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  • RSCC art show now under way

    Roane State Community College is exhibiting its annual Student Art Show in the O’Brien Art Gallery through April 26 on the main campus in Roane County.

    The open reception and awards ceremony will be at noon April 26 in the art gallery. Last year, nearly $3,000 in prizes and scholarships were awarded.

    This annual event is open to all Roane State student artists and is an opportunity for students to hone their skills and gain exhibition experience.

  • Church Calendar: April 14-28

    SATURDAY, APRIL 14
    • Harriman First Presbyterian Church will have a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to noon at the church at 601 Clinton St.

    • Kingston First Baptist Church will have Girls Night Out beginning at 7 in the church at 215 N. Kentucky St. The night of fun, faith and fellowship will include artist and speaker ilonka. Tickets are available at gnolive.com and at the church prior to and on the night of the event. Call 376-6041 for details.

  • SDA marks anniversary of opening its center

    Roane Community Seventh-day Adventist Church had its homecoming on April 7 in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the official opening and dedication of its worship center.

    The center, at 336 Patton Lane adjacent to Roane State Community College, was opened on April 6, 2002.

    Former pastors George Sharpe and Rob Clayton participated in the homecoming service, during which the church gave thanks to the living Christ for all that He has provided for them.

  • Spring bash set Saturday

    Three Nails Artist Management will host a spring bash at Roane County Park Saturday, April 14.

    “This thing has taken off like a rollercoaster,” said Donnie Manis, who is funding the event.

    “Basically this is a kick-off to something that will probably grow.”

    The free spring bash will include food; music from the management’s bands Stutterbox, Common Clay Worship, Affliction Asylum and Encounter Eternal; and preaching from Greg Carlyle of Potter’s House Fellowship.

  • Girls Night Out coming to Kingston

    Kingston First Baptist Church is hosting a community event on April 14 designed specifically for women.

    Girls Night Out — a nation-wide program filled with fun, faith and fellowship — welcomes women from all backgrounds to share in God’s love by engaging them with humor and inspiring them with hope.

    The evening brings women together to celebrate who God created them to be.

  • Crusaders for Christ bearing cross on Saturday

    Christians in Roane County are again picking up the cross this weekend in their third annual Crusaders for Christ trek from Rockwood to Kingston.

    Participants carrying the cross this year will meet at 9 a.m. April 7 at Paradise Baptist Church, Rockwood, and make the 14.1-mile trek to Kingston First Baptist Church at 215 N. Kentucky St.

    “We sent out packets to the faith-based community and asked for their participation,” said Tony Ruff, student pastor at Potter’s House in Kingston.

  • St. Anthony’s marks Anglican church’s first year

    St. Anthony’s Anglican Church, Crab Orchard, celebrated its first anniversary as a mission church on Passion Sunday, March 25th.

    Twenty-four people attended the Holy Eucharist service led by Father Ernie Pinto. A ham dinner, complete with a large decorated cake marking the occasion, followed.

    In addition to the normal set of parishioners, including many from Roane County, St. Anthony’s welcomed visitors from area churches as well as visitors from Holy Cross Anglican Church in Farragut.  

  • Church Calendar

    FRIDAY, APRIL 6

  • Three years for One Faith

    Pastor Shawn Hatfield and his wife, Heather, will help One Faith Community Church, Rockwood, commemorate its third anniversary with a special celebration during the 11 a.m. worship service April 1 in Roane County Skating Center on North Gateway Avenue.

    The celebration will also commemorate Hatfield’s fifth year in the ministry.

  • Palm Sunday program to be at West Hills

    The Harriman Music Club’s annual community Palm Sunday program will be presented at 2:30 p.m. April 1 in West Hills Presbyterian Church at 506 West Hills Drive, Harriman.

    Vocal and instrumental soloists, ensembles and choirs from the community will provide musical selections in remembrance of this day.

    The Harriman Music Club presents the program as its annual gift to the Roane County community.