Tri-County Ministerial Association’s Good Friday worship was at St. Mary’s Baptist Church, where the Rev. Jesse L. Williams is pastor.
Tri-County president is the Rev. Willie Gallaher.
This service was at 6:30 a.m. Speaker for the Last Sayings of Jesus on the Cross were the Rev. James Guthrie, the Rev. Paul Taylor, the Rev. Willie Gallaher, the Rev. Jesse Williams, Elder Leander Blackmore, Elder James Knaff and the Rev. Alvin Douglass. Reader for the Word was the Rev. Brady Springs.
The Tennessee Valley Mustang Club will be at Jerry Duncan Ford Lincoln Mercury, Harriman, on May 3 for a Mustang & Ford Powered Show and Shine to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mustang.
Mustangs and Fords spanning many years of production will be on site from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mustang 50th anniversary memorabilia will be given to all participants. Spectators and participants can expect to see Mustang models from 1964 ½ through 2014 and other Ford-powered vehicles from Model T’s through relatively new Taurus SHOs and Mercury Marauders.
The lily is to the Easter season what the poinsettia is to Christmas.
What a beautiful symbol it is!
According to ancient Semitic folklore, the lily sprang from the tears of Eve when she was banished form the Garden of Eden. Later Christian lore says the lily was yellow until the day the Virgin Mary stooped to pick it.
Christian symbolism has the lily representing purity, chastity and innocence. Above all, it is the symbol of Christ’s Resurrection after the tragic day of His crucifixion and His death.