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June 5, 2014

Church News for Friday, June 6, 2014

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Bethel AME Church and its Dennis Johnson Women’s Missionary Society invites you to join for its annual program at 3 p.m. Sunday, June 8, 2014. Come and hear our dynamic special guest, Evangelist Jackie Ross-Roy of Bethel AME Church, Dallas. All Missionaries are asked to wear white dress, with royal blue/gold accessories. A love offering will be taken. Evangelist Jackie Ross-Roy preaches the gospel and has a burning desire to see souls saved. She is the founder of F.L.O.W.E.R. Ministry and overseer of the Daughters of Naomi Ministry. She serves in the Rock of Ages Church Ministerial Staff and Praise Team, the Jehovah Jireh Temple of Praise Ministries, is a Twogether in Texas Guidance Marriage Provider, is a member of National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Minnie H. Goodlow Page Section, and Church Women United of Dallas, president and board member. Bethel AMEC wil recognize all its students for another successful school year on this Sunday. Congratulations to them for all promotions, awards and achievements. May God continue to bless each and every one of our students.

Harmony Baptist Church, 400 East 12th Avenue, Corsicana will hold its Vacation Bible School Monday through Friday, June 9 -13, 2014 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. daily.  The theme for this year's bible school will be “Keeping Your Space Clean and Green” from scripture reference Genesis 1:1-28 and is geared toward taking care of the earth that God has created.  Classes will be held for adults, teen boys, teen girls, juniors, primary and preschool. Sis. Shirley Colbert and Sis. Annie Solomon are directresses.  Bishop John Baker is pastor and Minister Vanessa Baker is first lady. For more information or for a ride to VBS, call the church at (903) 874-6108. All are invited. Please come, have fun, and learn God's word.

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