Liberty Church of Christ to host gospel meeting


The Liberty Church of Christ, 542 Highway 64 E., Conway will host a gospel meeting Sunday through Wednesday. The speaker will be Dennis Gulledge from the Mabelville Church of Christ. 

The meeting times will be Sunday, at 9:45, 10:35 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Wednesday at 7 p.m. 

There will be a potluck lunch on Sunday, and our guests are welcome to enjoy the meal and the fellowship with us. 

For more information call 329-9238.

Faith in Depth to host Hallelujah Fest


Faith In Depth Christian Center will host a community Hallelujah Fest on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

There will be food, games and door prizes. The public is invited. The church is located at 1174 Markham. 

For more information you can call the church at 336-9890.

Graham Chapel holds fall festival


Graham Chapel United Methodist Church located at 467 Highway 64 E. in Conway will have a fall festival Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m. There will be fun for all ages, which includes games, refreshments, fellowship, and prize drawings. 

The Fall Festival will be directed by Cindy Fox and assisted by Carrie Prosser. Tom Lukas is the Pastor of the Church.

Oak Grove Cemetery Gone but not Forgotten presentation held


Conway’s historic Oak Grove Cemetery was the scene on Sunday of Gone But Not Forgotten, a presentation of Conway history by Conway High School East students. Under the direction of A. J. Spiridigliozzi, CHS East drama teacher, students acted the parts of prominent figures from Conway’s past. Lead by tour guides, small groups walked from gravesite to gravesite to hear the monologues. More than 150 people attended. 

Gone But Not Forgotten is an annual event produced by the Oak Grove Cemetery Board. Each year different Conway pioneers are portrayed by CHS East students. 

This year those presented and their actors were Russell C. Roberts by Alex Fatherly, Edwin L. Speaker by Cole McDaniel, Mary R. Adkisson by Annie Brown, Lyda Robinette by Alaina Kizer, William R. Greeson by Justin Murdock, John E. Little by Jordan Bramlet, John A. Pence by Jeremy Floyd, and John H. and Mary Harwood Reynolds by Austin Casher and Mireya Elliot. All the students are in the 10th grade. Dylan Barber, mandolin, performed as a strolling minstrel. 

Other students served as tour guide assistants and parking attendants. Conway’s historic Oak Grove Cemetery is located at the east end of Bruce Street and is open during daylight hours. 

It is an active cemetery administered by a city-appointed board. Chris Spatz is president and burial plots are available for purchase.

Stanfill Baptist Church plans revival 


Bro. Harvey Reeves, of Aberdeen Miss., will be in revival Sunday through Wednesday at Stanfill Baptist Church. All nightly services will begin at 7 p.m. 

The Hannah’s of Searcy will be providing the special music for the revival. Please call Pastor Wade Lentz, (501) 472-9737 for directions. Everyone is welcome to attend.


Crosspoint to hold Trunk or Treat


Crosspoint United Methodist Church is hosting a Trunk or Treat at 740 S. Salem on Saturday from 5-7 p.m. Everyone is invited. 

Besides candy offered from the trunks of the cars of church members, there will also be a story time and other activities, including a registration for door prizes. 

Call 472-9814 for more information.


Gospel services set at Wayne Valley Residence


Gospel services are to be held every Sunday in November at 5 p.m. at the Wayne Valley Residence located at 259 Brannon Road in Greenbrier. 

All are invited to attend the services that will be conducted by Miss. E. Schraw and C Creech. 

For more information, call (501) 581-0177.