The Covington News - - Religion -

for the chil­dren and a new sanc­tu­ary.

Pas­tor Lee spoke of how the church is reach­ing out to the com­mu­nity in dif­fi­cult times. He re­minds those who come to the church for help to trust God.

“We want to tell peo­ple who are in a per­sonal cri­sis that God has the an­swer for them,” said Lee. “In the midst of the storm, he is al­ways our peace.”

ENBC has min­istries for all ages. They launched a pro­gram called Wor­ship Kid Style to give chil­dren an op­por­tu­nity to have an in­ter­ac­tive wor­ship ex­pe­ri­ence on their level. Peo­ple who have a heart for Je­sus Christ and are looking for a way to serve are en­cour­aged to join ENBC and work with the chil­dren, youth and in Sun­day school. A mis­sion-minded church, they will send a group to Hands of Hope in West Vir­ginia in Novem­ber.

“I am con­vinced as we grow as a church, God will open up new min­istry op­por­tu­ni­ties in the church and com­mu­nity,” said Lee. “We’re about loving God and loving each other— a sim­ple slo­gan with so much truth.”

East New­ton Bap­tist Church, 1290 High­way 278 East, in Cov­ing­ton of­fers a va­ri­ety of pro­grams to meet spir­i­tual, ed­u­ca­tion, wor­ship and so­cial needs. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 770786-6627 or visit www.en­

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