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St. Francis Church

Sunday, Nov. 3 was the Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity.  It was also the Sunday after All-Saints Day (Nov. 1) at which time we remember those who have passed on to the spirit life  and the altar and vestment colors were white, ...

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Smallett

Sunday morning service was opened with the church band playing music and leading hymns. Donna Lewis did the special and sang it beautifully. Brother Roberts brought the message from Jonah 4, “Get Up and Go.” Terry and Tracy Sarter were ...

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Sandy Church News

Our devotional reading was from Exodus 4.  Several prayer requests were given.  Among those were Taylor Menzies, Jim Harris’ grandma, Richard Mitchell, Deb Hall, Eldon Hodges, and youth retreat this Friday and Saturday at the campgrounds, and, as always, our ...

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Rome

Hopefully everyone got to see the beautiful trees, before the rain and wind came and spoiled it. Although there are places where the colors are hanging on. We received over two inches of rain and lots of leaves. Last Monday ...

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Red Bud News

A good rainy morning to all our friends, neighbors and readers. We hope everyone had a safe and good weekend. We had a very active night on Thursday as our spooks and goblins kept us very busy for about two ...

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Rainbow Ridge News

Last week I told about how the big snowstorm of October 1913 had impacted my Dad’s family in the death of his mother, Anne Rogers, due to the long exposure out in the cold. The three children went to stay ...

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Olga

Isn’t it surprising how fast time passes?  It is hard to believe that it is November already.   This morning we have a fire in the stove which feels so warm and inviting while the wind blows hard and cold against ...

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Mt. Tabor Church

We began church with devotional, and prayer requests for the sick, those who have had surgery, and those facing some problems down the road.  We especially pray for the lost and those in dire straits with the situation our economy ...

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Little Creek

It’s such a beautiful, frosty Sabbath morning and I am waiting to go to church. I thought that if I started a paragraph I wouldn’t forget to write my news of Little Creek happenings. I got letters, handwritten in cursive, ...

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