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Lee United Methodist Church – 189 years and still going strong

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Sunday, Oct. 15, Lee United Methodist Church celebrated the church’s 189th anniversary during the morning service. It was a day full of opportunities for church members to celebrate with family, food, fellowship, guests and “home folks.” The service featured special music, sharing and guest speakers. Charlie Dickey was one of the special speakers, and Steve McHargue, the church’s pastor during 2015-2016, brought a special message entitled, “We are the Church; the Body of Christ.” There were 142 people in attendance at the service. After…

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Madison Church of God assists Irma victims

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Madison Church of God (MCOG) was blessed to receive three truckloads of items. They received generous amounts of canned food, cleaning supplies, hygiene supplies, diapers, and crates of water. They also led a team to Jacksonville to help a church that was flooded by Irma. The church lost the carpet in all of its classrooms in their youth and children facility. They needed help cleaning the grounds, removing carpet, and cleaning out rooms so they can begin the process of…

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Madison’s Fields of Faith/Courts for Christ drew a crowd

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Students (and adults) gathered for 2017 Fields of Faith on Wednesday, Oct. 11, indoors in the Madison County High School Gym. The rainy/damp weather convinced the organizers of the wisdom of moving it indoors. Because of the venue change, the organizers decided to call it Fields of Faith/Courts of Christ (FOF/COC). This event is a nation-wide movement that is planned and carried out as a community-wide event intended to be a “student-to-student” ministry and time of sharing. At the beginning of the evening, the student…

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Jesus Jam Oct. 14

Debbie Snapp: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Middle Florida Baptist Association (MFBA) is conducting an evangelistic event on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Jefferson County Recreation Park, located at 1380 Mamie Scott Drive, in Monticello. The ‘Jesus Jefferson Jam’ event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Christian Illusionist Taylor Hughes will give three performances under a big tent set up to seat 500 people. The times are: 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 1 p.m. His performances will include a Gospel presentation. Counselors from the MFBA will be available…

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