Ministerial Alliance meets
The Ministerial Alliance provides an opportunity for the leaders of local churches to meet for prayer, fellowship and planning. All pastors are welcomed. This is a great chance to meet and hear the concerns and needs people face as well as the many ways God blesses them in the community. If anyone has questions, they can call Jackie Spraggins at 903-625-0924. Please forward your e-mail to: email@example.com.
Eagle Scout wants community support
Dustin Simmons, a Jacksonville boyscout is looking to finish his eagle scout project, a prayer garden on the campus of Jacksonville College. The prayer garden is encompassed with personalized bricks which have a etched and sealed area with personalized text. These bricks are to remember or honor a family member, a child, a friend or yourself. Bricks are $35 and can have 45 characters engraved. While the project is underway the bricks are significantly discounted, after the project is completed brick prices may go as high as $100. Donations are accepted. For more information call 903-586-2850.
St. Paul Baptist Church needs musician
St. Paul, located at 558 N. Main in Jacksonville, is looking for a musician to enhance the praise and worshi service. Interested applicants can contact the church at (903) 586-6006 or (903) 586-3245.
River of Life certified to train veterans
River of Life School of Ministry is certified to train veterans. Veterans may recieve their GI benefits for financial aid. We are able to train our soldiers for a whole new and different spiritual battle. Please call 903-683-3132 for more informationof how to use your GI Bill benefits.
Central Baptist offers divorce recovery seminar
DivorceCare divorce recovery seminar and support group: Meets at Central Baptist Church in Jacksonville each Monday at 7 p.m. Child care is provided through 6th grade. The church is located at 1909 East Rusk St. DivorceCare features nationally recognized experts on divorce and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include “Facing My Anger,” “Facing My Loneliness,” “Depression,” “New Relationships,” “Kid Care,” and “Forgiveness.” The companion group, DivorceCare4Kids, for children of divorce ages K-6th grade will also meet at the same time. DC4K helps these children deal with similar issues through an age related curriculum that helps them understand that divorce is a grown-up problem that is never their fault. For more information or to register, call Central Baptist Church at 903-586-2215.