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Corinth Baptist

Corinth Baptist Church of Keller invites you to join them on Sunday, Aug. 19 to help celebrate their historic 125th anniversary and homecoming. Services will begin at 10:30 a.m.

Dr. Steve Sells, Director of Missions for the Savannah Baptist Association, will bring the morning message, with special music provided by the Daybreak Quartet and the Corinth Baptist Adult Choir. After the morning service there will be an old-fashioned "covered-dish" dinner in the Fellowship Hall, with plenty of overflow seating in the newly remodeled, screened and ventilated pavilion.

After lunch, Southern Gospel recording artists, the Daybreak Quartet, will present a concert of Southern Gospel favorites, including songs from their latest album "Wonderful Feeling." They will also take some time to perform requests from the audience in four-part acapella harmony.

During the past century and a quarter, thousands of lives have been touched and hundreds of souls saved through the ministry of this "little country church."

Corinth Baptist Church is located on Highway 144 in Keller, ten miles east of the Kroger Shopping Center at 144 and Hwy. 17.

Beulah Baptist

Beulah Baptist Church will be having a revival Aug. 19-22 each night at 7 p.m. Bro. Steven Adams, of West Millen Baptist Church, will be the guest speaker. Homecoming will be celebrated on August 26, beginning with the 11 a.m. worship service.

Everyone is cordially invited.


Pembroke AOG

Boys and girls, ages 3 years to 5th grade are invited each Sunday, 6-7:30 p.m. for Royal Rangers and Mpact Girls Club. Each group will have a Bible lesson, arts and crafts activity, music, games and refreshments to help you as you work toward various badges of achievement.

Hosted by the Pembroke Assembly of God, 1514 Bacontown Road, Pembroke.

For more information, call 653-2338 and leave a message.


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