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Church News for Thursday, Nov. 8

Published 9:38am Friday, November 9, 2012

Mountain Springs News

Services started this Sunday with Bro. Kenneth Moates leading the church in the following hymns: “There’s Power in the Blood,” “When the Saints Go Marching In,” “This World is Not My Home” and “Anywhere is Home.”

Bro. Roger Cleckler gave a devotion from 1 Samuel 5:1-4. The devil will try to run us over, but we can still stand victorious through Christ.

After Sunday School, Bro. Kenneth led the church in the hymn “I Want to be Ready to Meet Him” and Debbie Barnett sang “The Potter Knows the Clay.”

Bro. Tim Scott and his wife were with us this Sunday. Bro. Tim preached from Ecclesiastes 12:13. Our duty as a child of God is to be a watchful witness to the world, walk in the light and be in a war for God. Are you willing to fight for God and witness to others?

Sunday night was the community Thanksgiving service at Cane Creek. Churches in the community had a wonderful time coming together in Christ and worshipping together. The churches involved were Cane Creek, Mt. Bethel, New Hope and Old Macedonia. Bro. Edward Wilson preached the message from John 1:6-8. We should be a light and a witness in the world today.

Our service times are Sunday at 9:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., and Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Hope to see you there!

West End Baptist Church

West End Baptist Church recently welcomed a new pastor, Bro. Daniel Wilson, along with his wife, Erin, and son, Samuel.

West End Baptist is located at 2005 Second Ave. N. in Clanton.

Sunday School is at 9:15 a.m. and worship at 10:30 a.m.

For more information, call (205) 755-0625 or visit webconline.org.

We hope you will come join us soon.

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