Church briefs


Pastor Greg Jackson and current Truck Stop Chaplain Ken Tillery presented gifts to Dick and Kathi McKee on behalf of the First Southern Baptist Church in Camden on Sunday, Dec. 11.

Pastor Greg Jackson and current Truck Stop Chaplain Ken Tillery presented gifts to Dick and Kathi McKee on behalf of the First Southern Baptist Church in Camden on Sunday, Dec. 11.


McKees honored

Pastor Greg Jackson and current Truck Stop Chaplain Ken Tillery presented gifts to Dick and Kathi McKee on behalf of the First Southern Baptist Church in Camden on Sunday, Dec. 11. The Mckees served at the Trucker’s Christian Chapel at the TA Truck Stop for over three decades. Special guests in attendance were Gerald and Carolyn Scholl.

[email protected]

First Southern Baptist church offers [email protected] for kindergarten-5th grade each Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. The youth also meet at 6:33 p.m. each Wednesday.

Gospel Light Baptist location change

Gospel Light Baptist Church is currently meeting at William Bruce Elementary School, located at 506B Aukerman Street in Eaton, while its new church building is being built. The public is invited to worship with the Gospel Light church family this Sunday at 9:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. For more information go to www.gospellighteaton.org.

Pastor Greg Jackson and current Truck Stop Chaplain Ken Tillery presented gifts to Dick and Kathi McKee on behalf of the First Southern Baptist Church in Camden on Sunday, Dec. 11.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/12/web1_Camden_McKees.jpgPastor Greg Jackson and current Truck Stop Chaplain Ken Tillery presented gifts to Dick and Kathi McKee on behalf of the First Southern Baptist Church in Camden on Sunday, Dec. 11.