Published 11:53 am Thursday, February 1, 2024
Roan Street Free Will
Jonathan Sams will preach at both services Sunday at Roan Street Free Will Baptist Church. The morning service will begin at 1 a.m. and the evening service at 6 p.m.
Troy Davis will have the Wednesday, Feb. 7 service, at 7 p.m.
The pastor, the Rev. Donnie Harris, invites everyone to attend.
First Presbyterian Church Elizabethton will have both an online and live worship service Sunday, Feb. 4, at 11 a.m.
The pastor, the Rev. Dr. Brian Wyatt, will present the sermon “Identity and Place” based on the scripture from Ruth 1: 1-18.
The church is located at 119 West F St.
First Christian Church will have worship Sunday at 9:45 a.m. The current sermon series is “The Parables of Jesus.”
Also, the congregation dives deeper in the study and meaning of the parable at the Wednesday service at 6 p.m.
First Christian has a food pantry. Persons needing a food box can call the church office at 542-5651 to make an appointment.
First Christian is located at 513 Hattie Ave.
Michael Klaus is minister.
In celebration of Milligan University’s Hymn Festival this weekend, Milligan’s area of music will be joined by local church choirs and high schoolers for “How Great Thou Art,” a concert celebrating various favorite hymns of the past and present on Saturday, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mary B. Martin Auditorium in Seeger Chapel.
The concert will feature hymns such as “Then Sings My Soul (How Great Thou Art),” “Amazing Grace,” “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “The Old Rugged Cross.” The concert will also feature hymns written by Mary Louise Bringle, as well as one hymn written by Milligan alumna Dr. Barbara Hamm (’67). Hamm’s hymn was written in response to Bringle’s address to the Hymn Society Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas, in 2019.
The concert features performances by the Milligan Orchestra, directed by Dr. Kellie Brown; the Milligan Concert Choir and Heritage, both directed by Dr. Noah DeLong; guest organists Robert J. Greene Jr. from First Presbyterian Church in Bristol, Tenn., and Nick Andrews from St. John’s Episcopal Church in Johnson City; and a festival choir.
The festival choir will be comprised of singers from David Crockett High School, Daniel Boone High School, Mountain View Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church in Bristol, Westminster Presbyterian Church in Johnson City, Grandview Christian Church and First Broad Street United Methodist Church.
The public is invited.