If you had been driving by Eupora First Baptist Church the night of June 21 or happened to be driving by the Eupora Community Center on June 22, you might have thought there was a wedding, as so many people came to Eupora on those two dates.
May 25, starting at 10 a.m., the second William Golden Memorial Singing was held in Eupora.
But, this time this event was held in the Eupora Community Center on Dunn Street, which was nice and a good place to host the event.
“After the storm, comes the dawn.”
I have forgotten who made this quote or where I saw it, but this is exactly what did happen in Mathiston
The people of Mathiston had been making plans to have the Mulberry Festival on May 4. However, three weeks before that day, the weather did not cooperate.
“Gospel music allows us to become closer to God, and closer to each other.” — Marvin Sapp
Those words said by Mr. Sapp have been proven true many times, as people in Webster, Choctaw, Winston and Oktibbeha County can tell you.
Calvary Baptist Church near Eupora, pastored by the Rev. Shorty Carden, along with some from Double Springs Baptist near Maben and others made their monthly visit to Diversicare of Eupora on Nov. 4.
The group, as always, enjoyed the visit to these people and enjoyed seeing some friends they have known for years.
<div> </div><div> </div><div>On Thursday at the regular meeting of the Sonshine Club at Center Grove Baptist Church, pastored by the Rev.