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  • Caney Ford Baptist marks special anniversaries

    Caney Ford Baptist Church, Midtown, is celebrating its 143rd homecoming anniversary and the 60th anniversary of its current building.

    Former members and friends are welcome to the celebration service at 11 a.m. Sept. 14. Former pastor Rev. Mark McCoig will be speaking.

    McCoig is among 28 pastors who have served the church. The Rev. Taylor Phelps is current pastor.

    Caney Ford Baptist Church was organized in April 1870. Laymen of the church preached until a pastor was called in March 1871.

  • Capps retiring from Rockwood church

    Rockwood Baptist Tabernacle Church will have a farewell potluck dinner at noon Sept. 7 for Preacher Lewis Capps, seen here on his 40th ministerial anniversary with his wife Wanda, and Roane County Road Superintendent Dennis Ferguson.

    Capps is retiring after 41 years with the church at 427 Tedder St.

  • Luminary starts new Bible ministry

    Luminary United Methodist Church, Ten Mile, will begin a new ministry built around food and a love for the stories of the Bible.

    The church’s new regular Wednesday program starts on Sept. 10.

    It has two goals, Pastor Chuck Griffin said. First: to ensure anyone needing a good meal can have one, regardless of ability to pay. And afterward: to provide a basic understanding of what the Bible says about God’s work in the world.

    “We want to provide nourishment for both the body and the soul,” he added.

  • Dyllis Baptist homecoming marks 132nd year

    Homecoming at Dyllis Baptist Church, Harriman, on Sept. 14 will celebrate the church’s 132nd year.

    Pastor James Griffin will bring the message at 11 a.m., with Sunday school starting at 10.

    A potluck luncheon will begin at noon in the church’s fellowship hall.

    Longtime church member Bonita Irwin recalls that the church was known as Prospect Baptist Church until the membership voted to change the name on Jan. 27, 1954.

    The church was established on Nov. 17, 1882.

  • Sevier Drive to have Sept. 7 homecoming

    Elder John Tucker of Avondale Church of Christ, Chattanooga, will deliver the homecoming message at Sevier

    Drive Church of Christ, Harriman.

    The service begins at 3 p.m. Sept. 7 in the church at 1014 Sevier Drive.

    “Are You Watchful?” from Mark 13:33-37 is this year’s theme.

    Dinner will be served after the evening worship service.

    Tucker was born and raised in Chattanooga.

  • ‘Cruisin’ With Jesus’ car show set

    New Midway Baptist Church will have a “Cruisin’ With Jesus” car show this weekend.

    The show will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 30 at the church at 240 New Midway Road, Kingston.

    There is no entry fee.

    Trophies will be awarded in all classes to owners of cars, trucks, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles and tractors.

    Lunch will be available.

    Contact Steve Garrett at 387-4223 or Rod Garrett at 566-4320 for details.

  • Church Calendar: Aug. 29-Sept. 14

    FRIDAY, AUG. 29
    • Kingston Church of Christ has its Sewing 4 Souls from 9 to 11:30 a.m. each Friday. Members make clothes for needy children around the world. The church is at 303 N. Kentucky St.; rear parking is available off Loveliss Street. Call Evelyn Landis at 423-334-1490 or 423-507-4683 for details.

    • Luminary United Methodist Church, Ten Mile will have a two-day indoor yard sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the church at 3401 River Road. Proceeds from the sale go toward a free community health fair.

  • Two baptized during New Midway fish camp

    New Midway Baptist Church had a community outreach program with its fish camp on Aug. 2 on the Eblen farm on New Midway Road, Kingston.

    The fish camp, in conjunction with Roane County Farm Bureau, was attended by about 400 people.

    The day started at 9 a.m. with registration for a fishing contest sponsored by Anglers for Christ.

    The contest was open to ages 2-18, and club members were available to help the children during the competition.

  • Salvation 2014 to be Aug. 23 at the Princess

    Salvation 2014, a youth conference, will start at 6 p.m. Aug. 23 in the Princess Theatre in downtown Harriman.

    The conference will include area youth, as well as those outside the county.

    Admission is dry or canned goods.

  • Quartet to be at Childs Memorial

    Called Out Quartet will sing during the 11 a.m. service at Childs Memorial Baptist Church, Harriman.

    The church is at 402 Childs Road.

    The group includes Scott Russell, Jess Birdwell, Darnell Collier and Von Gaines.

    Called Out Quartet was formed in 2003, with all four members attending the same church in Hendersonville.

    Call 931-250-3567 for more about Called Out Quartet’s Harriman singing.