HARRISTOWN NEWS: Call to Pray coming up
I feel it’s important to continue to remind everyone to continue to practice safety protocol during these unprecedented times. Continue to practice social distancing as much as possible, wash your hands often and wear a mask when in public or in gatherings with people outside your household.
St. Luke continues with indoor church services each Sunday. Sunday school is at 9:45 and morning worship is at 11. The 11 o’clock service can also be assessed via Facebook Live on the church page, or by calling the conference line at 1-305-848-8888(333#). All safety protocols are followed for in church service.
Join St. Luke each Wednesday for Bible study at 6 p.m. A variety of facilitators have been sharing, including Elder Vinson, Minister Russell and Minister Gramling. Next month’s facilitator will be Apostle Debra Robinson of Troy.
The next Call to Pray will be Sept. 2, at Shiloh Baptist Church at 7 p.m. The facilitator is Minister Argene Peoples. All are welcome.
The community extends heartfelt condolences to the family of William Bryant.
We extend heartfelt sympathy to the family of Tony Smith.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Kenny Spencer.
Eula Lewis, Marguerite Pankey, Dora Watkins, WaLillian Tyson, Melvin Watkins, Larry Benson, Robert Watkins, Vanessa Chambers.
Michael Conward, Kelan Hamilton, Clara Cole, James Tyson, Sarah Harris, Walter Smith.
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 dropbox.
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