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WORSHIP BRIEFS: Horizon Church offers additional Sunday service
Weekly events listing for Charlotte’s faith community
 
Published Wednesday, April 30, 2014
by Staff Reports

May 4

Horizon Church, 316 Signal Hill Drive in Statesville, will begin offering an additional Sunday morning service weekly to accommodate an increase in attendance. Beginning in May, Horizon will introduce an 11 a.m. service in addition to its 9:30 a.m. service time. Having two morning worship times will afford Horizon members and visitors the opportunity to choose the option that best meets the needs of each family. Horizon Kids Ministry will also be available for both morning services, with classes tailored by age group for children (infants to 12 years old).

May 10

Ebenezer Baptist Church presents Ebenezer Hat-titude: A Mother’s Tribute & Luncheon, a church hat showcase celebrating mothers and fashion. The is church located at 2020 W. Sugar Creek Road. The luncheon begins at 11 a.m. Guests are encouraged to wear hats. Tickets cost $10 and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are being sold in the church lobby before and after Sunday services. Tickets can also be purchased by emailing Xzavier Wright at WrightXzavier@gmail.com. Call (704) 598-2219 or visit www.ebccharlotte.org for ore information.

May 10

Join The Fellowship Place at Da Spot, 3148 Freedom Drive, from 12-6 p.m. for an afternoon of free fun for the whole family hosted by V101.9’s Chirl Girl with guest DJ Sheila B. There will be musical performances by A Sign of the Times of the Carolinas, The Fellowship Place Praise Team & Praise Band, New Emmanuel Congregational United Church of Christ’s Children’s Choir, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Men’s Choir and others. Plus, spoken word artists Ramon Jordan, Guerrilla Poets and Quatavia Jones will perform. Activities include a bounce house, face painting, balloons, and horseback rides. Booths will be set up for vendors and to provide community resource information. Visit www.thefellowshipplace.org or call Valorie Grant at (980) 833-4837 for more information.

May 17

Macedonia Baptist Church Outreach Ministries, 1300 Hateras Ave., is hosting a Hot Dog Fest and Membership Campaign from 12-1 p.m. There will be free hot dogs, giveaways, music, fellowship and family fun. Call (704) 392-8496 for more information.

May 18

New Beginnings Youth Choir of Greenville Memorial AME Zion Church will present its Annual Concert at 5 p.m. The church is located at 6116 Monteith Drive. 

To submit your announcements, email the information in text format without attachments to Michaela.Duckett@TheCharlottePost.com. Weekly deadline is 12 p.m. Monday.

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