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Religion

  • Church News 1-13-11


    Christ
    Community
    • The church is looking for ways to evangelize outside of the church. Last week, members walked the streets and prayed over the businesses and apartments, asking God to bless Williamstown and save the lost.
    • Sunday evening, 10-year-old Wesley Cain brought the message. It was awesome. There were so many more than usual for Sunday evening, even Wesley’s school teacher and his family came to support him.

    Corinth
    Christian

  • Welcome to Ratfinks Anonymous

     

  • God allows wandering, but gets us back home

     

    By Nancy Kennedy

  • Church News 1-6-11

     

  • Holiday and history

    Dry Ridge Presbyterian Church is offering a mix of history and holiday cheer Dec. 22 during its Christmas Candlelight Service.
    The church’s historic pipe organ, built more than 130 years ago, will be played during the 7 p.m. service by Edward Walter, music director at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Newport.
    Famed abolitionist Cassius Clay pledged in 1856 to buy a pipe organ for the congregation of Elder William Conrad of Grant County after Conrad helped save Clay from a group of men who intended to harm him.

  • Knoxville Christian presents live nativity

    Dec. 17-17 - Annual live nativity from 6 to 9 p.m. The church is located on Highway 467, a half-mile from the Grant County-Pendleton County line.
     

  • Church Notes

    Camp Northward
    • Of all the things Christmas is, perhaps the best part is a time of reflection. Remember the gift of the Christ Child, but also remember Christmases of your past, family and friends, (some who are gone); reminisce about your children and anticipate your grandchildren. Take time to reflect on the inside too. Do the people you encounter know that the love and joy of Christmas (Christ) lives within you all year long?

    Clark’s Creek Baptist

  • Look closer, it may surprise you to see what God has in store

    By Barry Robinson, Williamstown United Methodist pastor

  • Church News 12-9-10

    Camp
    Northward
    • ‘Joy to the world, the Lord has come . . .’ Joy, found in a relationship with Christ is like no other joy that can be found.    Though many today are not ‘interested’ and consequently have little or no joy in life, God really did intent that joy for the entire world.

    Christ
    Community

  • Crittenden Baptist keeps eye on future, community’s needs

    It’s nearly impossible not to notice the large red brick structure that is being built on the front of Crittenden Baptist Church on U.S. 25.

    The new building, which measures 105 feet by 114 feet, will be used as a multi-purpose area.

    “We want this to be for whatever the community needs for it to be,” said Minister Bill Page. “Whether it be for tutoring or community meeting space.”

    Crittenden Baptist’s congregation, according to Page, had been exploring and praying about an addition for nearly 10 years.