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Malcolm Hazelwood, 84, of the Flat Creek Community in Tennessee, died on Monday, April 27, 2020. He was a member of the Ash Hill Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Columbia Presbytery where he served as a Deacon, then as an Elder. He was retired from the Williamson County Health Department. Read more: https://www.murfreesboropost.com/obituaries/malcolm-hazelwood/article_1ac5fb60-8db3-11ea-9f51-0740f0fc93da.html
Tim Goodloe, husband of the Reverend Melissa Reid Goodloe, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is manifesting fairly mild flu-like symptoms. Melissa, as of yet, has no symptoms but both she and Tim are quarantined at home. Melissa has a history of lung issues. They request prayers from the denomination. Melissa is pastor of Bethel […]
The global Covid-19 pandemic has been the cause of a fast-paced evolution for churches. The pandemically popularized catch phrase of “social distancing” has pushed Cumberland Presbyterians to socially and spiritually connect in creative ways. Particularly, the live-streaming of Cumberland Presbyterian worship has grown significantly. However, I fear many have jumped into these new ventures without […]
The Presbytery of East Tennessee will not meet on April 4th; a new date will be determined after more is known about when it is safe to gather, but I am certain it will not be for at least seven more weeks. This information from the Rev. Mike Wilkinson, Ministry Council President and member of […]
Paul writes in 1 Thessalonians 3 “may the Lord make you increase and abound in love to one another and to all….” Once again we are at the heart of stewardship. The favorite Bible verse for Cumberland Presbyterians through the years has been John 3:16, which portrays God’s love for us as the basis of […]
An Official Response from the Ministry Council of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church to the Middle Tennessee Tornadoes of March 3, 2020.
In the early hours of March 3, 2020, middle Tennessee awakened to the frightening sounds of several tornadoes and their devastation. Although none of the Cumberland Presbyterian Churches or Cumberland Presbyterian Churches in America in the affected area were physically damaged, many lives have been affected by this tragedy. Many have asked, “How can […]
Here are three lessons (including powerpoints) on Family. These lessons were written by Rev. Taylor Young from Clarksville CPC Lesson 1: Family- What does it look like? The purpose of this lesson is to have youth identify what a family is by Jesus’ definition. Then apply this definition to their context and expand their view […]
Welcome, Friends, to the Communication Ministry Team’s Live Blog for Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly, 2019. We’re happy to announce that this year we will be hosting the first ever live video-feed of the business sessions and select worship services. To watch LIVE videos live or to re-watch worship or business that has already happened, visit […]
When I was an expectant mother, like many expectant mothers, I became very concerned about the responsibility of my condition and was particularly conscious of my diet. Expectant mothers start taking note of the nutritional value of what we are eating. We want maximum nutrition for our unborn child. Multi-vitamins provide the minimum daily requirements […]