The Members of New Life-Gods Church will be hosting the “Singspiration” singing on Sun., Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. There will be eight to ten church choirs and music directors to entertain the congregations from the South Morgan area. New Life-Gods Church is located on West Lacon Road and Brother Phil Hardin is their pastor.
Christian love and heartfelt prayers go out this week for Gena Anders Cox, Carson Lovelady, Paula Hardin, Gayle Hargrove Foote, Lorene Bryant, Ida Hughes, Billy Kirby and Bill Wiley.
“The Gals of Grace” met on Thur. night, Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the gym at Fairview-the Grace Place. The Fairview Men met on Thur., Jan. 19 at Summerford’s Barn. Todd Braschler will be at Fairview on Jan. 27 and 28 for a Vision Conference. Everyone is urged to attend.
On Jan. 29 the Roundtop Community Church youth will conduct the regular morning worship service including music and the speaker. The Youth Leaders are Allison and Jack Albert.
Special belated happy birthday wishes go out this week for Aaron Henslee-Jan. 20, Julie Asherbranner-Jan. 12 and Traci Slate-Jan. 23.
Happy birthday wishes go out this week for Carolyn Halford-Jan. 27 and Dana Henslee-Jan. 30. Crock pots of beans, peas and chili were featured food items for the Corinth West Baptist Church Senior Citizen Day on Tue., Jan. 17 at 11 a.m. GayNell Wilhite was in charge of the program and called the four bingo games. 30 people from the area enjoyed attending along with special guest Chuck Logan from Emeus Baptist Church. The Feb. lunch for Senior Citizens will be on the 21 at 11 a.m. Love and Valentine’s will be the theme.
The Members of Mt. Nebo Baptist Church are using the Masterlife Book for their 5 p.m. Sun. night Bible study led by Brother Greg Compton. The Wed. night Bible study at 6:30 p.m. is taught by Brother Greg as well. Pam MacDonald is the music leader and on Wed. nights she is the Children’s director.
Special get well wishes go out this week for Brother Wayne Penn .
Christian love and heartfelt sympathy goes out this week for the family of Sandra Fitzgerald Pickens.
Special days of bright sunshine and happy thoughts of feeling better soon are wished this week for my friend Kay Farrer who is in Rehab at Summerford Nursing Home. I enjoyed visiting with Kay on Mon. night.
The Emmanuel Mennonite School meeting was held on Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. Elias Mast was the speaker for the event. The school is five days a week and on Fri. is closed at noon.
Ellen Ruth Brenneman went to Montezuma, Georgia and her niece Rosemary Brenneman accompanied her on Jan. 10. The Dutch Oven Bakery has been closed in Jan. and reopened Tue., Jan. 17. Ellen Ruth and her sister Lela Brenneman went to Sarasota, Florida for several days. Lowell Brenneman and some of his family went to Montezuma, Georgia to bring Rosemary home.
Christian love and heartfelt sympathy goes out this week for the family of George Miller. George was a resident of Falkville and an attorney in Hartselle and also a farmer who enjoyed the outdoors, cattle and related farm work near Roundtop community. His first law office was on Hwy 31 north near the Azalea Street turn off. Recent years brought George and his daughter Christie to a house on Mynatt Street. George’s wife, Teresa Yates Miller taught science at Danville High School and then went to work on the Space program in Huntsville. George was the Agri-Business teacher at Union Hill School before getting his law degree. They have a interesting love story because George grew up in Pennsylvania and got his masters degree at Penn State University. He was in the army with Danny Orr from the Danville area and came to Alabama with him for a weekend. Friends of Danny “fixed him up’ with Teresa and he kept coming back to see Teresa and friends and ultimately married her. George would tell you what he thought and you could “take it to the Bank.” He had a great sense of humor and enjoyed life. When we think of George for years ahead, we will smile and say “Thanks for the Memories.” On Jan. 15 the Women’s Missionary Union met at Mt. Zion Baptist Church to make plans for their Feb. and annual projects and events. Beverly Murphy is their president. A Brotherhood breakfast for the Men’s club was held on Jan. 15 at 7 a.m. On Feb. 1, there will be a fellowship supper at 6:15 and business meeting at 7p.m.
There was a Baby Shower for John and Jessica Hardin from 2 till 4p.m. on Jan. 14, Sat. in the fellowship hall. The expected baby is a girl.
On Sun., Jan. 15 at Summerford Nursing Home and Rehab Center the Buckner family presented a music program for the residents and staff for activities as well as family and other visitors.