Church briefs Dec. 7, 2012
Church briefs for Friday, Dec. 7, 2012. Editor's note: If you are an area Stephens County church and would like your upcoming activities published in the Friday Religion section of The Duncan Banner, please send them to email@example.com by noon Wednesday for the week of publication. Church briefs will be edited for content and space.
Grinch gets down to business at Immanuel Baptist Church
Amid much laughter and excitement, the IBC staff made quite a production out of their 2012 annual business meeting Sunday.
FUMC hosts Community Thanksgiving service today
The Ministerial Alliance’s annual Community Thanksgiving service will be held at First United Methodist Church and begins at 6 p.m.
Church Briefs offer glimpse of weekend, upcoming activities
Area church briefs for Friday, Nov. 9.
Area church briefs
Church briefs for Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. This is a condensed version of what was published in the Friday edition and reflects activities beginning Sunday, Oct. 28. This also has information on area churches hosting Trunk or Treat events for Wednesday.
Paschal to headline ‘Ladies Night Out’
About five years ago, New Hope Baptist Church West began an event to focus on the fellowship of the women of the church.
Ladies Night Out isn’t only for the women of New Hope, but for women of all churches to come out for a night of entertainment. This year’s event will be at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, at New Hope, at 200 S. 42nd St. (See More)
Area church briefs
Following are the Friday church briefs published in The Banner's print edition, Sept. 21.
Group promotes female fellowship
According to the angel Clarence in the film “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “no man is a failure who has friends.” That sentiment is one that a local group of women take to heart.
Christian Women United held their annual May Friendship Day Friday morning at The Well. This organization said it strives to bring together women of all denominations to become better acquainted with each other and with God.
Explaining the meaning of the season
Celebrating the resurrection of Jesus is practiced among Christians in many ways and begins at various times, depending on the religion. But most agree the Easter holiday is its highlight.
But what if you were the one person in the world who didn’t know the story of Jesus being crucified and rising and then ascending to Heaven?
First Baptist Church to share message of Easter with musical performance Sunday
First Baptist Church of Duncan will host a musical theatrical production at 10:15 a.m. Easter Sunday, based on the death and resurrection of Christ.
“Come Celebrate Jesus!” with Dr. Bryan Pain offering the message in this special Easter service.
Sunday evening services will not be held, so that all may be with family and friends. Church offices will be closed today.
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