On Sunday, January 29 at 5pm, Upper Cumberland Presbyterian Church will be showing “Becoming Bold” by Carl Kerby. This film is about how to teach our younger generation to be bold for Christ. The Church welcomes you, family, and friends to come join them on that Sunday evening. Upper Cumberland Presbyterian Church is located at 21 Sloan Branch Road in Pleasant Shade.
Abide to Thrive will be held at the Smith County Agriculture Center on January 14, 2017 from 9:30am – 3:00pm. The day will consist of Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and worship led by a 30 voice Ladies Choir.
$10 per ticket – covers lunch and registers for door prizes.
For more information, contact Lee Ann Williams – Event Coordinator – 615-683-9005
See flyer below for more details:
New Middleton Baptist Church will be hosting a revival August 28-31. Services will begin each night at 6:30 pm.
Evangelist, Bro. Jeff Crips, will be leading the revival. Crips is the pastor of Pleasant View Baptist Church in Woodbury, TN. Bro. Gary Miller will be leading the music.
For more information, contact Bro. BJ Thomason at (615) 557-4772
The Carthage First Free Will Baptist Church will be hosting Vacation Bible School Sunday, July 10 through Wednesday, July 13 from 6:30 to 8:30 each evening.
All ages are welcome to attend, with classes available for all. Wednesday night will feature a cook out and VBS closing ceremony, with all parents and family members of VBS students cordially invited to join in on.
For additional information, contact Craig Mahler at 931-235-1279
(Smith County Insider Press) Carthage, Tenn. – On Thursday, May 5, several Smith County pastors from multiple denominations helped organize a Prayer Service on the Historic Smith County Courthouse steps. The service was organized as part of the National Day of Prayer. The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.
Several Smith County citizens attended. Music was provided by the Scott Nesbitt & Family.
In less than one year, Smith County Insider has grown to be the most popular media outlet in Smith County, TN. We have achieved this accomplishment through the support of our advertisers and our viewers. With over 530,000 views to our website and over 4,600 likes on Facebook, we have acquired a large audience.
Smith County Insider has decided to start providing our audience with more content on our “Church” page to help promote our area churches and to help churches spread the Word.
Smith County Insider will provide all area churches with free announcements and event promotions.
We have also decided to allow churches to begin posting the audio, video, or livestream of their weekly services on SmithCountyInsider.com/Church for a minimum fee. The fee will be less than half of other local media outlets. Contact us to get a quote. Smith County Insider staff will also assist your church with creating a Facebook Page at no cost, if you decide to begin publishing your services on SmithCountyInsider.com/Church.
If your church needs assistance with learning how to record your service, feel free to contact us and we will assist you. Audio, video, or livestream equipment can be purchased at a minimum cost, or in some cases you can use a standard smart phone.
Ad space can also be purchased by churches on our “Church” page at a discounted rate.
If you are interested in these services, please contact us at Church@SmithCountyInsider.com or call (615) 735-7435.