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Church notes

– Fish fry and bake sale at New Bethel Baptist Church Saturday, Sept. 19, beginning 11 a.m.
3727 US Highway 601 South, Mocksville.
– Remnant in Christ Outreach Worship Center (RICO) will not have Bible study today due to an engagement at Yadkin Grove Missionary Baptist Church. For information call 704-638-5515 or contact ricoevents627@aol.com
– The Piedmont Singing Men in concert Sept. 20, 6 p.m., Cross of Christ Lutheran Church, 4500 Rimer Road, Concord. Free.
– Fish fry and hot dog sale 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sept. 19 at Lilly’s Chapel Church of God, 618 W. Thomas St. Proceeds benefit reading and math enrichment program.
– Gospel concert, 5 p.m., Sept. 19. Meeting Room Baptist Church, 3553 Old Greensboro Road, Thomasville. Featuring The Evangelicals of Lexington. Pastor is Thomas Bosier. 336-476-1130.
– Holly Mount Baptist Church and Friends of Thickety Creek benefit bluegrass and gospel music festival starts noon, Sept. 19, Thickety Creek ball field, 1947 Thickety Creek Road, Mt. Gilead. benefit for Bradley Reid Thompson, in need of a heart transplant. Food available. Bring chair.
– Women of Power Fellowship, topic: “Pearl of Great Price,” empowering women. Grace Deliverance Tabernacle, 1237 Old W. Innes St. 8:30-noon Saturday. Dr. Patricia Trueblood, host pastor.
– Movie night at First Baptist Church of China Grove Sept. 19. Showing “The Ride.” Free. www.chinagrovefbc.com/movies.

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