you need a ride or further information, please call the church office 727-5812.
God’s Country Church huge rummage sale
God’s Country Church will hold a huge rummage sale on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 30, 31, August 1 at 996 Crossroads Drive, Mountain City, 9:00am-3:00pm each day. Clothes, books, toys, household items, too much to mention. It will also be held next week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 6, 7 and 8 from 9:00am to 3:00 pm each day.
Brotherhood Quarter at Rainbow Mennonite
The Brotherhood Quartet will be singing at Rainbow Mennonite Church this Saturday evening at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to come out and worship the Lord through song.
Community Prayer Service for schools
There will be a community prayer service to be held for schools on Sunday, August 2 at 3:00 pm at the pavilion at Ralph Stout Park, followed by a prayer walk at the schools.
Bakers Gap Baptist homecoming service
Bakers Gap Baptist Church will be having their homecoming service August 9, 2015. Music service will be at 10:00 am with “Singing for the Savior and 11:00 am preaching service with Bro. Mack Arnold, followed by lunch. After lunch there will be more music and preaching services.