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Prince Of Peace Lutheran Church Τ ο Celebrate 12th Y ear
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On September 12. the 240
members of Prince of Peace
Lutheran Church, will cele
brate their 12th ANNIVER
SARY, as a congregation.
The congregation located at
3001 Beatties Ford Road, will
celebrate this 12th Anniver
sary with two services, under
the theme: PRINCE OF
PEACE WHY NOT!
There will be an 11 a.m.
service, with the Rev Bryant
E. Clancy, pastor and founder,
preaching. The Prince of
Peace Choir will sing.
At 3 p.m., the Mt. Calvary
Lutheran Gospel Choir will
provide the music and the
Pastor of Mt. Calvary, Rev
Richard Koehneke. will
preach the word of God with
Power and great might.
"We want this day to be a
dav of Draisine God. of giving
Him thanks and of rejoicing
in our FELLOWSHIP.one with
another," Rev.Clancy said.
® "We have good reasons to be
thankful and joyful. The Lord
has been good to us. He has
blessed our congregation. Our
prayers have been answered,
our attendance has increased,
our offerings are up, we love
each other and our Church;
and we have come to the time
of self - financing," Clancy
added.
"Everyone is invited and
welcome to worship and fel
lowship with the PRINCE OF"
PEACE FAMILY ON THIS
HISTORIC DAY," he conclud
ed.
The Rev Bryant E. Clancy,
is the second Vice President of
the Southeastern District of
the Lutheran Church - Missou
ri Synod.
LOTT CAREY
Delegates from area chur
ches recently attended the
79th annual session of Lott
NCCBS Sets
Second
Conference
By Melvetta Jenkins
Post Staff Writer
■»· The second annual North
Carolina Conference on Black
Studies (NCCBS) will be held
October 8-9 at the Holiday
Inn-North in Charlotte, ac
cording to a statement re
leased by NCCBS recently.
• The conference, whose
theme is "Black Studies: Call
ing for a New Order," will
feature workshops on curricu
lum, youth, and job develop
ment, research, and training.
The goals of the conference
include structuring and
strengthening of NCCBS, de
veloping a program of action
on the community and school
levels, and getting more in
volved with community lead
ers and citizens, and school
personnel and students.
Featured speakers will be
Dr. Joseph Kussell of Indiana
University, Executive Direc
tor of the National Conference
on Black Studies (NCBS), and
Dr. Sonja Stone, co-director of
the Afro-American Studies
Curriculum at the University
of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill.
41 f Registration for the confer
ence ends September 15. Fees
are $15 for adults and $10 for
students. Fees paid after the
September 15 deadline will
include an added $2.50 late
charge.
Registration forms can be
obtained by contacting Dr
Bertha L. Maxwell at :
•The Black Studies Center
The University of North Caro
lina at Charlotte
UNCC Station, Rowe 297
Charlotte, N.C. 28223
Educators, students, and all
other interested persons are
invited to attend.
Rev Bryant Gancy
..Popular civic leader
Carrey Baptist Foreign Mis
sion Convention in Richmond,
Va , August 31 through Sep
tember 2.
More than 3,000 chruches
are active supporters of the
foreign mission organization.
Headquarters of the conven
tion is located at 1501 11th
Street, N.W., Washington,
DC.
Member congregation have
been generous to the conven
tion, according to a recent
news release. Contributions
have supported a 14 percent
over all budget increase.
The convention met at Fifth
Street Baptist Church, where
the Rev. Rosco D. Cooper is
pastor.
Dr. J.D. Bussey of Washing
ton, D.C. was elected conven
tion president. Former presi
dent C.R. Edwards was a well
received speaker.
Rev. ,G.L. Bowick of Pitts
burgh. Pa., was elected first
vice president. The office of
second vice president went to
Dr. B. J. Robinson of Rich
mond, Va. Dr. Jasœr Free
man of Norfolk, Va., secreta
ry. Assistant Recording secre
tary is now Dr. Charles W.
Ward. Dr. L.J. Shipman of
Youngstown, Ohio was chosen
statistician.
GREENVILLE MEMORIAL
The annual organizational
meeting of Greenville Memo
rial AME Zion Church will be
held Monday, September 13 at
7:30 p.m.
"All officers and members
are urged to attend this very
important meeting," said a
recent announcement. "All
clubs and boards are to have
(a) representative attend this
meeting. Business is very ur
gent." '
Reports are also due from
all clubs and boards for the
Republicans
Set Fourteenth
Annual Barbecue
The fourteenth annual Re
publican Bar-B-Que will be
held Thursday, September 23,
' from 10 until 8 p.m. at the
Park Center on Kings Drive,
North.
All local and state GOP
candidates for public office
are expected to be in atten
dance, including congressman
Jim Martin. Chairman for the
event, sponsored annually by
the local Republican Party, is
Charlotte Businessman Ron
Ross. Deliveries will be made
on large orders of · Twenty
Five (25) or more. Arrange
ments for pick-ups and delive
ries of large orders can be
made prior to September 22 by
calling local republican head
quarters at 334-W27.
Door prizes this year in
clude a 1977 Chevrolet Monte
Carlo, a color television set,
stereo and other prizes.
MRS. RUBY CARR
..."Woman of the Weok"
be held September 12-13, said
the announcement.
FIRST BAPTIST
The annual barbecue dinner
of First Baptist Church will
be held Saturday, September
11, in the Extension Building
of the Church.
Dinners are $2.75 each.
On Sunday, September 12,
the church will observe
"Christian Education Day".
"It is hoped." said a recent
announcement, "that on that
day all members or family
units in our church will put
forth a special effort to attend
Sunday School as well as our
worship service together."
Following the education day
service, a meeting will be held
to plan an upcoming church
wide birthday party and get- 1
acquainted social. All mem
bers born under the same
Zodiac sign will meet to plan
group activities.
The affair will be held Sun
day, September 26, at 5 p.m. at
the Greenville Community
Center, 1330 Spring Street.
First Baptist
Two programs will observe
pastor appreciation day for
the Rev. V. M Worthy of First
Baptist Church of Concord.
Sunday, September 12.
Speaking at the 11 a.m.
service will be the Rev. C. C.
Craig of the General Baptist
Convention in Raleigh.
Rev. H.E. Johnson of Oak
Road Baptist Church of Har
risburg will speak at 2:30 p.m.
A church spokesperson said
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these services
MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST
For the first time at .Mt.
Olive, the women of the
church was in charge and
carried out the entire morning
worship service. It was Wo
man's Day at Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church The morning
speaker was one of the women
members of the church. Mrs
Joann Standifer Mrs. Standi
fer's subject was, The Wo
man-Faith and Life. The mes
sage was very eloquently deli
vered. The speech was high
lighted with a charge to the
women to continue to be sted
fast in their faith.
The women were organized
into groups with lady captains
in charge in order to facilitate
fund raising for the program
The lady captain whose group
reported the most in fund
raising was named Woman ol
the Week. This honor was
bestowed upon Mrs Kubv
Carr, who has been a member
of Ml. Olive Baptist Church
for a number of years
Although the program vsas
initated and organized by Mrs
Lucille Mcllwain, and Mrs.
Alberta Wilson who is the
president of the Woman's Or
ganization at Mt. Olive, it was
the interest and enthusiasm of
all the women ot the church
that made the day such a
grand and successful occa
sion.
Mayfield Memorial
The Mayfield Memorial
Baptist Church, located at Too
Sugar Creek Hoad West and
Rev. H.S. Diggs
Observes homecoming
pastored by Rev. H S Higgs.
will observe its annual home
coming on Sunday. September
12. and its tall revival each
evening. Monday through Fri
day. at 7::io (iuest preacher
lor the revival will be Rev
Charles Daley ol .Jacksonville.
Florida
Homecoming day wli lea
lure three preaching si ι \ ices
to be held at 1I a m i ρ ni
and ti ρ m Special guests for
the 3 ρ in services will be
1<ι·\ .111 Little, his choir, ant
congregation from I'leasanl
(•rove InitedChurch ot I hrisi
o! MoiTisville. North Carolina
Pastor Diggs will preach al
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the 11 a m. and 6 p.m. ser
vices
Homecoming dinner will be
served to the members and
friends of Mayfield at 1:30
D.m The hostess committee of
the Church will serve as host
esses for this affair.
Various choirs and churches
are invited and expected to
share with Mayfield each
evening during the revival.
The entire public is invited.
Mayfield Memorial
The Mayfield Memorial
Baptist Church, through dele
gated messengers, were in
attendance at the Lott Carey
Foreign Missionary Conven
tion the week of August 30
through September 3, 1976.
The convention was held in
Kichmond, Virginia and dele
gates from approximately 20
states and the District of
Columbia were in attendance.
The main work of this con
vention. which has headquar
ters in Washington. D C., is to
spread the Gospel of Jesus
Christ throughout the foreign
lands The work of the Lott
Carey Convention is largely
telt through the hospitals,
schools, churches, and other
social agencies it has set up in
many parts of Africa and on
other foreign continents
Representing the Mayfield
Memorial Church was Mrs
Ellen Johnson who is Presi
dent of the Young Adult Mis
sionary Department of the
Mayfield Church where Rev.
H.S. Diggs serves as Pastor.
The church is located at 700
Sugar Creek Road West
President of the Lott Carey
Convention is Rev C.R Ed
wards, Pastor of First Baptist
Church of Fayetteville, North
Carolina.
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Baptist Church
22ου Julia Ave
Charlotte. N.C.
KKV ROBERTM YOUNG, MINISTER
334-3186 or 333-1970
Sunday School 9 :45 a m
Morning Worship 11 a m.
Kvening Worship 6 30 ρ m
Prayer Meeting & Teachers Meeting on
Thursday at 8 ρ m
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From Dallas Texas
Walls Memorial AME Zion ("hurt·h
2722 Bancroft Street
Charlotte. N.C. 181U6
REV. J Τ WHITE MINISTER
Resident : 523-288H .Church 375 5361
Sunday School · y 45 a m -Classes For All Ages
Morning Worship 11am
"Enter To Worship Depart To Serve"
Day Care Center for 4 to 5 years old
Monday thru Friday ■ 7 a m. til fi ρ m
Mr Worth Williams, Minister of Music
Mrs. Bobbie Parks. Assistant Minister of Music
Gospel Choir - Tuesday, 8 p.m
Vocal Choir Wednesday, 7 : 30 ρ in
Senior Choir Thursday, 7 :30 ρ m
J Τ White Singers Thursday t> ρ m
Mt, Zion Holiness CJiurrh
28(H) Tuckaseegee Koad
BISHIFW J DAVIS HASTOK
Sunday School Ida in"
Morning Worship II 15 a in
Young People Willing Workers Η ρ m
Evening Service 7 nop in
Monday Bible Study H ρ ni
Sister of Charity Wednesday Mid Week
Service 7 :«ι ρ m
New Emmanuel (Congregational
United Church Of Chiixt
"Temple of the Holy Ghost"
.1540 Beatties Kord Koad
Charlotte. Ν C 28216
rev dr n c calmoi'n
Minister Daily Counselor
9 45 a m Sunday School
II 00 a m Good Music
It 30am Gospel Preaching
Prayer Meeting 7 30 Wed
Mrs Queen Kstell L
Thompson. Missionary
Leader
Brother Dan Caldwell
Deacon
Day Care Center fi a m to fi : <
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Phone 399 1249
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Prince Of Peacç Lutheran Churcfi
3001 Beatties Ford Road
Rev Bryant Ε Clancy, Pastor
Schedule, this Sunday
,9 45 a m Church School
11:00a m Morning Worship
3:00p m 12th ANNIVERSARY
PRINCE OF PEACE WHY NOT!
    

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