A HAVEN FOR THE HUNGRY
In many towns there exist havens for the hungry…shelters providing nourishing meals for those who, for various reasons, are unable to nourish themselves. A house of worship is often the provider of this nourishment; a shelter for hungry spirits, where all are welcomed and encouraged. Life is not always fair; giving help to those in need is more than physically filling; it fills the spirit with hope. God has promised in Matthew 5:6, “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.” As the New Year begins, visit our Father’s sanctuary and experience the sustenance only He can provide.
SATURDAY – MAY 27
COLLEGEDALE COMMUNITY CHURCH (Collegedale TN), 9305 Four Corners Place. “Cast Down” by Pastor Jerry Arnold, at 9 and 11:30am. 423.396.5464.
COLLEGEDALE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH (Collegedale TN), 4829 College Drive East, “Give Well” by Moses Maier and Seth Hill, 9am, 423.236.7100.
EAST RIDGE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH (East Ridge TN 37412), 2105 Dabney Dr., “How to Prosper in the Last Days” by Dr. Ron Clouzet at 11:20 a.m., 423.521.4133
HAMILTON COMMUNITY CHURCH (Chattanooga TN), 7997 Shallowford Rd., “Live Like Jesus” by Pastor Dave Ketelsen. Watch our service online at hamiltonchurch.com/watch. 423-485-1011
SUNDAY – MAY 28
FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Chattanooga), 1505 N. Moore Rd., “You Can Breathe Again” by Dr. Courtney Krueger, ‘in-house’ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/firstcumberlandpresbyterian/, 11am, 423-698-2556.
MIDDLE VALLEY CHURCH OF GOD (Hixson TN), 1703 Thrasher Pike, “Peace: Remembering It From The Past” by Pastor Mitch McClure. 10:30am. Prayer Meeting at 5;30pm. 423.843.1539.
POINT CHURCH ONLINE (Red Bank Family Life Center) (Red Bank TN), 4000 Dayton Blvd., online at https://www.pointchurch.org/. 1pm
RED BANK BAPTIST CHURCH (Red Bank TN), 4000 Dayton Blvd. “Facing Doubts” by Shaq Hardy, at 8:15, 10:45am. In-person and online service at http://www.redbankbaptist.org/ at 6pm. 423.877.4514
THE POINT CHURCH AT SIGNAL (Signal Mountain TN), 939 Ridgeway Ave. “God’s Model for Family Discipleship” by Ryan Jeffcoat, at 9:30am. 423.877.4514.
THESE THREE CHURCH (Rossville GA 30741), 104 Oak Road, “Dealing With Discouragement” by Pastor Dale Guy, 10:30am. In-person and live streamed at https://www.facebook.com/dale.guy3
TUESDAY – MAY 30
COLLEGEDALE COMMUNITY CHURCH (Collegedale TN), 9305 Four Corners Place., Community Bible Study: All are welcome to join us for a weekly Bible Study in the Conference Room, #203 with Pastor Jim. We are studying “Daring to Ask for More” book about prayer. Everyone is welcome! 7pm. 423.396.5464.
WEDNESDAY – MAY 31
EAST RIDGE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH (East Ridge TN), 2105 Dabney Dr., Prayer Meeting at 7pm via Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9826194526?pwd=NW1PMmcyb0ZIZytQQzMvOGMvVzVDUT09.
FIRST CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Chattanooga), 1505 N. Moore Rd., Wednesday night services begin at 6 p.m. March 1 through April 5. We have dinner at 5:15 p.m. Reservations for dinner must be made by Tuesday at noon each week – 423-698-2556. Cost for adults is $7 each, children $3 each with a family maximum of $20.
MIDDLE VALLEY CHURCH OF GOD (Hixson TN), 1703 Thrasher Pike, Alex and Beth Baker will be leading an interactive Bible study on the Holy Spirit at 7pm. 423.843.1539.
RED BANK BAPTIST CHURCH (Red Bank TN), 4000 Dayton Blvd. In-person and online service at http://www.redbankbaptist.org/ at 6pm. 423.877.4514
THE POINT CHURCH AT SIGNAL (Signal Mountain TN), 939 Ridgeway Ave. In-person and online service at http://www.redbankbaptist.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/ThePointChurchatSignal at 6pm. 423.877.4514
THESE THREE CHURCH (Rossville GA 30741), 104 Oak Road, Prayer meeting 6-7pm, 423-762-8874
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From early childhood many of us were taught to give thanks, daily or perhaps several times a day. Did we know why we prayed? Do we know now? Let us take a few moments to think about giving thanks. How can we repay the Lord for all His goodness to us? Our faith is strengthened each time we remember, or bring to mind, how our Heavenly Father loves us and cares for us each day. This positive affirmation can add years to our life and life to our years. This Thanksgiving, as we give our prayer of thanks, may we remember the words of Psalm 118:1 “…Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever.”– Keister-Williams