Hoschton Baptist to hear from missionaries

Hoschton Baptist Church is hosting missionaries from across the globe during the month of September.

On Sunday morning, September 22, the church will welcome a family serving with the Christian Flight ministry and another missionary serving in Turkey. During the evening service, the church will have a missionary speaking who is serving in the United Kingdom.

In other church news, each Wednesday night at 7 p.m., Hoschton Baptist hosts a kid’s club for children ages 3-11.

Hoschton Baptist Church is located at 380 Sam Freeman Rd., Hoschton.

For more information, call 706-654-8415.

The pastor is the Rev. Cory Sexton.

Northeast Church hosts citizenship classes

Northeast Church is offering a free citizenship class beginning Sept. 18 at 6:30 p.m.

The class will be held at the Country Inn Suites, located at 925 Hwy. 124, Braselton.

The class will help to prepare for the citizenship interview and assist in preparation of the N400 packet.

Students must be 18 years of age and show proof of residency. Classes start weekly and meet every Wednesday evening.

Pre-register at www.mynec.org.

HUMC plans homecoming Oct. 6

Hoschton United Methodist Church will host homecoming on Oct. 6. The speaker is retired minister, the Rev. David Bowen.

Lunch will follow the 11 a.m. service.

In other news, there will be a book signing in the fellowship hall during the American Street Rodders fall car show on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 9 a.m. One of the authors that will be signing books is Hoschton UMC’s Julie Clarke.

Hoschton UMC also plans a chicken stew/chili event on Dec. 7. More information will be available at a future date.

The church will also have its fall clean-up day on Sept. 28 (rain date is Oct. 5).

Generational healing service planned

The Healing Grace Community of the Interdenominational Order of St. Luke is sponsoring a Generational Healing Service, Thursday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m.

This service will be held at St. Mary and St. Martha of Bethany Episcopal Church, 4346 Ridge Rd., Buford.

“Events in a person’s family history often have physical, emotional and spiritual consequences for those living today,” organizers state. “We pray to cut off unhealthy family traits and to continue family blessings. It is a great help to pray for the family tree within the context of a Holy Communion Service. It is through Christ’s death and resurrection that we are able to obtain freedom and forgiveness.”

Singing set Friday

The Old Paths Quartet will sing at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20, at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.

The chapel is at 4532 Highway 53, Hoschton.

For more information, call Raymond Church at 706-658-6545.

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