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The Charlotte post. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1918-????, June 24, 1993, Image 14

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Pagel4A - THE CHARLOTTE POST - Thursday, June 24,1993 CHURCH NEWS Dr. Carroll Jenkins •Church of God In Christ The members of the Pente costal Temple and the North Carolina Second Jurisdic tion honored Bishop J. Ho ward Sherman Sr. at a din ner at the Government House Hotel last week. The occa sion was In observance of his 70th birthday celebra tion and the fifth term re- election as chairman of the board of bishops of the Church of God in Christ. •Ebenezer Baptist The women of Ebenezer Baptist Church will observe their annual Women's Day June 27 during the 11 a.m. services. Lisa Cooley will be the speaker. Joyce McMll- llan will conduct the mass women's choir. The theme Is "Ebenezer Women Uniting The Links In Service." The membership Is having wor ship services at 2310 States ville Ave. Dr. A.B. Sutton Sr. Is the pastor. Vemell Fun- derburke, Mary Maxwell and Connie Williams are Wom en's Day chairpersons. •Temple Baptist On June 27 at 4 p.m., the Deacon and Deaconess Board of Temple Baptist (2816 Tuckaseegee Rd.) will cele brate Its 44th armlversary. Rev. Casey Kimbrough of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church and his choirs, ushers, officers and congregation will be the guests. Rev. LeRoy Dunlap Is pastor. •Second Calvary Baptist The sanctuary choir of Sec ond Calvary Baptist Church will have its annual Spring Praise concert on June 27 at 5 p.m. The chotr Is under the direction of Harold Dbcon and G. McDowell, Second Calvary's ministers of mu sic. The church Is at 114 Nel son Ave. For Information, contact Sandra Norman at 333-3111 or 598-7400. •Grier Heights Presbyterian Church Grier Heights Presbyterian Church will celebrate Its 50th anniversary on June 27 at the 11 a.m. service. Dr. Carroll Jenkins, First Synod executive and stated clerk of the Synod of the Mid Atlan tic, will be the guest speaker. On June 25, at 7:30 p.m. the community's chobs will join a singing program. There will be exhibits throughout the educational plant on June 25 from noon-4 p.m. Vivian Matheson is coordi nator for the 50th anniver sary celebration. •New Pleasant Valley Baptist New Pleasant Valley Bap tist Church will have a fish fry and yard sale on June 26 starting at 8 a.m. The church Is located at 500 Ingle Street in Charlotte. •Charlotte Interdenominational Mass Choir The Charlotte Interdenom inational Mass Choir of the Gospel Workshop of America will be In concert at Nazar eth P.B. Church, 2230 Ban croft St., June 27 at 4 p.m. •Shepherd's Fold Shepherd's Fold Church will have Men's Day June 27. The celebration will start at 8:30 with a fellowship break fast at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Ervin MUlsap of Greater Fellow ship Baptist Church will be tlie guest at 6:30 p.m. •New St. John Baptist "A Caring and Sharing Kind of Love" will be the theme for the morning ser vice June 27 at New St. John Baptist Church. The special guest will be the N.C. Mass Choir directed by Ronnie Gil liam. Local choirs will be featured. On June 25 at 7:30 p.m. the Stars of Faith 111 be gin its anniversary program. Vacation Bible school Is from June 28 to July 2. Classes are for children (ages 2 and over) and adults. The public Is welcome. •Nazareth Primitive Baptist The Nazareth Primitive Baptist Church will celebrate Its 116th anniversary on June 27 at 3 pm. The speaker will be Elder Harry Love of Liberty Primitive Baptist Church In Concord. The church Is at 2230 Bancroft St. •Nations Ford Baptist Nations Ford will have its pastor appreciation service for Rev. Phillip M. Davis on June 27 at 5 p.m. Nations Ford Is located at 7410 Na tions Ford Road. For infor mation call 522-6480. •First Presbyterian Church The Inspirational Concert Choir of First Presbyterian Church, Waxhaw, will present a concert on June 28 at 4 p.m. The church Is locat ed at Highway 75 approxi mately two miles east of Waxhaw. •Pleasant Hill Baptist The Adult chotr of Pleasant Hill will observe Its anniver sary on June 27 at 4 p.m. Ter ry Oates win be the guest pia nist. The church Is located at 517Baldwin Ave. Rev. J.A. Cuthbertson Is pastor. •First Mayfield Memorial First Mayfield Memorial Baptist Church Mass choir will be In concert on June 27 at 3 p. The church Is located at 901 Oaklawn Ave. The theme Is "He Is Working It Out For You." A variety of songs by various artists will be performed. Renee Sanders will lead the choir In "I Tried Him (Jesus Is Alright With Me)." Rev. C. McArthur Is pastor. •Temple Chapel The usher choir of Temple Chapel wUl have its 17th an niversary on June 27 at 2:30 p.m. The church Is located at 900 September Lane. Rev. G.E. Gilmon Is pastor. •Grace AME Zion The combined choirs of Grace AME will have a ser vice of praise and song on June 27 at 5 p.m. The senior, gospel, young adult and men's choirs will sing a va riety of songs, consisting of spirituals, anthems, and contemporary gospel. Rev. J. Elvln Sadler Is pastor. •Greater Providence Baptist The annual Men's Day pro gram will be held on June 27 during the 11 a.m. worship service. The theme for the program Is "Ordinary Men Can Do The Extra Ordinary." Micah 1:1-4, Hosea 3: 1-5, Amos 1: 1-2 and Genesis ROCKWELL AJtl£, ZION CHURCH "Celebrating 128 Years of Christianity" William M. Jordan HI • PASTOR - WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS - Sunday School 9:45a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Tuesday 'Youth In Action" 7-9 p.m. Wednesday - Prayer Service/Bible Study - 6p.m. (704)596-8279 • 6301 Rockwell Church Rd, SIMPSON GILLESPIE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev, James Graves, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30a.m. Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m. Bible Study - Tue, 7:00 PM 3545 Beatties Ford Road Rev. James Graves (704)399-2717 12:1-8. The speaker wUl be Attorney Frank E. Emory Jr. The pastor is Dr. Fred Gib son. •Grace AME Zion Church On June 27 at 5 p.m., Grace AME Zion music department will sponsor a program cele brating the roots of'’gospel music at Grace and how it has branched over the years. Participating choirs Include: The Reunion Youth Choir under the direction of Smith Turner IV, the gospel choir under the direction of Gloria Reid, and the men's choir un der the direction of Gloria Roberts. The concert will conclude with selections from the United Voices of Grace. The church Is located at 219 S. Brevard Street. Rev. Elvln Sadler Is pastor. •First Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church in Waxhaw will conduct its annual Vacation Bible School during the week of June 28-July 2 from 6-8:30 p.m. Classes wUl be for ages 3 through adult. Classes will be held for Bible, crafts and music. For information, call Raymond Funderburke, Naomi Chambers, Catherine Cureton, Cheryl McCain or Jalrus Poston. •Mt. Moriah Baptist July 4 will mark 48 years of service for Rev. J.C. Ro binson as pastor of Mt. Mo riah Baptist Church In Mat thews. Special honors commemorating Rev. Robin son's service are planned during morning worship ser vice. Rev. Robinson’s neph ew, Rev. Edwards Robinson, will deliver the message. This special service is spear headed by the Pastor's Aide of Mt. Moriah. •University Park Baptist The men of University Park Baptist Church will sponsor an All Male Fash ion Show on June 26 at 7 p.m. at West Charlotte High School Auditorium. Admis sion Is $10 at the door. On June 27, the men will ob serve Men's Day '93 during the 10:40 a.m. service. Guest minister will be Dr. Charles Mosley, pastor of Nazareth First Baptist Church of Asheville. For information, call 392-1681. University Park Baptist Church Is locat ed at the comer of Keller Av enue and Senior Dr. Rev. Claude R. Alexander Jr. Is pastor. •Friendship Missionary Baptist The music department of Friendship missionary Bap tist Church will present the Youth Choir In concert at 5 p.m. June 27 at First Baptist Church-West. Duncan C. Gray Is director. •Plaza United Methodist A Three-day Bible school will be sponsored by the Pla za Umted Methodist Church, 5600 The Plaza. The church and grounds will be trans formed into what a market place looked like In 29 A.D. Youth and adults of the church will dress in cos tumes of the era. 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