Woodland Heights to present
Woodland Heights Baptist Church of Conway will present the fifth season of Rock Runners. Welcoming walkers and runners of every age and pace, Rock Runners 2010 is a 13-week Bible study offered within 20 weeks of physical training preparing participants for events offered by the Little Rock Marathon. The study will feature "Buts" and Bellies Begone. Lessons on Being Fit and Faithful.
Classes begin Sunday from 5:15-6:30 p.m. at Woodland Heights located at the corner of Prince and Hogan. Weekly group training events are organized on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Four years ago, 16 participants made up the first Rock Runners team.
Last March, 61 Rock Runners crossed the finish line of their selected Little Rock Marathon events. Supported by an accountability group of their peers, physical training is based on a fitness schedule necessary to prepare a beginning walker or runner for the task of completing the 13.1 mile half-marathon, a 6.5 mile leg of the four person marathon relay, or the 3.1 mile 5K.
Rock Runners 2010 begins this month and wraps up in Little Rock on Sunday morning March 7 with a post race cookout on the grounds of the Clinton Library once all participants have crossed the finish line and received their medals for completing their event.
Classes and training are offered at no charge to Rock Runners team members. Race entry fees are the responsibility of the participant.
For more information, visit www.rockrunners.org or call Woodland Heights Baptist Church at 329-0001.
Rock of Ages
to hold annual Women’s Day
Rock of Ages Missionary Baptist Church will host its annual Women’s Day program at 9 a.m. Nov. 1. The church is located at 8112 Bicentennial Road, North Little Rock. The Rev. James E. Mackey is the pastor.
The theme for the program is "Christian Women committed to prayer" based on Philippians 4:13. The speaker for the event is minister Yvonne Cook. Cook is a native of South Carolina. She is married to Theoplis Cook, a native of Arkansas.
They are members of Rock of Ages and currently reside in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Cook are the parents of seven children and 11 grandchildren.
She has a masters degree in social work and is a Licensed clinical social worker employed as a substance abuse counselor. The public is invited.
True Holiness Saints Center pays tribute
October is Clergy Appreciation Month, and at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, True Holiness Saints Center Inc. will honor pastor E.C. Maltbia and his family for their tireless commitment to our congregation and community.
Maltbia’s labor to the gospel ministry, which has expanded over 16 years as pastor of the True Holiness Saints Center, is why we want to show our gratitude to him and his family during the special time.
The public is invited to attend this special Clergy Appreciation Month celebration and join us in thanking pastor Maltbia for his dedication, spiritual teaching and community leadership.
Clergy Appreciation Month is an annual effort that seeks to acknowledge the contribution of – and pressures facing – religious leaders around the world.
Oak Grove Cemetery to host story event
"Gone but not Forgotten," an evening of stories at Conway’s Historic Oak Grove Cemetery will be held Sunday.
Tours begin at 4 p.m. with the last tour at 6 p.m.