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WASHINGTON — This Sunday, African American churches in Chicago, Memphis and other cities across the country will hold special services focused on black men, policing and the theme “black lives matter.” Congregants are urged to wear black and to pray for the black men in their community.
CHICAGO — Nearly one year after Sam Sommer died at age 8 of leukemia, his parents — both rabbis — view their every step forward through the lens of last year’s painful events.
For hundreds of families across Texoma, the Christmas season is a time for children and adults alike to recognize their fortune, and to do a small part to share the wealth.
Several area churches will soon begin staging live nativity scenes, with costumed Marys and Josephs swaddling their babies next to mangers sheltered by stables.
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DENISON — The Mount Olive Baptist Church will hold its annual deacons’ and deaconesses’ program during the eleven o’clock Sunday Morning worship service. Pastor Alton E. Blakely will be delivering the message.
SHERMAN — The Sherman Church of the Nazarene will have a Bethlehem drive Dec. 12, 13 and 14 from 6 - 8 p.m. It is a drive through nativity scene with animals, actors, a Mrs. Clause and the Grinch.
DENISON — Quinn Chapel AME will sell fish dinners at 710 W. Elm St. for $7.50 each at 11 a.m. on Saturday. The menu will be fish, beans, potato salad, corn muffin and cake. Cold soda or water are $.50 each.
SHERMAN — The Temple of Hope, Faith and Grace Church will have their annual Christmas candlelight service at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14.