Alfred Carroll Ministries was recently recognized for service to the community during a luncheon at Breath of Life Church.
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Some of my earliest memories center on church services at Christ Church (Episcopal) in Pt. Pleasant, W.Va., and especially the Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. It was called the “Midnight Mass” not because, as one would think, it started at the strike of 12 a.m., but because the actual taking of Holy Communion, and the closing of the service, was around midnight.
Does my life really count? Am I making a difference? Those are questions I ask myself and God every day - some days more than others. I too often get caught up in details of matters that really don’t matter one bit in view of eternity. That’s the battle of busyness.
MEMPHIS — The Church of God in Christ, which includes many congregations in Southeast Arkansas, is hosting “Black Lives Matter Sunday,” to remind the nation how important the lives of African Americans are.
God’s Way Fellowship Baptist Church, 1601 Commerce Road, will host the fifth Sunday mission and Selma Walls Family and Friends Day at 11 a.m. Sunday. The guest speaker will be Phyllis Walls, a pastor from Hot Springs.
A Celebration of Service, Seven Years of Ministry is the theme for a Roast and Toast benefit dinner to be held in honor of Alfred Carroll Ministries at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, in the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Student Union.