Mr. William Alan Coleman, age 77, a resident of Grant Lee Lane, Thomasville passed away Monday, Oct. 13, 2014 at his residence.
He was born July 6, 1937 in Harnett Co., NC, son of the late Owen Coleman
and Mary Pierce Coleman. Mr. Coleman worked for Dell Inc. and was of the Baptist faith. He was preceded in death by his parents;
two brothers, David Coleman and Burnice Coleman; and one great-grandson, Nolan Richardson and also preceded in death by another
grandchild and great-grandchild.
Surviving are two daughters, Rachel
Beck and Mary Causey, both of Thomasville; one sister, Betty Pipkins of Vanceboro, NC; one brother, Thomas Coleman of Castle
Haynes, NC; seven grandchildren,; and one great-granddaughter.
family services will be conducted for Mr. Coleman. Online condolences may be sent to the Coleman family at www.jcgreenandsons.com.
Alleghany UMC will host its community supper in the church fellowship hall on Wednesday,
Oct 22, 2014 from 5 to 7pm. Please join us for food and fellowship.
Central United Methodist continues its six week sermon
series, Money $ense with accompanying children’s sermons that is introducing faithful financial stewardship. This sermon
series is a valuable learning opportunity for everyone as we approach the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. The goal of
Money $ense is to educate adults, youth, and children to basic strategies about faithful stewardship of all of our money.
Because Money $ense addresses financial issues of concern to all people, we are encouraging the community to attend worship.
You will be provided with basic illustrations, strategies and tools that apply to all generations. Come and be with us as
we address the universal concern of managing our money. If you miss a message, come on anyway. It is never too late
to begin examining your financial stewardship.
Central United Methodist
Church’s UMW Circle #4 (The Mary Frances Stubbs Circle) is sponsoring a Chicken ‘n Dumplings lunch on Sunday,
October 26 in Central’s Hut at 12:00pm immediately following worship. Chicken ‘n Dumplings can be labeled
as one of the perfect “comfort” foods. Come and savor this classic lunch to support missions, families in
need and Central’s Food Pantry. All are invited to worship with us at 11:00am in our Sanctuary and join us for fellowship
over this great home cooked meal.
illustrations, strategies and tools
that apply to all generations. Come and be with us as we address the universal concern of managing our money. If you miss
a message, come on anyway. It is never too late to begin examining your financial stewardship.
Clear Springs UMC
Clear Springs United Methodist Church located
at 4321 South Main Street Extension will be having a Community Buffet Breakfast on Saturday October 25 from 7am till 10am.
The breakfast includes bacon, country ham, sausage, tenderloin, eggs,
grits, biscuits, sausage gravy, red eye gravy, and stewed apples. The cost is by donation only. Please join us and eat all
that you care too!!
Gravel Hill Baptist Church
Harvest Festival on Friday, 31 from 6:00-9:00 pm: Roast your own hotdogs and marshmallows on our Bonfire;
Hayrides from 6-8:00 pm, lots of indoor games and prizes, face & hair painting and a Pumpkin Story between 8 & 8:30
pm. SPECIAL: Bring cans of food or dry goods for World Hunger and we will buy them from you in Chocolate Coins!!
Something for kids of all ages!!! Outdoor activities weather permitting-indoor rain or shine! Come out for an even and
Thanksgiving to the Lord of the Harvest.
Revival will be held on November 9 thru November 12. Begins Sunday morning at 11:00 am service continuing through Sunday night
at 6:45 and then nightly through Wednesday night with singing beginning at 6:45 pm each night. Speaker will be Dr. Ronny
Chaney. Dr Chaney has a wide range of education experience with degrees in Bachelor of Theology, Master of Arts in Counseling
and Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Ministry in Counseling. He has ministered across the US and several foreign countries.
Don’t miss this gifted Man of God!
Information contact: Danny Soles 336-903-2303 Sid Loflin
336-857-2173 or Syd Lowe 336-672-0215 or www.gravelhill.org
NJUCC Women to hold Fall Bazaar
The Women’s Guild of New Jerusalem United
Church of Christ will hold their annual Fall Bazaar on Sunday, November 2, from 5 – 7 p.m. Lots of handmade items including
jewelry, scarfs, candle holders, ornaments along with a wide array of baked items. In addition, hot dogs with all the
fixings will be available with payment by donation.
New Jerusalem is
located in the Silver Valley Community, just off Old Highway 64, at 4104 Jerusalem Road, Lexington. Rev. Jimmy J. Norred
is the pastor.