Bethlehem Missionary Baptist, 1711 N. Claremont Ave., will hold its Fall Revival beginning on Oct. 7.
Each service will feature an anointed and powerful guest pastor. Revival services will begin with the 3 p.m. Homecoming service with Bishop John Parks and the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church family as guests.
Four power-packed nights of preaching start Tuesday, Oct. 9 with guests Dr. Sir Walter Mack and the Union Baptist Church family. Rev. James C. Hash Jr. and the St. Peter’s World Outreach Center family will be on hand Wednesday, Oct. 10. On Thursday, Rev. Michael King and the Baileytown Christian Church of Walnut Cove will be the guests of the church. Services will conclude on Friday, Oct. 12 with Dr. Nilous Avery, vice president at large of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and pastor of the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Salisbury. All revival services will be held at 7:30 p.m.
“Revival is not something that we ought to do just to carry out an annual tradition. We should have revival to share with others a message of hope and promise,” said Bethlehem Pastor Dwight Hash. “If ever there was a time that people need to hear that message, that time is now.”
Everyone is invited. Those who come are asked to bring canned-good items or a box of nonperishable food for the Bethlehem Food Pantry, which helps to meet needs in the community.