North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
_____ . v; Mhm| mK fit ' *
The Unitarian Universalis! Fellowship of
Winston Salem, 4055 Robinhood Road, will hear
Burrie Howard, John Shelton, Dave Moftatt and
Marguerite Beyer present a program of puuiotic
music titled "Singing the Revolution." The 9 a.m.
Forum. Howard will lead a discussion of current
events Find more information at uufws org.
7th annual church and pastoral anniversary
Vessels of Honor Church Ministries will celebrate
Founder's Day and the 7th annual church and pastoral
anniversary July 3 -10, beginning on July 3 at 11 a in.
for its pre-anniversary service with guest speaker Rev.
Richard Hickman. On July 3 at 4 pjn. Overseer John "
Fond and the congregation of the Healing House of
God will be special guests. On July 10 at 3 p.m. Pastor
James Grant of New Patterson Grove Faith Church of
East Bend will be the guest speaker. All anniversary
celebration services will begin promptly in the church
sanctuary located at 3608 Ogbum Ave. with a full
schedule of events taking place, including ministry in
dance and psalmist, along with dynamic praise and
worship ministry from Vessels of Honor Praise Team
Ministry. Bishop Marvin and Pastor Clara Cremedy
invite all to attend. For more information and or trans
portation, contact: Pastor Clara Cremedy at 336-624
9351 or email email@example.com.
I _ . ?
Monday - Friday
Free lunch and snack
Between 12 Moon and 2 pm. Monday through
Friday, free lunch and snack will be provided to any
child at Life Changing Transformation Church
Ministries. The church is located 2001 E. 25th St.
(corner of Ansonia and 25th Streets). Sr. Pastor
Mitchell is the host pastor.
New Birth Worship Center Church, 1033
Newbirth Dr., East Bend, where the Senior Pastor is
Dr. James LE. Hunt, will have a two-day Women's
Conference" on Friday, July 8, & Saturday, July 9.
Friday, July 8, Sister Renita Linville, First Lady from
Piney Grove Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, will be
the keynote speaker at 7:00 pjn. Praise and Worship
Service will start at 6:30 pjn. Saturday, July 9,
Evangelist Clara Goode will be the keynote speaker.
The program is from 11:00 ajn. - 2:00 pjn. In addi
tion, there will be a guest soloist and liturgical dance
ministry. It is a free event and lunch will be served.
We are asking that each person please bring a non
perishable food item to support our food pantry and
Meals on Wheels For additional information, please
call the church at 336-699-3583 or visit www new
Phillips Chapel Missionary Baptist Church will
celebrate its 75th Anniversary July 8-10 with a theme
of "Sharing the Past - Envisioning Our Future." The
public is invited to join us for this joyous occasion.
Founded in 1941 by the late Rev. Thomas C. Phillips,
Phillips Chapel has made significant contributions to
the local community. On Friday, July 8, we will kick
off the celebration with an Anniversary Gala at the
Marriott Hotel at 7 pan. The featured guest will be
comedian Marcus D. Wiley. Music will be provided
by Higher Ground Jazz/Dance band. Reservations are
required and tickets and reserved tables may be pur
chased at phillipschapel.com or by contacting the
church office at 336-723-9451. Saturday, July 9, an
Anniversary Festival will be held on the campus of
Phillips Chapel, 11 am.-3 p.m. The event will feature
food, fun, games and activities for-every age. The
evening will end with a concert beginning at 6 pm.
with performances by L.I.T. City, Generation Joshua,
and Carta Wilson Fenner. On Sunday, July 10, we will
close out the weekend with an 11 a.m. Anniversary
Celebration service. Pastor Chad Armstrong is
encouraging all members, active and inactive, former
members, and the community to com? and share with
the church family in this celebration. Phillips Chapel
is located at 132 North Glenn Ave.
July 10 -17
Life Changing Transformation Church Ministries.
2001 E. 25th St. (comer of Ansonia and 25th Streets)
will be celebrating their church anniversary on
Sunday, July 10 at 4:00 p.m. and on Sunday, July 17,
at 4:00 p.m. Our guest speakers will be: Bishop Carl
Archie of Glory of God Worship and Enrichment
Center on July 10; and Bishop Johnny Johnson of
United Deliverance Church of God on July 17. Sr.
Pastor Alice Mitchell is the host pastor. Everyone is
is invited to attend.
Basket and bingo
? The Women s Auxiliary of Life Changing
' mmsmoa Church Ministries will hold a Basket
and Bingo fundraising event on July 16 at 1:00
p.m.. The cost is 25 cents per game and $1 per raffle
ticket. Proceeds will go to the Women's
Auxiliary The church is located at 2001 E. 25th
Street (corner of Ansonia and 25th). Sr. Pastor
i Mitchell is the host pastor. Everyone is invited.
v The 43rd Congressional Convocation for
Ambassador Cathedra] will be held July 17-22 at
^500?am^<i|MHnai|Mltt Speakers are: July 17,5
p.m.. Bishop Aheia P Patterson of Danville, Va.; July
20, 7 p.m., Pastor Kendrick Lowery, Grace Church,
Durham; July 22, 7 p.m.. Pastor Dr John McClurkin,
Greater Faith Deliverance Center Church of God.
' Photo by lUnhyRooMy
Members of Antioch
Christian Church and
the surrounding com
munity were invited to
walk the park to raise
funds for the church's
Vacation Bible School
Church holds prayer walk to
raise funds to help children
BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY
Church ministries use many
methods to raise funds. The steward
ship committee of Antioch Christian
Church has found a way to not only
raise money but also help others get
some exercise and spread the word of
Christ all at once.
The "Souls For Christ Walk" was
started in 2010 as a way to raise funds
for the church's Vacation Bible
School. According to Liz Gilliam,
the walk is also a way for the church
to go out into the community and let
people know there are those in the
church who still care.
"I've been in walks before and
have seen the success they can have,
so I thought it would be a great idea
to have one here," said Gilliam. "Our
duty is to win souls for Christ, so as
the church we are supposed to win
souls in the community."
The walk started at the church
See Walk on B6
Photo by Timothy Ramsey
Charles and Dr. Jewel Cherry were co-chairpersons for the Men and Women's day celebration, and were
applauded for all of their hard work
St. John C.M.E. brings Men's
and Women's days together
BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY
Men's Day and Women's Day are normally celebrated
on different days during different parts of the year. On
Sunday, June 26, St. John C.M.E. church decided to
observe both on the same Sunday after not having a Men's
or Women's Day for the past decade.
According, to the church, in 1907 Nannie Helen
Burroughs instituted the concept of Women's Day during
he Women's Convention of the National Baptist
Convention. It was an opportunity for women to learn to
speak for themselves. Additionally, it was a time to
;ncourage younger women to catch the torch and meet the
needs of the church and community.
Equally, Men's Day was a time to celebrate men and
appreciate men's contributions to family, church commu
nity and country. Men's Day in the black church is a
See Unite on B6
Ignoring God's Truth Within
nnt n?*?s?rv if their
By the end of this les
son, we will
* Identify Paul's rev
elation about the people
who claim to follow
God's Law while failing
to keep it
* Recognize the
hypocrisy of claiming to
belong to God while
breaking God's Law
* Identify the
hypocrisy in our beliefs
and daily actions and
ways to comply with God's Li
Background: There is friction in the Roman church
over circumcision. Paul contends that circumcision itself
is fine as a part of obeying God's whole law, referring to
those laws given to Israel during their "wilderness expe
rience." He, Paul, also defends that for the gentiles it is
hearts are changed at sal
vation. Paul and Peter
disagreed on this point
Lesson: Paul has
made the assertion that
God will judge people
according to the lives
they lived; a persons
actions indicates the state
of his or her heart
(Romans 2:6; Psalms
62:12; Proverbs 24:12).
Paul states, parenthetical
ly, religion can't save
you. Being brought up
Jewish doesn't mean you can lean back and take it easy
because you feel an advantage to God's revelation, or like
a "connoisseur" of God's best things and privy to the lat
est doctrines. You (Jews) may feel qualified to guide oth
ers, but who will guide you? You walk a fine line when