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July 11, 2013

Church News for Friday, July 12, 2013

Corsicana — News and announcements submitted by area congregations throughout Navarro County.

New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 201 NE Fourth St., Kerens, invites all to its Annual Revival Sunday, July 14 to Friday, July 19 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Rev. Jodie Holmes of Detroit will be preaching the Echoes of Revelation. Come and let God speak to your heart through his servant. Rev. Samuel Washington, pastor.

God's Holy Temple COGIC located at 301 East Third Ave. Downtown Corsicana in the Home Center will have its Women Of Faith Conference Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 4 p.m. Theme: “From The World To The Church.” Evangelist Dawn Hawkins will come and share the mighty word of Jesus Christ.  She was raised in Kerens, and later moved to Los Angeles, Calif. where she received her Christian Exp. under the pastorate of the late Bishop Robert W. McMurray, then under the leadership of  Bishop Noel Jones of City of Refuge Ministries. Evangelist Hawkins moved back to Kerens in 1998 to care for an ailing relative. She was ordained in 1999 under the pastorate of Apostle Helen F. Richardson of the True Life Evangelistic Association. She is currently a member of the Potter's House in  Dallas under the Pastorate of Bishop T. D. Jakes. She holds a Bachelors Degree of Science in Nursing, and minored in Religion at the University of Southern California. She currently works as a Registered Nurse at Baylor Waxahachie Hospital and always minsters the Good News of Jesus Christ to all she meets. Everyone is welcome. Pastor Eric Grant Sr. and Lady Jackie Grant.

Church in the Park at Fullerton-Garitty Park will celebrate and remember 10 years with an Anniversary Celebration at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 14 (or July 21 in the event of inclement weather). The program will include a time of worship, singing and special music. There will be a recognition time for agencies and individuals who have been blessed by tithes and offerings, as well as a new tree added to the  Prayer Garden in honor of those who have passed on the last 10 years. All are invited, and there will be a lunch provided afterward and the community is invited.

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