On May 8, 2015, the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta GA held its 2015 Graduation Exercise for candidates in the Certificate in Theology Program. Ten of the 11 eligible candidates from the Faith Missionary Baptist Church site in Savannah, accompanied by families and friends, journeyed to Atlanta for the ceremony. They joined 72 other students from Georgia, North Carolina, … Continue reading “Interdenominational Theological Center Awards Certificates in Theology”
Dr. LeRoy Zimmerman will be the Father’s Day speaker for the Men’s Council Father’s Day Program, Sunday June 21, 2015. Dr. Zimmerman was born in Cameron, S. C. He attended public school and graduated from South Carolina State College in 1966. He received his Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1996, Zimmerman received the … Continue reading “Dr. Leroy Zimmerman Father’s Day Speaker at Butler Memorial”
Ionized alkalized restructured Kangen Water ® can help your brain get rid of toxins while you sleep. Our brains get rid of toxins as we sleep. It’s a wake-up call for an estimated 150 million people who walk around every day dehydrated and don’t get enough sleep. Scientists say sleep is the mechanism through which the body flushes waste from … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”
The Cann/Jackson Park reunion is a gathering of all old and new members of our beloved neighborhood. The goal of our first annual reunion is to reconnect with old friends and family, make new memories, socialize, rekindle friendships and uplift our neighborhood with a positive event and prayer. The Cann/Jackson Park Reunion will be held on June 14, 2016 at … Continue reading “1st Annual Cann/Jackson Park Family and Friends Reunion”
Georgia’s Path- 2College 529 Plan and Live Oak Public Libraries will officially kick-off Every Hero Has a Story Sweepstakes, a statewide initiative is designed to encourage kids to read throughout the summer and remind their parents and grandparents about the importance of saving for college. Four regional winners will each receive $1,529, and one grand prize winner will receive $5,529 … Continue reading “Live Oak Public Libraries and Path2College toKick-Off Summer Reading Program Sweepstakes”
Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI), a nonprofit dedicated to helping people age successfully, is kicking off its annual fan drive, which provides fans at no cost to seniors in the local community who are without effective household cooling. “As temperatures begin to rise, we are especially concerned for those in our community at the highest risk for heat-related illnesses that at … Continue reading “Senior Citizens, Inc. Kicks Off Annual Fan Drive to Protect Area Seniors From the Heat”
Dear Pastor and Saints of God, Our time is running short and we must work the works of our Lord while it is yet still day, for night is coming when no man can work. Please find a place on your yearly schedule to join us in June for four (4) weeks – June 1th through the 30th, in reaching … Continue reading “Insight For Living”
Asbury United Methodist Church, located at Abercorn and Duffy, will celebrate Fathers Day on June 21st, the 3rd Sunday in June. Police Chief Joseph Lumpkin of SCMPD will deliver the morning message at the 11 o’clock service. The Fathers Day program is being sponsored by the United Methodist Men of Asbury. The Men’s Jubilee Choir will provide the music.
Chatham County Laymen will hold their Bi-Monthly Meeting at First African B.C.(on the square) 23 Montgomery St. on Saturday, June 6 – 8:00 AM You are invited to join us as we lift up the name of JESUS through studying the word of GOD , pass out tracts and being a witness for Jesus Christ and in the community. We … Continue reading “Chatham County Laymen Holds Bi-Monthly Meeting”
Pastor Jerome Stokes and the entire Macedonia Baptist Church family invite you to join in celebration of the 76th Senior Choir Anniversary on Sunday, June 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM. The church is located at 1948 Gladstone Ave in Sandfly. Please come your presence will be greatly appreciated with praises and blessings.