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Board of Education Forum Held Wa Jine We: Jim Bacote

By Clarence “Teddy” Williams (@Trigon)

On Sunday, May 6, 2018, the local Pan Hellenic Council (Greek Letter Organizations), the Savannah Herald and the Savannah Tribune sponsored a political forum for candidates seeking office in the May 22, 2018 School Board Election at St. Philp AME Church on MLK, Jr. Boulevard. The forum was coordinated by the Trigon Group. The attendance that night was great and 20%30% of the audience consisted of educators. Nine of the eleven candidates were present at the forum. The forum was moderated by Margret Williams of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The panel consisted of Hope Johnson of the Panhellenic Council, Tanya Milton of the Savannah Tribune Newspaper and Kenneth Adams of the Savannah Herald Newspaper. Candidates participating were: Joseph A. Buck, Lawrence L. Lower, David K. Lerch, Tyesha R. Whitely, Irene G. Hines, Theresa L. Watson, Alfreda J. Goldwire, Tonia D. Howard-Hall and Ruby Jones. After an opening statement from each candidate, questions from the panel and the audience were asked. Some of the questions were: 1. What is your function as School Board President? 2. What is your function as a School Board Member? 3. Do you think that we should increase the mileage rate to provide fair compensation for our teachers? 4. Should teachers carry guns into our schools? 5. What are your views concerning school safety and security? 6. How will you support the superintendent? 7. As a school board member, how will you address diversity? 8. What is your stance on undocumented immigrants attending our schools? 9. What will you do to turn around failing schools? 10. Will you re-evaluate the times for informal and regular board meetings so that more people can attend? 11. What is the SCCPSS role in combatting student who are homeless? See Forum-Page 4A

SCCPSS Board of Education President candidates left to right Joe Buck, David Lerch Tyesha Whitely, and Larry Lower.

SCCPSS Board of Education district candidates left to right: 5th District-Irene Hines and Theresa Watson, 6th District-Alfreda Goldwire and 8th District- Dr. Tonia Howard-Hall and Ruby Jones.

Hungry Club Presents Washington-Walker Award

Rev. Dr. Francys Johnson, former Georgia NAACP President and Democratic candidate for U.S. House of Representatives was presented the Washington-Walker Award by the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah. The award is named in honor of Booker T. Washington and Madame C.J. Walker and honors individuals and organizations making outstanding contributions in the areas of business development, education, and advocacy for inclusion in the mainstream of American life.

Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Gamma Sigma Omega chapter is celebrating 75 years of serving Chatham County. Noted as the founding organization and continued supporter of Greenbriar Children’s Center, Gamma Sigma Omega (GSO) chapter is inviting the community to celebrate a legacy of sisterhood, service and sustainability. As part of their 75th Anniversary celebration, GSO will host two events in May. The first event, the “75th Anniversary Inspiration and Recognitions”, will be held at First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401 on Sunday, May 20, 2018, 4:00 p.m. As the first meeting place of GSO in 1943, First African Baptist Church will serve as GSO 75th anniversary commencement to honor community partnerships and milestones. “A Diamond and Pearl Affair - 75th Anniversary Gala”, the second event, will be held on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at Savannah State University, Student Union Ballroom, 3219 College Street, Savannah, Georgia 31404. This formal attire celebration will feature music by the Versatile Band. The reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner and dancing. See AKA - Page 4A

Jim Bacote standing in front of Geechee Kunda shout house (Photo: Jason Fields) Special Guest Column by Hermina Glass-Hill, MHP

Riceboro’s renowned Gullah Geechee Civil Rights activist and Pan Africanist, Jim Bacote, passed away quietly in his home last Sunday, May 6, 2018. In the Islamic tradition, his body was washed, wrapped, and laid to rest two days later at a simple life celebration of prayer and burial at Greenwood Cemetery in Brunswick, Georgia. “When an old man dies, a library burns to the ground.” This African proverb captures the life of Jim Bacote who returned to his ancestral home here in Liberty County in 2000 to contribute to the preservation of African history and culture that developed along the Sea Islands. I paid a visit to the Geechee Kunda Cultural Arts Center and Museum compound the day before the funeral and I found Pat Bacote, Jim’s wife and co-creator of the cultural site, surrounded by a community of women. They were holding one another up with stories, laughter, and wisdom. When I approached the open-air pavilion of the Welcome House, I hesitated to interrupt the gathering. But Pat looked back at me and said, “Why are you standing back there? Come on and join us. You’re a woman. Speak up and let us know you’re here.” That is what Geechee Kunda is all about. “Geechee” (also Gullah Geechee) refers to the African-based living culture that has survived for more than 250 years through enslavement, the eras of Reconstruction and Jim Crow, and it continues to thrive from North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and North Florida. It includes foodways, language, art, and community. And “Kunda” means house of hope. In other words, Pat was saying “Wa jine we!” Translation: Come and join us! I began the interview in the Community Hall requesting a word or phrase that describes Jim. With no hesitation in her voice, Pat said, “Amazingly innovative!” She explained: “We have lived and traveled to many places including Michigan, Pennsylvania, California, and Burkina Faso in West Africa where we owned and operated a textile factory and we have traveled extensively around the globe. Jim and I, we were born in coastal Georgia in Brunswick. And we made a conscious decision to return here to the land of our ancestors in Liberty County– to achieve a vision of sharing African history and culture and to build bridges with diverse communities from all around the world so that healing and understanding can begin to take place.” “In 2000, when we built Geechee Kunda, nobody else was doing that in the United States, especially as it pertains to the Gullah-Geechee culture. Over time, we understood that right here in Liberty County, little old Riceboro, off I-95, our facility had developed into a tourism destination and it is truly an epicenter, a place for people to gather, see, and learn of the great history of Africans through the lens of the Gullah Geechee people. Globalization of this living culture is here. The myth is that our culture it is dying. No! We are about hope. We are alive!” “Jim believed that all African-descended people in America are Gullah Geechee. And the gatherings See BACOTE - Page 4A


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Third Praise Dance Anniversary

tion of the Blind of Chatham County will meet Saturday, May 19, 2018 in the community room at Williams Court, 1900 Lincoln Street. The meeting will begin at 2:30 PM.

Summer Day Camp Now Open

Mrs. Rebecca Wilson and the Liberty City Praise Dancers invite you to their Third Praise Dance Anniversary, Sunday, May

20th,2018 at 4:00 PM at the Liberty City Seniors Center Complex at 1401 Mill B. Lane Blvd. (52nd Street Extension), Savan-

nah, Georgia. Come and be spiritually moved by this dance group along with many other dance groups.

Live Lecture With Professor Griff

the meeting and introduce guest speakers Mrs. Nancy Devetta, Head Attorney from Georgia Legal Services and Chatham County Sheriff John T. Welcher. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call the NAACP office at 912-233-4161 or visit www.savnaacp.com.

Cons.” Ms. Jackson will also share interesting facts and answer questions about her tenure as mayor. She will share her views on the election of another African American as mayor for the city of Savannah and who she thinks that person might be. WATT invites you to come join in the discussion Sunday afternoon, May 20th, 5:00pm. It will be held at Dandy Youth Development Corporation, (DYDC) 3709 Waters Avenue at 54th Street. The admission is free and it’s open to the public.

Live Lecture with the living legend from the Hip Hop Group “Public Enemy” “Professor Griff” will be held on May 18, 2018, with a Performance by Savannah’s own “Amir Toure’. And a Presentation by Brother Bernard James. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. CALL/TEXT 912-2007886 for ticket delivery.

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Savannah Branch Discuss the State NAACP to Host of Savannah F o r mer Mass Meeting

On Sunday, May 27, at 4 pm, the Redress Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP will host the May Mass Meeting at Tremont Temple Misssionary Baptist Church located at 1110 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and where Quenton J. Morris, Jr. is pastor. Dr. Marie Miller, Chair of the Redress Committee, will define the issues for

M a y o r, Ms. Edna Jackson NFBCC will join Meeting Planned Wo m e n The National FederaAt The Table for a lively and candid discussion about the current State of Savannah; “The Pros and

Summer Day Camp Now Open at the West Broad Street YMCA Day Camp, like many Y programs, is about learning skills, developing character and making friends. But few environments are as special as camps where kids become a community as they learn both how to be more independent and how to contribute to a group. At the West Broad Street Day Camp, campers engage in physical, social and educational activities. Our Y counselors are dedicated to making sure camp is an amazing experience for every camper. The West Broad Street YMCA Summer Day Camp is now accepting registration for children 4-15 years old. There is a registration fee. The West Broad Street YMCA is open Monday-Friday from 7:00 AM 8:00 PM. For more information on the program and registration packets call or visit the West Broad Street YMCA Front Desk.

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Letter to the Editor: “LET’S GET READY TO TAKE ACTION!” What are we doing wrong? Why aren’t we questioning our leaders? Are our representatives representing us or themselves? Our communities have supported many of our representatives for two terms or two decades and more and improvements have yet to come. Investment is promised and not delivered. What we are paying for and our return are two different things. Providing people the best fact supported information is a great starting point to turning things around. The City of Savannah has committed high crimes. The cost of living rates continue to rise. The City is floating bonds while imposing a fire fee. The fire fee will be collected in one lump sum this year and two times next year in your property tax bill. This fire fee will also be a part of your mortgage escrow which will then become a tax. Any tax of this nature should have been placed on a ballot for the public to vote up or down. This fee, and soon to be tax, should be reviewed by our court system. How can we improve our schools and are we getting our monies worth from our 1/2 billion dollar school system? A graduation rate of 84.3% is good but not excellent. At the same time, 55.3% of black

males are graduating from our Chatham County Public Schools. The data reveals the truth. The Chatham county district score is a ‘D’ (66.9) and 42.1% of our children are reading at or above the 3rd grade level target. Only 55.5% are ready for college. The 3rd grade reading score are a major indicator to prisons on how many beds will be needed in the future. The evidence hits home. Butler Elementary School has a grade of ‘D’ (63.3). From the years 2013 to 2017, Butler had 3 ‘D’s and 2 ‘F’s in regards to performance. Only 13.8% of Butler’s 3rd graders are reading at or above grade level target. Looking at other predominately black K-5 schools, the report states: Haven Elementary School received a ‘D’ (62). From 2013 to 2017, 4 ‘F’s and 1 ‘D’. Only 8.8% of Haven children are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. Carrie E. Gould Elementary School has a ‘D’ (62.5). From 2013 to 2017, 3 ‘D’s and 2 ‘F’s. Only 39% of Gould children are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. Otis J. Brock Elementary School (formerly Bartow Elementary) has a grade of ‘F’ (57.6). From 2013 to 2017, 5 ‘F’s. Only 26.5% of Brock children

Savannah Herald Newspaper are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. Robert W. Gadsden Elementary School has a grade of ‘D’ (61.6). From 2013 to 2017, 4 ‘D’s and 1 ‘F’. Only 19.7% of Gadsden children are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. Rice Creek Elementary School has a ‘D’ (66.4). From 2016 to 2017, 1 ‘F’ and 1 ‘D’. Only 38.8% of Rice Creek children are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. Hodge Elementary School has a grade of ‘F’ (57.2). From 2013 to 2017, 5 ‘F’s. Only 31.6% of Hodge children are reading at or above 3rd grade level target. To fact check the above information, go to http:// schoolgrades.georgia.gov/ butler-elementary. There has been success in Chatham County schools. What must be done to improve these failing schools is to replicate the successful best practices being implemented in the better performing schools. The intent of this letter is to ensure that the citizens are not MISINFORMED or UNINFORMED regarding the issues that face us all. Armed with this information, we should know what the issues are and what to ask our representatives because according to these figures, we are not rising. Respectfully submitted, Curtis V. Cooper, Jr.

Barbara Seidman Wants to Rally Up the Support for Veterans When people thank veterans for their service, they are often showing enormous gratitude for the unwavering commitment made when they enlisted. But what about the scars and battle wounds that one cannot see? After the war is over and the rapid deployments have ceased, what support are these heroes given to transition from a hectic war zone back to their safe haven? Barbara Seidman, who is running for Georgia’s 1st Congressional District, believes that more can be done to support these veterans as they leave their military fatigues behind and enter back into the civilian sector. When she is elected, her first priority is to foster a bill that caters to our men and women in the military. Seidman says this bill will re-evaluate the status of returning Veterans, reconnect them with society and re-establish their roles within their families. Some Vets who are returning from war struggle to obtain the proper health care as well as to navigate their benefits says Seidman. The VA has the potential to lose the accountability of our men and women in the service and those who do not wear their scars on their sleeves; the internal wounds are just as significant, says Seidman. Seidman says she has a daughter who served in the Iraq war is now struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and symptoms of these unique characteristics have brought great disruption into her life and the lives of other Vets like her. PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that has the potential to occur in individuals who have experienced or have witnessed a traumatic event such as war/combat, natural disasters, heinous accidents, terrorist attacks or acts and other personal assaults such as rape or violence on others. “I’ve seen what PTSD does to people! I’m dealing with this and living with this every day,” says Seidman. She expresses that while her daughter is receiving the proper care for PTSD such as medication and shelter, she is aware that other military service men and women are not. “There is no need for our Vets to be homeless,” Seidman says, “and not receiving the benefits they’re entitled to. I will forester a Bill that will: reevaluate these Veterans, give the Veterans houses, whether it be vouchers or an apartment complex to fix up, and allow these Veterans to live in them.” If it weren’t for our Veterans defending our country and risking their lives for the Red, White, and Blue, we wouldn’t have our freedom or have the luxury to do the things we do. Our Veterans deserve to get a pension, financial support, psychological support, and support from their families. We owe it to our Vets to provide them with a smooth transition back into the civilian sector, and this is what Barbara Seidman will deliver to Georgia’s 1st Congressional District. If elected to the 1st District, Seidman will take care of our Veterans by passing legislation, which mandates better homes for Veterans, rallies up the proper awareness and support that our military Vets deserve.

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MPC’s New Executive Director Appointed She received her B.A. Masters of Planning Degree in Political Science from from the Univ. of Virginia University of North Car- School Of Architecture. olina at Chapel Hill and

Melanie Wilson

The Metropolitan Planning Commission voted unanimously at the March 13th meeting to hire Melanie Wilson as Executive Director of the Planning Commission. She reported to work on Monday, April 30, 2018 after a thorough search was conducted under the leadership of the Planning Commission Executive Search Committee. According to MPC Board Chairman Joseph Ervin, Wilson brings more than 30 years of experience in city and regional planning to our area. Her background in urban planning and development is critical at a time in our city’s history as we expand the perimeter of our downtown footprint. It is important to have an experienced planner and she is the right person to bridge the gap as Savannah further develops as the anchor and powerhouse for economic growth and development in this region. Wilson has an extensive background in environmental, land use and strategic planning.


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and sharing that take place here, and the honoring of all human beings, no matter one’s race, gender, or faith, are what make the programs and community-building at Geechee Kunda work so well. If you can embrace the idea that Africans possess high culture like all great cultures in the world, then you are welcomed at Geechee Kunda. European visitors from various countries including England and Germany among many nations, as well as Native Americans have been inspired to join us at Geechee Kunda.” This kind gesture illustrates just how much progress humanity has made since the 1960s when Jim was a young boy. While improvements have been made we still have some distance to go. Born December 18, 1948 in Brunswick, Georgia in Glynn County to Sally and James Richardson Bacote, Sr., at fifteen years of age he was vividly aware of the racial inequalities at segregated Jekyll Island State Park in Glynn County. On Thursday July 2, 1964, two days prior to American Independence Day holiday, President Lyn-

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don B. Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act which ended de facto and de jure segregation in America’s public places and banned employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Jim Bacote and four other African American youth were, in many ways, the impetus for the integration of other facilities throughout the state of Georgia. May 8, 2018, Tuesday morning just as the sun was stretching across the morning sky to show her full glory, Pat Bacote, her family, and a large group of Geechee Kunda friends gathered around the simple casket in which Jim lay. Imam Ibrahim called everyone in attendance to Salat al-Janazah, collective prayer. He asked whosoever desired to grab a handful of the sandy soil and to sprinkle it over the burial. And one-by-one a diverse group of people from all walks of life, blessed Jim with the soil that perhaps he had played in as a young boy in Brunswick, Georgia.

Glass-Hill is a scholar, author, and public historian. She is the executive director of the Susie King Taylor Women’s Institute and Ecology Center in Midway, Georgia

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12. What can be done to assist parents who do an administrative placement to get their child away from the bullying? 13. Do you believe that every child is entitled to free public school education? How will you ensure that will happen if elected? 14. If an alliance of parents from your district lobbied you to table an issue for clarity sake, would you? 15. Why is there a shortage of teachers in Chatham County? 16. Define “Neighborhood Schools” and do we have them in our system? 17. What is your understanding of the current SACS recommendation for the board? Candidates gave their responses and the audience agreed or disagreed verbally and non-verbally. There were moments of hand clapping and there were moments when body language was all that was needed. We encourage you to visit the web site of each candidate. Find out more about them. Email them. Call them and then vote for the candidate of YOUR CHOICE on May 22, 2018. Transportation to the polls on May 22, 2018 will be coordinated by the Savannah Branch NAACP (912) 233-4161 and The Trigon Group at (803) 9443707. Follow us on Facebook for updates and more!

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Experienced Dedicated Accountable Accomplishments during my tenure: •Turned schools around

•Built new schools throughout the county •Put technology in all the schools •84.3 % graduation rate in 2017 •40 Million dollars earned by 2017 graduates •100% graduation rate at Woodville Tompkins and Early College •Apprenticeship programs in all High Schools as construction, welding, fire fighting, Hotel management, barbering, nail care etc. •Brought Transportation back in house and saved millions of dollars •Selected a bright cutting edge, outstanding superintendent Dr. Ann Levett

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Savannah Herald Sample Ballot Primary Election May 22, 2018 Chatham County, Georgia GOVERNOR oStaCeY aBRamS - DemoCRat o StaCeY eVaNS - DemoCRat o l.S. “CaSeY” CaGle - RepUBlICaN o eDDIe HaYeS - RepUBlICaN o HUNteR HIll - RepUBlICaN o BRIaN Kemp - RepUBlICaN o ClaY tIppINS - RepUBlICaN o mICHael WIllIamS - RepUBlICaN LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR o SaRaH RIGGS amICo - DemoCRat o tRIaNa aRNolD JameS - DemoCRat o GeoFF DUNCaN - RepUBlICaN o RICK JeFFaReS - RepUBlICaN o DaVID SHaFeR - RepUBlICaN

STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 1 o SaNDRa WoRKmaN - DemoCRat o BeN WatSoN - RepUBlICaN - INCUmBeNt

(These candidates have no Primary Election opposition and will face one another in the November 6, 2018 General election)

MEMBER, BOARD OF ELECTIONS (DemoCRatIC poSt JoNeS) o aNtWaN t. laNG - DemoCRat o allDReIN mURRaY - DemoCRat o JoSepH J. (Joe) SteFFeN, JR. - DemoCRat MEMBER, BOARD OF ELECTIONS (RepUBlICaN poSt HeImeS) o maRIaNNe m HeImeS - RepUBlICaN INCUmBeNt o DeBoRaH matHIS DIFIoRe - RepUBlICaN

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SECRETARY OF STATE o JoHN BaRRoW - DemoCRat o Dee DaWKINS-HaIGleR - DemoCRat o RaKeIm “RJ” HaDleY - DemoCRat o BUZZ BRoCKWaY - RepUBlICaN o DaVID Belle ISle - RepUBlICaN o JoSH mCKooN - RepUBlICaN o BRaD RaFFeNSpeRGeR ATTORNEY GENERAL o CHaRlIe BaIleY - DemoCRat o CHRIS CaRR - RepUBlICaN

(These candidates have no Primary Election opposition and will face one another in the November 6, 2018 General election)

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE o FReD SWaNN - DemoCRat o GaRY BlaCK - RepUBlICaN - INCUmBeNt

(These candidates have no Primary Election opposition and will face one another in the November 6, 2018 General election)

COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE o JaNICe laWS - DemoCRat o CINDY ZelDIN - DemoCRat o JIm BeCK - RepUBlICaN o JaY FloReNCe - RepUBlICaN o tRaCY JoRDaN - RepUBlICaN

STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT o SID CHapmaN - DemoCRat o Sam moStelleR - DemoCRat o otHa e. tHoRNtoN, JR. - DemoCRat o JoHN BaRGe - RepUBlICaN o RICHaRD WooDS - RepUBlICaN - INCUmBeNt COMMISSIONER OF LABOR o RICHaRD KeatleY - DemoCRat o FReD QUINN - DemoCRat o maRK BUtleR - RepUBlICaN - INCUmBeNt UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 1 o lISa m. RING - DemoCRat o BaRBaRa a. SeIDmaN - DemoCRat o eaRl l. “BUDDY” CaRteR - RepUBlICaN INCUmBeNt

NON PARTISAN SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT o Joe BUCK o DaVID K leRCH o laRRY loWeR o BettY l. G. moRGaN o tYe BoNapaRte WHItelY SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 5 o IReNe GaDSoN HINeS - INCUmBeNt o tHeReSa WatSoN SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 6 o alFReDa J. GolDWIRe o DaVID BRINGmaN SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 8 o RUBY D. JoNeS - INCUmBeNt o toNIa HoWaRD-Hall DEMOCRATIC PARTY QUESTIONS - 1Should the sale and distribution of bump stocks be prohibited in the State of Georgia? o Yes o No - 2Should Georgia pull down our federal tax dollars to save rural hospitals and create more than fifty thousand jobs by expanding Medicare? o Yes o No -3Should Georgia allow voters to elect our own representatives by amending our Constitution to place the power of drawing district lines under the authority of an independent, non-partisan commission? o Yes o No -4Should Georgia alleviate traffic congestion, reduce carbon emissions, and better connect communities by investing a substantial amount of existing tax dollars in mass transit? o Yes o No

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Bethesda Early Missionary Baptist Church One Night Revival

Bethesda Early Missionary Baptist Church Holy Ghost One Night Revival will begin on May 18th at 7:00 pm I beseech you therefore, by the mercies of God. That you present your bodies a living sacrifice holy, acceptable to God. Roman 12: 1-2 The Speaker of the event is the Rev. Horrace Oliver, Pastor of Solomon

Temple, Midway. The Bethesda Early Church Family kindly invite you to come and fellowship with us on this Glorious Occasion. Guest Churches invited are: Peaceful Zion Baptist Church, Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, St. Thomas Baptist Church, Second Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Rose of Sharon Baptist Church and

other. Devotional Service will be led by the Guest Deacon’s looking forward to meeting you there as we fellowship in the Lord.

1325 East 31st Street Savannah The Rev. Morris Reddick 663-1009 Evangelist Annie Spencer 912-234-0000

Apostle Greene Speaks at Brownsville

Apostle Gwendolyn Greene will be the speaker at Brownsville Baptist Church, 1307 E 37th St, Savannah, GA 31404, the Day of Pentecost, Sunday morning May 20, 2018. The service will begin @ 10: O’clock A.M. Apostle Greene is the

pastor of The Gospel Truth Ministries in Ellabelle, Georgia, where she preaches the Word of God, all over the world. Several deaf ears have been opened this year when this apostle prayed and laid hands on them.

Apostle Gwendolyn Greene

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30th Pastoral Anniversary for Rev. Dr. Williams

The Faith Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating the Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams’ 30th Anniversary on May 23, 2018, at 7 p.m. and May 27, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. The church is located at 115 West 49th Street, Savannah, Georgia The Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams has made many contributions to the community in the area of education and especially in the

faith community where he has served for more than 40 years. We look forward to celebrating this occasion with the Rev. Dr. Dorothy M. Tanksley, Pastor of Restoration Praise and Worship Ministries on Wednesday, May 23rd at 7 p.m. and Rev. Will Thomas, Pastor of Greater Gaines Chapel AME  Church, on Sunday, May 27th at 4 p.m.

All of our friends and the public are invited to join us in the celebration of this man of God our beloved pastor’s 30th Anniversary. Sister Lynette Jenkins (912 308-9657) is the chairperson and Rev. Marc Anthony Smith (912 8561501) is the co-chairperson of this celebration and can be contacted if there are any questions or concerns.

The Historic Bolton Street Church family would like to invite you, our Christian family and friends to help us celebrate 124 years of serving a living GOD and His risen son, JESUS. Services will be from May 22nd thru May 27, 2017. The theme: Are We Doing the Work Christ Commissioned? “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son,

and of the Holy Ghost.” Matthew 28:19 This celebration will take place nightly at 7PM beginning on Tuesday, May 22nd – Bishop Edward Gray, Sr and New Hope Baptist Church; Wednesday, May 23rd – Pastor Robert Miley, Sr. and Brownsville Baptist Church; Thursday, May 24th - Bolton Street Youth Department with Rev. DeAndre Bouyer of Central Baptist Church

(Hitch Village); and Friday, May 25th – Pastor Lolita Hickman and Trinity Baptist Church. Services will culminate on Sunday, May 27th at 11:30AM with Pastor Frank Ellis, Jr. and the Second Bryan Baptist Church. Please feel free to join us for any and/or all services celebrating serving a living God for 124 years.

Dr. Hazel Scott Pastor/Founder

Resurrection Pentecostal Temple will celebrate the 36th Pastoral Anniversary of their pastor, Dr. Hazel Scott on May 21-May 27, 2018 with an array of special guest speakers. The following is the schedule of worship services: May 21st, Kingdom Life and Apostle Robert Foster; May 22nd, Christian Way Holiness Church of Bloomingdale, Pastor Veronica Parrish; May 23rd, Reaching for Souls, Pastor Hazel Green; May 24th, Glorified Deliverance, Pastor Winnie Richardson. All of the weekly

services will be held at 7:00 p.m. The culminating Anniversary worship service will be held Sunday, May 27, 2018, at 4:00 p.m. with True Love Baptist Church with Elder Raphael Watson. A special “Old Time” Dinner will be held after services for the guests. Please come help celebrate Dr. Scott’s years of service to Resurrection Pentecostal Temple and the entire Savannah community.

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Every Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Bible Study Every Wednesday Night 7:00 p.m. Spiritual Counseling and Prayer available

Min. Lee Wright, Sr. Pastor

“Come Be Bless of The Lord” Where The Spirit and The Word of God Controls

Tune In Every Sunday Morning to WSOK 1230 AM Radio

Lolita L. Hickman Pastor

www.trinitybaptistsavannah.org

Worshipping the triune God of the Bible— (912) 661-0847 the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit! P.O. Box 61206 • Savannah, GA 31420

by Faith Blessed assurance Second B ryan Overcoming Ministry, inc. Baptist Church

744 East Waldburg Street • Savannah, GA 31401 (912) 233-0262

Sunday School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service . . . . . . . . 11:30 a.m. Holy Communion (2nd Sunday). . . . 11:30 a.m. Youth Day (4th Sunday) . . . . . . . . . 11:30 a.m. Bible Study (Tuesday) . . . . . . . . . . 6:45 p.m. “Born Again to serve Pastor Frank Ellis, Jr. and not be served.”

Ministries

1902 Pennsylvania Ave.• GA 31404 “The Church for theSavannah, Total Family”

9700 Middleground Rd. - Savannah, GA 31406 orDEr oF SErVICES (912) 927-8601 (912) 232-1562-Church

Service Times:

Sunday Celebration Service - 10 a.m.

Monday “Hour of Power” p.m. Wednesday Bible StudyPrayer - 7:00- 6p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Saturday Worship Service - 5:00 p.m. First Saturday MorningServices Prayer - 7-a.m. Sunday Worship th 9:00Service a.m. &4 11:00 Sundaya.m. - 10 a.m. Youth

Children’sDaily Church available during ALLa.m. services. Morning Prayer - 7:30 College Ministry available. (Watch LIVE services online at overcomingbyfaith.org) elder Jean Dimmock, Overseer

Where Jesus is Lord and His Blessings are assured! elder Alexander Pastor Rickyheyward & DianePastor Temple

HAPPY HOME Clifton Missionary Baptist Church Baptist Church

100 Big Hill Road - P.O. Box 18366 - Garden City, GA 31408 CHUrCH SCHEDULE

912.964.2335 (Church) 912.713.7048 (Transportation) 912.964-4111 (Chairman)

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Prayer Meeting (Tuesday) . . . . . . . . 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday Night Prayer Service...7:00 p.m.

Bible Study (Tuesday) . . . . . . . 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

BeholdNight I will do a new thing. 43: 19 p.m. Pastor Friday Family Bible-Isaiah Study.7:30 Cliftonbc100@yahoo.com Bishop K.E. McNeal, Email: Website: www.cliftonbc.org

Transportation available D.Min, R. Ph.D Facebook: www.Facebook.com/cliftonbaptist.church

ClIfTon Emmanuel Tabernacle Baptist Church Apostolic Faith Church

100 big hill road - P.O. box 18366 - Garden City, GA 31408

1001 East - Savannah, GA 912.964.2335 (Church)Henry 912.441.0358Street (Pastor’s Cell) 912.713.7048 (Transportation)

Come, and Increase In The order Knowledge of God With Us of Service

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Grace New F irst MtZion . B ethel College Park THANKFUL Full Gospel Church, Inc. Missionary Church Missionary Baptist Church Baptist Church

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MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1650 Smart820 Street • Savannah GAJr. 31415 Martin Luther King, Blvd. Church Phone: 912-790-9609 Savannah, GA 31415

(912)“Grace 234-4810 (ph)Place (912)for 234-7909 (fax) is the All People” www.thankfulbaptistsavannah.org Sunday Worship Service at 10:00 am

Order Worship of Service Evening Service, Sunday School ................................. 9:30 a.m. st Every Sunday rd 1 and 3 Sunday’s at 5:00 pm 1st Sunday ............................................. 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.

2nd Communion Sunday ........................ 8:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m. Corporate Prayer, 3rd Youth Sunday .................................................... 11:00 a.m Every Tuesday Morning at 5:00 ama.m. rev. Paul Anthony Sheppard 4th Sunday.............................................................. 11:00 Pastor 5th Black History Sunday........................................ 11:00 a.m. Word Explosion, Prayer Meeting Tuesday ......................................... 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at 6:45 pm7:00 p.m. Bible DiscoveryEvery Hour Tuesday ................................ Children/Youth Bible Study Tuesday ....................... 7:00 p.m. Transformational Thursdays ................................ 12:00 Noon Steve O. Bulloch Jr., 118:23, is the doing; TV Psalm Sunday “Living withThis Victory” 6aMLord’s Channels 4/22 Founder and Pastor is marvelous in our eyes. Baptist TrainingitUnion ..................................................... TBa

The Gospel Truth With Gwendolyn Greene

HerYour ChildrenChurch’s Call Her Blessed

A few weeks before spiritually maternal chilmy first child was born as dren likewise. Yes, grandma my grandmother and I sat knew God’s Word as it is on the front porch of my written: “Children are a parent’s home, she told me heritage of the Lord and the story of a godly mother the fruit of the womb is his in the Bible named Hannah. reward. Her children arise Grandma advised me to up and call her blessed, give my children back to the her husband also, and he Lord as Hannah had given praises her.” I have a Happy her son Samuel back to the Mother’s Day each time my Lord. Grandma Rosa in- children call me blessed not formed me well; I have fol- only with their mouths, but lowed her instructions and they bless me in actions and have dedicated and taught in deeds as they reverence my five children, all of my the Lord! [I Samuel 20-28, grandchildren and great Psalm 127: 3, Isaiah 54:13, grandchildren of the Lord. Proverbs 31:28] Not only have I taught my P e r h a p s y o u h a v e naturally maternal chil- aborted or neglected your dren, but I have birthed child or children. Well here 1001 East Henry Street - Savannah, GA and taught thousands of my is the good news, you can

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Emmanuel Tabernacle Apostolic Faith Church

Come, and Increase In The Knowledge of God With Us

SUNDaY Bible School............................................................................................ 10:00 a.m. Noon Worship ........................................................................................ 12:00 noon Evening Worship ...................................................................................... 7:00 p.m.

Fair Street • Savannah, Georgia 31408 124202West Anderson St. (at Barnard St.) Church Phone: (912) 964-6717

SundayORDER School ................................9:00 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. OF SERVICE SundaySunday Morning Worship Service ...........................10:45 School - 10:00 AM a.m. Holy Communion Service, 2nd Sunday- ....................10:45 Morning Worship 11:30 AM a.m.

BTU afternoon ..............................................5:30 p.m. 2nd Sunday Sunday Communion - 11:30 AM Tuesday Night Meeting Prayer Serviceand ...............6:00 p.m. Prayer Biblep.m.-6:45 Study - Every Tuesday at 7:00 PM

Bible Study, Tuesday Night ...........6:45 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

Pastor Barnard N. Bryant & “A Place Where Everyone Is Welcome” rev. James Williams, Evangelist TameitraiiiBryant Transportation Upon request Pastor

repent of your sins and God will forgive you. Further more, if your child or children are in the land of the living today, you can pray and ask God and ask your child or children to restore your relationship. No, they are not too old and it is not too late. You will be so blessed and the Lord will increase you and your children more and more. Jesus loves you and your children, but he is a jealous God and he commands you to love him first, obey him and have faith in him. He will turn things around and cause your children to arise up and call you blessed and they will bless you as they bless the Lord too! [II Corin. 7: 9-10, Matt. 6: 1415, Ps. 23: 3, 116: 14-15, Ex. 20:1-5-6, Rev. 22:14] Perhaps you have

birthed a child or children naturally and you have done to the best of your ability to raise them up as Christians or as morally good persons, but somehow they turned out to be immorally bad instead of morally good and criminals instead of Christians. Mothers don’t give up! Even as for nine months you had to travail and labor and be in pain in the natural to deliver the fruit of the

Your Church’s Worship Service & Pastor’s Photo Can Be in This Space! Call 232-4505 womb; you have to travail and and be in pain to bring For Morelabor Details forth the nine fruits of the spirit within you; which are love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness and temperance, in order to deliver your children from destruction in this world of sin and from eternal destruction which is hell and the lake of fire. Eventually, your children will be grateful and call you blessed! [Is. 66: 8-9, Micah 4:10, Gal. 5: 22-23, James 5: 20, Rev. 20: 14, Ps. 107: 20]

FrIDaY(1ST & 3rD) Evening Worship ...................................................................................... 7:30 p.m. DaILY PraYEr Monday-Saturday ............................................................................. 6:00-7:00 a.m. Sunday ............................................................................................. 5:30-6:30 a.m. Monday-Thursday............................................................................. 6:00-7:00 p.m. Friday................................................................................................ 7:00-8:00 p.m.

“Through prayer we became richer in our hearts and warmer in our love...” KnEElInG PRAYER PRIoR To EACH SERVICE. “Come with us; we will do you good!”

Sunday School ..................9:45 a.m. KNEELING PRAYER Sunday PRIOR Worship ................11:30 a.m. TO EACHPrayer SERVICE. Service ...................6:45 p.m. “Come with us; ........................7:00 p.m. we will do Bible you Study good!” Communion First Sunday Youth Worship Service Fourth Sunday Pastor Alphonzo Anderson, Sr.

Pastor’s Motto: “Just Do Your Part” Luke 10: 38-42

Pastor Lucille P. Turner

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Mount Zion

“Let Jesus Fix It For You”

1629 Chester St. • Savannah, GA

Apostolic faith church 719 E. 38th Street • Savannah, GA

ApostoliC GreAter FAitH in touCH Ministry (912) 966-5144

“Where You Can Experience A Touch of Heaven” “Here on Earth back to the Bible Teaching and Preaching” -Acts 2:36, Joel 2:28

God is Pouring Out His Spirit in These Last Days!

ORDER OF SERViCE WEEKLY

Prayer Changes Things Pastor Geneva Howard Sunday Sunday School......................10:00 a.m. Mid-Day Service.................12:00 Noon Youth Service (3rd Sunday)......12 Noon Brotherhood Service. (4th Sunday)........12 Noon Missionary Service (2nd Sunday)..........12 Noon Bible Study (Each Tuesday).........12 Noon & 7:30 p.m. Thursday Evening Worship (Evangelistic)............7:30 p.m.

Kneeling Prayer Prior to Each Service

Pastor Lucille P. Turner

3301 Whatley Avenue • Thunderbolt, GA 31404 “Through prayer we became richer in our hearts

Church Number: 912.355.9606 Pastor Cell: 912.713.8899 and warmer in our love...” Church E-mail: collegeparkbaptist@comcast.net

Jerusalem Tabernacle

TUESDaY Bible Study. .............................................................................................. 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDaY Bible Study Morning Session ..................................................................................... 10:30 a.m. Evening Session. ...................................................................................... 7:00 p.m.

Daily Prayer Monday-Thursday ����������������������������������������������������� 6:00-7:00 p.m. Friday......................................................................... 7:00-7:30 p.m.

“The Church with the People at Heart”

Sunday School . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship . . . . . 12 Noon Monday/Prayer . . . . . . . 12 Noon - 1 p.m.

Wednesday/Bible Study . . . . . . . .7 p.m.

Salvation•••Healing•••Deliverance

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!!Recapturing Our nd Youth for Christ!!!

Tuesday, May 22 Our Future for Tomorrow 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Say Yes to God and At Your No To Satan Polling Precinct Pastor Leola Williams

“Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and i will give you rest.” -Matthew 11:23

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Bethlehem Historic Historic First FirstBryan Bryan TEMPLE Temple OF of GLORY Glory Missionary Baptist Church 1008 May Street • Savannah, GA 31405 Church Phone: 233-9040 schedule change for sunday Morning Worship

Enlightenment Hour .......................................... 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship Services.............................10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (3rd Sunday).......................10:00 a.m. Candlelight Communion (3rd Sunday in Dec.)...5:00 p.m. B.T.U. (Every Tuesday) .................................... 5:00 p.m. Youth Sunday (Fourth Sunday) ...................... 10:00 a.m. FrESH BrEaD HoUr (Every Tuesday) ......7:00 p.m. Seniors Bible Study (Every Wednesday) ..........10:00 a.m. Women of Value (Every other Thursday) ............. 6:00 p.m. Prayer Breakfast (every 1st Sat.,every Quarter) ........8:00 a.m. Children’s Church (every 1st & 2nd Sunday)

Wilson scott, Jr. Pastor

Please Inform All Members and Friends of the Time Change!! Transportation Available Upon Request

“Ministry On A New Level”

Baptist Church Baptist Church

“A RelevantWord WordToday Todayfor fora aBetter BetterTomorrow” Tomorrow” “AHistoric HistoricChurch Church with with aa Relevant

Located in Yamacraw Village Village -- 575 575West WestBryan BryanSt. St.• •Savannah, Savannah,GA GA31401 31401

Community Community Church

1105 GA31415 31415 1105Stiles StilesAvenue•Savannah, Avenue•Savannah, GA

Church Phone: 233-8213 Church Phone: (912) (912) 233-8213

Church Office (912) (912) 232-5526 232-5526••Fax Fax--(912) (912)232-1564 232-1564 firstbryanbaptistsavannah@gmail.com firstbryanbaptistchurch@yahoo.com www.FBBCSAV.org www.firstbryanbaptistchurch.org “Bringing The Living Waters JesusWorld” “Bringing The Living Waters of Jesus To AofThirsty To A ThirstyTiMES World” SERViCE TIMES Sunday Morning CelebrationSERVICE11:00 a.m. Every Sunday

Sunday Morning Celebration Holy Communion Holy Communion Sunday Christian Education Sunday Lunch withChristian the Lord Education LunchStudy with the Lord Family FamilyService Study WOW

11:00 a.m. Every Sunday 11:00 a.m. 4th Sunday 11:00 a.m. 4th Sunday 9:30 a.m. Every Sunday 9:30 Every 12:00a.m. p.m. Every Sunday Tuesday 12:00 p.m. Every 6:30 p.m. EveryTuesday Tuesday 6:30 p.m. WednesdayEvery 6:30 p.m.Every after Tuesday 1st Sunday

TheThe community all ofofthese theseworship worshipservices. services. communityisisinvited invitedtoto attend attend all Transportation provided by request. Daily Transportation Daily tours toursavailable. available. Rev. Edward L. Ellis, Jr., Pastor Rev. Pastor Emeritus Emeritus

Rev. Aaron M. James, Sr. Pastor

Morning FORMATION Worship Service...8:00 a.m.2018 & 11:00 a.m. Sunday Class School - Sunday at 9:00 AM Discipleship .........................................10:00 a.m. Kingdom Youth Ministry.................................11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service at 10:00 AM rd th th (The Forum - 3 , 4 & 5 Sundays) Senior Manna Monday at 12 Noon st Holy Communion-1 Sunday .........................8 a.m. & 11 a.m. 1st Monday Only The Men’s room ...................................................... 6:00 p.m. (The Forum - 2nd & 4th Monday) Fresh Manna - Monday at 6:00 PM Women’s Ministry ..................................................... 6:00 p.m. includes: AAAst Ministry, Men’s Room, 3rd Tuesday) (1 &Limit Millennia’s, No Kingdom Youth, Bible Study (Wednesday) ....................... 12 Noon & 6:00 p.m. Women of Victory New Members’ Classes (Wednesday) ............5:30 p.m. Mid Week Manna - Wednsday Sharpening Stone12 Ministers’ ..................9:00 a.m. NoonClass Only st 1 Saturday - The Forum) Overseer(every Annette Salter, Executive Pastor Overseer Annette Salter, Executive Pastor Visitors Visitors& & Tourists Tourists Welcome Welcome

Sunday Services:

Bishop Matthew M. Odum Senior Senior Pastor Pastor

Ebenezer Mt. Olivet Second Bolton Street Wilmington Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. Baptist Church

821 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. • Savannah, GA 31415 (912) 233-3376

Sunday School .................................10:00 a.m.

Missionary Church missionary Baptist Baptist Church 4528 Ogeechee Road 3321 Skidaway Road • Savannah, GA 31404 Savannah, (912) 354-1772 GA 31405 Church Phone#: (912) 201-3253 of Services Email:Order mtolivetbc@gmail.com

Communion (1st Sunday) ..................11:30 a.m.

Sunday School .............................. 10:00am Morning Worship Service ............. 11:30am ORdER Of SERviCE Holy Communion Service ............. 11:30am (3rd Sunday) Sunday School - 10:00 a.m.

Youth Day (3rd Sunday) ....................11:30 a.m.

.......... Youth SundayWorship (2nd Sunday) Morning - 11:30 a.m.11:30am Bible Study (Wednesday) ................ 6:00pm th

Morning Worship ..............................11:30 a.m.

rev. Perry Tyson

Bible Study (Tuesday) ........................7:00 p.m.

Pastor Andrew Staley

Holy Communion (4 Sunday) - 11:30 a.m.

“Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, Bible Enrichment (Tuesdays) - 7:00-8:00 p.m. and into His courts with praise:

Rev. Joey Horton, Sr.

be thankful unto Him, and bless His name” Pastor The Lord shall increase you…Psalm more and more! 100:4

Pastor

800 Colbert Street (Hitch Village) - Savannah, GA 31402 (912) 232-6810 - Office (912) 238-4834 - Fax

order of Service Sunday School ........................................9:45 a.m. Every Sunday Morning Worship ..............11:00 a.m. Prayer Service/Bible Study (Wednesday) .....7:00 p.m. Spiritual Counseling and Prayer available

“The Church where sinners are loved, wounds are healed and needs are met.”

Rev. Ricardo Manuel & 1st Lady Angela Manuel

SECOND SAINT JOHN NEW Zion First Mt.Hill Bethel ASbury SALEM New Salem Missionary Baptist Missionary Baptist Church United Methodist ChUrCh Missionary BaptistChurch Church

1323 Savannah, Georgia 31415 1201Golden AbercornStreet Street •(912) 236-4792 Fax 236-0704

Community Church Community Fellowship Fellowship Church 115 West 40 Street 115 West 40th Street (corner of Barnard & 40 ) th

“A Church Working To Serve The Present Age”

Schedule of ServiceS Prayer vigil Order of Service First Saturday of each month Sunday8:00 Service .........................9:45 a.m.-9:00 a.m. AM Sunday School Morning Worship ...................11:15 AM 9:30 a.m. Communion............................11:15 holy communion AM of the month) (1st Sunday 1st Sunday Mid day Bible Bible Study every TuesdayStudy ...... 7:00 PM Each Tuesday - 12:30 p.m. PastorReverend Doreen Smalls, Wednesday Bible Study Marque C. Johnson, Senior Clergy Sr. Each Wednesday -6:00 p.m.

Greater Pentecostal Temple, Inc.

5905 South Okatie Hwy.• Hardeeville (Levy Section), SC (843) 784-6988/866-708-3686 (toll free)

OrDer Of ServiCe

Sunday 8:30 a.m. - Early Worship Service 10:30 a.m. - Christian Education (Sunday School) 11:30 a.m. - Morning Worship Service

Dr. Deloris young

Tuesday 7:00 p.m. - Corporate Prayer 7:30 p.m. - Bible School

Senior Pastor

Second Arnold Baptist Church

1427 East 37th Street • Savannah, GA 31404 (912) 234-5500 Sunday School Hour...........................9:00 a.m. Morning Worship Service .................10:30 a.m. Holy Communion (1st Sunday)...............10:30 a.m. Candlelight Communion (1st Sun. in December) 5:30 p.m. Bible Study/BTU (Every Wednesday) 6:45 p.m. Youth Sunday (Every 4th Sunday) ............10:30 a.m. Prayer Service (Every Wednesday) ...........6:00 p.m. Youth Bible Study (Every 4th Wednesday) ..........................................6:30 p.m. Pastor Richard L. Hall Minister of the Gospel “FOLLOW ME AS I FOLLOW CHRIST”

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(corner of Barnard & 40th) Savannah, GA GA Savannah,

Minister Clara Rouse, Pastor Elder Raymond Rouse, Pastor

Minister Clara Rouse, Assoc. Pastor

Welcomes You To Worship With Us!

Welcomes You To Worship With Us! Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m.

Holy Communion 2 Sunday Holy Communion 2nd Sunday nd

Pastor Bishop Nathaniel Small, Sr.

Intercessory Prayer && Bible School... Intercessory Prayer Bible School...

Nathaniel Small, Sr. Senior Pastor

Wednesday 7 p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.

Children’s Church available for all services

& Pastor Organizer Senior & OrganizerChildren’s Church available for all services

Transportation Upon Request

ST. LUKE St. LukE Luke Baptist Baptist Church

Baptist Church 418 West 38th St. • Savannah, GA 31401 418 West West 38th 38th St. St. •• Savannah, Savannah, GA GA 31401 31401 418 (912) (912)236-7755 236-7755 (912) 236-7755

Sunday a.m. SundaySchool School................................................9:30 ..............................................10:00 ................................................9:30 a.m. Morning Worship ...........................................11:30 a.m. Morning Worship ...........................................11:00 a.m. Holy Communion (2ndndSunday) ...........................11:30 a.m. BibleCommunion Study (Tuesday) (Tuesdays) ........................................7:00 Holy (2nd.........................................7:00 Sunday) ...........................11:00p.m. a.m. thth Youth Service (4 Sunday).................................11:30 a.m. Tuesday Night “Growth ...................7:00 p.m. rd Children’s Church (1st &(Wednesdays) 3Sessions” Sunday) ....................11:30 Feed-A-Meal Ministry ...12 Noon - 1:00 a.m. p.m. Meditation & Prayer 11 a.m.-12 p.m. New Members Class(Thurs.).................... (Thursdays) ........................7:00 Feed-A-Meal Ministry (Wednesdays) ...12 Noon - 1:00 p.m. nd th rd Mission Study (Tues.Pressure after 2 /4Check Sundays) .....................6 Nurses Ministry/Blood (3 Sunday) .....11:30 p.m. a.m. Bus Services BusMinistry Misinistyfor forALL all All Services The Church Where Everybody rev. Lexcie e.E. Aiken Sr. Rev. Pastor Aaron E. Cummings “Where theIsSpirit of the Lord Is” Somebody Pastor Pastor First Lady Stephanie Cummings

Fairlawn Baptist Church

4717 Augusta Road - Garden City, GA 31408

(912) 964-4371 • E-mail: fairlawnbaptist@gmail.com WOrShiP OPPOrTuniTieS Wednesday-Noon Day Prayer ..................12 Noon Thursday-Prayer Meeting ....................... 6:30 p.m. Thursday-Bible Study ............................. 7:00 p.m. Sunday-Sunday School .......................... 9:30 a.m. Sunday-Morning Worship ..................... 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion, 2nd Sunday .............. 11:00 a.m.

Rev. Harold Edwards, Sr. Pastor

associate Pastors Min. Victor Logan (Minister of Sunday School) Min. Emmanuel Gray (Minister of Evangelism) Min. Lewis Bryant

Fairlawn is a church of love and joy, helping you to get where Christ wants you to be!

THANKFUL Resurrection of Our Lord Greater Gaines Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

Catholic Church 820 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

Savannah, GA 31415 112 Fell Street • Savannah, GA(912) 31415 • 232-5258 (912) 234-4810 (ph) 234-7909 (fax) www.thankfulmbc.org Reverend Robert E. Chaney, Pastor

Order of Service

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Celebration of Life When someone you love becomes a Memory Remembering In Loving Memory In Loving Memory Our Mother on Your Birthday of and Our Love One

Mrs. Elizabeth P. Floyd “Dearie” Sunrise: Dec. 14, 1915 Sunset: July 9, 2013 It broke our hearts to lose you but you did not go alone; A part of us went with you the day God took you home. If tears could build a stairway and heartaches make a lane; we’d walk our way to heaven to see you once again. In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still in our hearts you hold a special place no one could ever fill.

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We miss you, oh we miss you How could we help but cry? But if we live as you lived We’ll meet again by and by.

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May 22, 2018, would have celebrated her 100th Birthday

He has gone, but is not Although you are not forgotten with us in flesh, To the heavenly home above. you always remain Some sweet day we long to in our hearts. meet him and share in his infinite Sadly missed, but rejoicing in love. knowing that you are at rest.  Your We’ll meet again someday. God knows how much we miss you Never shall your memory fade Loving thoughts shall always Wonder to the spot where you were laid.

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ST. PETER’S A. M. E. C., 626 Staley Avenue, Savannah, GA would like to cordially invite the  public to celebrate with us in our “PASTOR’S APPRECIATION” service for Rev. Terry D. Alexander on Sunday, May 20th, 2018 @ 3:00p.m. Our Guest Proclaimer for this occasion is Rev. Quentin Morris from Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church, Savannah, GA. Please come and join us in making this a memorable and joyful celebration as we come together to honor our pastor the anointed man of God and his ministry and dedication to Christian service to God.

In loving memory of you on Mother’s Day: Mrs. Elvira S. White, Mrs. Vera Robinson, Ms. Missed by your children: Mr. Brenda Davis, Mr. Ben Floyd, Jr. Dexter Shavers, Mr. Michael Shavers, Mr. McCarthy Giles, Mrs. Marsha (Jeffrey) ShaversCroslen, Mrs. K. Carleatha ( L e Vo n e ) S h a v e r s - R i v e r s , Mrs. Betty (Eddie) Grant, Ms. Delores Sibert, and Ms. Surita Campbell; Brother, Mr. Dessie Shavers, Jr.; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and all other relatives and friends. We Love You! MACEDONIA M.B.C. of Levy, SC will celebrate their 142nd Church Anniversary. The Theme is   “Victorious in Christ Jesus ” Isaiah 41:10.  Services will begin on Tuesday May E. Lloyd, Associate Pastor/Youth Pastor Apostle B. M. Dortch 29, 2018– Thursday, May 31, and Young Adults, Little Bryan . Come and have a high time 2018 and culminate on Sunday, Baptist Church; and May 29th - in the Lord with us! For more June 3, 2018. Service will begin Pastor Alexander Heyward, Sr., information call912-239-5416. 7:00 pm nightly and 11:00 & Blessed Assurance Ministry, am on Sunday.  Our Guest Inc. Please come, expecting an FAIRMOUNT B.C., 721 East Ministers and Churches are as anointed experience in the Lord. Bolton St., Sav., GA 31401, follows:  Tuesday- Fisher Chapel cordially invite you to our annual United Methodist, St. Phillip and C H R I S T I A N N E W L I F E Spring Revival. This event will Proctor Hill Baptist Churches; DELIVERANCE MINISTRIES be held Wednesday through Speaker- Rev. William Bowser; INTERNATIONAL , INC., “The Friday, May 16, 17 & 18; starting Wednesday- Second Mount Zion, Ministry for the Whole Man” at 7:30 nightly. Our evangelist for St. Mark and Mt. Calvary Baptist Presents “High Heels” Women this occasion is Bishop Thomas Churches, Speaker- Rev. Dennis With A Mission Women’s Sill from the Sweetfield of Eden Frazier; Thursday-   St. Paul Conference 2018 “The Steps Of Baptist Church, of the Historical African Methodist Episcopal, A Good Man  Are Ordered By The Pin Point Community, Savannah First African Missionary Baptist Lord” May 16th - 20th, 7:30 pm GA. Please come share in this and Pilgrim Baptist Churches, nightly at 207 Television Circle, fellowship and “Be Blessed.” S p e a k e r - R e v . C a r o l y n Savannah, Georgia 31406 . Host Rev. Berry J. Staley, Pastor

Invitation to Bid TIC - The Industrial Company is currently requesting proposals from interested MBE and WBE subcontractors/suppliers who wish to quote bid items for the ReBid of the Veterans Parkway Approach Slab Replacement project, Bid No.18-0044-4, which will bid to Chatham County, Georgia on June 05, 2018 at 2:00 pm. Work includes concrete, guardrail, rip rap, and paving. Interested contractors please contact Tasha Coleman with TIC – The Industrial Company at 912-721-9781 fax 912-235-4877 or tasha.coleman@ticus.com. TIC - The Industrial Company (TIC) is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, minorities, veterans, and the disabled to apply.

Invitation to Bid TIC - The Industrial Company is currently requesting proposals from interested SBE, SDBE, MBE and WBE subcontractors/ suppliers who wish to quote bid items for the ReBid of the USACE McCoy’s Cut Diversion Structure Project, W912HN18-B-5002, which will bid in Savannah, Georgia on May 22, 2018 at 2:00 PM. Work includes movement of materials on the river, clearing & grubbing, erosion control, sheet pile diversion structure, dredging, and aggregate placement by barge. Interested contractors please contact Tasha Coleman with TIC – The Industrial Company at 912-7219781 fax 912-235-4877 or tasha. coleman@ticus.com. TIC - The Industrial Company (TIC) is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, minorities, veterans, and the disabled to apply.

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Local Minister of Music needed for a small Baptist church located in Savannah, Georgia.   Must be familiar with traditional hymns and contemporary gospel music.   The ideal candidate will also have experience in teaching new songs and working with individual of all ages.  For more information, please contact Minister Richard Hunter at 912-547-6439 or by email at rhca2133@gmail.com Fields.  Our very own, Pastor Lottie Jenkins-Scott, will deliver our close-out message on Sunday, June 3rd along with St. Stephen RUME Church.  All are invited to attend. MT. CARMEL METHODIST CHURCH, INC., 2018 Grove Point Road, Sav., GA 31419; Rev. Dr. Dorsena J. Grant, Pastor; 132nd CHURCH ANNIVERSARY, June 14-15, 2018 @ 7:30 p.m. and June 17, 2018 @ 11:00 a.m. ST. MARY M.B.C., Sunday School Trip Come live on the Wild side. Bus will depart from the church at 5am Saturday, June 30, 2018 traveling to Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta Ga. We are extending an invitation to all that want to join in on this Adventure. Prices are $85.00 per person, this include your entrance fee to the park, meal voucher and bus ride. NonRefundable deposit of $35.00 per person due now and final payment due June 3, 2018. Contact persons: Leading Lady Tia Baker-912-596-7585; Deaconess Rosetta Prescott, Sunday School Superindant-912-655-1727; Sis. Felicia Waters, Administrator/ Trustee for CC payment 912308-3598 BETHESDA EARLY M.B.C., 1325 E. 31st St., Sav. GA, Our church order of service: Sunday school, 1st & 3rd Sundays at 10 a.m.; Morning Service at 11:30 a.m. with Evang. Annie Spencer presenting the message. The 2 nd Sunday Morning Sunday School begins at 11:30 a.m. with Superintendent in charge. Communion Service, every 2nd Sunday at 12:30 p.m. presening the message is Rev. Morris Reddick of Piney Grove B.C. The 4th Sunday morning Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.; Morning Service at 11:30 a.m. with Rev. Morris Reddick presenting the message. Bible Study is every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. with Rev. Morris Reddick in charge. The public welcome.

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THE POLOTE CORPORATION, LEGALLY, ETHICALLY AND MORALLY REQUEST SOLICITATION PROPSALS FROM LOCAL MINORITY AND WOMAN OWNED BUSINESSES (L-MWBE) FOR THE SAVANNAH-CHATHAM COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL PROJECT LABELED SMALL CONSTRUCTION ITB#18-46. PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS CAN BE ACCESSED ON WWW.POLOTE.COM. SEND ALL PROPOSALS TO BPOLOTEJR@POLOTE. COM. BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 21, 2018. AUCTION

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Clifton Baptist Church, a family May 14, 2018 oriented and multi-generational through May 24, 2018 congregation of 200 is seeking a full time Pastor. Normal Pastoral The Savannah Airport Commis- duties include: leadership, preachsion will offer for sale by auction ing and teaching. Knowledgeable to the highest bidder subject to of the Baptist doctrine. The final terms and conditions the follow- candidates will require a drug test ing equipment: and background check. Deadline for resume is June 11, 2018. 2005 Chevrolet Express 3500 Please send resume to: Clifton Extended Baptist Church, 100 Big Hill Rd., 2004 Chevrolet Express 3500 Garden City, GA 31408. Attn: Extended Dea. Cooper and Dea. Bacon. 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 extended Cab Short Bed 2WD PASTOR SEARCH 2008 Ford Explorer XLT 4.0L 4WD SENIOR PASTOR 2007 Ford Explorer XLT 4.6L First Bryan Baptist Church is 4WD seeking to fill the position of SeClub Car Turf Carryall 6 with cab nior Pastor. Prerequisites for the and enclosed bed Gas powered position are as follows: Bachelors Club Car Turf Carryall- 6 with degree from an accredited univerenclosed cab and enclosed bed sity; ordained Baptist minister; at gas powered least 3 years senior pastoral expeEZ GO golf cart RXV rience or 5 years serving under a Kubota RTV 900 4X4 senior Baptist minister. Candidate Kubota RTV 900 4X4 must be willing to relocate to SaClark DT25, Aircraft Tractor vannah area. Application packets Hough T-300 Pushback Tractor may be downloaded from www. Wo o d s m o d e l 7 1 4 4 - R D - 2 FBBCSAV.org or obtained from Batwing mower deck the church secretary Tues.-Thurs., 2005 Motor Scrubber MS1000 10 a.m.-12 Noon; 575 W. Bryan One each HP 5500ps plotter 42 Street, Sav. GA 31401; (912) inch 232-5526. Deadline to apply is 4 battery Chargers July 1, 2018. Windsor iCapsol Mini Carpet cleaner Rug Boss Carpet Extractor Model SC400 Dresser Air Compressor Rated to 350 Psi Series 5000 Tennant R14 Dual Technology Rider Carpet Extractor One lot of DAYTON Blower Motors One lot of Motorola radios used by airport police department One Lot of Pelco camera EquipSis. Hilda Bolden - May 9 ment 4 Linksys network switches Shelita Freeman - May 9 SLM224G 24-port 10/100 + 2 port gigabit Denise Johnson - May 9 One General Electric Nautilus Sis. Ernestine Bulloch - May under-counter Dish Washer Maytag Commercial Washing 10 Machine One lot of Mitel Phones with PBX Rev. Lawrence F. Baker system and Hubs May 12 Advance SC750ST-16D Scrubber Nobles Scout 28 Raymond Smith - May 12 Tennant Sub compact Battery Ride Sweeper Angela Lewis Williams One lot of HVAC filters. May 13 The auction will be conducted Deacon Clarence O’Banner at www.govdeals.com. Bidders may register to bid on the website. - May 13 The auction will begin on May 14,2018 and end on May 24, 2018 Sa’maya Harris - May 14 at the various times posted on the Addie Hart - May 15 Govdeals website. Items are offered on a “where is, as is” basis. Mildred Porter - May 15 Inspection: Please contact Jack Mother Frankie Thompson Tucker of the Purchasing Department to schedule an inspection at - May 15 E-mail jtucker@savannahairport. Mari Anna O’ree - May 16 com Items Can be view at the Savannah Airport Operations Mother Florence Nixson Complex at 640 Gulfstream Road Savannah GA. Between the hours May 17 of 8:00am and 2:00 pm Monday Miles Jones - May 18 through Friday from May 7, 2018 through end of Auction on May Maria Lotson - May 18 24, 2018. Richard Polote, Sr. - May 18 The Savannah Airport Commission reserves the right to reject Pat Washington - May 18 any and all bids and to waive Elder Craig Wilcox - May 18 formalities. Jack Tucker Purchasing, Buyer

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