Stylish assembly at Mt. Pilgrim
The public is cordially invited to Mt. Pilgrim P.B. Church, Annual 100 Women in White, 100 Men in Black program. It will start at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20. Elder Matthew Bryant will be the speaker. Elder Aaron Bush, Pastor.
Word Alive Ministries
celebrates Apostle Alexis
The public is invited to celebrate and appreciate our Overseer, Apostle Jean R. Alexis, at 7 p.m. daily Oct. 14 through 18 (Monday through Friday). Be forever changed through the ministry of music and preaching of the word. The dynamic speakers include:
Monday: Pastor Heather Shaw-Armstrong of Holy Community Church
Tuesday: Apostle Donell Butler of Kingdom of New Life Church
Wednesday: Pastor Timothy Jenkins of Reachout Ministry of Hope
Thursday: Minister Artemus Graham of St. Mary C.M.E. Church
Friday: Apostle Vanessa Williams of To Know Him International Ministries
(Subject to Change). For information, contact Pastor Timothy Kelly, 850-508-0972. Word Alive Ministries, 1410 Live Oak St., Quincy. Jean R. Alexis, Overseer - Timothy & Tracy Kelly, Pastors.
Welcome back to St. Hebron
St. Hebron AME Church, 1730 St. Hebron Road, Quincy, will host a Family and Friends Day program at 3 p.m. Oct. 20, where the Rev. Charlie Worthen is the Pastor. The speaker for the occasion is the Rev. Delvin Boatman of Madison. Boatman is the Pastor of Mt. Hope MB Church located in Georgia. Everyone is invited.
Guest speaker coming to Salem AME
Salem AME Church will be celebrating our annual Spiritual Kickoff at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27. The theme for the day is “Worshipping in Spirit and in Truth, Overtaken by Blessings.” The Rev. Cecil B. Williams, of Gregg Chapel AME Church, Ft. Walton Beach, will be the speaker of the hour. The public is invited.
Revival ahead in Greensboro
Pine Bloom Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Reginald R. Edwards, will host its Annual Revival Services on Oct. 29 to 31. The revivalist is the Rev. Dr. Carl Johnson, 93rd Street Community Baptist Church, Miami. The public is invited. The church is at 205 Kemp St., Greensboro. For information, call the Rev. E.O. Gilliam at 850-656-0585 or 850-599-9365.
Fall festival features food, fun
The Community Fall Festival & Food Drive is hosting a fall festival and food drive Nov. 9 at the LDS Church on Pat Thomas Highway right next to the Quincy Post Office. The festival and food drive will benefit the First Presbyterian Church of Quincy’s Food Bank. Donations for the food drive and sponsorships for the event are being accepted (checks, in-kind donations and food donations) with all proceeds going to the local food bank. All sponsors of the event will be recognized in a flyer at the festival and in the Gadsden County Times at the conclusion of the event. The festival will include games and activities for families, a Chill Cook-off and Dessert Bake-Off with prizes for the winners, grilled hotdogs, hot popcorn and hay rides. The public is invited to enjoy the activities and support the good cause. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.facebook.com/CommunityFallFestival. Festival organizers are also looking for volunteers to assist with the festival; those interested are asked to contact Teresa Suber, volunteer coordinator, at 850-875-9747 or email her at email@example.com.
New Bethel welcomes new pastor
The New Bethel AME Church Family welcomes the public to a service at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, to welcome newly appointed pastor, the Rev. Charles Morris, as the 24th pastor of the New Bethel Family and to the Quincy District.
The New Pastor Meet & Greet Potluck Reception will immediately follow the worship service in the multi-purpose center, 23209 Blue Star Highway, Quincy. Please rsvp by visiting: http://newbethelqymeetandgreet.eventbrite.com/, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 850-363-1034.