HARRISTOWN NEWS: St. Luke stays virtual
Some may say is repetitious, but I want to remind us all that we have to do our part to overcome the pandemic known as Covid-19. Please, continue to wash your hands often. Refrain from large gatherings. Wear face masks when out in public and when unable to stay 6 feet apart. We can do this if we all work together.
St. Luke Church continues to hold church services virtually and via conference call. All are invited to join in on Wednesdays for Bible Study at 6 p.m., and Sunday mornings at 11. The conference number is 305-848-8888, 333#. Sunday mornings are available on Facebook Live or conference call.
The community extends heartfelt sympathy to the Merriman family and the Brown family.
Rosa Pusey, Thomas Christian, Donald Floyd, Mary Williams, Libby Hall, Marguerite Pankey, WaLillian Tyson, Eula Lewis, John Westbrook, Henry Harris.
Thank you to all in and out of the community for your continued encouragement to keep doing this column. Thank you, Mr. Burris and Mrs. Faggart, for your words of encouragement.
Johnnie Harris writes the Harristown News. It is printed every other week. To submit items, call 704-422-3570, mail to P.O. Box 151, Badin, NC 28009, or bring to 40199 Wildcat Trail and place in the dropbox.
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