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Lineberry United Methodist Church Homecoming and Revival
October 3rd through October 6th
Sunday Morning- singing by Tonja Robbins, Preaching by Pastor Richard Gould
Sunday Evening- singing by Doris Jones, Preaching by Rev Brad Treece
Monday- signing by Brad Treece and John Rainey, Preaching by Rev Thomas Frizzell
Tuesday- signing by Tony Corner, Preaching by Rev Charlie Curtis
Wednesday- signing by Christie Hardie & friend, Preaching is to be determined
All evening services begin at 7:00pm

Revival at Greater Vision Baptist Church
October 3rd -8th, 2021
Sunday at 10:30am and Sunday at 6:00pm preaching by Brother Nathaniel Proctor.
Monday through Friday at 7:00pm with preaching by James McKinney. Everyone is welcome and please pray for us!

Revivalat Lights for Christ Holiness Church
October 10th Sunday Morning 11:00am and Sunday Night 6:00pm. Monday through Friday 7:00pm with Rev Curtis Teague. Revival will take place at Lights for Christ Holiness Church in Denton. The pastor is Wendell Floyd.

Please join us for good fellowship and food. Dine-in or take-out will be available.

Community Revival Schedule 2021
Everyone is welcome to attend
Services begin at 6:30pm
•Sunday, September 26 at Holloways Baptist
Speakers: Rev Derald Smith & Rev. Gerald Ward
•Sunday October 3 at Mt. View Baptist (OUTSIDE)
Speakers: Rev Freddie Moretz & Rev Dana Slack

Clothes Closet
Large Assortment of FREE CLOTHES!
Chandler’s Grove UMC 2557 Blaine Road, New London
OPEN: Tuesday evenings from 12:30-5:30pm, Saturday 9-12, during church yard sales, emergency need 336-461-9191.

Fairview United Methodist Church
Fairview United Methodist Church worship service will begin at 9:00am. Sunday school will follow after the worship service.
Kids of all ages are invited to come and enjoy Bible lessons, food, crafts, games and more

Neal Kiser
Vernon Neal Kiser, 60, of Charles Mountain Rd., Denton, died Saturday, September 18, 2021 at his residence after a 6 month battle with cancer.  Funeral Service will be 4:00 PM Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at New Hope United Methodist Church, with Rev. Bobby Lorton and Rev. Melvin Morton officiating.  Burial will follow in Liberty Fellowship Church Cemetery.
The family received friends from 5 to 8 PM Tuesday at Briggs Funeral Home in Denton and other times at the residence on Charles Mountain Rd., Denton.
Born in Randolph County on October 7, 1960, he was the son of the late Billy V. and Stella Caviness Kiser.  He was raised by his mom and dad, J.C. and Margie Caviness Kiser.  He was a Tool and Die Supervisor, having worked at Ultra-Mek for 34 ½ years.  Neal was a 1978 graduate of Southwestern Randolph High School. He was preceded in death by his dad, J.C. Kiser; sisters, Debbie Kiser Slaughter and Jeanne Kiser Clark; and his mother in law, Nancy Ball Hogan.
He is survived by his wife of 41 ½ years, Elaine Hogan Kiser of the home; 4 daughters, Kristen Kiser Elberson (Scotty) of Denton, Stella Kiser Hineline (Christopher) of Denton; Dr. Hagan O’Neal Kiser (fiance’ Austin Lynthacum) of Troy, and Dr. Carolina Boxberger Gabriel of Germany; mother, Margie Kiser of Erect, NC;  Father-in-law, Alvin Val Hogan, Sr of Denton; he was the cherished grandfather of Lorelei Elberson, Ryleigh Hineline, Laken Elberson, and Ryder Hineline; 3 sisters, Cynthia Kiser Graves (Barry David) of Hope Mills, Rebecca Kiser Tedder of Asheboro, and Helen Kiser Beck (Bernard) of Erect NC; 2 brothers, James Alan Kiser (and his favorite sister-in-law, Deborah) of Asheboro, and Christopher Lee Kiser (fiancée Julie Robbins) of Texas; a number of nieces and nephews.  He is also survived by his work family, Steve Hoffman, Marc Murphy, Shane Hoffman, Bill Bencini, Mark Hogan, Beth Bunting and many more.
Mr. Kiser was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, co-worker, friend and father figure to many friends over the years. He was his daughter’s and grandchildren’s number one fan in everything they did.
Memorial Contributions may be made to Hospice of Randolph County, 416 Vision Drive, Asheboro NC  27203 or to Liberty Fellowship Church Cemetery Fund, 8165 New Hope Rd., Denton NC  27239
Online condolences can be made to the family at  

Mary Lue Hulin

Mary Lue Shipton Hulin, 76, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, September 17, 2021. She was born on July 4, 1945 in Davidson Co., NC to the late Frank and Lillie Bailey Shipton.
Mary spent 30 plus years as a seamstress for various textile plants in the local area. After retirement, she became a homemaker and had a love for the Outer Banks.
Mary is preceded in death by her parents; and daughter-in-law, Barbara Hulin.
Mary is survived by her husband of 54 years, Taryson “Tom” G. Hulin; daughter, Dolly Hulin; son, Jamie Hulin; step-son, Eddie Hulin and wife Ladonna of West Jefferson, NC; grandchildren, Laura Scarlett and husband Robert and Anthony Hulin and wife Brittany; her 6 great grandchildren, Kensley and Paisley Scarlett, Blake Hulin, Colton Hulin, Owen Hulin and Easton Hulin; Mary is also survived by her grand puppy, Remi.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Mary’s name to Randolph Senior Adults Association, 347 West Salisbury Street, PO Box 1852, Asheboro, NC 27203 or to the Randolph County Animal Shelter, 2222B South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, NC 27205.
A visitation for Mary took place on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Piney Grove Church of Denton, NC. A funeral service followed in the church at 3:00pm; Rev. Brad Treece and Rev. Marc Sessions officiating. Burial followed at Piney Grove Church Cemetery of Denton, NC.
Online condolences for the family may be made at

Charles William “Bill” McCormick
Charles William “Bill” McCormick, 95, passed away on September 08, 2021. Wanda and Bill McCormick will be laid to rest at 1:00PM Friday, November 12, 2021 at Greenhill Cemetery, Greensboro, NC and a Memorial Service will be held November 13, 2021 at 1:00 PM, New Hope United Methodist Church, Denton, NC
Bill was born in Greensboro but spent his later years in Denton, NC. He attended State University on a football scholarship. He left college to serve his country in the US Navy during World War II. Once discharged from the Navy he received a scholarship to play football at Guilford College where he graduated with a degree in Biology Education. He raised his family pursuing a career in sales and then later owned and operated a landscape and waterproofing business.
His wife Wanda and he were active members of their church, New Hope United Methodist Church in Denton.
Bill was preceded in death by his wife Wanda Henderson McCormick in 2018; one son “Chick” McCormick; sisters; Myrtle “Myrte” McCormick Winslow and Dorothy “Dot” McCormick Salls; brother Donald “Don” Monroe McCormick and a grandson Ian Owens.
He is survived by his son Randy McCormick; Daughters Donna Kilday (Fred), Debbie McCormick, and Dale Owens (Mike); eight grandsons Bruce (Carol) and Charlie McCormick, Billy (Quinn) and Matt (Shannon)  McFall, Jeremy (Yen) Kilday, Kelly Gardner, Wil (Jenn) and Kyle Owens; 11 great grandchildren, Hailey McCormick, Katherine, Will, Davis McFall, Colin, Cami McFall, James and Elinor Kilday, Sol Kai and Jai Gardner and Emma Owens.
The family wants to express a heartfelt thankyou to the Veterans Administration and ALL who loved and cared for “Mr. Bill”
 The family requests that memorial donations be made to Randolph County Honor Guard, P.O. Box 564 Denton, NC 27370 and New Hope United Methodist Church, c/o Joe Foley, 520 Cedar Branch Rd. Denton, NC 27239.