The Stone Quartet, from Crossett, Ark., will be in concert at 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 26, at Beryl Baptist Church located at 873 Main St. in Vilonia.
For more information, call the church office at 501-796-3911.
The True Holiness Saints Center “Back to School College Day 2012” will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday.
College Day 2012 has a three-fold purpose:
1. True Holiness Saints Center, Inc. is committed to helping students build and maintain a strong Christian character throughout the duration of their collegiate experience. We want students to know, connecting with a bible believing church, while absent from home, is an essential part of this process.
2. We also want to provide a positive support system for students to glean from both spiritually and academically. College Day 2012 will be a time to strategically pair new students up with upper classmen to help guide them down the pathway of success.
3. Finally, College Day 2012 is a great way to introduce incoming freshman and their families to the City of Conway. Immediately following service, a luncheon, located in our Family Life Center, will be held for students and their families. During this time students will be given the opportunity to meet and mingle with Pastor E.C. Maltbia, the True Holiness leadership team, Mayor Tab Townsell, the University of Central Arkansas President Tom Courtway, Hendrix President Tim Cloyd, Central Baptist College President Terry Kimbrow, local and statewide elected officials, members of the law enforcement community, judicial system, business community, as well as, radio personalities Broadway Joe of Power 92.3 Jams and Billy St. James of Praise 102.5.
For more information, contact True Holiness Saints Center at 501-327-8770 or www.trueholiness.net.
McGintytown Church of God invites the public to it’s 45th annual homecoming event Sunday.
Sunday School starts at 10 a.m. Worship service begins at 11 a.m. and will include an inspirational song service. After services everyone is invited to the potluck for fellowship and games.
The event has been a tradition in McGintytown since 1967. It was initiated by Alvin Freeman who showed up at the church with a wagon of watermelons, and has continued to since that event. The celebration includes food fellowship, and singing. This year’s event is dedicated to years of service of Tommy and J.W. McGinty, who actively worked to keep the homecoming a tradition.
This event also celebrates a busy summer with its youth through church camp, Bible school, and the youth group’s winning of the National Bible Quiz Championship that was held at West Manchester, Ind.
The church is located on Highway 225 E. Greenbrier. For additional information, contact Pastor Tom New at 501-581-5505. There will be no evening services on Sunday.