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Women's Fellowship Ministry
Bishop Marvin, Pastor Clara Cremedy & Vessels
Of Honor Church Ministries, 3608 Ogburn Ave., will
sponsor a Women's Fellowship Ministry on Friday,
April 17. Intercessory prayer will begin at 6 pjn.
Ministering the word of God at 7 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served. For more
information or transportation, call Pastor Clara
Cremedy at 336-624-9351 or send an email to
email@example.com. Bishop Marvin and
Elder Clara Cremedy are the host pastors.
Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc.
on Friday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. will have its Joyful
Noise Men Choir Concert. The public is invited.
There will be guest choirs performing. Contact
Deacon Reginald Fleming at 336-661-6687.
The Fruit of the Vine World Garden is sponsoring
a special event on Friday, April 17 at 11 a.m. At The
Winston Salem Hotel & Spa, located at 3050
University Parkway. Speakers include Winston
Salem Mayor Allen Joines, author and motivational
speaker Rudy Ferraro, World Garden Founder the
Rev. Steve Johnson, Dr. James Fulwood, Majic 99.9
radio talk show host Robyn Tatum, Winston Salem
Police Department, Forsyth County Sherriff's
Department, Winston-Salem Fire Department and
other community very important people. RSVP to
the Rev. Johnson, founder of the World Garden, at
336-987-9953 or Steve@fruitofthevineworldgar
St. James A.M.E. Church will hold a Living
Legends Celebration on April 18 at 10 a.m. in the
Steven Lyons Fellowship Hall at the church, 1501
N. Patterson Ave., across from the post office.
Antique Auto Show
Fruit of The Vine Garden will sponsor an Antique
Auto Show on Saturday, April 18 from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Winston Salem Hotel & Spa located at
3050 University Parkway. There will be free food.
Donations will go to The Vine World Garden, a non
profit organization. Donations will help provide
seeds for individuals to "plant a seed, feed the
world." There will also be live book signings from
author Rudy Ferraro. The public is invited.
'Save Our Girls'
On Saturday, April 18, the Honorable Minister
Louis Farrakhan will be delivering a message to
women only via webcast called "Save Our Girls." It
can be viewed at 1530 Martin St. Doors open at 9
a.m. For more information, contact Sister Shelia
Muhammad at 336-497-8603.
Ministry For Christ Church, 2341 N. Patterson
Ave., and Senior ^ ,
Andrea Nash are
hosting a concert
with the Big
Four Choir on
18, at 6 p.m.
Special guest is
the Omega Psi
P h i - P h s i
The Big Four Choir
Chapter, the community is invited.
St. Matthew Apostolic Temple Church of Jesus
Christ, 3640 New Walkertown Rd., where Bishop
Joseph P. Lowery is pastor, invites the public for a
two-day celebration of the "Sanctuary Choir
Anniversary"- on Saturday,- April 18, at 6:30 p.m.
Mistress of ceremony will be Evangelist Beverly
Alexander. Special guest will be Dionn Owen and
Renaissance Choir and other guest choirs from the
city. Sunday, April 19, at 4 p.m., the celebration
continues, with Bishop James E. Wiley Jr. and his
church Greater Liberty Temple Church from Shelby
as guest speaker. If you have any questions, feel free
to contact: Minister of Music : Brother Kenny
Anderson at 336-345-8922 or Church secretary:
Sister Janet Tucker at 336-682-6241 or call the
church telephone at 336-724-1780 or email
Young Adult Summit
Generation of Voices of Piney Grove Baptist
Church, 4715 Indiana Ave., will host a Young Adult
Summit for ages 5-18 on Saturday, April 18, from
8:30 a.m. to noon. There will be workshops on find
ing your purpose as Christian young adults, money
management, bullying and social media. The public
is invited. Call 336-744-5759 for more information.
Fruit of the Spirit Program
Steward's Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church, 198
Anderson Road, Rural Hall, will hold its Fruit of the
Spirit Program on Sunday, April 19 at 3 p.m. There
will be different speakers for this event. The Rev.
Eddie L. Forstan is the host pastor. The public is
invited to attend
Men's and Women's Day
Bethania A.M.E. Zion Church. 2120 Bethania
Rural Hall Road, will celebrate Men's and Women's
Day on Sunday, April 19 at the 11 am. worship serv
ice. The speaker will be Thomas Baldwin, II, of
Huntersville, N.C. Rev. Dr. Karen Roberts Miller is
the host pastor. The public is invited to attend.
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Kimberly Park Holiness celebrates 96th anniversary
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Services celebrating its 96th
anniversary are set for Kimberly Park
Holiness Church on Sunday, April 19.
At 11 am. Kimberly Park's ministerial
staff members are scheduled to speak:
Pastor Elder Robert Edmond, Elder
Preston Jones, Minister/Lady Carolyn
Edmond and Dr. Evangelist Vanessa D
The guest church and pastor slated
for the 4 pjn. service are Bishop Arnie Joyce of Miracle
Mount Carmel Holiness Church of West Virgina. A dinner
fellowship will follow the morning service on Sunday.
Kimberly Park Holiness Church was organized in a
two-story framed building at Derry and Glenn Avenue. It
was the year 1919. The location at the time was a thickly
clustered area with bushes with a nearby stream. The
group comprised of 10 chartered members and came
together under the name of 'Union Mission Sanctified
Elder Frank Caesar was the founding pastor along with
Elder W. M. Smith as assistant pastor. Deacon Solomon
M. Caesar, Sister Nellie Caesar (wife of Frank Caesar),
Deacon Willie Caesar, Brother Jim Caesar, Sister Agnes
Caesar, Sister Winnie Gray as church mother, group as
Since its founding, Kimberiy Park Holiness Church
has^beqpdinder the leadership of several eminent pastors:
Elder W.M. Smith, Bishop S .M. Caesar, Bishop T.R. Rice,
Bishop L S. Tate, Elder Hilton Stone and Elder Paul
Sherard. Our current pastor is Elder Robert R. Edmond,
The chosen theme for this 96th year celebration is Acts
20:28, 'Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the
flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you over
seers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased
with his own blood."
Elder Edmond and the entire membership of Kimberiy
Park Holiness Church welcome the public to the services.
Youth shine in First Waughtown baptist showcase
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
More than 20 youth dis
played their talents in the
fourth annual Music and
Arts Seminar program at
First Waughtown Baptist
Church on Sunday, March
Thirteen of them earned
cash prizes ranging from $5
for Honorable Mention to
$20 for First Place in six
Below is the list of win
1st Place- Shandi
McDaniel - vocal
2nd Place- Terrell
1st Place- I'zaah Gray
2nd Place- Demarkus
3rd Place- Syncere
1st Place- Shamyah
1st Place- Shamara
Robinson, Jr., -
3rd Place- Nykiera
Stubbs - vocal
Honorable Mention -
Jasyah Holiday ? vocal
1 st Place- Shandi
2nd Place- Krisalin
Arts & Crafts
1st Place- Shamyah
2nd Place- Corian
3rd Place- Jaidon
Judges for the competi
tions were Arnita Miles,
representative for the North
Carolina Black Repertory
Company; Dr. Soncerey
professor of speech at
University, radio personali
ty, author and motivational
speaker; and Sylvia
of the Forsyth County
Public Library System and
executive director of the
North Carolina Black
In addition to the pres
entation of contest winners,
the program featured musi
cal and dance performanc
es, recitations and teen dis
cussions applying biblical
principles to current issues
that was facilitated by
Minister Theodis Chunn.
Minister Chunn is an aca
demic success counselor at
speaker, and founder ,pf
TCJ Motivations, a non
profit youth mentoring
organization. Bria Lindsay,
a junior at West Forsyth
High School, served as
mistress of ceremonies.
The Music and Arts
Seminar was coordinated
by Minister Tamara Moore.
Pastor Dennis W. Bishop is
senior pastor at First
Church photo by Minister Ttraara Moore
The winning first place drawing by I'zaah Gray.
GQ Club and First Presbyterian clean-up Cook Elementary
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Volunteerism is one of the tenants
of Christian service. It is also one of
the fundamental principles of
Gentleman's Quorum Inc., a mentor
ship program at Elementary School
Academy. As community volunteers
from First Presbyterian Church came
out to Cook Elementary last Saturday
during the church's First Serve effort.
Gentleman's Quorum pitched in to
help beautify the campus, helping
clean inside and outside of the school
and with school's landscaping.
First Presbyterian sponsors the
clean-up effort twice each year, once
in the fall and again in the spring.
First Presbyterian has already
planned its next First Serve for the
fall. It will occur in October. In addi
tion to providing help with clean-up
around the school. First Presbyterian
also provides monthly meals for
teachers and staff.. at Cook
Elementary, helps with its "back
pack" lunch program and provides 24
volunteers for Cook's "lunch bud
Gentleman's Quorum was found
ed last year by Sam Davis, a member
of the school's staff, at Elementary
School Academy. Elementary School
Academy is housed at Cook
Elementary. One of the criteria for
membership in Gentleman's Quorum
is that members must perform at least
10 hours of community service each
"We expect all of the gentlemen
in GQ to perform community serv
ice," said Elliot Miley, one of GQ's
advisors. "They get hands-on experi
ence performing a variety of needed
duties. It also gives them an opportu
nity to meet various members of the
community and have an opportunity
to interact with them. It is a privilege
for our kids to get this type of experi
ence and provide service to the com
munity in the process."
Jahaun King, a member of GQ
said he had fun and got some valuable
experience helping out.
"I really enjoyed having the
opportunity to come out and help my
school," he said. "I learned a lot today
and I look forward to doing it again."
? Stefano Buffert, another member
of GQ, said he liked the way students
and volunteers worked together to
help beautify the campus.
"This is my school and 1 take
pride in helping make it look better,"
Gentleman's Quorum members
Joshua Williamson, Jahaun King,
Stefano Buffert and T'Andre
Williams help beautify the campus
it Cook Elementary.
he said. "It was fun."
T'Andre Williams said volunteer
ing helps him understand how to
exercise citizenship, which is one of
GQ's fundamental principles.
"We talk about citizenship and
some of us didn't really understand
how that works," he said. "But this
gave me a chance to use it by helping
out my community by volunteering."
God's Love Is Guaranteed
Lesson Scripture: I John 4:13-5:5
By the end of this lesson, we should
? that love holds a community
? Give examples of love con
? Live a life of love; not fear
Background: This circular let
ter was sent to various churches in
Asia Minor. John, the beloved dis
ciple, probably penned it in
Ephesus. The early churches faced
many doctrinal ideas that made the believers doubt. The
apostle wrote to expose false teachers and to assure them
of their Salvation. He boldly declared that the foundation
of their relationship with God was love through Christ
Jesus. Chapter four opened with John cautioning them to
"test the spirit" that they experienced. If the teacher/spirit
didn't acknowledge Jesus as fully
human and divine, then it was the
"antichrist." He went on to say that their
faith in Christ has overcome the false
teachers. Therefore, the one (Holy
Spirit) who dwells in them is greater
than false teachers. The world listens to
them but believers follow God. Do you
know His voice? Loving one another
(with all their faults and ours) is the evi
dence that believers are of God. The
relationship between believers anrf flr>H
is based on love; nothing else! God loved first; He gave
His only Son for humanity! You can't beat that! John pre
set Pepper* on B5
School Lesson I