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Religion

  • Dove nominees Marksmen to be in Harriman this weekend

    The award-winning Marksmen Quartet will bring its unique style of gospel music to Harriman Baptist Tabernacle at 1420 Old Roane St.

    The group will begin singing at 6 p.m. March 3. A love offering will be received.

    The Marksman Quartet was nominated in 2013 for Society for Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America Contemporary Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year, an award they have received four times in the past.

  • Community Palm Sunday service to be in Kingston

    Harriman Music Club’s annual community Palm Sunday service will be at 2:30 p.m. March 24.

    A different church hosts the program each year.  This year’s service will be in Kingston United Methodist Church at 216 W. Church St., Kingston.

  • Grace Church helps in war against methamphetamine

    Grace Community Church, Kingston, is teaming up with the Roane County Sheriff’s Office to fight the increase of methamphetamine lab activity.

    Pastor Paul Lloyd, center right, represents the church in providing bottles of water to the sheriff’s office.

    The gift is accepted by, from left, Deputy Mark Steinmann, Sheriff Jack Stockton and Deputy John Mayes.

    Grace Community Church is at 438 W. Race St.

  • Church Calendar: Feb. 16-March 1, 2013

    SATURDAY, FEB. 16
    • Kingston First Baptist will have a Saturday women’s conference from 9 a.m. to noon in the sanctuary of the church at 215 N. Kentucky St. Tickets are $5 each; registration begins at 8:30 a.m. in the church atrium. Humorist and author Kay DeKalb Smith will be the speaker. Call the church office at 376-6041 for details.

    • Dogwood Baptist Church, Kingston, will have a singing beginning at 7 p.m. The White Oak Trio and others will be singing. The church is on Dogwood Valley Road.

  • Kingston Clothes Closet ministry goes worldwide

    Kingston United Methodist Church’s Clothes Closet has begun broadening its ministry of providing clothes, household goods and furniture — even bridal gowns and prom dresses — to other parts of the state, nation and around the world.

    The Clothes Closet began more than 20 years ago in one room in the church’s Ministry Center on Church Street.

  • Big Emory Baptist Association making plans for Pigeon Forge youth conference

    Big Emory Baptist Association will continue a tradition of more than 30 years with its Draw the Line youth conference next month in Pigeon Forge.

    Worship, praise, skits, testimonies and black lights are planned for the conference, which will be March 22-23 in the Country Tonite Theatre, the latest venue for the Pigeon Forge event.

  • Church Calendar: Feb. 6-16

    FRIDAY, FEB. 8
    • Bradbury United Methodist Church, Kingston, will have a large two-day rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Breakfast and lunch will be served. The church is at 3506 Buttermilk Road. Call 376-2990 for details.

  • Free tests, information at Feb. 18 health fair

    Luminary United Methodist Church, Ten Mile, will provide access to several medical specialists and health-related service providers during its annual Presidents Day health fair.

    The health fair will be from 8 a.m. to noon Feb. 20. The church is at 3401 River Road.

    The University of Tennessee Breast Health Outreach Program will perform screening mammograms for both uninsured and insured women from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in its digital mammography mobile unit.

  • Bradbury church helps with Habitat need

    A group of 18 students from Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y., stopped in Kingston on their way down to Birmingham, Ala., to spend a week building a Habitat for Humanity home, and they received a bit of Southern hospitality that they weren’t expecting.

    Jackie Keating, team leader and Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity Chapter president, asked if Roane County Habitat for Humanity would be willing to let the students use the organization’s office as an overnight camp during its 18-hour trip to Birmingham.

  • Church Calendar: Feb. 4-8, 2013

    MONDAY, FEB. 4
    • Kingston First Baptist Church’s Young at Heart will meet at 10:30 a.m. in the church’s family life center at 215 N. Kentucky St. Social worker Kathy Parks will present the program on senior life plans. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish or dessert for the meal following the program.

    FRIDAY, FEB. 8