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    Pleasant Hill Choir To Perf or:'^ In Interdenominational Gosnel Concert
ricasam mil Baptist
Church Young Adult Choir is
one of six area choirs that will
be presented for the second
annual Interdenominational
Gospel Concert for Missions at
First United Presbyterian
Church, 501 N. Tryon St.
This bicentennial edition of
the concert is scheduled to be
held Sunday, December 26 at 4
pm. Walter Holsey of 2327
English Drive is handling tic
ket sales. Tickets are $1 for
patrons, $5 for sponsors and
$10 up for persons willing to
buy program ads.
Other choirs and their con
ductors are Shiloh Institution
al Baptist Gospel Singers,
Tommie Campbell; First Mt.
Zion Baptist Young Adult
Choir, Mrs. Lonnie Miller;
University Park Baptist
Church Young Adult Choir,
Beverly Ellis and McClintock
United Presbyterian Young
Adult Choir, led by Linda
Hoover and Clyde Potts.
Mrs. Jo Evelyn Liggett di
rects Pleasant Hill. The
Young Adult Choir was orga
nized 16-years ago, according
to information from the
church.
Musicians for the 50
member choir are pianist
Mrs. Margie Patton and or
ganist, Delores Massey.
Over 1,000 copies of the
album, “Prayer and Faith
Work Together,” which was
recorded by the choir, have
been sold. The choir has tra
veled to several nearby cities
and as far as Knoxville, Tenn
essee.
A main activity of the choir
is the observance of its anni
versary on the fourth Sunday
in-June of each year. Other
choirs are invited to partici
pate in this program as well as
an annual concert sponsored
by the choir.
“We Are One” is the theme
of the concert.
Proceeds from tickets and
contributions “will be sent to
missions,” said a statement
from the church. Mission
areas were listed as evange
lism, education, church per
sonnel, justice issues of mino
rities, human needs, minority
institutions and self-develop
•• ment projects.
MATTHEWS UNITED
METHODIST
Two special Christmas pro
grams wll be presented by the
choirs of Matthews United
Methodist Church on Decem
ber 19.
Music for choirs and guitar
will be featured in the sanc
tuary of the church at 11 a.m.
Gregg Hill, a faculty mem
ber at Winthrop College of
Rock Hill, S.C., will play the
guitar. Works include tradi
tional carols as well as several
English carols. A special ar
rangement of Greensleeves
(What Child Is This) will be
featured with a contemporary
American carol on the Eliza
bethan text “What Sweeter
Musik.”
Additional performers in
clude Francie Cauthen at vio
lin, said music directress Ka
ren Hite Jacob.
Rev. J.A. Cuthbertsoo
...Pleasant Hill minister
Rev. George B. Battle Jr.
...Greater Gethsemane pastor
Elder E.C. fa—
...Outreach service leader
a service entitled Festival
Service of Lessons and Carols
will be presented in the sanc
tuary of the church at 7:15
p.m. This service involves the
entire life of Christ as related
through scripture and song.
Soloists for this service in
clude Tyleta Cauthen, sopra
no; Jeffrey Price, tenor;
Francie Cauthen, violin;
Dawn Brendle, flute and Bill
Adams, trumpet.
The Junior Choir, Genesis
Choir and Chancel Choir plus
various readers from the
church congregation will par
ticipate in this special service,
said Ms. Jacob.
PLEASANT HILL
The Young Adult Choir of
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church,
pastored by Rev. J.A. Cuth
bertson, will appear in concert
on Sunday, December 12 at 3
p.m.
Mrs. Georgia Guest will be
presented as the Choir’s spe
cial guest. Mrs. Guest is the
National Baptist Soloist and
the General Baptist State Solo
ist.
Mrs. Joe E. Liggett is the
Choir's director; Mrs. Margie
Patton serves as the Choir’s
pianist; and Miss Delores
Massey is the organist.
The president of the Choir,
Ms. Yvonne Bittle, and the
other members invite each of
you to attend this special
occasion.
CANNON’S CATHEDRAL
Evangelist Sam Todd of Des
Moines, Iowa will conduct an
Outreach For Christ series of
services at Cannon's Cathe
dral Church of God in Christ.
Services will be held at 11
a.m. and 8 p.m., Sunday De
cember 12. The minister will
also speak at noon and 8 p.m.
December 13-18.
Elder E.C. Cannon, pastor
of the church, announced the
appearences.
Rev. Todd has ministered in
“more than 60 countries" and
on five continents, according
to information supplied to the
POST. He is expected to talk
about experiences in Korea,
Chile, and behind the “iron
curtain."
Outreach services were des
cribed as “bible based Christ
centered preaching keyed to
our times."
GETHSEMANE AME ZION
Nathaniel Watts will deliver
his initial sermon Sunday,
DecernDer 12, at 7 p.m., at
Gethsemane AME Zion
Church.
"AH are invited to come out
and hear this young man of
God,” said a church an
nouncement.
It was also announced that
the Good Samaritan Club of
the church will continue to
receive toys and clothing for
needy families. The club will
meet Tuesday, December 14,
before making its annual
Christmas shopping tour on
Monday, December 20.
Rev. George E. Battle Jr. is
pastor of the church, which is
located at Ml Campus St.
NEW EMMANUEL
Johnson C. Smith University
Choir will sing at New Em
manuel Congregational Uni
ted Church of Christ Sunday,
December 12, for the 11 a.m.
worship service.
Dr. Christopher Kemp is
choir director.
Following the sermon by the
Rev. N.C. Calhoun, a fellow
ship dinner will be served at
12:30 p.m.
Young adults of the church
are sponsoring a program at 3
p.m. The program is entitled,
!■ 1 .
mus saith The Lord.”
A Christmas pageant will be
held at 6 p.m., Sunday, De
cember 26.
“This is a very unique pro
gram," said a statement from
the church. “All God-loving
people will desire to witness it.
It is sponsored by Queen Es
telle Thompson, president of
the Pastor’s Aid.”
MAYFIELD MEMORIAL
The Young Adult Choir of
the Mayfield Memorial Bap
tist Church will present their
annual Christmas Musical on
Sunday, December 12, at 6
p.m.
The Young Adult Choir,
numbering ^approximately 45
persons, iSounder the direction
of Miss Barbara Alexander
who also serves as Minister of
Music for the Mayfield
Church.
The theme for the musical is
“The Christmas Message,”
and as has been the case in the
past years, the Mayfield Me
morial Church family expects
to share in an inspiring even
ing of “Music At Its Best.”
The Mayfield Memorial
Baptist Church is located at
700 Sugar Creek Road West,
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Greater Mount
Moriah Primitive Baptist
714 W. Trade Street
376-8806
THOMAS W. SAMUELS. PASTOR
Church School - 9:45 a .m.
Morning Worship- 11:00a.m.
Evening Services - 6:00 p.m.
“To Serve The Present Age"
§C Mark’s United Methodist Church
917 Clanton Road
Charlotte. North Carolina
Telephone 523-7483
REV J FREDERICK EPPS PASTOR
Sunday School-9:30a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00a m
Dance Classes-Every Saturday
10:00«.m.-12noon
Boy Scouts-Monday
Nights-7:00 p.m.
DAY CARE SERVICES AVAILABLE DAILY
Friendship Baptist Church
3301 Beatties Ford Road
392-0391
Coleman W. Kerry, Pastor
Sunday Schedule
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Bible Study
Graded Day Care Center
Mon-Fri 7:00a.m.-0p.m.
(ages4mos.-5yrs.)
Cannon Cathedral Church Of God
InChrht
200 Tuckaseegee Road
334-9879
Dial-A-Prayer-334-9917
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship -11 a.m.
YPWW -6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Sermon - 8 pm.
Weekly Night Services
Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 pm.
Healing & Deliverance Service
Thursday - 12-noon
“Everyone Is Invited To Come
And Be Blessed Of God.”
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Presently holding service at MviMrSiMM*
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Evangelist Letha M. Pratt, Pastor
Church 596-7682 i
' Resident 597-8314
Sunday School: 10:00a.m.
Morning Worship: 11:00a.m.
Bible Study-Tues. 8:00 p.m.
Choir Rehearsal - Wed. 8:00p.m.
Prayer Meeting-Thur. 8:00 pjn.
(Prayer Meeting held every Thursday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Goines Walker - 3427 Crenshaw Ct.)
“Come And Be Saved, Healed And Delivered"
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Giappel Memorial Baptist Church
412 South Hoekin Ave.
394*5615
Rev. Wilson Mitchell, Pastor
Home 392-8808
Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship: 11:00a.m.
Evening Service: 7 p.m.
Wed. Prayer Service: 7:30p.m.
"We enter the Sanctuary to worship
and leave to serve”
St Paul Community Missionary
Baptist Church
REV. ROBERT M. YOUNG,
MINISTER
2200 Julia Avenue
Charlotte, N.C.
334-3186 or 333-4970
SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9:45 a JB.
MORNING WORSHIP-11 a JB
IVENING WORSHIP - 6:30pji .
RA YER MEETING k BIBLE STUDY. 7:86pjn: Thuraday ;
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Greater Mt. Sinai Baptist Church
1234 W. Blvd. Charlotte, N.C.
332-2163 or 372-3420
REV. NORMAN E. KERRY,
PASTOR
Sunday School-9:30a.m.
Morning Worship -11:00a.m.
Mid-Week Service - 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday-7:00 pm.
Youth Meeting
Wednesday - 7:30 p.m.
Teachers Meeting
Nursery Available
During Services
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New Emmanuel Congregational
United Church Of Ch^it
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3540 Beattie* Ford Road
Charlotte, N.C 28216
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Minister-Daily Counselor
9:45 a. m. Sunday School
II 00 a.m. Good Music
11:30a m Gospel Preaching
Prayer Meeting 7:30 Wed
Mrs Queen Estell L
Thompson, Missionary
Leader
Brother Dan Caldwell
Deacon
Day Care Center 6 a m to6
p m. - 5 Days per Week
Phone 399-1249
Mt. Zion Holiness Church
2W0 Tuckaseegee Road
BISHOP W.J. DAVIS PASTOR
, Sunday School -10 a m
Morning Worship- ictsarn.
Young People Willing Workers • p m
' Evening Service -7:30p m.
Monday Bible Sludy • p m
Sister of Charity - Wednesday - Mid Week
Service 7 30p m.
New Hope Apostolic Church Of
Lord Jesus Christ
3000 Menu Ave. -
Charlotte. N.C.
P.O.Box 10403
Bishop W C. Miller
523-7310
Pastor C. Connor
302-0490
Sunday School 11 a m
Morning worship 12:00
Evening service 7:30p.m.
Bible Class Tues. 7:30 p.m.
Tarrying service, Thurs. 7:30p.m.
"You come and let the Lord Bless
you real good.”
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Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church
1901 Hozzells Kerry Rd
3)1-9803 376-6782
Sunday Church School 8:45 am
Classes For All Aaes
Morning Worship 11 a m.
Inspirational Music A Message To Help
Active Boy Scout and Club Troops
Activities For All Agetlroups
DA5 CARE CENTER - Mon Fri 7am to 5 p m
, REV MORGAN W TANN. PASTOR
    

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