It’s the Holy Smoke BBQ Festival featuring The Peach State Quartet and other musical guests sponsored by Johnson Ferry Baptist Church on Labor Day from 10 am to 2 pm on the fields of Johnson Ferry Baptist church in Marrietta– free admission. More information when you visit www.JohnsonFerry.org
Pastor Robert Vines and the members of The Ole Country Church at 2649 Hwy 155 North, in McDonough would like to invite you to a special Thursday night singing on Sept. 8th at 7:00 PM. Featuring Jeff & Sheri Easter. No cover charge, a love offering will be accepted.
Get ready for the Equip Conference 2016 featuring David Franklin – Director of missions of the Bartow Baptist Association. Equip Conference 2016 – Saturday, September 10th from 8:30 am to 12:35 pm at First Baptist Jonesboro. Equip your church leaders with the tools they need to minister. Register when you visit southsidenetwork.org
NewLife FM presents the integrity in Leadership Banquet – Saturday, September 10th at 6 PM. The integrity in Leadership Banquet at Eagles Landing Country Club in Stockbridge with Keynote speaker Col. Lee Ellis, USAF retired and former POW with Senator John McCain. For more information and to reserve your place visit www.NewLife.FM
The Flippen United Methodist Church — 3707 Jodeco Road, McDonough, will honor their local Police and Firefighters on Sunday Sept. 11th. There will also be a Cook Out of hamburgers and hotdogs and all the fixings following the service. The community is invited to join them.
New Salem Baptist Church of Griffin invites you to join them as they celebrate their 150th anniversary on Sunday September 11th. Sunday School at 9:15 and Worship at 10:30 am with a covered dish lunch on the grounds. New Salem is located on Highway 92 at Bicycle Road in Griffin.
September 11th – Join Rocks Springs Church in Milner for a special night of honor as they pay tribute to all First Responders with guest speaker former presidential candidate Herman Cain and special music by world-renowned concert violinist Jamie Jorge.. It all begins at 6 pm. For more information visit www.RockSpringsOnline.com
The churches of Centennial Baptist Association and the Upson County Ministerial Association are joining together for a series of revival meetings this fall. The area-wide revival will take place at The Rock Ranch on September 12th through the 25th at 7 pm each night.
F.A.I.T.H. Riders Motorcycle Ministry invites you to join them at Truett’s Grill in Griffin on Saturday, September 17th from 6 pm to 8 pm. They’ll be collecting canned food items for a local food bank. For more information visit them online at www.UBCG.org – and join them for the 4th annual Bikers Sunday at Union Baptist Church on September 25th beginning at 9 am.
Get your shingles and flu shots, blood pressure tested, and lots more at the Community Wellness Fair on September 17th from 10 am to 2 pm. This event to be held at the Recreational Outreach Center at First Baptist in Jonesboro.
Harps Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville is hosting a free simulcast for the “Cry Out” event on September 23rd. Doors open at 6 pm.
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Griffin is having their 138th homecoming on September 25th. Dinner on the grounds will follow the 10:45 am service. For more information visit www.mgbc.org
Giana Jessen will be the keynote speaker for our annual banquet — October 04, 2016. Gianna is an abortion survivor as her mother attempted to terminate the pregnancy. She has a very remarkable story to tell about her survival as an infant and what the Lord is doing in her life. Be sure to put this date on your calendar.The banquet will be in the Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Jonesboro. More information when you visit www.pregnancycarecenter.info
Griffin Choral Arts (GCA), under the direction of Dr. Stephen J. Mulder, proudly announces the concert schedule for its Tenth Anniversary Season, 2016–2017. The season theme is “Standing Ovation” and each concert will have a featured “repeat performance” as well as selections never yet performed by the choir. The season begins with “WELL DONE!” at Griffin First United Methodist Church (1401 Maple Dr.) on Thursday, October 20, at 7:30 p.m. The featured work is Gabriel Faure’s Requiem, accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra.