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  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Central Baptist
    “Amazing Wonders Aviation” is the vacation Bible school theme at Central Baptist Church, Kingston. Classes for ages 3 (potty trained) up to teens will be offered July 23-27 and will begin with supper at 5:30 p.m.; worship and activities will follow from 6 to 8:45 in the church at 245 Bailey Road. Call 919-5115 to preregister.

    Rockwood Church of Christ

  • Fifty flags celebrate U.S. pride

    Shiloh Baptist Church, Kingston, displays 50 flags in its Fourth of July display at the church at 4242 Decatur Hwy.

    Flags in honor and memory of veterans and Armed Forces members currently serving were also on display in the special holiday showing of patriotism.

    “Members and friends of the church contributed to make this display possible,” church member Cindy Jones said.

    “We are proud to honor our military and thank God for the women and men who serve for our freedom.”

  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Central Baptist
    “Amazing Wonders Aviation” is the vacation Bible school theme at Central Baptist Church, Kingston. Classes for ages 3 (potty trained) up to teens will be offered July 23-27 and will begin with supper at 5:30 p.m.; worship and activities will follow from 6 to 8:45 in the church at 245 Bailey Road. Call 919-5115 to preregister.

    Laurel Bluff Baptist

  • Help sought for Episcopal camp

    The third annual Jim Muir Kamp 4 Kids for ages 8-12 will be July 16-19 at Grace Point Episcopal Camp, Kingston.

    Kamp 4 Kids is or children who have one or more incarcerated parents. A season of camp in an environment of love, learning and fun broadens their horizons.

    The camp is named in honor of the late Muir, ne of the area’s foremost advocates for ministry to prisoners and their families.

  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Bradbury United Methodist
    “Operation Overboard” is the vacation Bible school theme at Bradbury United Methodist Church, Kingston. Classes are from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8-12 in the church at 3506 Buttermilk Road West; dinner will be served daily. Call the church office at 376-2990 for details.

    Lawnville Road Church of Christ

  • Vacation Bible School 2012

    Bradbury United Methodist
    “Operation Overboard” is the vacation Bible school theme at Bradbury United Methodist Church, Kingston. Classes for all ages are from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8-12 in the church at 3506 Buttermilk Road West, Kingston; dinner will be served daily. Call the church office at 376-2990 for details.

    Lawnville Road

    Church of Christ

  • Church Calendar: June 30-July 1

    SATURDAY, JUNE 30
    • A fundraising concert will be from 4 to 9:30 p.m. in South Harriman Baptist Church at 626 Ruritan Road. Proceeds from the concert will benefit a London mission trip for Three Rivers Community Baptist Church, Kingston. Christian Rock, gospel and contemporary music will be played by Encounter Eternal, Affliction Asylum, Sean Blockley, Rather to be Chosen and Greg Patterson.

  • Howard appointed to St. Andrew’s

    Harry Howard has been appointed by the Episcopal Diocese of East Tennessee to assume the pastoral responsibilities at St. Andrew’s Church, Harriman.

    Serving in various positions for the Diocese since 2005, Howard has taught courses in systematic theology, moral theology and ascetic theology to deacon postulants who were preparing for the priesthood.

    He was also involved in the lay ministry licensure program, teaching Old and New Testament courses to lay persons seeking credentials to serve the Church in various positions.

  • Salem Baptist marking 135 years

    Salem Baptist Church, Ten Mile, will celebrate its 135-year anniversary with special activities June 30 and July 1.

    The church was established in 1877 and has opened its doors for weekly services consistently for these 135 years.

    Pastor Ted Clower said he and the congregation invite former pastors and members to share in the celebration services.

    The Saturday service will begin at 4 p.m.

    Breakin’ Ground, a group of young singers and instrumentalists, will provide music for the service.

  • CCW awards scholarship to Michaela Grubb

    Michaela Grubb, a 2012 Roane County High School graduate, was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Council of Catholic Women at Blessed Sacrament Church, Harriman.

    Grubb, daughter of Blessed Sacrament parishioners Melissa and Ralph Grubb of Kingston, graduated with a 4.093 grade-point average. She plans to major in music therapy at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville.

    Ranked fifth in her graduating class, Grubb was active in church, school and community projects.