The Richmond Register

Lifestyles & Community

October 27, 2012

Freedom Fund Banquet tonight; Sunday is Red Ribbon Day

Church and Community Focus

RICHMOND — I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.

Rev. 22:13

Freedom Fund Banquet

“Insuring Our Future Through Participation” is the theme of the annual Freedom Fund Banquet of the Richmond Madison County Branch of the NAACP tonight, Oct. 27, at the Armed Forces Reserve Center at the entrance of the Blue Grass Army Depot.

John Johnson, executive director of the Kentucky Human Rights Commission, will be the guest speaker for the banquet which starts at 6 p.m. in the center, 233 Battlefeild Memorial Hwy. (US 421). Local NAACP Youth Scholarship recipients will be recognized.

Cost for the buffet dinner is $ 25 each. Tickets are available from branch officers or by calling (859) 544-1390.

NAACP monthly meeting

The Richmond/Madison County Branch of the NAACP meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 302 Francis Street, Richmond.

Celebrate Red Ribbon Faith Day

On this Sunday, Oct. 28, as a part of the National Red Ribbon Week, the Faith Task Force of Madison County asks the Madison County faith community to join in the commitment and educational efforts to make our county “drug free.” As a symbol to denote this day, please provide red ribbons to members of your congregation or display one large red ribbon. The red ribbon pays homage to all men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in support of our nation’s struggle against drug trafficking and abuse. The Rev. Robert R. Blythe is Faith Task Force chair. W. Lloyd Jordisonis vice-chair.

 

Men and Women’s Day

Sunday, Oct. 28, at 3 p.m., the Richmond Predestinarian Baptist Church will celebrate Men and  Women’s Day. Dinner will be served. The Rev. Floyd Ballew and congregation of Mt. Nebo Missionary Baptist Church will be special guests for worship at 3 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and fellowship with us. Host pastor is Elder Raymond Walker.

 

Peytontown Men and Women’s Day

 Sunday, Oct. 28, the Peytontown Baptist Church will celebrate its men and womens day, the guest for the morning worship service at 11 a.m. will be Rev. Mervin Johnson. The afternoon guest at 3 p.m. will be Rev. Alvin Farris Choir and Congregation of Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church, dinner will be served. Chairpersons Dec. Calvin Mitchell and Sis. Bernice Campell.

 

Pastoral anniversary

Sunday, Nov. 4, at 3:30 p.m., the congregation of Concord Predestinarian Baptist Church invites everyone in the community to join them as they honor a servant of our most high God, Elder Anthony Phelps Sr., and First Lady, Sister Margaret Phelps. Special guests for the afternoon will be Rev. Floyd Ballew, choir and congregation of Mt. Nebo Missionary Baptist Church. Dinner will be served and everyone is welcome. Host Pastor is Elder Anthony Phelps Sr.

 

Country Ham Breakfast

Saturday, Nov. 3, 7 a.m to noon, everyone is invited to a country ham Breakfast at First Baptist Church, Francis St., Richmond. The breakfast is hosted by the Men’s Fellowship. Rev. Robert R. Blythe, is the pastor. For additional information, call the church at 624-2045. $6 per plate.

 

Serving others, uniting people

Saturday, Nov. 10, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. everyone is cordially invited to Soup Day at First Baptist Church, 300 Francis St., Richmond.

 The theme for the missionary project hosted by the church’s Children’s Fellowship is “Love: 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.” There will be free food, fun and fellowship as well free coats and other winter clothing. Rev. Robert R. Blythe is host pastor. For more details, call 624-2045.

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