Centerville United Methodist to host singing club
On Sunday at 1:30 p.m., Centerville United Methodist Church will again be host to the Faulkner County Singing Club.
This Centerville singing often brings friends and families back to the community where they once lived.
Centerville Church is about eight miles northeast of Greenbrier at the intersection of McNew Cemetery Road and Blythe Road. It is one mile west of State Highway 225 and two miles east of Woolly Hollow State Park.
For this singing and homecoming, Shelby Sawrie, president of the club, will be in charge. The public is invited.
Special invitations are extended to singers, to all who have ties in the area and to all who might have an interest in the event.
A ‘cheerful’ thanks
The Cheerful Givers would like to take this time to thank the following individuals, churches and businesses for their gifts and donations to assist in our annual breakfast: Tim and Gina Ester, Greater Pleasant Baptist Church, The Fish House, Conway Office Supply, Stoby’s, KFC in Conway and Maumelle, Michelangelo’s, LaHuerta Mexican Restaurant, Ryan’s Family Restaurant, Bob’s Grill, Mike’s Place, Lula Walker, McDonald’s, Dixie Cafe, Catfish ’n’ More, Market Place Grill, Mr. Brake and Lube, Colton’s, Outback Steakhouse and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thacker.
Because of your support, we can continue the ministry for which we have been called. Thank you again and may God bless each of you.
Zion temple to celebrate anniversary
Zion Temple COGIC will be hosting its pastor’s and wife’s 40th anniversary Oct. 11.
Bishop Frank Anderson Jr. and Lady Joyce Anderson have been with the Zion Temple COGIC family for 40 wonderful years and the congregation wish to invite the community to a great celebration of their faithful years of service at the church and in the community.
Elder Timothy Jones, pastor of Bethlehem Worship Center in Dumas, will be speaking at 3 p.m. during the service. Everyone is cordially invited.
Zion Temple COGIC is located at 1272 Sutton St., Conway.
Bread of Heaven honors pastor, wife
The Bread of Heaven family will be honoring its pastor and wife, Bishop Jerry and Lady Yvonne Bradden, on Sunday at 3 p.m. Bishop Chester Thompson of the Zion Hill Baptist Church in Camden will be the guest speaker.
The church is located at 317 St. Joseph St. in Morrilton. The public is invited.
Eternity House sets fundraiser
Many vendors will be host a fundraising event for Eternity House this weekend at 350 South Harkrider St. behind South Gate Center.
A percentage of the each sale will go to help fund Eternity House 2009.
The sale will be on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Eternity House Production location.
Vendors will include: Arbonne, Avon, Aloette, Pampered Chef, Simply Fun, Bling Rings, Premier Jewelry, Schwan’s, A Mother’s Touch Boutique and Kelly’s Kids. This will be promoted as a Christmas shopping extravanganza.
There will be free ice cream given to the first 50 customers, and there will be discounted coupons for the first 30 customers. This will also serve as a food drop-off location for the Bethlehem House in Conway. All of the donations of canned goods will be given to the Bethlehem house after the performance.
This is the 10th year of production for the organization, with more than 12,000 individuals seeing the event over the last 10 years.
The Eternity House will be held this year the last two weeks of October.
More information about the ministry can be found on the Web at www.eternityhouse.org or by calling 472-0892.
Stanfill Baptist plans homecoming
Come Celebrate “Old Fashion” Homecoming Day on Sunday at Stanfill Baptist Church for singing and worship. Pastor Wade Lentz — preaches at 10 a.m.; guest speaker — Bro. Eddie Harrison of Dollarway preaches at 11 a.m. with special music provided by The Hannah’s and Canaanland Southern Gospel Quartet.
There will be a potluck after the 11 a.m. service.