The Fayette Citizen-Religion Page
Wednesday, December 16, 1998
Religion Briefs

Lisbon Baptist presents Christmas musical

"The Best Gift of All," a musical drama, is being performed this weekend by Lisbon Baptist Church. Admission is free and a nursery is provided for the Saturday and Sunday, 7 p.m. showings. Lisbon Baptist is at 1662 Ga. Highway 85 South in Fayetteville. For more information call 770-461-1583.

Adult basketball starting at New Hope

Adults 16 and older can sign up for co-ed basketball at New Hope Baptist Church for the league that runs Jan. 12 through March 30. Cost is $35 per player, including team jersey. For details, call New Hope Recreation at 770-461-4851.

Extra! Extra! Get your Christmas Post!

Sunday is the last chance to experience the music and dancing excitement of "The Christmas Post" at Braelinn Baptist Church. Inspired by two Norman Rockwell paintings, the play follows an aunt and her niece as they work to buy each other that one special Christmas present and discover that anything can happen on Christmas Eve. The musical stars church members Mike Hubbard, Holli Redlick, Jennifer Brown, Dan Handley and Lindsay Furchess. The 3 p.m. matinee is $5, and tickets are selling fast. A nursery is available. Call 770-487-6691 for more information.

Study examines tips for successful marriage

Heritage Christian Church of Peachtree City is holding a men's Bible study on "Strategies for a Successful Marriage," Friday mornings from 6:30-7:30 a.m. The series begins Jan. 8 and will be held at 14 Eastbrook Bend Executive Center. For a study guide and more information, call the church at 770-632-9948.

Church holds New Year's alternative

Dr. Joseph M. Ripley Sr. and The Body of Christ Christian Church of Fayetteville invite the public to their annual "Watch Night Service," Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. Holy Communion will be observed at the free service, at 1000 Kenwood Rd. A nursery and children's ministry will be provided. For more information, call the central office at 404-763-1700.

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