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May field Memorial Church Will
edicate Its All-New Day Care Center
By Gardenia Oalton
Post Staff Writer
On Monday, January 3, 1977
the Mayfield Memorial Bap
tist Church will have a granc
opening of its all-new day car«
center. In observance of this
the church-will host an "Oper
House" to be held on Sunday
January 2, 1977. The public u
cordially invited to visit May
field and look over the entire
property.
Mayfield is an outstanding
edifice with 54 rooms on three
levels. On the ground floor is
housed the administratior
center, the reception area, thi
media center, the worshi|
center, a robe room for th<
church's five choirs, and a
ushers and first aid room Th
worship center contains
pel that seats approximate!;
600 persons
On the lower level is fouu<
the day care center.. fel! >w
ship hall, and kitchen facili
ties Th* day care center αΚ
includes the administration
suite enclosing the Director's
Office and a reception area
The top floor houses the
educational facilities and th.>
nursery used during the wor
ship service. The main build
ing covers more than 25.000
square feet of floor space.
The ground floor of the main
building also includes the of
fice of the Director of Sunday
School and BTU, the Senior
Citizen's classroom, the Sec
retary's office and workroom,
the Pastor's office, a confer
ence room, the men's and
women's lounges, and the Ju
nior and Senior Missionaries
rooms. Mayfield has an A-l
circle of Missionaries.
The worship center includes
along with the Chapel, the
Baptistry and a lovely Nar
thex.
Mayfield also has a bus
ministry with 12 and 15 pas
senger mini buses that will
provide pick-up and delivery
service for the day care center
for those who desire it.
Basic Adult Education
classes for grades 8 and below
and Adult Education Classes
for high school completion are
held on Monday and Tuesday
evenings. These classes are
sponsored by Central Pied
mont Community College who
provide the teachers for the
classes. Sewing classes are
held each Friday evening at
the church also. Consumer
Education and Music Appreci
ation classes are proposed
for the future.
Mayfield also has a Softball
team, "The Mayfield Raid
ers," with a development of a
basketball team in the mak
» ing. The Athletic Director of
the church is Mr. Gresham, a
member of the New York Jets
football team.
nie iiiciiiuers inviie du lu
come out and view their
church. The beautiful edifice
is located at 700 Sugar Creek
Road West and is situated on a
3'ï acre track of land sur
rounded with beautiful pines.
There are three buildings on
the site, the main building, the
Young Adult Missionaries
House, and a Scout Hut. The
construction of a new 1,000
seat sanctuary is scheduled to
begin within the next tewlve
months.
Mayfield Memorial Baptist
Church is Charlotte's fastest
growing church in the com
munity today. With only seven
years of existence, it has
more than 1,100 members
NEW EMMANUEL
The Ambassadors of Tay
lorsville and North Wilkesboro
will be presented in concert at
New Emmanuel Congrega
tional United Church of Christ
at 3 p.m. Sunday, January 9
^Linda^ilJUajj^f^mU^
ι Dr Preston Pendergrass
...Guest speaker
ι Grovu Church Choir will be a
Ica' ired singer for the con
fer' said a statement from
the church.
"This is a rare treat," said
Dr X C. Calhoun, pastor of
the ι hurch. "Music lovers and
tho>e who adore gospel, organ
and spiritual music are invit
ed.
ST PAUL -'p
Church officers will be in·^
stalled at St. Paul Community
Missionary Baptist Church at
6:30 p.m., Sunday, January 2.
Seven church groups will be
served by new officers. They
are the Sunday School, Chan
cel Choir, Gospel Choir, Senior
Choir, Young Adult Choir,
Usher Board and Missionary
Department.
rvcv. η.r. L«e, pastor οι
Silver Mount Baptist Church,
will be the guest speaker.
It was also reported that the
chancel choir of St. Paul held
its annual dinner recently.
Mrs. Annie Β Pettis is presi
dent of the choir and Mrs.
Hellen Kabinson, secretary.
MATTHEWS-MURKLAND
On December 31, beginning
at 11 p.m., the Matthew-Murk
land United Presbyterian
Church will hold a Watch
Night Worship Service.
Various members of the
congregation will lead in Pra
yer and in praising God
through songs.
Matthews-Murkland United
Presbyterian Church is local- j
ed at 6917 Old Providence
Road with Rev. Daniel O.
Hennigan serving as Minister.
The members look forward
to a glorious time in the name
of the Lord.
GREATER GALILEE
Members and friends of the
Greater Galilee Baptist
Church will welcome in the
New Year by worshipping God
and telling of His love through
songs.
The 11 p.m. worship service,
to be held in the church
sanctuary, will feature repre
sentatives of each of the
church's five choirs joining
together in one gigantic cho
rus of singers.
The service, to be held
Dr. His. Diggs
.. Mayfield Memorial pastor
Friday night, December 31,
promises to be a glorious and
soul-stirring event.
Greater Galilee Baptist
Church is located at 501 West
Park Avenue. Rev. W. McKis
sick is the Minister.
MAYFIELD MEMORIAL
Watch Night Service will be
held at the Mayfield Memorial
Baptist Church on Friday
evening, December 31.
Prayer service will begin at
10:30 p.m. with the Hymn
Choir of the church leading the
congregation in the telling of
the Love of God through
songs. Worship service will
begin at 11 p.m.
Dr. H.S. Diggs is the pastor
of the Mayfield Memorial
Baptist Church, located at 700
Sugar Creek Road West.
GREATER GETHSEMANE
The Second Mile Club of the
Greater Gethsemane ΑΜΕ
Zion Church will sponsor a
New Year's Fellowship Din
ner on Sunday, January 9.1977
immediately following the
morning worship service.
The public is cordially invit
ed to come out and join in the
first fellowship of the New
Year. The price of the dinner
is $2.
On Sunday, December 26, a
special "Student Recognition
Sunday" service was observ
ed at the Greater Gethsemane
AME Zion Church.
Participants jn the 11 a.m.
worship service ihctuded : Ms.
Saundra Asbury, Ms. Gail
Dry, Ms Jennifer Mcllwain,
Eddie Byers, Ms. Brends By
ers, Ms. Wanda Davis, and
Elder Lonnie C. Clark.
A statement from the
church said, "We are happy tc
recognize our college student!
who are with us, both those
who are worshippers anc
those assuming leadership ir
the worship service. We Praj
that the Lord's richest bless
ings may be yours and yoi
look forward to the new se
mester.*'
A College List of Honorée
Students for 1976, who are
members of Gethsemane, in
eludes Ms. Saundra Asbury
Central Piedmont; James
Bennett, North Carolina
State; Ms Brenda Byers, Uni
versity of North Carolina at
Greensboro; Eddie Byers,
Johnson C. Smith University;
Ms. Karen Byers, Barber-Sco
tia College; Ms. Cassandra
Cunningham, Spelman Col
lege; and Sidney Cunning
ham, Western Carolina.
The Greater Gethsemane
AME Zion Church is located at
531 Campus Street, with the
Rev. George Ε Battle. Jr.
serving as Minister.
FAITH MEMORIAL
The Faith Memorial Baptist
Church will hold a Watch
Night service on Friday even
ing, December 31, 1976, begin
ning at 10:30 p.m.
The Youth Carrel of the
church will serve as hosts.
Members and friends of the
Faith Memorial Baptist
Church will share in a series of
services to be held each even
ing Monday January 3rd
through Friday January 7th, ,
1977 at the church.
Guest speaker for the week,
"A Week of Decision," will be
Dr. Preston Fendergrass of the
Antioch Baptist Church.
Prayer service will begin
each evening with the Youth
Carrel and the "Y.A.S. in
Action" of the church, serving
as hosts.
The public is encouraged to
during the
share with
rtant event
start the
rann Memorial Baptist
Church is located at 211 Lake
wood Ave. The Rev. W.H.
Caldwell is the Minister.
CANNON S CATHEDRAL
The B.C. Cannon Evangelis
tic Crusade-^ill be held this
weekend Jf^annon's Cathe
See MAYFIELD on page 10
attend the.«ervices
comingyA-eek and
themJm this impoi
and/fellowship to
^féw Year.
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St Mark's United Methodist (IhurrJi
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917 Clanton Road
Charlotte. North Carolina
Telephone 523-7483
J FREDERICK EPFS PASTOR
Sunday School-9 30 a m
Morning Worship 11 ooa m
Dance Classes-Every Saturday
l":00a m 12 nm^
Boy Scouts-Monday
Nights-7 ου ρ m
Dn ' A H h .·>!-: κ y H ES A> AILABLE-bAin
Antioch Baptist Church
"The Church where friends meet friends, and God meets ail
232Skyland Avenue
Charlotte. N.C. 28205
Dr. Preston Pendergrass. Pastor
Church Office Phone 332-4951 ;
Pastor's Res. Phone 364-6154
SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL
SUNDAY WORSHIP (Nursery Available)
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION, SUNDAYS
TEACHER-PRAYER MEETING.
WEDNESDAY.....
9:45 A.M.
10:45 A.M.
5:30 P.M.
ι Τ : 00-8:30 P.M.)
Cannon Cathedral Church Of God
In Christ
too Tuckaseegee Road
334-9879
Elder E.C. Cannon
...Pastor and founder
)ial-A-Prayer-334-9917
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship - 11 a.m.
YPWW- 6:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Sermon - 8 p.m.
Weekly Night Services
Tuesday & Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Healing 4 Deliverance Service
Thursday - 12-noon
• 'Everyone Is Invited To Come .
And Be Blessed Of God." Elder E.C. Cannon
^riurcn οι υ pen Mouse οι Deliverance Through Jesus Christ
Presently holding service at Fairview Homes Center
Earle and Oaklawn Avenue
Evangelist Letha M. Pratt, Pastoi
Church 598-7692
Resident 597-9314
Sunday School : 10:00a.m.
Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m.
Bible Study - Tues. 8:00 p.m.
Choir Rehearsal - Wed. 8:00 p.m
Prayer Meeting - Thur 8:00 p.m
(Prayer Meeting held every Thursday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Goines Walker - 3427 Crenshaw Ct. )
"Come And Be Saved, Healed And Delivered"
"The church in the heart of the community with the
community In its heart "
"Where Christ Is Preached As He Is To Men As They Are
Greater Mt, Sinai Baptist Church
1234 W Blvd. Charlotte, N.C.
332-2163 or 372-3420
REV NORMAN Ε KERRY,
PASTOR
Sunday School · 9:30 a. m.
Morning Worship -11:00a.m.
Mid-Week Service - 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday -7:00ρ m.
Youth Meeting
Wednesday - 7 30 ρ m
Teachers Meeting
Nursery Available
During Services
"The Church With Soul"
M t. Zion Holinew (Ihurch
> 2800Tuckaseegee Road
BISH Ρ W J DAVIS PASTOK
Sunday School Ida m
Morning Worship II 15 am
Young People Willing Workers 6pm
Evening Service 7 30pm
Monday - Bible Study 8pm
Sister of Charity Wednesday - Mid Week
Service 7 :»p m
New Hope Apostolic Church Of
Lord Jeeue Christ
3000 Mel ita Ave
Charlotte. N.C
P.O Bo* 10493
Bishop W C Miller
523-7516
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Pastor C Connor
302-0498
Sunday School 11 a m.
Morning worship 12 00
Evening service 7 30 ρ m
Bible Class Tues 7 30 p m
Tarrying service, Thurs 7:30pm
"You come and let the Lord Bless
you real good."
W alLs Memorial AME Zion (Ihurch
272-2 Bancroft Street
( harlotte Ν C I8H»>
KtvV J Τ WHITK MIMSTKK
KeMdent 523 2888 Chlirc h 375 53b!
Sunday School y 45 a m Classes For All Ages
Morning Worship lia m
Knter To Worship I>epart Tq Serve
Hay t are Center for 4 to 5 years old
Monday thru Kridas 7am til 6 ρ m
Mr VNorth Williams Minister of Music
Mrs Bobbie Parks Assistant Minister of Music
liospel Choir Tuesdas 8pm
V ocal Choir Wednesdas 7 30-p-m
Senior Choir Thursda>. 7 30 pm
J Τ White Singers Thursday 6 ρ m
Greater Mount
Moriah Primitive Baptist
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Friendship Baptist Ouircli
;»:)01 Heat ties Kurd Koaû
39J-O.W1
Coleman W Kerr\ . Pastor
Sunday Schedule
y 45 a m Sunday School
11 00am Morning Worship
6. (Mi μ m Bible Study
Graded Day Care Center
Mon Fri 7 «mi a πι -β ρ m
' ages A mos -5 \ rs
Chappel Memorial Baptist Church
412 South Hoskin Ave
394-5615
Rev Wilson Mitchell. Pastor
Home 392-880K
Sunday School : 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship: 11:00a.m.
Evening Service: "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 m
MORNING WORSHIP -11 a rr
EVENING WORSHIP 6:30 p i
GRAYER MEETING & BIBLE STUDY -7:30pm Thursday
New Emmanuel Gmgregational
United Church Of C.h;riet
Temple of Ihe Holy Ghost"
3540 Heatties Kord Koad
Charlotte. Ν C 28216
KEV DK NC CALHOI'N
Minister Daily Counselor
it 45 a m Sunday School
Il (Mia m Good Music
Il 30a m Gospel Preaching
frayer Meeting 7 30 Wed
Mrs (jueen Kstell L
Thompson. Missionary
Leader
Brother Dan Caldwell
Deacon
Day Caret enter 6 a m to 6
ρ m 5 Days per Week
Phone 31» 1249
Serving ( hrisi and Community Since IHM
( .lin ton ( .ha pel ΑΜΕ Zion (ihun h |
lt#>l Koizells Kerry Kd I
33I98U3 1768782 . |
Sunday (hurch School 8 45a m |
Classes For All Anes 1
Morning Worship il a τ» ·.* I
Inspirational Music A Message To Help 1
Active Boy Stout and Club Troops |
Activities Kor All Age (Vroups 1
DAY CARE CENTER Mon Fri 7 â m to s ρ m 1
REV MORGAN W TANN. PASTOR Κ |
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