Oak Chapel to hold homecoming and revival

by | October 28, 2011 9:58 am

   The popular South Carolina group, the

Providence Quartet, will open up Homecoming activities at Oak

Chapel Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 6.  Singing will begin at

10:30 a.m., followed by the homecoming message by the Rev. Grady

Collins, area missionary.  A covered dish luncheon will be served

in the church fellowship hall immediately following the

service.

   Revival services will begin on Monday night, Nov. 7, and will

run through Wednesday, beginning at 7 p.m. each evening.  The Rev.

J. Scott McKinney, pastor of Wrens Baptist Church, will be the

revival speaker.  A graduate of Swainsboro High School and of

Georgia Southern University, Rev.  McKinney was called into the

ministry in 2005 and ordained in 2006.  He received his Master of

Divinity degree at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and

has served as pastor of Wrens Baptist Church since 2006.  He and

his wife, Christa, have two children, Taylor and Sam.

   Pastor Ray Jenkins and Associate Pastor Larry Compton invite

everyone to attend these special meetings.

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