Church Briefs

Published 1:15 pm Thursday, May 27, 2021

Lynn Valley Baptist
Lynn Valley Baptist Church has a new time and guidelines for its clothes closet. The clothes closet will be open on Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, and will be by appointment only.
To request an appointment call the church office at 543-6171. Face masks will be required and will be provided if needed. Social distancing will also be in place. One bag will be allowed per appointment.
The clothes closet is also accepting donations
For more information call 543-6171.

Roan Street Free Will
Roan Street Free Will Baptist Church will have services inside Sunday at 10 a.m. The message will be presented by the Rev. Jason Blankenship.
Everyone is asked to wear a mask upon entering and exiting the church. Social distancing will be observed inside.
Everyone is welcome.

First Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church continues to have online worship service. This Sunday, the pastor the Rev. Dr. Brian Wyatt will present the sermon “The Problem With Creeds” based on Matt. 28: 16-20 and 2 Cor. 13: 11-13. The sermon can be heard at http://fpce.church/youtube
Youth and Adult Forums, Wednesday Meditation, and Thursdays with Jesus will all meet online this week.

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First Christian
An in-person worship service will be held at 9:45 a.m. Sunday at First Christian Church, Elizabethton, in addition to a live radio service on 90.5 FM in the church parking lot. The worship service will be posted to Facebook at 8 p.m. Sunday.
The message will be presented by Senior Minister Michael Klaus, who will begin a new series titled “Perfected In Weakness.”
Bible school for all ages will follow morning worship.
Weekly Bible studies are held Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Presently, a video series called “Drive Thru Gospels” with Dave Stotts is being presented.
Everyone is invited.

Watauga Valley
The Golden Group from Watauga Valley Freewill Baptist Church will be reinstated on June 4 at 11 a.m. after being idle a year due to the Covid pandemic. 
The group was started in the late 80s by Dremma Taylor Garland and Patsy Lloyd for the older people in the church with only a small number attending. It eventually grew to over 100 with other churches and people from Johnson City and even North Carolina along with local nursing homes residents attending.
There is always a message, singing and a delicious lunch served.
The Rev. Bill Greer, pastor invites everyone to attend.
Watauga Valley is located on Highway 91 just above Unaka High School.