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    Page 6 . THE CHARI.OTTE POST - Thursday. October 25. 1979
Church News Briefs
Nigerian Rev. Victor Muso Will Be Calvary’s Guest Speaker
By Teresa Burns
Post Staff Writer
Calvary Church will feature
Rev. Victor Muso of Nigeria
as their missionary con
ference guest speaker
Saturday, October 27 at 5. He
will speak at Calvary Church
about his conversion to
Christianity, the impact of
evangelism in Africa and what
the Nigerian Church is doing
in response to Christian
evangelism in Africa.
Rev. Muso is now studying
at Columbia Bible College
Graduate School located in
South Carolina. He is a native
of Nigeria and holds various
positions with evangelist
groups of Africa.
He is the General Secretary
of Evangelism for Churches of
West Africa, the head of the
Department of Church
Growth of the Evangelical
Churches of West Africa,
t Trustee of the Mennonite
Central Committee, and
Honorary Secretary of the
Nigeria Bible Translation
Trust. He is also a graduate
of Nigeria Igbaji Cemenary.
Rev. Muso's wife and four
children joined him in the
United States last year. They
will be present at Calvary
Church also.
Calvary Church is having
their “God Reaching People
Through People” missionary
conference Ocotber 27 through
31- a five day focus on the
worldwide work of the church.
There will be special music
guest artists and the Calvary
choir.
Calvary Church is pastored
by Dr. Ross Stover Rhoads
and is located at Sardis and
Randolph Road.
.. Delightful gospel music will
be heard at the Grier Heights
Cfruled Presbyterian Church
Gospel Choir’s 5th annivers
ary celebration. The pro
grams will be Friday, October
26 at 7:30 P.M. and Sunday,
* October 28, at 2 :30 and 7:00
P.M.
The best of gospel singing
will be heard at these pro
grams. Area church choirs
and groups will also be pre
sent to sing old and new gospel
songs.
Grier Heights’ director-or
ganist is Charles Redfern and
the president of the Gospel
Choir is Tyler Tyson.
The Rev. Morris and con
gregation of Grier Heights
cordially invites you to attend
all their services Grier
Heights is located at 325 Sky
land Avenue. Charlotte .
STONEWALL AME ZION
The melodious voices of the
Hope Choir will be in concert
at North East Stonewall AME
Zion Church October 28 at 6
P.M Stonewall AME will also
have a revival Monday,Octob
er 29 Friday, November 2.
Services for the revival will
begin each night at 7:30 P.M.
The evangelist for the week
will be Rev. Clarence Carr,
minister of the Jackson Me
morial AME Zion Church in
New York
Rev. James McCoy and the
congregation of Stonewall
* MF located at 1729 Griers
Rev. James McCoy
...East Stonewall pastor
Grove: Rd. In Charlotte.
WEEPING WILLOW AME
There will be plenty of good
food at Weeping Willow AME
Zion Church’s Annual Harvest
Bar-B-Que, Friday, October 26
and Saturday, October 27.
The Steward Board is spon
soring this annual feast and
dinners are only $3.00. Sand
wiches will also be available.
Plates may be picked up at the
church or ordered by calling
(704 ) 364-6411 Friday and
Saturday.
The bar-b-que will be con
cluded with the Harvest
Program, Sunday, October
28. Rev. Copeland and the
congregation of Bethel AME
Zion Church will be the special
guest.
Rev. J. Wardell Henderson
invites you to enjoy Weeping
Willow AME Zion Church’s
Annual Harvest Bar-B-Que at
306 Billingsley Rd.
FIRST BAPTIST
U/nm on’o Don • • .111 >k
served at First Baptist
Church, October 28 at 11:00
A.M. Mrs. Vicki Tandy will be
the key-note speaker. She is
the wife of Rev. Tandy, pastor
of Mount Pleasant Baptist
Church in Winston-Salem.
This special program re
cognizing women will be pre
sided over by Mrs. Ona P.
Taylor, Woman of the Year for
1979.
Hie public is invited to this
service which will be con
cluded with a social hour in
the FellowshiD Hall of First
BaptistChurch, 1801 Oaklawn
Avenue in Charlotte.
MORNING STAR BAPTIST
. .The trial sermon of Henry
Sampson will be held 5 p.m.
Sunday, October JB-'at the
Morning Star Baptist Church.
Sampson is a member of
Morning Star and is married
with one son. He was bom in
Hartsville, S.C. and graduated
from West Charlotte F>«h
School.
morning star is located in
Derita and they cordially in
vite you to attend all services.
Their pastor is Rev. A. Lock
hart.
I
Rev. J. Thomas Berry
Shiloh guest speaker
CHINA GROVE
There will be 20 women com
peting for the honored title of
‘‘Mrs. China Grove" Sunday'
October 28 at 6:30. The event’s
purpose is to raise money for
the church’s mortage fund.
China Grove AME Zion
Church will be the site of the
coronation.
This annual event has a
financial goal of $10,000. Last
year the $10,000 goal was
exceeded.
Mrs. Charlotte Ann
Fremman, reigning “Mrs.
China Grove," will crown the
new queen of 1979! Also, other
awards will be presented after
the crowning. A reception will
follow in the China Grove's
fellowship hall.
China Grove AME Zion is
pastored by Rev. Maxie
Houston and is located at 9401
Old Pineville Rd.
SHILOH INSTITUTIONAL
Revival services at Shilch
Institutional Baptist Church
will begin 7:00 each night,
Monday October 29 through
Friday, November 2. Rev. J.
Thomas Berry, pastor of the
Limestone Baptist Church,
Gaffney, S.C. will be the
Evangelist for the week.
Rev. Berry is a graduate of
Morris College, Sumter, S. C.
and attended the Seminary at"
Morris College and the Uni
versity of S.C. at Spartanburg.
He is also a board member of
the State B.T.U. Congress of
S.C., an active member of the
Ministers Conference, the
State Missionary Convention
and the Progressive National
Baptist Congress and
convention.
Shiloh Institutional is lo
cated at 208 South "Bruns-Ave.
Rev. Tommy G. Davis is the
pastor
MOUNT MORIAH
It has been almost 40 years
since the beginning of Mount
Moriah Primitive Baptist
Church’s Gospel Choir. On
Sunday, October 28 at 4:00
p.m. Mount Moriah’s Gospel
Choir will celebrate their an
niversary with beautiful
music in concert.
The choir is 40 members
strong. They will perform 12
songs including “Never
Alone," “Precious Memori
ee."‘He’s That Kind of, v
Friend.'^and many more. _
Special singing guests will
be the Frierson Chanters of
Nazareth Primitive Baptist
Church in Charlotte.
Mount Moriah's Gospel
Choir is under the direction of
Melvin Davis and Mrs. Sandra
Plummer Samuels. Mrs.
Carloyn Ledbetter Davis is the
president.
Elder Thomas W. Samuels
is the pastor and the public is
cordially invited to hear Die
glorious music at Mount
Moriah, 747 West Trade St.
CLEMENT MEMORIAL
..For 30 years the Senior
Choir of Clement Memorial
AME Zion Church has praised
God with songs of joy. On
Sunday, October 28 at 3:00
P.M. they will continue to sing
gospel songs, celebrating 30
vears of unity.
The Children of the Sun
from the University of North
Carolina at Charlotte and the
Ambassador Rush are special
guests. These two groups will
also sing old and new gospel
songs.
clement Memorial AMF jg
located at 2207 New land Rd
SALEM BAPTIST
.. There will be familiar tunes
as well as new songs at Salem
Baptist Church’s Jubilee
Chorus program, Sunday, Oct
ober 28 at 2 :30 and 7:30 P.M.
Rev. Mayhue Bostic and his
cnntTrooofiAn i_u__
you to Salem Baptist Church,
located at 5318 Church Road.
NEW EMMANUAL
A concert will be given by
the Smith Grove Church
Choral Singers at New Em
manuel Congregational Chri
stian Church. Sunday, October
28, at 9 P.M.
The Smith Grove Church
Choral Singers are among
North Carolina's leading Gos
pel and spiritual singers. They
have a reputation of bringing
tears of joy to the eyes of
many.
Dr. N.C. Calhoun and his
congregation cordially invite
the public to this special pro
gram. New Emmanual is lo
cated at 3546 Beatties Ford
Rd. in Charlotte.
Fundraising Disco
The Marnite Shuford Cam
paign Committee will sponsor
a fund raising disco on
Thursday, October 25 from 9
P.M.-1A.M. The disco will be
held at the Chaparel Gub
located at 108 West Boulevard.
Donation is $2.00.
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BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH
2300 Sanders Street
377-6124
10 a.m. - Church Sunday School
11 a.m. - Morning Worship
Rev. J.E. Hinson
“You’re Never a Stranger at Bethany,
_ Just a Friend We want to Meet.’’
ATTEND THE •'
CHURCH OF
YOUR CHOICE
_THIS SUNDAY_
ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH
“The Church where friends meet friends,
and God meets all.”
232 Skyland Avenue
Charlotte, NC
Dr. Preston Pendergrass,
Pastor
Church Phone 332-4951
Res. Phone 364-6154
SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL.9:45 a.fn.
SUNDAY WORSHIP (Nursery Available).10:45
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION SUNDAYS.;....5:30 p.m.
BIBLE STUDY, SUNDAYS.6:30 p.m.
TEACHER-PRAYER MEETING,
WEDNESDAY.(7:0(16:30 p.m.)
MYERS CHAPE EBH CHURCH
600 Jordan Place
376-2275
Rev. S. A. Ervin - Pastor
10 a.m. • Sunday School
11:30 a.m. • Morning Worship
7:30 p.m. - Evening Service
7:30 p.m. - Prayer Service (Each Tuesday
and Friday)
“Everyone is invited to attend our service
where the truth is being preached.”
tHUKtn Or OPEN HOUSE OF
DELIVERANCE THROUGH JESUS CHRIST
333 Dare Drive
10 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m.-Morning Worship
8 p.m.- Bible Study
(Tuesday night)
8 p.m.-Choir Rehearsal
(Wednesday night)
8 p.m.-Prayer Meeting
(Thursday night)
Evangelist Letha M. Pratt,
pastor
598-7692-Church
597-9314, Resident
Evangelist Letha Pratt
“COME AND BE SAVED
GETHSEMANE BAPTIST CHURCH
2670 Dr. Carver Rd.
332-5658
Rev.C.E. Dewberry, Pastor
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship -li a.m.
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Rev. Dewberry
"THE CHURC« THAT PRAYS TOGETHER.
__STAYS TOGETHER’*
Walls Memorial AM.E. Zion Church!
Sunday Church School — 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship — 11:00 a.m.
Day Care Center
Monday-Friday - 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Phone 375-5361
Enter to Worship — Depart to Serve
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GREATER MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH
1243 West Blvd.
332-2163
Rev. Norman E. Kerry,
Pastor
Sun School 9:45
Rev.Norman E. Kerry Worship Service 11:00
Where Christ U preached,
as He is, to men as they are.”
University Park I
Keller Avenue and
Senior Drive
Charlotte, N.C. 28216
“ENTER TO WORSHIP
.Depart to
Dr. James E. Palmer,
Minister
Office phone 392-1681
Residence phone 399-1897
Live Broadcast Each
Sunday Evening
8 p.m., WGIV
Dr. James E. Palmer
‘
“ALL WELCOME TO THE HOUSE OF GOD”
I “Everybody is Somebody
at University Park"
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3301 Beatties Fprd Road
392-0391
Coleman W. Kerry .Pastor
Sunday Schedule
9:45a.m. Sunday School
11:00a.m. morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Bible Study
Graded Day Care Center
Mon.-Fri. 7:00 a.m. -6p.m.
< ages 4 mons -5 yrs )
CANNON CATHEDRAL
200 Tuckaseegse Road
Elder E C. Cannon
Pastor and Founder
Dial-A-Prayer-334-W17
Sunday School-!!: 30 a.m.
Morning Worship-11 a m.
YPWW-6:30
Evangelistic Sermon-8 p.m.
Weekly Night Services
Tuesday A Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Healing A Deliverance Service
Thursday-12 noon
WAME1480
10:30-11 p.m.
Each Sunday Morning-8 a m.
WHVN Radio
Monday-Friday 1:4? pm.
Saturday-4:30 p.m
Elder E.C. Cannon
"Everyone Is Invited To Come
And Be Blessed Of God."
GREATER BETHa AAAE CHURCH
201 Grandin Rd.
376-4345
Rev. Frank M. Reid III
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Sunday Schedule:
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.n. Morning Worship
6:15 p m Evangelistic Service
Rev Frank M Reid III
"GOD OUR FATHER, CHRIST OUR *
REDEEMER, MAN OUR BROTHER”
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