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Wednesday Night Song Service

Song Service for Wednesday, July 9...

 
Posted July 9th, 2014 @ 2:55pm

WEDNESDAY NIGHT SONG SERVICE:

Playlist…July 9, 2014:

O How I Love Jesus by Alan Jackson
He Didn’t Throw Away The Clay by The Lester’s
The Church In The Wildwood by Charley Pride
When I Get Where I’m Going by Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton
Angels Watching Over Me by The Bishops
One Dirt Road by Justin Moore
Changed by Rascal Flatts
Cool Drink Of Water by Skyline Quartet
Softly And Tenderly by Loretta Lynn

Church Events…

Chase Missionary Baptist Church, located at 5149 Moorsemill Road, in Huntsville will open their community food pantry will be on Thursday, July 10 from 9am-Noon to assist families in need with food at no cost to them. 
If not able to attend the open house, please feel free to contact the church via facebook or call 256-715-8750.

Summer Bible Conference at Somerville Baptist Church during the month of July, all meetings are on Thursday at 7pm.
July 10: Dr. David Gibbs
July 17: Dr. Johnny Pope
July 24: Dr. Jim Schettler
July 31: Dr. Joe Arthur

Shipps Baptist Church in Gurley is having an outdoor movie night on Friday, July 11 at 7:00 p.m. 
Everyone is invited to bring your lawn chair or blanket, along with snacks and drinks. 
The featured movie is the one Carrie Underwood made her acting debut in, “Soul Surfer.”
This event is free to the public.

Church Funny…

Romans 1:13, Romans 11:25 and 2 Corinthians 1:8 says we are not to be ignorant and that’s no excuse for breaking the law, especially if you’re a Monk!
On July 4, fire officials cited a group of Buddhist monks for illegal fireworks.
Authorities stumbled upon an audience watching a fireworks show from a Buddhist temple.
The town had been under fireworks restrictions because of the risk of fire danger.
A woman with the temple told authorities that because the monks don't watch TV, listen to the radio or read newspapers, they were unaware of the fireworks ban.
Never the less, the citations can carry a fine of up to $500 or 90 days in jail.

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