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Clover News for June 1, 2009



Red Bank News for May 28, 2009

The Memorial Day service at Virgilina Cemetery was well attended Sunday with Ralph Murray, Mayor of Virgilina, giving the welcome. Rev. Jimmy Pulliam had opening prayer; posting of the colors by Halifax County JROTC; announcements by Sandra Rister, Virgilina Woman’s Club; offering selection Jonathan Arnold; special music by Tina Kennedy; roll call by Don Anders and Ralph Murray; presentation of Veterans memorial wreath by Owen Murray, Virgilina Veteran and American Legion Post 8; Taps by American Legion Post 8; introduction of speaker, Doug Anders, Chaplain, Major J.D. Moore; benediction by Wayne Bowen; retiring of the colors, Halifax County JROTC; music by Faye Humphries. Memorial Day committee members Barbara Carnevale, Lucy Chandler, Lottie Harris, Kim Morris, Iris Ann Murray, Bessie Nelson, Tony Rice. Appreciation to Virgilina Woman’s Club, Virgilina American Legion Auxiliary 337, Virgilina Fire Department, Mrs. William Glasscock, Roger Chandler, Mrs. Jane Lloyd, Brooks Funeral Home, Chandler’s One Stop, Country Corner Convenience Store, Stan Yancey, Gatrelli Inc., GPM Tool and Die, Morris Supply, Roxboro, NC, Rice and Lowery Construction, Southern Industrial Contractors, LLC, Town and Country Beauty Salon, Virgilina Grocery Inc., Wayne Hopkins Roofing, VA Carolina Realty and Auction Company.

Clover News for May 21, 2009

Worship service at Scottsburg UMC opened with the prelude “All On the Altar” by Lee Snead. Call to worship was “Open My Eyes That I May See” by the choir. Mary Tharpe had welcome remarks, announcements and prayer. Frances Wilson led the covenant prayer in the Wesleyan tradition. Faye Edmondson led the responsive reading from Psalm 139: 1-18. Hymn of praise was “For the Beauty of the Earth.” Tim Snead read Proverbs 31: 10-31. Mary Tharpe had joys and concerns, prayer. Call to prayer was “Open Our Eyes Lord” by the choir. Offertory hymn was “He Hideth My Soul.” Ushers were Tim and Eric Snead. Choir anthem was “Faith of Our Mothers.” Adrienne Snead led the Apostles Creed. Hymn of preparation was “Happy the Home When God is There.” Mary Tharpe read Ruth 1: 1-18 and her message was “Moving Forward.” Hymn of celebration was “Stand Up and Bless the Lord.” Benediction was “Threefold Amen.” Tim Snead was acolyte.

Red Bank News for May 21, 2009

Rev. Jimmy Pulliam, pastor of Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; Barbara Carnevale was organist; Lesley Cole and Amber Tuck acolytes; altar flowers were given by Wallace, Lottie and Gray Nunn in memory of loved ones. The Memorial Day service will be at Virgilina Cemetery Sunday at 11:00 a.m.

Red Bank News for May 14, 2009

Rev. Jimmy Pulliam, pastor of Union Christian Church, brought the Mother’s Day sermon Sunday; Barbara Carnevale was organist; Amber Tuck and Lesley Cole were acolytes; Fannie Mae Tuck was greeter. Mothers were honored and Violet Geary was the oldest, her daughter Mrs. George Morris with the most children and Mrs. Mason Pulliam the youngest mother were presented corsages.

Clover News for May 11, 2009

Worship service at Scottsburg UMC opened with the prelude “The Church In the Wildwood” played by Lee Snead. Call to worship was “I Will Serve Thee” by the choir. Pastor Bonnie Pizzeck had welcome remarks, announcements, prayer and led the responsive reading from Psalm 23. Hymn of praise was “His Name Is Wonderful.” Pastor Bonnie read Psalm 30: 4-5. Special music was a solo by Lee Snead “Who Am I?” Pastor Bonnie had joys and concerns, pastoral prayer and the Lord’s prayer. Call to prayer was “Open Our Eyes Lord” by the choir. Offertory hymn was “Do You Know My Jesus?” Ushers were Tim and Eric Snead. Choir anthem was “In Times Like These.” Hymn of preparation was “The Gift of Love” followed by the Apostles Creed. Scripture reading was Psalm 26: 16-17 and Pastor Bonnie’s message “Hope, Faith and Love.” Sacrament of Holy Communion was observed. Hymn was “Homesick.” Mike Ligon and Phyllis Ligon assisted the pastor. Closing hymn was “He Lives.” Faye Edmondson had closing prayer. Benediction was “Threefold Amen.” Tim Snead was acolyte.

Clover News for May 7, 2009

Worship service at Scottsburg UMC opened with the prelude “Everday People” played by Lee Snead. Call to worship was “Glory to His Name” by the choir. Pastor Bonnie Pizzeck had welcome remarks, announcements, prayer and led the responsive reading from Psalm 62: 5-12. Hymn of praise was “God of Grace and God of Glory.” Pastor Bonnie read II Corinthians 9: 6-15. Lee Snead sung a solo “One Day at a Time.” Pastor Bonnie had joys and concerns, pastoral prayer and the Lord’s prayer. Call to prayer was “Thank You Lord” by the choir. Offertory hymn was “Mansion Over the Hilltop.” Ushers were Tim and Eric Snead. Special music was “At the Cross” by the choir. Hymn of preparation ws “The Church’s One Foundation” followed by the Apostles Creed. Scripture reading was Malachi 3: 6-10 and Pastor Bonnie’s message “Extravagant Generosity.” Hymn of celebration was “Tis So Sweet.” Benediction was “God Be With You Till We Meet Again.” Acolyte was Tim Snead.

Clover News for April 30, 2009

Worship service at Scottsburg UMC opened with the prelude “I Saw the Light” played by Lee Snead. Call to worship was “His Name Is Wonderful” by the choir. Pastor Bonnie Pizzeck had welcome remarks, announcements, prayer and led the responsive reading from Psalm 133. Hymn of praise was “Love Divine All Loves Excelling.” Pastor Bonnie read Acts 4: 32-35 and had joys and concerns, pastoral prayer and the Lord’s prayer. Call to prayer was “Thank You Lord” by the choir. Offertory hymn was “In Times Like These.” Ushers were Tim and Eric Snead. Choir anthem was “Take Time To Be Holy.” Hymn of preparation was “Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” followed by the Apostles Creed. Scripture reading was from Micah 6:8 and Pastor Bonnie’s message “Prayers, Presence, Gifts and Service.” Hymn of celebration was “Trust and Obey.” Pastor Bonnie had closing prayer. Benediction was “God Be With You Till We Meet Again.” Acolyte was Tim Snead.

Red Bank News for april 30, 2009

Rev. Jimmy Pulliam, pastor of Union Christian Church, delivered the Sunday sermon; Barbara Carnevale was organist; Lesley Cole and Amber Tuck were acolytes; Tuny Rice was greeter; altar flowers were given by Clay and Gayle Averett.

Hitesburg News for April 27, 2009

Sunday, call to worship was “To God Be the Glory” by everyone at Hitesburg Baptist Church. Andy Loftis read the announcements and welcomed everyone. Hymn was “He Hideth My Soul”. Prayer time ended with a prayer from the Deacon of the Week, Jerry Arrington. Hymn was “I Must Tell Jesus”. Everyone fellowshipped with one another. Donna Hastings sang a solo entitled “Without Him” with Deborah Pulliam accompanying her on the organ. Brother Mike Bowen brought the sermon entitled “Failure: Failure is Not an Option”. Scripture was taken from Luke 16:19-31. Hymn was “Softly and Tenderly”.

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