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January 31, 2013

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Corsicana — Pilgrim Rest P.B. Church Brotherhood, 1009 S. Fourth St., will host a Valentine’s Banquet at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9. There will lots of entertainment and dinner. The public is invited. Tickets are $10, and you may obtain one by contacting Deacon Mills at (903) 872-7663, Deacon Sims at (903) 872-0901, Deacon Gooden at (903) 257-6706, or any brother of Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church.

Trinity Baptist Church will celebrate a time of revival and renewal Feb. 3-6. The Sunday morning service will take place at 10:30 a.m. The evening services will be at 6:30 p.m. Brother Herman Cramer from Seguine will be the evangelist and Brother Don Horton from Fairfield will be the music evangelist. Both of these men have been in evangelism many years. They are gifted and anointed in sharing the message of our Lord. Everyone is invited to come and share in this very special time. The church is located at 1200 N. 13th St. (in front of the YMCA). If you have questions, please call Pastor Floyd Petersen at the church (903) 874-6637.

The Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 2105 E. Jones Ave. is celebrating its pastor and wife’s 11th year at the church Sunday, Feb. 10. Theme: A Passionate Shepherd with a clear vision. Habakkuk 2:3. At the 11 a.m. service, Bro. Kevin Cole will have love expressions on the pastor and wife and Rev. Frank Randall of the Greater Golden Gate Baptist Church of Dallas where Fabian Jacko serves as pastor, will bring the message. At 3 p.m. service, Sis. Cathy Cole will be in charge of the program all evening with welcome and occasion. Guest churches will be The Bethlehem Baptist Church, Pastor Dairy Johnson; Mount B. Zion Baptist Church, Pastor Nathan Carter; and Second Mission Baptist Church, Pastor L.L. Polk, Sr. will bring the spoken word. Please come and celebrate with us. Sis. Linda Young, program coordinator.

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