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Religion

  • Two baptized during New Midway fish camp

    New Midway Baptist Church had a community outreach program with its fish camp on Aug. 2 on the Eblen farm on New Midway Road, Kingston.

    The fish camp, in conjunction with Roane County Farm Bureau, was attended by about 400 people.

    The day started at 9 a.m. with registration for a fishing contest sponsored by Anglers for Christ.

    The contest was open to ages 2-18, and club members were available to help the children during the competition.

  • Salvation 2014 to be Aug. 23 at the Princess

    Salvation 2014, a youth conference, will start at 6 p.m. Aug. 23 in the Princess Theatre in downtown Harriman.

    The conference will include area youth, as well as those outside the county.

    Admission is dry or canned goods.

  • Rockwood UMC marks 50 years at site

    Rockwood United Methodist Church is celebrating 50 years of serving the Rockwood community at its present location at North Kingston Avenue and Dunn Street.

    The church service will start at 10:30 a.m., followed by a luncheon.

    Special music and shared memories are planned for 2 p.m. in the church sanctuary.

    The first formal services in the present building were on Aug. 2, 1964, with Pastor John W. Wikle and guest ministers from the Holston Conference participating.

  • Harvey Memorial Singing aiding OS museum, ministry

    A number of area singers will be featured this weekend during the second annual C.S. “Sonny” Harvey Memorial Gospel Singing.

    The event will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 9 in the former Beech Park activity building on Butler Mill Road, Oliver Springs.

  • Quartet to be at Childs Memorial

    Called Out Quartet will sing during the 11 a.m. service at Childs Memorial Baptist Church, Harriman.

    The church is at 402 Childs Road.

    The group includes Scott Russell, Jess Birdwell, Darnell Collier and Von Gaines.

    Called Out Quartet was formed in 2003, with all four members attending the same church in Hendersonville.

    Call 931-250-3567 for more about Called Out Quartet’s Harriman singing.

  • OR minister to conduct Sevier Drive gospel meet

    Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman, will have its gospel meeting Aug. 4-6.

    “What Excuse Do You Have?” based on Luke 14:15-24, will be the theme.

    Services will begin at 7 p.m. daily in the church at 1014 Sevier Drive.

    Bro. Charles Caruthers, minister of Scarboro Church of Christ, Oak Ridge, will conduct the meeting.

    A member of Scarboro Church of Christ for more than 38 years, Caruthers has served as the church’s pulpit minister since May 2010.

  • Courts of Praise giving away backpacks

    Courts of Praise Church, Harriman, will give away backpacks and school supplies on Aug. 3 in the church at 215 Maple St., Harriman.

    A short service will kick off the event at 11 a.m. followed by the giveaway and fun activities for the youngsters.

    Free hot dogs and snacks will be available.

    Two hundred backpacks will be given away.

    Courts of Praise collaborated with Cedar Grove Baptist Church, Kingston, to provide the backpacks.

    A child must be present to receive a backpack.

    Call 335-3077 for details.

  • Inky Johnson, Vols QB headline event

    Orchard View Baptist Church, Oliver Springs, will have a free community outreach and night of encouragement on July 27.

    The event starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Oliver Springs High School football field.

    Guest speaker will be University of Tennessee quarterback Nathan Peterman.

    Inky Johnson, a former UT player whose hopes of having an NFL career were ended with a paralyzing injury while he played for UT, will be the featured speaker.

    Johnson went on to earn his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at UT.

  • Royal Priesthood leads Singing in the City

    The Royal Priesthood of Southeast Tennessee will be the featured group for Victorious’ Singing in the City on July 19 at Rockwood Event Center.

    Dudley Evans of Victorious described The Royal Priesthood as “an old-style Southern gospel music group” whose leader was formerly with the Kingsmen Quartet.

    Refreshments will be served, and a love offering will be taken for the group.

  • Griffin new Luminary UMC pastor

    Luminary United Methodist Church, along Watts Bar Lake a few miles south of Kingston, has welcomed a new pastor.

    The Rev. Chuck Griffin officially became the spiritual leader of the 350-member congregation on July 1. He previously served churches in Lexington, Ky., Jonesborough and Kingsport.