The Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church in Menifee will be celebrating its annual Youth Day Services at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16.
The theme is “Be Ready,” with scripture from Matthew 24:42.
The guest speaker for the event will be the Rev. Gerald Jagers, pastor of the United Missionary Baptist Church in Conway.
Special music will be performed by the United Baptist Church Conway, St. Mark Baptist Church-Menifee, inspirational choirs, along w/the Philadelphia Youth Choir and Sign Ministry in Motion.
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church Pastor Robert Thompson invites the public to attend.
Woodrow Church of Christ will be hosting a Gospel Meeting Sept. 16-19 with speaker Jason Almond.
The church is located at 295 Hwy. 319 E. in Vilonia,
• Sunday, Sept. 16
10 a.m. — Bible Study, “Spiritual Boredom.”
11 a.m. — Worship, “What Will You Do With Jesus?”
Noon — Potluck - Luncheon
1 p.m. — Evening Worship, “More Faithful.”
• Monday, Sept. 17
7 p.m. — “Why Be Baptized?”
• Tuesday, Sept. 18
7 p.m. — “If You Were Lost!”
• Wednesday, Sept. 19
7 p.m. — “If the Rich Man Could Speak.”
Homecoming is set for Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Daugherty Hill Baptist Church. All former members and guests are invited to attend.
A potluck luncheon and fellowship will be held after services, and at 2 p.m. singing.
New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church of Conway, will host their Annual Usher’s Appreciation service at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16. The Rev. William Wesley, associate minister of Greater Galilee in Little Rock, the Rev. Paul Williams, associate minister of Rock of Ages Baptist Church in North Little Rock, and the Rev. Robert Johnson, associate minister of Greater New Freedom Baptist Church in Little Rock, will be their special guests. The theme is “Everybody is somebody and Jesus Christ is Lord,” coming from James 2:1-10. The Rev. William E. Forté Jr. is the host pastor. The public is invited.
A new study called “Nehemiah: A Heart That Can Break,” by Kelly Minter begins at University Church of Christ on Sept. 18.
What breaks your heart? What makes you weep? In the Bible, Nehemiah gives us an example of a broken heart. He learned about the suffering of those in Jerusalem and he wept for days. He had compassion and sacrificed to help those in need. He left the comfort of a Persian palace to go to a destroyed Jerusalem and rebuild it. Right now we live in a world that is lost and hurting, possibly on the verge of self-destruction. Come learn how to reach out and make a difference.
The class meets 9:30-11:30 a.m. every Tuesday starting Sept. 18 through Nov. 13. The format includes independent Bible study, video, discussion groups, and prayer. The class will be facilitated by Tammy Benson. The group will meet at University Church of Christ located at 3155 Dave Ward Dr. Childcare is provided free of charge.
Big things can happen when we come together for God’s glory. This study can change your heart and help you put action into your faith. Be the hands and feet of Jesus.