Hawkins County is going to be biker paradise Saturday with the Of One Accord ministry's 19th annual “Toy Run” touring the county in the afternoon, followed by the 3rd annual Rogersville “Bike Nite” Saturday evening.
Somebody Loves Me Inc. now operates a large warehouse near Rogersville where it receives contributions from multiple Walmart stores in the region of almost new items that have been returned to the store.
Christ Fellowship Church has partnered with Kingsport’s Adams Elementary School for a mentoring program participants say benefits the students, the mentors, the school and the community. The program in its third year is serving eight students so far this school year.
Glen Alpine was formed on Sept, 30, 1929, and served its church community through the depression and through the WWII, Korea, Viet Nam and wars in the Middle East.
I’m wondering who I might see, and looking forward to some good eating, this weekend. If all is well and Mom isn’t having a bad vertigo day, we’ll be heading to Kyles Ford for the annual Willis Cemetery memorial service.
The Voice of Hope Ministry’s Rogersville tent revival honored Hawkins County police, fire and rescue personnel during Wednesday’s service in recognition of the 18th anniversary the the 9/11 attacks.
A tent revival that has been packing in hundreds of worshipers at a location just west of Rogersville was hoping to hold a revival in downtown Rogersville sometime this month, but it will be delayed at least until October.
This past Saturday, Gate City United Methodist Church held its first ever First Responders Appreciation Day for Scott County first responders and their families. Attendees were treated to a free barbecue dinner provided by Operation BBQ Relief, and various activities were on hand for children.
An estimated 10,000 people participated in TriPride 2019 on Saturday in downtown Kingsport. A handful of protesters showed up and, although they were loud thanks to a megaphone, stuck mainly to an area designated for opponents of the event to have their say.
The public is invited to join the congregation for a special homecoming anniversary service at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 8.
Colonial Heights United Methodist Church hosted a youth cooking class for the first time over the summer. Students learned to prepare a variety of dishes from scratch, including baked spaghetti, banana bread and chicken pot pie.
Friends of the Groom Theater Company will perform and lead an acting workshop at the church, and tickets are still available. Mark Davis, director of music ministries at the church, said the group will engage an audience of all ages with their unique stories and powerful messages.
Can science and religion coexist? That question will be the subject of a free event called “Religion, Science, & Beer,” to be held at The Social next month.
“Help us get outside our comfort zone to love the least of these, the homeless, the addicted and the broken Most of all the lost. Let us shine for them. Nothing is different between us and them except one day we met Jesus.” — Billy Wayne Arrington
You should look at where you're going rather than where you have been, former presidential candidate and ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told more than 700 business leaders and elected officials at a Bristol Community Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday.