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Dr. Joseph Jones will celebrate his 34th anniversary
during the 11 a.m. morning worship service.
New Birth Worship Center (NBWC), 1033
Newbirth Drive, East Bend, will celebrate its
Inspirational Choir's 18th anniversary on Sunday, April
26, at 3:30 p.m. The guest choir will be Mt. Zion
Baptist Church of Greensboro Mass Choir, from
Greensboro. In addition, the NBWC "Angels of Mercy"
Dance Ministry will perform. The pastor at NBWC is
Dr. James L.E. Hunt. Everyone is invited to attend. For
more information, please call 336-699-3583 or visit
The Forsyth County Missionary Union will convene
on Sunday, April 26, at 3 p.m. at Morning Star Baptist
Church, 1400 Fitch St. Youth and Young Adults will
meet at 1 p.m. Seniors will meet at 3 p.m. Rosa Harrell
is president of the Morning Star Union. The president
of the Forsyth County Union is Lenner P. Jefferies. For
more information call R.J. Gore at 336-817-8424.
Dionn Owen <& Renaissance Anniversary
Dionn Owen & Renaissance will celebrate their
13th anniversary on Sunday, April 26, at 4 p.m. at New
Jerusalem Baptist Church, 1212 North Dunleith Ave.
Host pastor is Rev. Ronald Speas. Special tribute will
be made to Madame Mary L. Haynie.
Special guest soloists are Minister Bethany Heath,
Pastor Beverly Alexander and Constance Daniels.
Doors open at 3 p.m.
The congregants of the Mount Sinai Full Gospel
Deliverance Center, 2721 Manchester St., will cele
brate Pastor Yvonne H. Hines with a collection of
appreciation services, "The Clergy Series." The Clergy
Series will commence with the first Appreciation
Service on Sunday, April 26, at 6 p.m. with special
guests Elder Dean Staley and the First Pentecostal
Church of Asheboro. The public is invited. For more
information, contact the church office at msfgdc@bell
south.net or 336-722-2624.
'Close out' '
New Direction Movement Cathedral, 3300
Overdale Drive, will "Close Out" the 36th pastoral
anniversary of Pastor Essie C. McCullough at the 11 am
morning service with Bishop Daniel R. Coleman. Also
the Youth and the Young Adults will be in charge of the
service. For more information, call 336-771-2111
Healing and deliverance service
Vessels Of Honor Church Ministries, 3608 Ogburn
Ave., will hold a monthly "Healing and Deliverance
Service" on Sunday, April 26. Sunday Morning 11 a.m.
worship service speaker will be Pastor Clara Cremedy.
At the 4 p.m. service, spoken word will be presented by
Pastor Candy York. For more information or transporta
tion no later than Saturday before 6 p.m., call Pastor
Clara Cremedy at 336-624-9351 or send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Bishop Marvin and Elder
Clara Cremcdy are the host pastors.
The Wall of Separation'
The Rev. Barry Lynn, the executive director of
Americans for the Separation of Church and State, will
speak at 9 and 11 a.m. Sunday, April 26 at the Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem, 4055
Robinhood Road. His topic is titled "The Wall of
Separation." Visitors are welcome. At the 9:15 a.m.
forum, Patricia Dixon of Wake Forest University will
lead a discussion titled "Mindful Awareness."
Find more information at www.uufws.org.
Starting April 28
Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold
a two-day spring revival. Nightly services will be
Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28-29, at 6:30 p.m.
Scheduled guest preachers are: Bishop John Guns, who
will conduct a lecture each night at 6:30 p.m.; Bishop
Carolyn Showell, who will preach on Tuesday at 7:30
p.m.; and Dr. Walter Malone Jr. who will preach on
Wednesday at 7:30 pm. For more information call the
church office 336-724-9305 or visit the website union
On Tuesday, April 28 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.,
everyone is invited to worship with Calvary Hill
Church of Greater Deliverance Inc., at the Bethesda
Center for the church's monthly outreach. The
Bethesda Center is at 930 North Patterson Ave. Direct
all question to Elder Tammy Miles at 336-695-7429.
Bishop Claude C. Turner is founder, pastor and teacher
of Calvary Hill.
Church to launch service
Anchor is a new Young Adult Ministry at Agape
Faith Church targeting ages 18-30 at Agape Faith
Church, 2101 Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons.
On May 2 at 7 p.m. the church is kicking off Anchor
Young Adult Ministry. Meetings will be on the first and
third Saturday night each month. All are invited. For
more information, contact the church office at 336-766
9188 or email email@example.com.
SJ Boutique Free clothes closet is open every sec
ond, fourth and fifth Saturday at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each
month at St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson
Ave. Open to the public. Contact 336-995-1464.
Men Helping Men
All men young and old are invited to fellowship
with Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc.,
4951 Manning St., during Men Helping Men Be Men
every Tuesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For more informa
tion, contact the church at 336-744-3012.
St. James A.M.E. Church, 1501 N. Patterson
Ave holds Bible study from 7-8 p.m. on Monday
evenings. The fellowship meal is 6-7 p.m. All are invit
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Piedmont Earth Day Fair challenges
guests to create zero waste
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Piedmont Environmental Alliance
(PEA), the nonprofit organizer of the 10th
annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair, antici
pates a crowd of more than 10,000 visitors
at tne event
April 25 at the
from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
or guests must be taken home.
PEA encourages guests to think cre
atively about ways to reduce or eliminate
waste on Earth Day, as well as the rest of
the year. This initiative aims to minimize
the environmental impact of the Fair and
sion to edu
cate the pub
ways to be
ly reduce the
ates, if you
The Piedmont Earth Day Fair is this Saturday.
local sponsors and community partners,
organizers are planning a robust program
full of interactive children's activities, live
entertainment, environmental demonstra
tions and more than 100 earth-friendly
exhibitors. The event and activities will be
free to the public.
Guests at the Earth Day Fair are asked
to meet PEA's Zero Waste Challenge. The
goal is to not send any waste to the landfill
when the event is over. With that objective
in mind, event organizers provide Zero
Waste Stations that include recycling and
composting bins and volunteers who edu
cate the public on what items can be com
posted or recycled. No "trash" cans are
provided ? so any non-recyclable, non
compostable trash generated by exhibitors
understand what can be composted or
recycled," said Kristin Wiggins, PEA's
executive director. "We hosted 10,000
people at last year's Fair, and only gener
ated three bags of landfill waste, mostly
filled with items brought in by our guests.
This year, we hope to decrease that by at
least 50 percent."
Keeping with the Fair's Zero Waste
Challenge, all food and beverages will be
served on recyclable or compostable prod
ucts so nothing ends up in the landfill. In
addition, the Fair's food and beverage
vendors are asked to provide food free
from artificial additives, preservatives or
food coloring, meat from animals raised
humanely and without growth hormones
and fair trade tea and coffee.
City will exhibit at Earth Day Fair
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Residents attending the Earth Day Fair
this Saturday can stop at city booths to
learn how to reduce their lighting bills,
enter to win a free pet waste composter,
learn about future biking options and
Six city entities will be exhibiting at
the fair, which will be held 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday. April 25, at the Winston
The departments are:
?The Sustainability Office, which will
have information about how to reduce
home lighting bills and make homes more
?Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful,
which will provide information about
Community Roots Day and Big Sweep and
distribute free pocket ashtrays to help
reduce cigarette butt litter.
?The Winston-Salem Transit
Authority, which will have information
about upcoming public hearings for pro
posed changes in bus routes.
?Recycle Today, with information
about what can and cannot be recycled
through the city's roll-out recycling pro
?Stormwater/Erosion Control, which
will hold a drawing for a backyard pet
waste composter from among people who
sign a pledge to pick up after their pets.
?Transportation, which will have infor
mation about places to walk and bike in the
city, including future projects and events.
A map showing the location of the
city booths, along with more information
about the Earth Day Fair, is .posted at
FAITH ? HOPE ? LOVE IN ACTION
St. Paul UMW Invites You
Women's Weekend 2015
Living the Life God Intended for You
Clothes too big? Too small?
Donate your gently-used, clean,
neatly folded men, women and
children's clothing to:
The United Methodist Women's
Saturday, April 25
Lower Parking Lot (Rain location: Fellowship Hall)
Charlene Curtis, Speaker
Former Head Women's
Wake Forest University
Sunday, April 26
2400 Dellabrook Rd www.stpaulumcws.org
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