Clingan Ridge Baptist hosts revival with 5 guest speakers

Posted 9/22/17

Clingan Ridge Baptist Church begins its fall celebration revival on Sunday at 6 p.m.

The five-night event features five different evangelical pastors. Presiding pastors include Pastor Randy Bell, …

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Clingan Ridge Baptist hosts revival with 5 guest speakers

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Clingan Ridge Baptist Church begins its fall celebration revival on Sunday at 6 p.m.

The five-night event features five different evangelical pastors. Presiding pastors include Pastor Randy Bell, of Lupton Drive Baptist Church in Harrison; Pastor Eric Stitts, of Bayside Baptist Church in Harrison; Dr. Tony Crisp, of Eastanallee Baptist Church in Riceville; Pastor Brian Branam, of Liberty Baptist Church in Dalton, Ga.; and Pastor Mike Xline, of Brittsville Baptist Church in Cleveland, each night respectively.

The Rev Gary Moats of Clingan Ridge said, “This is the time of year that we take a week to focus on Christ and His Word. We are all excited about each preacher who is coming to minister nightly.”

Each night will feature a different choir performing. Clingan Ridge’s choir, led by the Rev. Kenneth Kesley, will start the revival on Sunday.

Monday will feature Bayside Baptist’s choir; Tuesday and Thursday will be Clingan Ridge; and Wed-nesday will be Liberty Baptist. Chris McDaniel from Liberty Baptist, who sang with “Confederate Railroad” before being saved, is joining his church’s praise team, also, on Wednesday night.

The church, whose sanctuary holds nearly 800 people, is expecting a full house each night.

Moats said church members will make additional room for guests if needed in order to make everyone comfortable.

Services following the opening night will begin at 7 p.m.

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