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Rev. Hazel Logan Sr. will be the guest speaker for the Byers Family Reunion at Shady Grove Baptist Church on Sunday, July 12, at 11:00 a.m.
Rev. Logan is the Associate Pastor of St. Peter Missionary Baptist Church in Grover, N.C., under Senior Pastor William Thompson. He completed theological and seminary studies through the Gaston Baptist Association and was ordained in 1996.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend this service.
Rev. Dr. Lee Byers Jr. is Pastor
The Pulpit Aid Ministry of Shady Grove Baptist Church will present a program, “The Whole Armor of God” on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
Guest speakers will be
- the Rev. James Sarratt from Mikes Creek Baptist Church
- the Rev. Brenda Miller from Lewis Chapel Baptist Church
- the Rev. Derrick Wood from Piney Grove Baptist Church
- Minister Verlinda Mintz from Concord Baptist Church
- the Rev. Tina Posey, associate minister at Grace Community Church, Spartanburg
- the Revs. Albert Phillips and Darrett Lattimore, associate ministers at Shady Grove Baptist Church.
Each speaker ‘s choir will give a short musical selection before they speak.
Everyone is cordially invited to come out and share in this joyous occasion. We look forward to having you fellowship with us.
Julitan Foster, President
The Rev. Lee Byers, Jr., Pastor
Jeff Coleman a former renowned football player, will be one of the speakers at the NAACP Black History Forum and Dinner on Monday March 23rd at Allen Temple Methodist Church at 6:00 p.m.
The complimentary meal will be served at 6:00-6:45, and the forum will begin at 7:00 p.m. Coleman and William Manning will share personal scenarios and challenges encountered as they traveled the ‘Road to Success’.
Coleman is the Assistant Vice President, Customer & Programs and Relationship Management with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. He is also an Assistant Vice President and Business Initiatives Consultant covering the West Region for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.
In his role with Customer & Community Programs and Relationship Management, Coleman’s primary focus is to plan, develop, and execute programs that assist customers’ home ownership needs, while improving and strengthening communities.
Coleman is a a 1994 graduate of Gaffney High School and almunus of the University of Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning.
The program coordinator is Ms. Mary Edwards.
The Rev. Wilbert Jamison is the NAACP president.
William Manning, a 1993 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, will be one of the speakers at the NAACP Black History Forum and Dinner on Monday March 23rd at Allen Temple Methodist Church at 6:00 p.m. The complimentary meal will be served at 6:00-6:45, and the forum will begin at 7:00 p.m. Jeff Coleman, a renowned former football player will also speak on the forum. Both will share personal scenarios and challenges encountered as they travel the ‘Road to Success’.
Manning is currently the Senior Vice President of Global Commercial Banking at the Bank of America in Charlotte. He joined Bank of America in 2006 as a Program Manager in Global Wealth & Investment Management. For two years, he served as the Military Segment Sales Executive and as a Customer Experience Executive in the Community North and Southeast Regions. He moved to his current position in June 2013.
In addition to his current position, Manning serves on the Board of the United Service Organization (USO) of NC providing health and human services to troops and their families, and as the Charlotte lead for the Military Affairs Advisory Council advising the bank’s executive leadership team. A recurring speaker and mentor, and for his ongoing work, Manning was selected as a 2012 recipient of Bank of America’s Global Diversity & Inclusion award, among numerous global nominees.
Manning has served with distinction as a Combat Engineer officer in the US Army for five years, an Airborne Ranger, a Master Parachutist in the Army’s famed 82nd Airborne Division, and a Six Sigma Black Belt and Product Marketing Manager for General Electric in Atlanta for five years (holding high Six Sigma certification to implement an improvement system to develop new processes or products at Six Sigma quality levels – define, measure, analyze, improve, control).
Manning is a graduate of Gaffney High School, West Point Military Academy (majoring in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering), a former member of Shady Grove Baptist church, and the son of Deacon and Mrs. Eugene and Dorothy Manning of Gaffney. William and his wife Sonja have three children and live in Charlotte, NC.
The program coordinator is Ms. Mary Edwards. Rev. Wilbert Jamison is the NAACP president.
Minister Juanita Dewberry spoke as part of a program honoring cancer survivors and those still dealing with it.
Those honored included Dea. Eugene Manning; Dea. Dean Dover; the Rev. L.C. Knuckles; Dea. James Shippy; Sis. Teresa Wallace and granddaughter; Tamaria Gregory; Sis. Connie Weeks; Sis. Stacy Lipscomb; Sis. Sarah Graham; Sis. Wanda Smith; Sis. Esther Byers; Sis. Peggy Whittenburg; Sis. Evelyn Shippy; Sis. Bridgett Rainey; Sis. Fannie Bonner; Sis. Dianne Norris; and guest speaker Minister Dewberry.
The Senior Missionary and Young Womens Auxiliary also hosted a “salad luncheon” after the morning service. Members of the Senior Missionary and YWA prepared and shared various types of salads: chicken salad, ham salad, potato salad, pasta salad, carrot salad, taco salad and more. Pink punch and pink cake were the dessert.
Minister Juanita Dewberry will be the guest speaker for the Shady Grove Baptist Church ‘Cancer and Pink Sunday’ observance October 19, 2014 during the 11:00 a.m. worship service. Minister Dewberry is an Associate of Limestone Baptist Church, where Rev. Michael Golden is pastor. She was licensed to preach in March 2005, and continues to exercise her gifts and carry forth God’s word.
Minister Dewberry is a kingdom builder serving as president of ‘My Sister’s Keeper Ministry’, Ladies Bible Study teacher, and assist with the Sunday School ministry. According to Minister Dewberry, “She loves studying for her sermons and keeps God’s word and a sermon on her heart and one in her pocket”.
She is married to Deacon Chris Dewberry and they have two children and four grandchildren.
The Shady Grove Senior Missionary and Women’s Ministry will be in charge of the service. All cancer survivors will be recognized and ladies and men are asked to wear some pink, or all pink for this observance. To support the American Cancer Society and its efforts, a special donation will be taken on October 19th and 26th.
Following the service, a repast will be held in the Rev. London C. Knuckles Fellowship Hall featuring salads, pink cake, and pink lemonade. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Sis. Dorothy Manning is the Senior Missionary President. The Rev. Lee Byers, Jr. is pastor.
The Shady Grove Baptist Church will observe its annual Homecoming Service Sunday August 17th at 11: 00 a.m., and Revival Services Monday through Wednesday August18-20, beginning at 7:00 p.m. nightly. This year’s revival theme is: “Making Preparation for Elevation”.
The speaker for the Sunday, August 17th Homecoming Service will Rev. Jacob Cleo Hunter, Associate Minister at Island Creek Baptist Church.
A Homecoming dinner will be served following morning worship.
Monday, August 18th, the speaker will be Dr. M. K. McDaniel, a passionate preacher and teacher of the gospel serves as the pastor of the 1,300-member Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church located in Spartanburg, SC. Dr. McDaniel’s ministry distinctively promotes reconciliation and redemption in such a way that lives are transformed by the power and mercy found in God’s word.
Dr. McDaniel completed his pastoral studies at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, NC. There he served as a Chaplin in the Urban Ministries department of Pastoral Care. Much of his work focused on ministering to families in financial crisis and homeless men. He has been afforded the opportunity to preach and gives lectures at churches, colleges and universities throughout the country.
In 2011 Dr. McDaniel completed his first written work. Live Your Kingdom Life Now: A Theological Guide To Living By Choice Not By Chance and in 2014 he completed his second written work; If God Be For Us: Pastoral Reflections of Faith and Family Concerning the Black Church. Dr. McDaniel is an honor graduate of Shaw University where he majored in Religion and Philosophy and minored in business management. He continued graduate and post graduate studies at Duke Divinity School, Durham, NC and at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio receiving a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree respectively. In 2007 Pastor McDaniel was invited to Harvard University to participate in a program that focused on economic development and community revitalization.
He currently serves as Secretary of Spartanburg County Baptist Association, is a founding member and Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Spartanburg Village Network. He is also a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.
A native of Winston Salem, N.C. he is a man who loves God and his family. He is married to Latron McDaniel and the proud father of four beautiful children: Marceo Keith Jr., Madison, Savion, and Kensley.
His favorite scripture is Romans 8:38-39 “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
Rev. Walter R. Belton is a native of Ridgeway, S.C. and has served as pastor of St. Paul Baptist Church for seven years. He received his formal education in the public school system and continued his education at the Professional Training Institute, Midlands Technical Center in 1993, the Christian Life School of Theology in 2000, and the Interdenominational Theological Seminary in Atlanta in 2009. Pastor Belton received his doctorate degree in 2014.
Pastor Belton serves as PTO president and on the School Improvement Advisory Board at Cleveland Elementary School, at the Miracle Hill Rescue mission, on the Habitat for Humanity Board, REACH of the UPSTATE Board, and the Executive Board of the Spartanburg County Baptist Association. Pastor Belton is married to Sharon Elaine Lewis and they have four wonderful children, Daphne Qualls, Moesha, Antronethia, and Josiah Belton.
Pastor Jackson is a native of Chesterfield County, Virginia and the youngest of seven children. Dr. Jackson received his Bachelor or Arts and Bachelor of Theology degrees from the Richmond Virginia Seminary, Richmond, Virginia. In May 2000, he received his Master of Divinity from the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University in Richmond, Virginia. He graduated from Erskine Theological Seminary in Due West, S.C. with a Doctoral degree in Ministry in May 2006.
He is also the co-founder of Joy and Strength Ministries and Charles Jackson Ministries, LLC. He is the author of a new book “Outreach Theology; Transitioning the Traditional Church” which provides biblical application to connecting community and church. In April of 2011 Dr. Jackson was consecrated as Bishop.
The Cornerstone Church family has recently completed a multi-million dollar building project and moved into a new sanctuary, life center, and educational complex.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend these services.
Speaking for this occasion will be the Rev. C. A. Wallace, pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Gaffney. He will be accompanied by his choirs and congregation.
Rev. Byers serves as a member of the Executive Board of the Thickety Mountain Baptist Association, member of the Thickety Mountain Association Trustee Board, Vice President of the Association Ministerial Alliance, and an advisor to the Thickety Mountain Brotherhood Auxiliary. He is also a very active member and participant in all activities of the Cherokee County “Giving Back” Organization. He also received the Bachelor in Theology Degree from North Carolina College of Theology in spring of 2012.
Rev. Byers is married to the former Esther Montgomery of Gaffney, and they have five adult children and ten grandchildren.
The Gospel Choir will be providing special music during the morning worship service.
Everyone is cordially invited to be with us as we give God the praise and celebrate this momentous occasion. An anniversary luncheon will be provided immediately following the service.