Skip to content Skip to left sidebar Skip to right sidebar Skip to footer

This week's church announcements

Calvary Baptist Church opens
clothes closet to the public
Calvary Baptist Church now has a clothes closet ministry. It will be open to the public on Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. If you are or know of anyone in need, please come visit us on Tuesday nights in our Life Center. They are located at 1324 Cold Springs Road in Mountain City.

First Freewill Baptist to run church vans
First Freewill Baptist Church is running their church vans on Wednesdays and Sundays. If you would like to attend any services, please contact Vance Henderson at 727-7970. If no answer, please leave a message with name, address and phone number.
Roan Creek Baptist senior conferences
Roan Creek Baptist Church is sponsoring senior conferences, available to all senior adults free of charge on August 30th at Roan Creek Baptist Church on Lumpkin Branch Road in Mountain City. The Young at Heart ministry is sponsoring the event and will have three speakers for three conferences who will present the latest information on the Affordable Care Act. There will be plenty of refreshments and the conferences are held from 8:00-9:00 am, 9:00 am to 10:00 am and 10:00 to 11:00 am. Speakers will be Tracy Pate with Project Access, an organization that provides help with insurance options; Tate Davis, an attorney that will address laws covering seniors and Diane Branch from Mountain City nursing home covering the process of admitting someone to a nursing home and what is covered and what isn’t.

Revival at Vaughts Gap Baptist Church
Vaught’s Gap Baptist Church will be having revival August 25-27 with Reverend Ben Carper beginning at 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Pastor Chuck Morefield.
First Apostolic to hold special services
At First Apostolic Church, we are experiencing a Book of Acts Revival. Are you ready to feel the difference? We have special services scheduled Sunday, August 24th through Wednesday, August 27th with the Bruce Sheppard Evangelistic team. Come, expect to see miracles, signs and wonders and Holy Ghost in-fillings.
If you have a situation that only God can fix, we invite you to come and let Him fix it. We are located at First Apostolic Church at 1231 South Shady Street, next to Stout’s plumbing. Sunday 8/24 at 10:00 am and 6:00 pm, and Monday, August 25 through Wednesday August 27th at 7:00 pm. For more information call Pastor Tracy Newman at 895-9729.

Pine Grove Baptist 177th Homecoming
Pastor Michael Penley and congregation invite all current and former members to join them this Sunday, August 31st at 10:30am in celebration of 177 years in the ministry. There will be special singing and Preacher Rick Thomason, Pastor of Central Baptist Church and former Youth Pastor of Pine Grove, will bring the morning message. A fellowship lunch will follow. The church is located at 936 Big Dry Run Road in Mountain City. 

Song Service at First United Methodist
The “Fifth Sunday Fellowship in Song” service will be held at First United Methodist Church on Sunday, August 31st at 11:00 a.m. The worship service will include congregational singing of familiar hymns and uplifting music by the church choir, Lisa Zeggert, and special guest, Dr. Nancy Schneeloch-Bingham. Dr. Nancy Schneeloch-Bingham teaches flute and directs the flute ensemble at Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music. Her performance experience is diverse—she is a member of ASU’s faculty woodwind quintet, and Harmonia Baroque, an early music ensemble featuring period instruments. Dr. Schneeloch-Bingham has performed with various symphony groups. She is a faculty member and Associate Director for the Hayes School of Music’s study abroad program in Irish traditional music. Everyone is invited to be a part of this musical worship service as we share in melodious praise. First United Methodist Church is located at 128 North Church Street. Reverend Richie Hayes is the pastor. For more information, call 727-7191.

Seminar on Old Mountain Remedies
Has your grandma ever shared an old mountain remedy with you? Did it work? Actually, some of those remedies came out of necessity. We didn’t always have a pharmacy down the street or a doctor nearby. The Seventh-day Adventist Church will be presenting a seminar about mountain remedies on Saturday, September 6, at 2p.m. There may be a day when emergencies occur and you need the knowledge. And what about using natural remedies to treat chronic disease? At 4 p.m., the same day, we will cover that aspect as well.
Our special guest will be Walter Cross, of the Mustard Seed Ministries in Newport, Tennessee. Mr. Cross has been in the health food business for over 20 years. He was formerly the director of a physician-based lifestyle center. He has also been certified in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University. A Tennessee native, Mr. Cross is the host of a radio call-in program and he will answer your health questions when you attend this public seminar at the Seventh-day Adventist Church at
1231 Cold Springs Road. He will also be speaking on health in critical times at our 11 o’clock service earlier, if you would also like to attend. There will be a delicious free vegetarian meal served for lunch. The public is invited to join us.