A GUTSY Bear for the children


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Photo courtesy of Grace United Methodist Church Grace United Methodist Church shared “Camp Out VBS” June 25-27. The focus of the camp was “Jesus Is The Light.” Karen Hibbard and Margie Ruff directed the camp. Each evening the children enjoyed “Music and More,” “Bible Exploration,” “Wilderness Games,” and “Projects-with-a Purpose.” During the “Projects-With-A-Purpose” the children made approximately 40 GUTSY bears that week. The children made each GUTSY bear unique with eye and hair color just as God made them. They wrote a personal message for another child such as “Jesus loves you” on a paper heart and placed inside the bear in hope that the “Light of Jesus” is shared to that child during a dark time when they might need a hug and to know that they are never alone. GUTSY bear stands for “God’s Uniquely Talented Special You.” The children were so excited at the thought of sharing their bears. Here is one of the GUTSY Bears the children made.


Sunday, Aug. 20

11:30 a.m.: Covenant Baptist Church will be serving lunch.

Sunday, Aug. 20-Wednesday, Aug. 23

10:15 a.m., 2 p.m. & 7:15 p.m.: Woodson Chapel Baptist Church will hold its Annual Homecoming and Revival.

Homecoming will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. while Revival will be held at 7:15 p.m. Monday-Wednesday.

Rev. Tonnie Collins, Pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Union will be the speaker for both the Homecoming and the Revival.

Rev. Robert E. Collins, Pastor.

Sunday, Aug. 20-Thursday, Aug. 24

11:15 a.m., 2 p.m. & 6:45 p.m.: Bethesda Baptist Church, Union, will celebrate its Annual Homecoming and Revival Services.

The celebration will begin Sunday at 11:15 a.m. with Pastor Roderick Oglesby, Sr. delivering the message.

The 2 p.m. message will be delivered by Rev. Dr. Elijah Sutton, Pastor of Thomas Chapel A.M.E. Church, accompanied by his church family.

Nightly services will be held Monday-Thursday Aug. 20-24 at 6:45 p.m. each night. Guest revivalist for the week will be Rev. Curtis Washington, Pastor of Temple of Praise Baptist Church, Chester.

Saturday, Aug. 26

2-7 p.m.: Covenant Baptist Church will hold Vacation Bible School.

Everyone welcome.

Saturday, Aug. 26

4 p.m.: St. Luke AME Church will host an appreciation program for Mrs. Addie Thomas.

St. Luke AME Church is located at 39 St. Luke Road, Carlisle.

Saturday, Aug. 26

7 p.m.: Calvary Free Will Baptist Church, Peach Orchard Road, will hold a Song Service.

Everyone is welcome to worship in song with “King’s Cause.”

Saturday, Aug. 26-Sunday, Aug. 27

9 a.m. & 10 a.m.: The Corinth Baptist Women’s Day Celebration will be held Saturday, Aug. 26 and Sunday, Aug. 27.

The theme for this year is “Bold Women of God in Prayer.”

Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in Prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.

— Mark 11:24

The Saturday, Aug. 26 service will begin at 9 a.m.

Open Forum Topics: Healing of Family, How to be alone without being lonely, Forgiving yourself, and Prayer request.

Forum panel: Minister MeKesha Watson, Catrina Posey of Shady Grove and others.

Morgan Ensemble will also be present.

Lunch will follow the question and answer period.

A donation of $10 is requested.

The Sunday, Aug. 27 service will begin at 10 a.m. during morning worship.

Minster Maureen Barrett of New Hope AME Zion Church will be guest speaker.

Corinth Baptist is located at 302 North Herndon Street, Union.

Mrs. Rubye Calhoun, Mrs. Angela Talley Robinson, Mrs. Roslyn Ferguson, and Mrs. Harriett White are chairpersons.

Rev. J.A. Calhoun, Pastor.

Sunday, Aug. 27

2:30 p.m.: New Chapel AME Church will celebrate Homecoming and Family & Friends Day.

The speaker will be Rev. Adrian R. Kollock Sr. of Greater Goodwill AME Church of Mt. Pleasant.

Saturday, Sept. 9

9 a.m.-3 p.m.: Mt. Rowell Baptist Church will celebrate its 150th Church Anniversary with a Family Fun Day.

Join us as we celebrate and raise funds for our 150th Church Anniversary with exciting activities at 534 Adams Lake Road, Union.

There will be a car wash, games and activities, and great food.

Monday, Sept. 24

6:30 p.m.: Trail Life Troop SC-0332, a Christian Outdoor Scouting Program sponsored by Buffalo Baptist Church, will hold a Join The Trail on Monday in the Social Hall of Buffalo Baptist Church.

This outdoor program is for boys in 5-K through age 18. There are different activities for various age groups.

For further information, call Marvin or Juanita McCullough at 864-427-5739.

Saturday, Sept. 23

1:30 p.m.: Senior Citizens will have their Bingo Gathering at Jeter’s Chapel AME Church.

A snack will be served.

The event is free.

All seniors are invited to attend.

Please come and enjoy yourself.

Photo courtesy of Grace United Methodist Church Grace United Methodist Church shared “Camp Out VBS” June 25-27. The focus of the camp was “Jesus Is The Light.” Karen Hibbard and Margie Ruff directed the camp. Each evening the children enjoyed “Music and More,” “Bible Exploration,” “Wilderness Games,” and “Projects-with-a Purpose.” During the “Projects-With-A-Purpose” the children made approximately 40 GUTSY bears that week. The children made each GUTSY bear unique with eye and hair color just as God made them. They wrote a personal message for another child such as “Jesus loves you” on a paper heart and placed inside the bear in hope that the “Light of Jesus” is shared to that child during a dark time when they might need a hug and to know that they are never alone. GUTSY bear stands for “God’s Uniquely Talented Special You.” The children were so excited at the thought of sharing their bears. Here is one of the GUTSY Bears the children made.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_GUTSY-Bear.jpgPhoto courtesy of Grace United Methodist Church Grace United Methodist Church shared “Camp Out VBS” June 25-27. The focus of the camp was “Jesus Is The Light.” Karen Hibbard and Margie Ruff directed the camp. Each evening the children enjoyed “Music and More,” “Bible Exploration,” “Wilderness Games,” and “Projects-with-a Purpose.” During the “Projects-With-A-Purpose” the children made approximately 40 GUTSY bears that week. The children made each GUTSY bear unique with eye and hair color just as God made them. They wrote a personal message for another child such as “Jesus loves you” on a paper heart and placed inside the bear in hope that the “Light of Jesus” is shared to that child during a dark time when they might need a hug and to know that they are never alone. GUTSY bear stands for “God’s Uniquely Talented Special You.” The children were so excited at the thought of sharing their bears. Here is one of the GUTSY Bears the children made.
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