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? "?r"^ ^ ^B 1 ^B ^B ^ ^B M- ?? |m 1-4 M m ? I ? ? l%J ? 1 . ? m ^B Tj^ ^K I Calendar a*. 30 Women's Day pre-service Shiloh Baptist Church will have its pre-service leading up' to the 79th Women's Day celebration on Friday, Oct. 30 at 7 pjn. at 916 E. 12th St. The guest speaker will be Evangelist Suvondra Montgomery, Associate Minister of White Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Greensboro, under the leadership of Pastor Cory A. Graves. For more information, contact the church at 336-724-9263. Oct. 31 WSSU reunion concert Winston-Salem State University Alumni Gospel Choir will have its Homecoming gospel concert after the Homecoming game on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located at 1301 CJE. Gray Drive. Several acts will include: Winston-Salem State University Gospel Choir, Winston-Salem State University Reunion Gospel choir, Dr. George A. Pass and New, Sunday's Best singer Brandon Gaines, and Sunday's Best Finalist Tequila Wilson. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, go to www.wssu.edu/campus 1 ife/homecoming/default aspx. Oct. 31 Trunk-n-Treat Ambassador Cathedral will have its 'trunk-n-treat' on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5 pjn. to 6 p.m. at 1500 Harriet Tubman Drive. There will also be a Hallelujah Gospel Fest, featuring Brother Bill Pratt and the Gospel Crusaders, Mischeal Goldsmith and Souled Out. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for the gospel fest. For more information, call 336-725-0901. Oct. 31 Married Couples meeting RICH CDC Married Couples group will meet on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 5 p.m. at 5307 Peters Creek Parkway. All married couples are welcome to attend. This program enhances marriages of all ages; provide proper support for married couples that are separated, through guided and well-balanced group activities, discussions, outings and creative programming. For more information, call 336-784-9347. Oct. 31 Choir anniversary Greater Hope of Glory Missionary Baptist Church at 414 Mason St., will be celebrating its choir anniver sary on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 4 p.m. All are encouraged to attend for this time of celebration and worship. For additional details contact: Evangelist Juanita Danzy at 336-997-0098, administrative secretary. Nov. 1 "Day of the Dead" service The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston Salem, located at 4055 Robinhood Road, will have a sermon entitled "Day of the Dead: A Celebration of Life", by Rev. Lisa Schwartz on Sunday, Nov. 1 at 9 ajn. and 11 ajn. A workshop on end-of-life planning will follow each service. At the 9:15 a.m. forum, Don Woodard and Alberto Carillo will lead a discussion of "Zero Population Growth: What we will become and what can we do". For more information, go to uufws.org. Beginning Nov. 1 Pastoral anniversary New Hope Missionary Baptist Church is having its annual pastoral anniversary services beginning Sunday, Nov. 1 at 4 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 4 at 4 p.m., at 1201 New Hope Lane. The speakers for those serv ices will be Bishop Clyde Sellers of the Faith Worship Believers Church, and Pastor Clyde Lindsey of Greater Faith Baptist Church. On Sunday, Nov. 15 at 10 a.m., the services will continue with Deaconess Arlene Tate and Lakesha Weston leading the program. For more information, contact the church at 336-724 5401. Through Nov. 2 Living Healthy workshop Living Healthy is having a workshop every Monday through Nov. 2, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Peace Haven Baptist Church on 3384 York Road. Pre-regis tration is required. For more information and to regis ter, call 336-748-0217. Nov. 4 Women's Day celebration Shiloh Baptist Church is having its second service, as part of the 79th Women's Day on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 7 pm. at 916 E. 12th St. The guest speaker for that service will be Pastor Tembila Covington, founder and pastor of Crossing Red Sea Ministries in Rockingham. Fbr more information, call 336-724-9263. Nov. 6 World Community Day There will be a World Community Day Service on Friday, Nov. 6 at 11:30 a.m. at Knollwood Baptist Church, 330 Knollwood St. Registration will be at 11 am. Dr. Bob Setzer will be leading the service. For more information, contact Jamezenna Sudler at 336 772-0542. Nov. 7 Church Bazaar Born Again Free Church will be hosting its church bazaar on Saturday. Nov. 7, beginning at 7 a.m. on 741 Moravia St. There will be food, as well as furniture, clothes, gift baskets and sets for sale. Booths are still available for vendors who want to participate. For Set ReMgton on Photos by Timothy Ramsey Youth missionaries compete in a Bible Bowl at the Forsyth County Missionary Union monthly meeting on Sunday, Oct. 25. Missionary Union uses Bible Bowl to teach BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY FOR THE CHRONICLE When the Forsyth County Missionary Union met for its monthly meeting, it was full of questions. The highlight of the meeting was the Bible Bowl, which matched youth from different churches against one another in a Jeopardy-style quiz game. The winner of the event on Sunday Oct. 25 at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church was the host church of Friendship Baptist. The Bible Bowl has been an annual part of the Missionary Union for over 25 years. "It was a great event, everyone took a positive message, and learned a lot about Jesus," said Youth Missionary President James Huntley. He said he wanted to become president of the Youth Missionary Union "because it's a positive organ ization that deals with kids my age and younger, and I've seen the offi cers and they seem to be great role models for youth trying to make a positive change in the world." Joycelyn Johnson, who was the moderator for the Bible Bowl said, "We looked at ways to try and encourage the young people to do team building, assist with conflict resolution, and more importantly to help with the opportunity to do reli gious Christian development." The seniors competed in their own Bible Bowl competition. Mars Hill Baptist Church was the winner. "We encouraged the seniors to work along with the young people and to get them to think outside of the box." said Johnson about the Bible Bowl. The Missionary Union is made up of individuals from Baptist churches throughout Forsyth County. The union fellowships with one another, and are involved with missions with in individual churches and the com munity, as well as philanthropic endeavors throughout Forsyth County. They are also connected with the Lott Carey Foreign Mission, which held its annual convention at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro in August. The meeting commenced with the See Bowl on B! Submitted photo Trailblazing honor The Forsyth County Deacon Union Ministry celebrated its 75th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 17. The ministry presented a plaque to Deacon Evalena Clyborn, the 11th president and first female of the Forsyth County Deacon Union Ministry. Pictured (L-R) are Deacon William O. Harris, 1st Vice President, Forsyth County Deacon Union Ministry; Deacon Evalena Clyborn and Deacon Mack Nowlin, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Forsyth County Deacon Union Ministry. Family conference to bring a host of speakers SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, 1711 N. Claremont Ave., will have its family conference on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The theme will be, "Families Destined for Greater: How to Win at Life." The purpose is to provide families with tangible steps, knowledge, inspiration, aspiration, motivation and tools to improve the quality of their lives. The focus will be on spir itual, social, educational and eco nomic aspects, based on the given theme. There will be sessions for the youth (middle and high school stu dents), young adults (college stu dents) and adults. There will also be activities for kids. "The conference is designed to make a real impact on our communi ty," said Pastor Dwight Hash. "We hope that everyone will come so that we can all benefit together, and take information we gain into our homes, our churches, our community for the betterment of all of us." A host of speakers are in atten dance to deliver keynote addresses. Certain guest speakers like Or. Anthony Evans, president and CEO of National Black Church Initiative of Washington, D.C.; Judge Denise Hartsfield, District Court judge of the 21st District; Councilman James Taylor Jr., of the Southeast Ward; and WXII News Anchor Margaret Johnson are among the few that are expected. A $10 donation will cover the cost of all meals that will be served, gift registration bags and participa tion in all sessions of the conference. Registration can be online and at the door. For more information, email email@example.com. To register online, go to https://bmbcconf.yap sody.com/event/index/18546?ref=eli nk. Sunday School Lesson column expected to resume Sister Mildred Peppers has retired as the Sunday School Lesson columnist. We thank her wholeheartedly for her years of service to The Chronicle and the Winston-Salem community. Look for the column to resume with a new columnist in the future.