Roan Creek Baptist Church to
sponsor 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 isnt.
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 didnt 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 oclock 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.
Southside Freewill Baptist homecoming
Southside Freewill Baptist Church will hold their homecoming on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Services will begin at 10:00 am. Come join us for a day of worship, praise and special singing. Everyone is welcome.
First Freewill Baptist Church fundraiser
There will be a yard/bake sale on Saturday, September 6th from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm at the youth center across from the First Freewill Baptist Church at 319 Hemlock Street in Mountain City. There will be a variety of miscellaneous items; sausage biscuits, coffee for breakfast, hot dogs, chips, drinks and desserts for lunch will be available. Sponsored by the Joy Club of the church.
Gods Country Church to
hold rummage fundraiser
Gods Country Church, located at 996 Crossroads Drive in Mountain City, will be having a rummage sale on Thursday and Friday, September 4th and 5th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm both days. We will be inside the fellowship hall, so weather is not a problem. Money raised will go to support our mission of bringing the Word of God to everyone in the community. There will be clothing of all sizes, and lots of miscellaneous items.
Saturday Night Singing at Mountain
View Baptist Church in Creston, NC
There will be a Saturday night signing at Mountain View Baptist Church in Creston, North Carolina on September 13th at 7:00 pm. Singing will be: The Good News Trio from Virginia
Pastor Denton Hart and the congregation invites everyone to attend.
Pathfinder Program Open to Public
Young peopleare you looking for adventure? Challenge? Group activities? The Seventh-day Adventist Church at 1231 Cold Springs Road is beginning their second year of PATHFINDERSa Christian scout-like organization. It meets on Wednesday nights at 6:30-8:00 p.m. This program is especially geared to ages 10-15. It helps young people develop community spirit, work together as a team, and grow in the grace and the knowledge of God. The registration is going on during the month of September, so come by and have a look. Octobers program features Native American Lore, with a real tipi and Indian crafts.
Last years program taught young ladies how to sew and decorate cakes. There was also fun learning about ferns, cats, and plaster crafts. Guys might enjoy the camping skills, which show you how to build shelters, start a fire in the woods, and learn how to use a compass. A summer class taught horsemanship and featured a four hour trail ride to the top of Raven Rock overlooking Neva. There is an upcoming campout at Cardens Bluff near Butler, Tennessee
State and area campouts are held annually. This is an international program and a world camporee in OshKosh, Wisconsin brought together about 50,000 kids from all over. A group from Mountain City made the trek and helped operate a pioneer village which featured Daniel Boone in costume, tomahawk throwing, Dutch oven cookery, the gee-haw-whimmy-diddle, cutting logs with a crosscut saw, even playing a saw musically!
So, young people, if you want to learn some interesting skills, crafts, and how to love God all in one, come join the Pathfinders. For more info, call Donna Mnich, at 423-725-2306 or just drop by any Wednesday in September.