A long line of people gathered at First Presbyterian Church on Tuesday morning for its 15th annual back-to-school clothes closet, which provides clothes and shoes to children in need. First Presbyterian has operated a clothes closet since the late
Meals on Wheels of Kingsport has provided thousands of meals to people in need, but none of it would be possible without its volunteers. That was the message at Tuesday’s first annual Mary Cunningham Meals on Wheels Volunteer Awards.
Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and instrumentalist John McCutcheon will take the stage at First Presbyterian Church as part of the church’s new performing arts series.
KINGSPORT — If you missed the Paramount Chamber Players performing at First Presbyterian Church in March, you’ll have another chance to see them this week. The group will return to the church on Thursday for the third concert in the church’s new performing arts series.
St. Patrick’s Day activities, Circle Circle events, live music and theater, PEAK at Bays Mountain Brewing Company and more.
After a successful opening concert featuring the American Spiritual Ensemble, First Presbyterian Church is hoping to keep the momentum going with the second installment of its new performing arts series. The next group to take the stage will be the Paramount Chamber Players, presenting a program called “The Beauty of Simplicity.”
Designed to be a gift to the surrounding community, the series will feature musical ensembles, a solo artist and a theater group. The first performance will take place later this month, and tickets are available now.
My column, aptly named “Out and About” is not just a slogan, but a way of spending quality time with and meeting new and interesting people and reacquainting myself with friends and teachers from years past.
First Presbyterian Church of downtown Kingsport held its annual “Back to School” event at its clothes closet Tuesday morning, serving dozens of needy families in the greater Kingsport community.
“I got to looking at these kids, thinking how blessed they are. Then I got home and turned on the news, and I saw all these kids at the border who weren’t.” — Kemper Huber
KINGSPORT – First Presbyterian Church will be hosting several events next week as part of Holy Week, including a special Maundy Thursday service unlike many others in the region.
KINGSPORT – The local and national faith community was shaken on Wednesday morning by the death of well-known Christian evangelist, Billy Graham. The Times News spoke with local pastors on Wednesday to get their thoughts on Graham’s impact.
KINGSPORT – Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus and all the other characters from the nativity scene will be gathering in Kingsport this Sunday for a special event: a living nativity on Church Circle.
KINGSPORT – With holiday preparations in full swing, some local churches are coming together to offer community members a peaceful break from the busyness of the season.
Community members of all ages are invited to enjoy a pancake breakfast, crafts, a holiday gift shop and more this Saturday during Breakfast with Santa’s Helper, which will support Family Promise of Greater Kingsport.