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Christmas Service and Fellowship

Date: Sunday, December 19, 2010
Time: 10:15 am
Location: Unity Baptist Church

We invite you to join us for our Special Christmas Service on December 19th, where our church will be presenting the music from Hark the Herald: Songs and Carols to Celebrate Christmas. You and your friends and family are welcome to come and join us as we celebrate the Lord’s birth at this sacred season. Following the service, we will continue celebrating with a Christmas meal and fellowship for all those that join us on this special day. We hope you and your family will join us as we worship the Lord Jesus Christ together as a church during this Christmas season.

Ladies’ Christmas Party

Date: Sunday, December 12, 2010
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Unity Baptist Church

Our Ladies will be having their annual Christmas party this year on December 12th at 5:30 p.m. During this holiday event, our secret sisters will be revealed, we’ll have a table decorating contest, and we’ll enjoy some food and fellowship as sisters in Christ! We’d like to invite the ladies in our church and community to come and join us for the festivities. For more information, please sign up in the church lobby or contact us.

Christmas Decorating

Date: Monday, November 29, 2010
Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Unity Baptist Church

With the Holiday Season fast approaching, we will be having our annual church Christmas decorating party, Monday, November 29th at 5 p.m.! We would appreciate as much help as possible. We will have pizza for dinner and a wonderful time of fellowship as we decorate our church for the season. If you are available to help, please sign up in the church lobby.

Great Participation at Trunks of Treats

Posted November 2, 2010 in Church Outreach, Events, Family Ministries, News Articles

On Sunday, October 31st, Unity Baptist Church took some time to reach out to some of the families in our community through our annual Trunks of Treats event. On Halloween during the Trick-or-Treating hours, members of our church parked their cars and trucks in the parking lot and decorated their vehicle’s trunk with a variety of different themes which ranged from a Festive Fall Theme to an Alien Planet Theme. Children and families from the community were able to walk around to the different trunks and get candy from the owners of the vehicle.

Trunks of Treats was a great way for our church to reach out to the families in our community during the Halloween holiday. Not only were we able to put some smiles on children’s faces by giving them some candy, but we were also able to pass out information about our church along with a Gospel tract that outlined the plan of salvation. This event also provided a safe environment for families to bring their children during the trick-or-treating hours.

We thank all those that volunteered to help by providing candy, decorating their vehicle, and passing out treats to those in our community. We saw over 200 people come visit us at the church from 5 p.m to 8 p.m. that night; the most we’ve ever had turn out for our Trunks of Treats event. Pray that the Lord will use this event to encourage the families in our community towards a relationship with Christ.