Last Servants' News
PORT AUSTIN, Mich.--Norman Edwards announced that the last issue of Servants' News magazine went out recently through postal mail.
Although Servants' News will not continue, another publication has begun: Shepherd's Voice. SN readers will automatically receive the new publication.
To receive the last SN or subscribe to Shepherd's Voice, write Mr. Edwards, Port Austin Bible Campus, P.O. Box 474, Port Austin, Mich. 48467, U.S.A., or email@example.com.
CGWA's new chairman and HQ plans
AUSTIN, Texas--The president of the Church of God a Worldwide Association, Jim Franks, announced in a "Dear Brethren" letter Nov. 3, 2011, the name of the first permanent chairman of the church's board.
He also released Feast-attendance figures for 2011.
Mr. Franks announced that the church's ministerial board on Oct. 31 selected Joel Meeker of St. Louis, Mo., as its first permanent chairman.
And "our highest actual attendance on a holy day in the U.S. this year was 5,002," he said. He estimated "worldwide" attendance at "close to 9,500."
The CGWA president also informed church members concerning a committee's quest for a church-headquarters location.
"The task force has put forward six cities for us to consider," he said. For more information go to www.cogwa.org.
CGC's Winter Family Weekend
CINCINNATI, Ohio--The Church of God Cincinnati (CGC) and its sister congregation in Lexington, Ky., invite everyone to the "15th Annual Winter Family Weekend" in Lexington Dec. 23-27, 2011.
For information on discounted lodging at the Griffin Gate Marriott Resort, contact Jim O'Brien at P.O. Box 1811, West Chester, Ohio 45071, U.S.A. See also www.cogcincinnati.org.
Another AC reunion
PASADENA, Calif.--Another Ambassador College reunion is in the offing, this one specifically for AC students from 1964 through 1972 who were part of the Ambassador College Band in Pasadena and AC and WCG traveling troupes such as the AC Fun Show and Garner Ted Armstrong's America Listen! variety show.
The plans include a reunion with Joseph Bauer, the band leader in Pasadena in those years.
For more information write organizer Carol Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (909) 933-0783.
Sabbath association's Web site is back
LONDON, England--Robert Taylor announces that the Bible Sabbath Association UK's Web site is back up. It's at biblesabbath.org.uk. Mr. Taylor founded the BSA UK in 2005.