Church calendar February 9 publication

Posted on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 4:35 pm

Friday, Feb. 10

Fork Baptist Church will show the movie Courageous at 7 p.m. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.  The church is located at 14357 Jefferson Hwy, Bumpass.

 

Saturday, Feb. 11

Blue Ridge Shores Baptist Church will present the seminar “True Love Waits” for youth ages 12 through 16 years old, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. This seminar is a Lifeway Presentation on preparing youth for appropriate relationships and will be presented by Dr. Steven M. Whetzel, LCPC of New Beginnings Christian Counseling. Pizza will be served following the seminar. For more information, call (540) 967-3891. The church is located at 1230 Firehouse Dr., Louisa, the back entrance to Blue Ridge Shores Subdivision.

 

Sunday, Feb. 12

Shady Grove Baptist Church will celebrate Black History Month during the month of February with a special service devoted to “Promoting Our Best.” This week, will be a narrated video presentation and medley of five of gospel music’s best writer and singers will be featured. The inspirational choir Presentation will also perform. The church is located at 3384 Oakland Church Rd., Gum Spring.

 

First Bible Way Church, Inc. will hold its First Lady’s Day at 3 p.m. with guest speaker Evangelist Faith Bryant.  Music will be rendered by the Rev. Hayward Jones and the Jones Singers.  The church is located at 785 Goldmine Rd., Louisa.  For more information, call (540) 967-1738 or visit www.firstbibleway.com.

Thessalonia Baptist Church will present the “Lord Lift Us Up Where We Belong” concert featuring the Laborers of Christ at 3 p.m. The church is located at 278 Old Country Rd., Mineral.

 

Church of the Incarnation will hold the Four Chaplains Service at 4 p.m. to remember the four Army chaplains who gave their lives when the troop ship, The Corchester, was torpedoed near Greenland Feb. 3, 1943, by a German submarine in which 672 men lost their lives.  These four chaplains, George Fox, Methodist; Slex Goode, Jewish; John Washiington, Roman Catholic; and Clark Poling, Dutch Reformed; presented a calm assuring presence as they handed out life jackets finally giving up their own to others.  The chaplains were last seen standing on the deck arm in arm praying together, giving their lives for others as The Corchester slipped under the water.  Current and former members of the military are encourages to wear their uniforms.  For more information, call Marian Windel at 223-2769.

 

Saturday, Feb. 18

God’s Restoration Ministries will sponsor a Worship Jubilee featuring recording artist Tracy Joyner, Jazz Ensemble from Gayton Baptist Church, Victorious Praise in Motion Dance Ensemble from St. James Baptist Church and Lift, Center for Worship at Liberty University in concert at the Louisa Arts Center at 7 p.m. Admission is free, however, donations will be accepted as an earthquake fundraiser for Louisa County High School’s career and technical education program. The Louisa Arts Center is located at 212 Fredericksburg Ave., Louisa.  For more information, e-mail GodsRestoration111@hotmail.com, or call (540) 967-2200.

 

Sunday, Feb. 19

Shady Grove Baptist Church will celebrate Black History Month during the month of February with a special service devoted to “Promoting Our Best.” This week, Dr. Jamelle Wilson, the first female black superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools, will be the guest. The church is located at 3384 Oakland Church Rd., Gum Spring.

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