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  • Singing to honor Harvey, help OS Historical Society

    The Oliver Springs Historical Society’s C.S. “Sonny” Harvey Memorial Gospel Singing will feature a number of area singers and groups.

    The singing, a tribute to the longtime Oliver Springs businessman and Historical Society supporter who died in January, will begin at 6 p.m. Aug. 17 in the former Beech Park activity building on Old Butler Road, Oliver Springs, adjacent to the Windmill Inn.

  • Church Calendar: Aug. 9-24

    FRIDAY, AUG. 9
    • Harriman Church of God will present Gospel recording artists The Shireys beginning at 7 p.m. The church is at 3106 Roane State Hwy., Midtown. Call 882-3249 or 882-0407 for more information.

    FRIDAY, AUG. 16

  • Red Cross seeks shelter-team churches

    The American Red Cross Tennessee Mountain Valley welcomes Roane County area churches to partner with them to become shelter teams.

    “The training will aid the Red Cross when shelters need to be opened quickly” said Mary Beth Birge, director of emergency services for the East Tennessee Region.

    The Red Cross recently partnered with six shelter-team churches in Blount County.  

    Red Cross instructors trained 38 people in those churches.  

  • 50 years for St. Mary’s Baptist Gospel Chorus

    St. Mary’s Missionary Baptist Church Gospel Chorus will celebrate its 50th choir anniversary beginning at 6 p.m. Aug. 10.

    Various choirs and soloists will be attending this service to help with the celebration.

    The church is at 1038 Trenton St., Harriman.

  • Homecoming ’13 cancelled

    Old Mount Pisgah Baptist Church, Rockwood, has cancelled its homecoming this year due to work in the church.

    The church is at 701 Smith Mountain Road.

  • New food, clothes outreach started

    Walnut Hill Baptist Church, Harriman, now offers food and clothing assistance.

    Faye Daniels, the community church’s outreach laywoman, decided to organize the activity that will be open for distribution from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Tuesday.

    “This is just something the Lord has laid on my heart for outreach,” she said. “I just wanted to be able to help the community. I know there are so many people out there in need.”

    She added, “If we see a need, we’ll do it another extra day.”

  • Vacation Bible School 2013

    Rockwood Church of Christ
    Vacation Bible school at Rockwood Church of Christ will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. July 29-Aug. 2. “It’s a Blue-Ribbon Life” is the theme; classes will be available for all ages. The church is at 129 S. Chamberlain Ave. Call 354-0855 for details.

  • North Rockwood members back from Haiti

    North Rockwood Baptist Church members, in alphabetical order, D.J. Allen; Joey and Jonathan Andrews; Tony, Sally and Ryan Davis; Stacy and Nick Hutchcraft; Beth Mitchell; Tracy and Courtney Shelton; Whitney Stooksbury; and Diana Whaley recently returned from a mission trip to Haiti.

    The June 1-9 mission was part of The Voice of Children USA and included eight churches from the Knoxville area and six California churches.

    The group, with the assistance of Haitian interpreters, conducted nightly revival services and daily medical clinics.

  • Men’s conference set in Oliver Springs

    Beech Park Baptist Church, Oliver Springs, is planning a two-day men’s conference next month to help participants in their relationships with God, family, friends and others.

    “Strength of a Champion” will start with a 5 p.m. dinner on Aug. 16. A session will follow at 7.

    The conference will continue on Aug. 17 with breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and session at 9.

  • Alcoa minister to lead Sevier gospel meeting

    Alcoa Church of Christ Minister Lee Brown will lead a gospel meeting Aug. 5-7 at Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman.

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

    “The Church That Jesus Built,” based on Matthew 16-18, is the theme.

    Brown is a Monroe, Ala., native and the fourth of five children.

    “Lee is a down-home country boy with a love for the Lord,” said Sevier Drive member Darlene Barksdale Johnson. “That can be seen wherever he goes.”