Recent tornadoes in Kilmichael have left many residents continuing to repair the damage.
The lights are back on, but the work continues.
On Saturday, several Stewart-Kilmichael area churches and volunteers got together to pray with people from the Kilmichael area who suffered storm damage and fed them a free lunch on the square.
“It is always good to see churches working together for a great cause,” said Rev. Martin Jacks of Stewart Baptist Church. Continue reading
Dale May and Jack May look on as Benny May and Kevin May tend the cookers full of Brunswick Stew at the Stewart Fire Department.
Once a month, this group gets together for a time of prayer and a great breakfast.
The Stewart Community Men’s Brotherhood meets once a month for Prayer Breakfast at one of four churches in the area for a time of food, fellowship and devotion. The men from the host church will prepare breakfast, including scrambled eggs, grits, biscuits, sausage gravy and every good thing. Apparently, you will not find a breakfast casserole at the buffet. More than one wife has been informed “that’s not a guy thing.”
Men from throughout the community are invited to join the fun at 7 a.m. on the first Sunday morning each month before regular church services. Members are part of Stewart Baptist Church, Tri-County Baptist Church, Pine Forest Baptist Church and Poplar Creek Nations Baptist Church. The men from the host church arrive at the church kitchen at about 5 a.m. the morning of the breakfast.
Pine Forest Baptist Church installed a new steeple today and we think it looks GREAT! I also received a tour of the newly renovated entry to sanctuary. They will be adding new stained glass windows very soon!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my mom, Betty Woods! We have been celebrating her birthday all week, beginning with a little party with her Sunday School class at Pine Forest Baptist Church on Sunday. She said she had not blown out candles on a cake since she was a little girl. How does that happen! Hope you have a GREAT day!
In preparation for memorial at Pine Forest Baptist Church tomorrow, flags were distributed to remember veterans.
Flags were placed on the graves of David Estell Sellars, Charles Ivan Hancock, William Rex May, Woodie Tharp, William Ivan Peacock and William Russell Hazzard.
Additional flags are on hand for veterans who do not have military markers.
Special thanks to the Joe H. Moorehead VFW Post 3806 for the donation of the flags in remembrance of those who have served.