Missionary evangelists Don and Doris Carver, Louisville, Ky., will be the guest ministers at New Life Assembly of God Church, 266 Church Street, Bedford. The service is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 15, at 10:30 a.m., according to the Rev. Ralph Yantz, Pastor.
Don and Doris Carver will minister under the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit. There will be special singing, preaching of the gospel and an opportunity for everyone to receive Christ as Lord and Savior. Prayer will be offered for the sick. Come with an expectation to receive from God.
Jenna Catherine Clem and Matthew Christopher Mattingly were united in marriage on June 11, 2011 at the Richwood Plantation in Milton, Ky.
The bride is the daughter of Ray and Stuart Clem, Bedford. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in interior design.
The groom’s parents are Mark and Jamie Mattingly, Henderson, Ky. The groom graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics. He is employed with Amvac Chemical Corp.
With the recent news stories about child abuse, and death, it is easy to turn away and let the social service system deal with the problems.
In Trimble Family Court, the events that sometimes bring out the worst in parents are examined and remedies are put into place. But family court judges, lawyers and social workers have hundreds of cases each year, and sometimes, the child goes back to the same home with the parents or caregivers that mistreated them in the first place.
Gary and Emily Wright of Tucson, Arizona will be celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on November 22, 2011. They planned to celebrate with travel to Monument Valley. They are both graduates of Trimble County High School Class of 1959. After careers in Lexington, Kentucky, they retired to Tucson in 2000. Gary’s parents were Daniel and Barbara Wright of Bedford and Emily’s parents were Rev. Harry and Madalyn Wood of Milton. They have one son, Christopher Townsend Wright and one granddaughter Emily Catherine Wright.
The community Thanksgiving dinner on November 22 is coming together nicely, organizers say. Eight churches from Bedford and Milton will prepare and serve the food. Numerous volunteers have expressed their willingness to help set up and clean afterward.