It’s nearly time for St. Patrick’s Day, and that means it’s also time for the City of Enterprise to host the 25th Annual World’s Smallest St. Patrick’s Day Parade! This year’s parade is scheduled for Saturday, March 17. Promptly at Noon, the parade’s single marcher will start off at the courthouse, walk down College Street to the Boll Weevil Monument (the world’s only monument to a pest), and then return to the courthouse. So, come on down to Downtown Enterprise for some local fun. Who knows, you might even end up on the National News!
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- Troop 150: Pack & Crew (Boy Scouts) November 12, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Fellowship Hall & Classrooms
- Pot Luck Supper November 13, 2019 at 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm Fellowship Hall
- Evening Bible Study November 13, 2019 at 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm Fellowship Hall
- Choir Practice November 13, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Choir Room
- Girl Scout Leader Cookie Training (GSUSA) November 14, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Fellowship Hall
- Girl Scout Troop #9123 (GSUSA) November 15, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Fellowship Hall & Classrooms
- First Responders Pancake Breakfast November 16, 2019
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Please join us for worship tomorrow! Everyone is welcome at Green Hill Presbyterian Church. Service begins at 11:00am. 735 East Lee Street, Enterprise. Alabama. www.greenhillpc.com
Holy Communion at Green Hill is open to all believers, all who trust Christ as their Lord and Savior. You do not need to be a member of Green Hill to receive Communion. You are warmly invited to share the Bread and the Cup from the Lord’s Table. Communion is offered at Green Hill on the 1st Sunday of each month. Worship service begins at 11:00am.
It's a new month! Don't forget to check out the upcoming events on the Green Hill Church Calendar: https://greenhillpc.com/calendar/
The Christian Year: All Saints’ Day In early Christian tradition, saints’ days began as a way to mark the anniversary of a martyr’s death — his or her “birthday” as a saint. By the middle of the church’s first millennium, there were so many martyrs (particularly due to the persecution of Diocletian) that it was hard to give them all their due. All Saints’ Day was established as an opportunity to honor all the saints, known and unknown. All Saints’ Day has a rather different focus in the Reformed tradition. While we may give thanks for the lives of particular luminaries of ages past, the emphasis is on the ongoing sanctification of the whole people of God. Rather than putting saints on pedestals as holy people set apart in glory, we give glory to God for the ordinary, holy lives of the believers in this and every age. This is an appropriate time to give thanks to members of the community of faith who have died in the past year. We also pray that we may be counted among the company of the faithful in God’s eternal realm. All Saints’ Day has been celebrated on November 1 since the year 835. Previously it had been connected with the Easter season as a feast of all martyrs.