Reba Nicole Lovell of Tullahoma will be singing and playing the piano at Booneville United Methodist Church on Sunday, Dec. 30, at 11 a.m. following Sunday school classes.
A Louisiana native, Reba Nicole, a 16-year-old singer/songwriter, now attends Coffee County Schools, where she is active in the band.
The public is invited to attend worship and enjoy the music. The church family will host a covered-dish lunch in the fellowship hall for all who attend on Dec. 30. Feel free to bring a dish is you wish.
The pastor is the Rev. David Arrington. Ed Crabtree is the song leader, and Patsy Wilkes Moore is the pianist. Bob and Kathy Hinson are Sunday School teachers.
The small group at Booneville United Methodist of Lincoln County has pulled together to have an addition built to the fellowship hall and a new Sunday school classroom for the children and youth. The church is eager to use the new addition, which came in handy for the Thanksgiving lunch.
“We welcome anyone who is looking for a church home to come and worship, and we need more children to fill the new classroom,” said Patsy Wilkes Moore.
Treasurer Bill Martin said the building program was paid by the membership and memorials of past members.
If you have questions about worship times, special meals or mission work, call Bill Martin at 931-759-7701; Patsy Wilkes Moore at 931-308-3190; Bob Hinson at 931-685-0799; or the Rev. Arrington at 931-433-1868. Any members of the church will be happy to assist you.