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  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Beech Park Baptist
    Classes for ages 2 through high school will be offered during Beech Park Baptist Church’s vacation Bible school from 6:30 to 9 p.m. June 4-8. “Amazing Wonders Aviation” is the theme; fifth-graders will participate in a program tailored for preteens, while grades 6-12 will go offsite for studies. A fun day from 4 to 6 p.m. June 3 will kick off the week’s events. The church is at 1085 E. Tri County Blvd., Oliver Springs. Call the church at 435-0045 for details or to arrange transportation.

  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Beech Park Baptist
    Classes for ages 2 through high school will be offered during Beech Park Baptist Church’s vacation Bible school from 6:30 to 9 p.m. June 4-8. “Amazing Wonders Aviation” is the theme; fifth-graders will participate in a program tailored for preteens, while grades 6-12 will go offsite for studies. A fun day from 4 to 6 p.m. June 3 will kick off the week’s events. The church is at 1085 E. Tri County Blvd, Oliver Springs. Call the church at 435-0045 for details or to arrange transportation.

  • Peachtree CAST to be in Rockwood

    “Humpty Dumpty is Missing,” a one-act comedy caper blending fairy tales, nursery rhymes and Scriptural truth, will be performed next month in Rockwood First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) at 328 W. Rockwood St.

    The performance, presented by the Christian Acting Singing Troupe of Peachtree Christian Church, Atlanta,  will begin after a 6 p.m. covered-dish meal on June 8.

    “Humpty Dumpty is Missing” is CAST’s summer show.

  • Kingston church to Rock the Summer

    Cross Training at Three Rivers Community Baptist Church, Kingston, will have a Rock the Summer block party and concert this weekend.

    The music starts at 3 p.m. May 26 at the church at 107 Paint Rock Ferry Road.

    Musical acts scheduled to take the stage during the event include Restore the Fallen, Sean Blockley, Bone Prophet, Affliction Asylum, Common Clay Worship and Encounter Eternal.

    Those planning to attend are encouraged to show up early to meet the bands. Lawn chairs are encouraged for an afternoon of Christian rock concerts.

  • Aglow praise event slated Saturday in the Princess

    Harriman Aglow welcomes the public to a gathering of God's people in Harriman’s Princess Theater at 6:30 p.m. May 26.

    Aglow President Pam Tedder calls the occasion “a time of corporate worship — with shofars, Hebrew dancing, and the Courts of Praise worship band.”

    Prayers will be lifted up during the service.

    “Join with us in praying that the Lord's Kingdom will come and His will be done in Roane County and in our nation,” Tedder said. “God answers the prayers of His people.”

  • McKameys Hometown Singing coming up

    The McKameys, a premier East Tennessee family gospel-singing group from Clinton, will host their annual Hometown Singing on June 8-9 in Clinton Second Baptist Church.

    The Inspirations of Bryson City, N.C., will be the special guest at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

    Saturday’s special guest will be the Primitive Quartet of Candler, N.C. at 6 p.m.

    Reserved seating is $15; general admission is $13.

    Call 800-254-3047 or 865-457-3678 for details.

  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Kingston First Baptist
    “Amazing Wonders Aviation” is the theme of Kingston First Baptist Church’s vacation Bible school. Classes for students who have completed kindergarten through sixth grade are from 9 a.m. to noon June 18-22 in the church gymnasium at 215 N. Kentucky St. Register online at www.kingstonfbc.org, or call 376-6041.

    Kingston United Methodist/Bethel Presbyterian

  • Aglow plans event in Princess Theatre

    “The Sound from Heaven” is the theme of a special worship, testimony, activities and ministry planned by Harriman Lighthouse of Aglow International on May 26.

    The event will start at 6:30 p.m. in the Princess Theatre at 421 N. Roane St., Harriman.

    The celebration includes Hebrew dancing and a special presentation by Maxine Raines, founder and director of Lost Sheep Ministry, Knoxville.

  • St. Andrew’s collecting stuffed animals Sunday

    Parishioners and guests at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Harriman, are asked to bring a new stuffed animal — with the tags still attached — to the 10 a.m. service on Mother’s Day, May 13.

    These toys will be brought forward for a blessing and then sent to area law-enforcement agencies to be used as needed.

  • Little Leaf Baptist to mark storied past at Sunday’s 122nd homecoming

    By Julia Hopper Daniel, For Roane Newspapers

    Little Leaf Baptist Church, Oliver Springs, will observe its 122nd church homecoming on May 6.

    Elder Kenneth Lewis, associate minister of Little Leaf, will be the morning speaker. The afternoon speaker will be the Rev. William Caldwell from Mount Sinai Baptist Church of Clinton.

    Little Leaf is at 228 E. Tri County Blvd.

    The history of Little Leaf Baptist Church has been compiled from living memories and faded records of days gone by.