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FUMC announces new time

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison First United Methodist Church will begin having their morning worship at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 4. The church will offer discipleship classes before and after the worship service at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.The church is passionate in worship, radical about hospitality and intentional in their discipleship. The congregation is “commission committed” (The Great Commission) and mission-minded. Rev. Lamar Albritton, pastor of the church, invites everyone to “Come and be a part of the family.” Madison First United Methodist Church is located at…

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MFBA to hold disaster relief training

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. Local church members are invited to attend an informational meeting regarding the Disaster Response Ministry of the Florida Baptist Convention on Saturday, May 20, from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. This meeting will be held in Live Oak at the First Baptist Church, located at 401 W Howard St. This meeting will include information from the emergency managers of the North Florida region, as well as the disaster relief regional coordinator and other volunteers. Key leaders will be introduced, and updated information contained in the…

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It’s time to announce those VBS and church camp dates

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. School is still in session for a few more days, but before you know it, summer break will be here. With the arrival of summer, churches will be holding their vacation bible schools (VBS) and church camps. We, Greene Publishing, Inc., will be glad to help promote your event with a story in the church pages and include it on the church and community calendars. We would also like to publish stories (and pictures) about your events after they occur. Landmark Baptist Church was the…

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MCOG youth spend the night in a cardboard city

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Friday, April 28, the youth of the Madison Church of God spent the night in cardboard boxes in the parking lot of Ace Hardware. The purpose of this “camp-out” was to give the teens a greater understanding and compassion for homeless people and to raise money for an upcoming mission trip. Not only did the teens have to spend the night outdoors with nothing overhead, but a piece of cardboard, but they also had to relinquish all of their electronics for the night. All…

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