A special opportunity is coming to Rhea County this weekend as churches come together for worship services in Spring City and Dayton at the “Awaking to Outreach” conference.
“We are excited to invite the community to these worship services,” says event organizer Rev. Shane Johnston. “Brother Roc Collins and Brother Chip Coleman bring a passion for preaching the Word of God to these meetings and we are excited to see how the Lord will move through this.”
“This event is open to everyone regardless of your church affiliation. This is about the proclaiming the truth of God’s Word into our community and a celebration for Christians to come together to worship.”
Friday, March 17 Wolf Creek Baptist Church 6:30 PM
Saturday*, March 18 Dayton First Baptist Church 9:00 AM
Dr. Roc Collins (Left) – Tennessee Baptist Convention Department of Evangelism/Former President TBC, and Rev. Chip Coleman (Right) – Evangelist / Pastor / Race Chaplain
(Both Will Speak in Each Service)
Please pray for these services and make plans to attend as we come together to both praise the Lord and hear from Heaven. Your hearts will be stirred by fellowship of our fellow churches coming together to worship and the preaching of the Gospel through these men.
Youth Outreach/Evangelism Opportunity
The “Awaking to Outreach” conference is featuring a special opportunity for young people in Rhea County – a Call of Duty tournament with help from leaders in the gaming industry “Game Truck”.
Are you a true gamer? Are you the best in Rhea County? Come and prove it!
You have to register by March 16th. Register by emailing your name, age, and phone number to email@example.com or calling 775-0255.
Cost $2 or FREE if you attend Awakening to Outreach
For more information about the “Awaking to Outreach” Conference, please contact Rev. Shane Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org