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Religion

  • Complaining, negativity addressed at annual Ladies Inspiration Day

    “Christian Women Negative Effects of Complaining,” based on Philippians 2:14-16, was the theme of the 36th annual Ladies Inspiration Day hosted by Sevier Drive Church of Christ, Harriman.

    Ira Booker of Bird Street Church of Christ, Shelbyville, was the guest speaker.

    She used several props, including oranges and plants, to demonstrate how one individual could view a situation differently and in a negative way from another.

  • Bishop to speak at Swan Pond church

    United Methodist Church Holston Conference Bishop James Swanson will be the guest speaker on Dec. 4 at Swan Pond United Methodist Church, Harriman.

    The worship service will begin at 10 a.m.

    “Swan Pond Methodist Church is excited about Bishop Swanson’s visit as the church continues its 185th  anniversary celebration this year,” church member Mike Hill said.

  • Kingston’s Jewhurst named St. Anthony’s senior warden

    Bryan Jewhurst of Kingston was elected senior warden for the newly established mission committee at St. Anthony’s Anglican Church, Crab Orchard.

    The election of the church’s governing body was on Nov. 13, shortly after St. Anthony’s was officially received as a mission of the Anglican Province of America.

    Bishop Walter Grundorf presided over the receiving during his recent annual visit to Holy Cross Anglican Church in Farragut, the sponsoring parish. He also received 10 members of St. Anthony’s into the APA.  

  • Operation Christmas Child collections set for Nov. 14-21

    While many Roane County families are busy with holiday activities, a group of area volunteers is focused on filling empty shoe boxes with school supplies, toys, hygiene items and notes of encouragement for needy kids overseas.

    These families are participating in Operation Christmas Child, and volunteers working at Kingston First Baptist Church’s collection site are looking to collect 800 gifts for needy children this Christmas.

  • Cornetts singing at One Faith church

    The Cornetts gospel group will sing at 1 p.m. Nov. 6 in One Faith Community Church, Rockwood.

    Steve Cornett, Brenda Cornett Braswell and Carol Cornett Hill started their music ministry as children in their father’s church in West Grove, Pa.

    After 19 years apart, they are embarking on a reunion tour.

    They will be available for a “meet and greet” session after Sunday’s concert.

    One Faith Community Church is at 4722 Roane State Hwy. Call 230-7936 for details.

  • All Saints' Sunday to be marked

    St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Harriman, will celebrate All Saints’ Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. Nov. 6.

    “St. Paul reminds us that the saints of the church are not only the historic martyrs and great persons in the church, but are also all the faithful people of God’s family through whom the life of Christ has been made known to the world who have preceded us in this life,” said the Rev. Joseph Pinner, St. Andrew’s rector.

  • Time to apply for Extreme Classroom Makeover ’12

    Oak Ridge Associated Universities will award the ORAU Extreme Classroom Makeover to a school teacher whose classroom is within a 50-mile radius of Oak Ridge.

    Now in its fourth year, the award provides $25,000 worth of the latest educational technologies, training and/or support.

    Teachers interested in competing must file their intent to apply no later than Nov. 18.

  • Asian missionary sharing his story at Morrison Hill

    Altaf Naseem, a Christian missionary who works to spread the words and love of Jesus Christ in the predominantly Muslim nation of Pakistan, will share insights into his work during a presentation on Oct. 23 in Morrison Hill Christian Church, Kingston.

    The presentation will begin at 6 p.m. in the church at 106 Morrison Hill Circle.

  • Blessed Sacrament’s fall bazaar this weekend

    Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church parishioners, from left, Joan DeGroff, Mary Jo Hooker and Mariann D’Alessandro are among the Council of Church Women members gearing up for their annual fall bazaar.

    The bazaar will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 22 in the church hall at 535 Margrave Drive, Harriman.

    Attic treasures, holiday crafts, home-baked goods, plants and a silent auction are among the attractions. Lunch will be available.

  • Christmas basket applicants sought at Kingston church

    Kingston United Methodist Church has reserved dates and times within the month to take applications for its 2011 Christmas basket program.

    Applications will be accepted in the church’s ministry center at 212 W. Church St.

    They will be accepted from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 19 and Nov. 1.

    Daytime hours have also been established. Applications may be submitted from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 20, Oct. 25-26 and Nov. 1.