Gorgeous #FALLweather for a picnic

It is a GORGEOUS #Fall day and it occurred to me that after working at First Baptist Church of Eupora for a little over five years, that I have never enjoyed a picnic outside. Since I can’t drive myself and the shoulder for a few weeks, I am stranded here at lunch. Pepper bought a sandwich from Subway this morning, and for the first time in five years, I sat on the steps and enjoyed the sounds and sights and sun and wind of this Fall day. I was a little frazzled from too much activity this morning (it happens sometimes) so initially, I thought I would unplug, but I love taking a few photos and I couldn’t resist a few snaps of the roses and the architecture, the water falling and the wind whipping the flags. I hope y’all enjoy the short videos and photos of the sounds and sights of lunch today. I know it is silly, but I LOVED it! I hope you enjoy! Continue reading

FBC Eupora

CHURCH OF THE WEEK: First UMC Starkville

NAME: Giles Lindley
CHURCH: Starkville FUMC
CHURCH ADDRESS/TOWN: 200 W Lampkin St, Starkville MS
Spouse: Lisa, Children: Charla Lindley Howard (30), Dr. Chelsea Lindley Ragland (28)
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT THE CHURCH YOUR ARE SERVING? Starkville FUMC is in a college town with all the resources of a college community. Any instrument we need for our music ministry, any skill we need for a mission team, any language we need translated, we can find someone who can help us. Continue reading

Make sure to see Columbus’ Annunciation Catholic on the Spring Pilgrimage tour

IMG_0234Once again, the Columbus Historic Foundation will include a tour of Historic Churches of Columbus as part of the annual Spring Pilgrimage, held this month. Annunciation Catholic is definitely a “must see” on the tour. Continue reading

A HISTORY OF FAITH: FBC Eupora has a rich history

First Baptist Church of Eupora has ministered to the community for 125 years and is still going strong.

The congregation of First Baptist Church in Eupora was formed in 1890, but this building was constructed in 1949, with additions and renovations over the years.

The stain glass is the focal point of the sanctuary with windows depicts the key elements of Jesus Christ’s ministry on earth over 2,000 years ago. The scenes above depict the Transfiguration, the Last Supper, Christ’s death on the cross and the resurrected Christ in the garden.


EDITOR’S NOTE: This photo gallery ran in the March 2007 edition of North Mississippi Christian Family. See the photo page at: NMSCF MArch 2007 page 14