Published 1:26 pm Thursday, November 2, 2023
New Liberty Free Will Baptist Church will host a month of Most Thankful Monday revival services beginning Monday, Nov 6, at 7 p.m.
The guest speaker for the service is the Rev. Mark Simmons, pastor of Canah Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, Erwin. Special singing will be provided by the New Liberty Revival Choir.
The pastor, the Rev. Wesley Duncan, invites the public to attend and with the congregation “thank God for His blessings and pray for spiritual uplifting.”
New Liberty Free Will is located at 113 Peters Hollow Road near the Stoney Creek Volunteer Fire Dept.
Sam K will be in concert Sunday, Nov. 5, at the 9:45 a.m. worship service at First Christian Church, Elizabethton.
Sam K is a music minister who is devoted to serving God and serving others. Sam Konstantopoulous, or Sam K., went to Milligan University and is an accomplished worship leader, who has led services large and small.
Additionally, he has consistently led services at both state and local youth conventions and has traveled extensively. “His heart is for God, and he wants to share his heart with churches across the country,” a church spokesman said.
A special offering will be received.
Worship will also be held Wednesday at 6 p.m.
First Christian also has a food pantry. Persons needing a food box are asked to call the church office at 542-5651 to make an appointment.
First Christian is located on Hattie Avenue next to the Elizabethton Fire Dept.
Michael Klaus is the pastor.
First Presbyterian Church, 119 West F St., will host a Gratitude Dinner Nov. 18 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. It is a free event, and all are welcome.
Those attending will hear stories, prayers, songs, meditations, mantras, and recitations about gratitude from friends of many faiths and belief traditions, including Hindu, Jewish, Islam, Unitarian Universalist, western Christianity, Catholics, reformational Christianity, Presbyterian, the restored Church of Jesus Christ, and Buddhish.
The menu will include turkey and vegetarian option entrees, rolls, drinks, and cake. Those attending are asked to bring something to share, such as an appetizer, side, salad or dessert.
First Presbyterian is hosting the annual dinner for the NE Tenn. Cooperation Circle of the United Religions Initiative.