The Worship, Music and Spiritual Life Ministry of Butler Memorial Presbyterian Church, (USA) invites you to join us for our annual Good Friday Service, March 30, 2018 at 6 pm. Please bring your family and friends. The church is located at 603 West Victory Drive. Admission is free; a silent offering will be taken. The Chancel Choir of Butler and … Continue reading “Butler Memorial Good Friday Service”
Living Hope’s Sister to Sister Women’s Weekend: Thursday, May 3, 2018 through Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Living Hope Community Fellowship (LHCF) located at 5008 Augusta Road, Garden City, GA 31408. Pastor Joyce C. Hall and the Living Hope Family are inviting YOU to join us in a worshipful celebration. Our worship will be enriched by your presence. Everyone is … Continue reading “Sister to Sister Women’s Weekend”
The Youth Resurrection Service will be held on Thursday, March 29 @ 7pm, hosted exclusively by our YOUTH! Resurrection Services are Sunday April 1 at 8am and 11am. Everyone is Invited! Services will be held at Living Hope Community Fellowship (LHCF) located at 5008 Augusta Road, Garden City, GA 31408. Come out and be blessed by the powerful move of … Continue reading “Resurrection Service”
Friday, March 30th, Good Friday Service will be held at Brownsville, starting at 7:30 p.m. Guest speakers will address the Seven Last Sayings Christ spoke on the cross. Minister Thomas Hart is the chairperson for this service.
The Deaconess Ministry of the First District Women’s Auxiliary of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of GA, Inc., Rev. Stanford L. Anderson, I, President, Sis. Emma Jean Conyers, Women’s Auxiliary President, will have a workshop for Deaconess, Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church, 1110 Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. in Savannah. Rev. Quentin Morris is Pastor. … Continue reading “First District Women of GMBC”
Thousands of students, teachers and supporters gathered to participate in the “March For Our Lives” protest held last Saturday. The crowd gathered in Wright Square in downtown Savannah and began the march at 11a.m. to Forsyth Park. Protesters from all ages packed the streets of Savannah to march against gun violence. The march started in Wright Square and ended at … Continue reading “Students “March For Our Lives””