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A gospel and spiritual singing will be held at 6 p.m. May 6 at Reidsville Senior High School. Featured on the program will be Luther Barnes and the Red Budd Choir of Rocky Mount, Generation For Christ Ensemble of Virginia and North Carolina, First Christian Church Choirs and the Fantastic Heavenly Five. Tickets are $6 and may be purchased at Reidsville House of Wax and Neal's Beauty and Supply Shop in Eden. Admission will be $7 on the day of the concert. Children under 12 will be admitted for $3.50. For more information, call (703) 673-1580 or 349-3910.Lay Ministers to speak

Lay ministers will speak during services at Reidsville Church of God, 410 Thomas St., during the coming weeks. The following services have been scheduled:

April 29: Nathan Chapmon, 11 a.m.; Burl McMillion, 6 p.m.

May 2: Lawrence Chapmon, 7 p.m.

For more information, call the Rev. Todd Phillips at 349-8693.


A musical concert will be held at 5 p.m. April 29 at New Saint Paul Baptist Church, 1020 E. Stadium Dr., Eden. The Cedar Branch Association Choir from Wagenor, S.C., will be featured. The New Saint Paul Chancel Choir will also perform. The Cedar Branch Association was organized by Evangeline M. Petress, a native of Wagenor, who serves as a minister of music for New Saint Paul Baptist Church. The Cedar Branch Association Choir, under the direction of Edward Johnson, has performed throughout the Southeast, including in South Carolina and Georgia. They have also appeared in concert in New York.

Items for Church Bulletin must be submitted in writing two weeks prior to the event. Mail items to The Ledger, P.O. Box 645, Eden, N.C. 27288, or drop them by the office at 439 W. Kings Highway.


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