The Salem Messenger April 2015

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The Salem Messenger April 2015
The Salem Messenger
April 2015
~Building a family of faith believers~
Due to April 5th being Easter Sunday, April &
May Celebrations will be combined next
month on the first Sunday. All persons who
have a birthday and/or anniversary in these
months, join me next month on May 3rd at
4:00pm at Parsonage.
Pastor McCall-Livingston
SALEM WOVEN
150TH ANNIVERSARY BLANKETS
Blankets are on sale NOW for $60!!!
Contact any member of the anniversary
committee to place your order. size--- 48' by 67'
First order will be submitted April 13th.
LOOKING FOR SALEM 2015
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE GRADUATES
Please submit contact information along with a
picture and future plans for the May Newsletter to salemo[email protected] or place in church
office. Deadline for all submissions is
Thursday, April 23, 2015.
FLIP FLOP SUNDAY
May 3, 2015
You don’t want to miss this Sunday…it will be the most dynamic and unusual Sunday ever in the
history, I believe of Salem Church. You are invited to wear “flip flops” of course as your desired
shoes...for truly you will be on Holy Ground. Don’t miss this extraordinary worship experience.
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The Salem Messenger
ISSAC DUNNIE HUNTER
ALICE NORWOOD
VELENTA MATHEWS
BRITTANY HARMON
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Emmaus Walk
Monthly Calendar
GTEC Walks 2015
1st Sundays, 4.00p.m.—Celebration with Pastor
July 16-19 Men's Walk #153
July 23-26 Women's Walk #154
Oct. 22-25 Women's Walk #155
http://www.goldentriangleemmaus.org
Tips For Success
Outline Your Plan: Decide on how you will
deal with temptation. This could include calling
on a friend for help, practicing positive thinking
and self-talk, or reminding yourself how “your
“bad” will affect your goal.
2nd Monday, 6:00 p.m.– Usher Meeting
2nd Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.– Trustee Meeting
2nd Thursday, 6:30 p.m.-Finance Committee
4th Sunday, 4:00 p.m.-Church Council
Feed My Sheep:
2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th Saturdays 11:00-1:00
March Newsletter Deadline April 23, 2015
SENIOR ADULT GAME DAY
First UMC invites all senior citizens to come out each
Monday at First UMC for 10am. For more
information call 409.886.7466.
SALEM CHILDREN & YOUTH 2ND SUNDAY
TRAIN UP A CHILD IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO:
AND WHEN HE IS OLD,
HE WILL NOT DEPART FROM IT.
"A Christian must keep the faith, but not to himself."
— Jim Patrick
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APRIL 2015
DANIEL HALE WILLIAMS
PERFORMED OPEN HEART SURGERY IN 1983
LEWIS LATIMER
PATENTED THE CARBON FILAMENT FOR THE LIGHT BULB IN 1881
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER
DISCOVERED PLASTICS, PAINTS, DYES, AND MANY USES FOR THE PEANUT IN 1894
MADAM C J WALKER
DISCOVERED THE PROCESS FOR STRAIGHTENING KINKY HAIR IN 1905
ANNIE MALONE
PATENTED HOT COMB IN 1900
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
1865 –1915—BELIEVED THAT BLACKS SHOULD FOCUS ON AN EDUCATION AND LEARNING INDUSTRIAL SKILLS
HIRAM RHODES REVELS
1827 –1901—BECAME THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN ELECTED TO THE U.S. SENATE AND CONGRESS IN 1870. WON HIS
SEAT BY 81:15 VOTE COUNT IN MISSISSIPPI STATE SENATE
FREDERICK DOUGLAS
1818-1895—GAINED INTENTIONAL FAME AS AN ORATOR, WRITER, AND PUBLISHER. TRUSTED ADVISOR TO PRESIDENT
ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND HELP UNIFY AFRO-AMERICANS FOR THE
FAMOUS 54TH MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT.
SOUJOURNER TRUTH
1797-1885—TRAVELED COUNTRY PREACHING ABOUT ABOLIISHING SLAVERY.
HELPED RECRUIT SLAVES FOR CIVIL WAR
ELLA BAKER
CIVIL RIGHTS LEADER IN 1930
WILLIE JOHNSON
MADE THE EGG BEATER
SARA BOONE
INVENTED THE IRONING BOARD
FANNIE C. WILLIAMS
BORN IN BILOXI, MISSISSIPPI AND BECAME AN EDUCATOR IN NEW ORLEANS, LA
LUCY STATON DAY
FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN TO GRADUATE COLLEGE.
HARRIETT TUBMAN
LEAD SLAVES TO FREEDOM USING THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATIED!!!
-Rev. Dr. Carolyn McCall-Livingston

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