Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise—the fruit of lips that openly profess his name.
Hebrews 13:15 New International Version (NIV)
We thank God for all of His many, many blessings!
Congratulations Natasha & Jalissa!
Congratulations Jalissa and Natasha on a successful dance recital! Jalissa was also crowned Miss TFC at The Freedom Center for The Creative Arts.
OUR REVIVAL LUNCH WAS A SUCCESS AND SO DELICIOUS!
and your families.
We're proud of you!
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Congratulations Ms. Joyce Dick!
United Women in Faith honored Ms. Joyce for her service and dedication in working with women and children. She received the UWF Special Mission Recognition pin.
Women's History Month
United Women in Faith invited Author and A&T State University Professor Dr. Marissa Dick as its guest speaker in honor of Women's History Month. Dr. Dick shared her faith journey and how she became a self-published author of Christian Romance novels.
Congratulations Rev. Belvin J. Jessup!
Congratulations to Rev. Belvin J. Jessup on becoming our Pastor Emeritus! We appreciate you and your family for the many years of service and leadership. Thank you Tim Jessup for coming to represent your dad.
Happy 148th Anniversary!
God blessed our anniversary! We had a great worship service, and dinner and bowling fellowship. Thank you to everyone who planned this celebration and prayed and worshipped with us.
Shelby and Garry Futrelle thank everyone who contributed to the Crop Walk! It was a fun day.
The United Women In Faith thanks everyone who attended our Women's Day Program! Our First Lady Carissa Henry was amazing and shared wonderful information and important advice on our topic, "Generational Wealth: Building Our Future and Leaving a Legacy." Let's spread the knowledge and apply those principles!
Our Back To School Celebration
Students are back in school, and parents are rejoicing after a long, hot summer.
Congregational Care hosted a back-to-school celebration and Rev. Dr. John Henry, Jr. told students to give God their best and to do their best. Students of all ages came to the altar where we prayed for them, teachers and administrators this school year. Students received school supplies, gift cards and a Biscuitville breakfast bag to go! Thank you, Congregational Care!