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February 20, 2018
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CHURCH BRIEFS

This article was published February 12, 2018 at 11:43 a.m.

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TUESDAY - Feb. 13

Magnolia Ministers Network members will meet at noon today at Life Builders Restoration Church, 227 A Street in Magnolia, hosted by Pastor Leroy Martin.

WEDNESDAY - Feb. 14

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, invites you to their Ash Wednesday service at 5:30 p.m. It will include marking participants with the ashes of repentance, and Holy Communion. All are welcome.

THURSDAY - Feb. 15

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, invites you to a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. It will begin today at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

SUNDAY - Feb. 18

St. Phillip A.M.E. Church, 401 North Kelso St. in Magnolia, will celebrate its 150th Church Anniversary at 11 a.m. Rev. Leonardo V. Wilborn from Culver City, Calif., will be the guest speaker. Rev. Kent Broughton, Presiding Elder of Camden/El Dorado District, will be the 3 p.m. guest speaker. Pastor Allison Howell and church family invite everyone on this special day.

St. Mark Baptist Church of Magnolia will hold its annual Sunday School Program at 2:30 p.m. Guests will be Rev. Donald Crawford and Sweet Home Baptist Church of Emerson. Everyone is cordially invited.

THURSDAY - Feb. 22

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, continues a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. The study begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

SUNDAY - Feb. 25

Bethany Missionary Baptist Church of McNeil will hold a Black History Program at 2:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Carolyn Williams, Curator and Director of the Quilted History Museum in El Dorado.

The Bethlehem Baptist Church Youth Department will present the 14th annual African-American History Celebration of Youth: Remembering Our Heritage event at 2:30 p.m. in the Grand Hall of SAU Reynolds Center. Several high school seniors will speak, along with a special young adult speaker. The event is free to the public and co-sponsored by Albemarle Foundation, Columbia County Community Foundation, SAU Office of Multicultural Services and CSNS Fashion. There will be youth musical talent and refreshments. High school seniors wanting to have their pictures on the posters need to submit them as soon as possible. For more information, contact Bethlehem Youth Director Chris Gilliam at 870-299-0999.

THURSDAY - Mar. 1

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, continues a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. The study begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

THURSDAY - Mar. 8

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, continues a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. The study begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

THURSDAY - Mar. 15

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, continues a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. The study begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

THURSDAY - Mar. 22

St. James Episcopal Church, Columbia and Highland in Magnolia, concludes a six-week series studying The Message of the Book of Revelation, led by author Fr. Chuck Chapman, Vicar of St. James. The study begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall. A simple soup supper is included at no charge. Fr. Chapman’s approach is that of modern biblical scholars, looking at the book of Revelation from a first century perspective and asking, “What does it mean for us today?” All are welcome.

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