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POSTED: August 18, 2007 5:03 a.m.

Bryan Neck

Bryan Neck Missionary Baptist Church invites you to join in paying homage to Pastor Pete Broxton Jr.’s at his 47th Pastoral Anniversary. The celebration is Aug. 13-15 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. The tribute begins Monday night with Pastor Larry L. Broxton and Christ Memorial Baptist Church of Savannah; Tuesday night, Pastor Floyd Hartford and Canaan Missionary Baptist Church of Richmond Hill; Wednesday night, Pastor Alphonso C. Piper Sr. and Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church of Savannah.

On Friday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. there will be a semi-formal appreciation banquet at the Wetland Center Banquet Room at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill. Tickets for the banquet are $20 for adults and $10 for children age 12-and-under. The celebration ends Sunday, Aug. 19 at 3 p.m. with Pastor Nathanial N. Boles and Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Savannah.

For more information, call Sister Dolly Greene at 756-2412 or Sister Cynthia Tyson at 884-4505.

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. Rejoice with church members as they, using historical photos and memorabilia as well as colorful local lore, trace God’s hand through a century and a quarter of service and blessings.

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. This Atlanta-based group can be heard on Christian radio stations nationwide as well as on Gospel Music Television. They have received several awards, including top honors from the National Quartet Convention in 1998.

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." Please join them as they celebrate our Godly heritage and look forward to even greater blessings in the future.

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

 

Cazzie Russell

Cazzie Russell, head men’s basketball coach at Savannah College of Art and Design and a former NBA All-Star, will be the guest speaker at a Back-to-School JAM (Jesus and Me) Session on Sunday, Aug. 12, at 5:30 p.m. The event will be hosted by Coastal Community Christian Church in Richmond Hill for middle- and high-school students.

Named the College Basketball Player of Year in 1966 for his performance as a University of Michigan Wolverine, Russell was ranked No. 21 in Street and Smith magazine’s list of greatest college basketball players. That same year, Russell was the first draft pick for the NBA’s New York Knicks. He helped lead the team to its first World Championship in 1970. He spent 13 years in the NBA playing for the Golden State Warriors, where he was an All-Star selection, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Bulls.

Coastal Community Christian Church’s JAM Session will feature praise and worship led by its own youth praise band, dramatic skits and refreshments. The JAM Session is free and open to all ages. The church is located at 10770 Ford Ave. (Hwy. 144), about one mile east of Hwy. 17. For more information, call the church at 756-3455 or visit www.CCCConline.net.

 

 

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