Church briefs: June 30-June 5

9:17 am | July 1, 2013

Big Spring Church of Christ
An Independence Day Cookout and Ice Cream Social will be held at Big Spring Church of Christ Wednesday, July 3. Activities will begin at 5 p.m.
The public is invited to celebrate the Fourth of July with friends and neighbors.
Live music will be provided by Tommy Little and Gary Roach.  Other activities will include mule-drawn covered wagon rides and fun activities for children.
The church will serve hamburgers and hotdogs with all the fixings, as well as homemade ice cream.

Range Community Church
Immeasurably More Sunday will be held July 7 at Range Community Church, 175 Hart Road.
The worship service will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a prayer room open before the service.
Special singing will be presented by Sacred Harmony. Following the preaching service, there will be a barbecue luncheon.
Minister Randy Overdorf said, “We are expecting the Lord to answer our prayers to overfill our building for the purpose of showing our visitors, friends and family that Range Community Christian Church is very much alive and wants to reach out to those who are searching for a church home.”
For more information, call 512-2127.

 

East River Park Christian
A free community fireworks show will be held Thursday, July 4, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at East River Park Christian Church, 1207 Broad St.
In addition to the fireworks, there will be a concert by recording artist Haley Morgan Smith, whose radio single “Crazy” is now available on iTunes.
Originally from a small town called Rockmart, Ga., Morgan went from singing at her home church of about 70 to singing at the 14,000-member North Community Church. Morgan said it’s her desire for music and her personal walk to be a living story of what a personal relationship with Jesus Christ can do in a life.
There will also be free food, games and inflatables.
Barry Pettit is minister at East River Park.

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