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St. Francis Church

Holy week at St. Francis began on Thursday, April 5 with the Maundy Thursday communion service. The day takes its name from the Latin mandatum or mandate as Jesus mandated the communion service as a sacrament at the Last Supper. ...

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Smallett

Easter Sunday service opened with fellowship time then prayer requests and prayer. The Praise Team did an awesome job of leading us in praise songs. Brother Roberts brought the message from Luke 24: 1-8, “Why Do We Treat Jesus as ...

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Sandy Church

We read our devotional from Psalm 31 on Resurrection Sunday.  Prayer requests were given and Frances Humbyrd led us in this prayer. Happy birthday was sung to Sonya Hodges and Harold Menzies. Happy anniversary was sung to Danny and Connie ...

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Rome

Lots of people are out working in yards and gardens. Grass is a little early this year I think, but the weather is great. Dick stopped to see Helen Dobbins Wednesday, but I think he spent more time with Ronnie. ...

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Rock Chapel Freewill Baptist Church

Easter Breakfast at Sunday School today.  During the morning service, we had beautiful Easter songs led my Mike Housley. The Choir special Led by Tammi Housely was a beautiful Easter Medley of songs.  Special by Lois Carter’s son-in-law Jamie and ...

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Red Bud News

A good rainy morning to all our readers. We hope everyone had a good Easter Sunday. The weather was great for an egg hunt and a cook out. We send get-well wishes to all the sick, the ones in the ...

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Red Bank Church

Greetings from Red Bank. Wasn’t the weather beautiful for this Easter Sunday?  Usually, the weather on that day is wet and somewhat blustery.  There is an old saying that if it rains on Easter Sunday, it will rain on the ...

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Rainbow Ridge

Norma Stillings and several other volunteers for the Long-term Care Ombudsman Agency attended a meeting and had lunch with staff members at the Southwest Center for Independent Living (SCIL) in Springfield, Monday. The two organizations made presentations and asked questions ...

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Quad Cities

4-2-12. Well, a good morning to everyone and a beautiful morning it is. A little breezy, but that’s okay. We had a nice weekend too. Walt mowed the grass again. It sure looks pretty. We will go to the cemetery ...

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Oak Grove Church

Our Ressurection Sunday began with a wonderful Sunday school lesson about the visit of “certain women” to the empty tomb where Jesus was laid. Their discovery and the subsequent events which led to the discovery of the “Risen Lord.” After ...

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