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New Center Baptist sets revival services

Published 9:33am Thursday, April 3, 2014

“Well-done, good and

faithful servant.” Matthew

25:23

God can use you at any

age if you are willing.

Because of age or health

issues, many these days

have realized that they may

no longer be able to be

active in the life and work

of their church. However,

what many of us don’t

realize is they are still hard

at work for the Lord. They

are our prayer warriors.

Even though they may not

always be able to attend

each service at church,

they are ever so faithful to

pray for their church family

and the needs of the

church. May God continue

to bless our “prayer warriors”

as they serve.

Many in our community

and surrounding areas

have lost loved ones

recently. Christian love

and sympathy is extended

to the families and friends

of Jacob Holladay, Glenn

Free, Bobby King,

Dorothy Hill, Clayton

Clemons, James Peck

Glasscock and Bobby

Smith.

Contact Coach Bob

Bretchel if you are interested

in helping students

plant a small garden on

April 10, 11 and 17 at

Sparkman School, call

256-531-3011.

Happy birthday wishes go

out this week to Chris

Borden and Carl Wells,

both on March 31,

Whitney Carlock, Raegan

Jenkins, Brylee Bishop

and Amanda White, all on

April 1, Holly Ogle and

Sandra Raper, both on

April 2.

A revival meeting will be

held April 13-16 at New

Center Baptist Church.

Bro. Michael Mason will

be the evangelist. The

Sunday morning service

will be at 11 a.m. and

evening services at 6:30

p.m. Make plans now to

attend.

Come celebrate and “Lift

High the Cross” on Fri.,

April 18, at 7 p.m. Serving

as the keynote speaker is

Pastor Shane Lewis of

Somerville Baptist. Pastor

Brian McLaughlin and

Fairview Baptist Church

will present special music.

Pastor Steve Taylor and

Bethel Baptist Church at

1301 Bethel Road NE,

Hartselle, will host this

event.

Join Pastor Shane Lewis

and the congregation of

Somerville Baptist Church

on Sun., April 20, at 10

a.m. and 6 p.m. for the

Easter production, “The

Day He Wore My Crown.”

What a wonderful way to

spend time with your family

as you worship together.

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