Thursday, May 13, 2021

Sisterhood Invitation for Grads and Retirees

This invitation is for the grads and retirees. Once we have their info a Zoom invitation will follow.



 

Friday, May 7, 2021

Mother's Day, Grads and Retirees

 For the Mother's Day of Prayer, there were not enough participant/ volunteers so we will combine the celebrations with the grads and retirees. We decided at the meeting to have it on 5/15 but if we need to push it back, let me know what the majority of you thinks by Monday 5/10/21. 

BTW, I still have gifts for last year's grads so if you know someone who did not come to pick theirs up last month have them contact me.

I will repeat the slide show of the grads/retirees, so I am requesting 3 photos of each with these questions answered:

1. From what school/college is the student graduating? (or) From what company is the retiree retiring?

2. What college or job is the grad attending? In what field will he/she matriculate? What are the retirees immediate plans?

I would appreciate a volunteer for gathering this information with the list of grads and retirees.

 

If you are having trouble getting messages via Remind, there are some that I get a notice about from the app that says "(This person) is only reachable by email. To receive messages by text or app, they'll need to update their notification preferences."  I usually send the message again via email and text and I post the link to this blog on Facebook on our Mount Pilgrim Family group. I'd still appreciate it if someone who prefers to call would volunteer to call those who prefer to receive them.

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If you know of a sister who needs prayer, has a praise report or has passed away please feel free to let us know. Personally, with my schedule, I'm doing better with texts and phone calls. The bottom line is: let the rest of us know rather than just discuss it among those you see in person while discussing only with those what needs to be done.

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Message from Sister Juanolita Johnson:

Deacon Earl Philson Celebration Services are as follows:

Visitation begins Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 9:00 am until religious service at 11:00 am at Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church; 9700 Scenic Hwy.; Baton Rouge, LA. Interment Louisiana National Cemetery, Zachary, LA.

Funeral services entrusted to Hall Davis and Son.
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YSIC,
Kathy Michael

Thursday, May 6, 2021

Sister Dorothy Duncan

 Dorothy T. Duncan

1937 - 2021

 


 

Duncan, Dorothy T. a resident of Baton Rouge, she passed at 84 on May 1, 2021 at her residence. Dorothy was a native of Opelousas, LA. She was a graduate of J.S Clark High School. She received both her Bachelor's & Master's degrees and Plus 30 from the Southern University A&M College of Baton Rouge, LA. She was a retired teacher at Louisiana School for the Deaf. She was a faithful member and choir member of Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church. Religious service will be held at Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church, on Friday, May 7, 2021 at 11:00 A.M., conducted by the Rev. Ronnie Blake. Interment at Southern Memorial Garden. Survived by one son, Kelvin Duncan, two sisters, Dorothy Mason of Opelousas, LA and Cora Robinson of California, one brother, William Warner of Houston, TX. Preceded in death by her husband Joseph W. Duncan and one son Mark A. Duncan, Sr. and maternal and paternal grandparents.

Saturday, May 1, 2021

Meeting 5.4.21

 I know it is not 2nd Tuesday but we need a meeting before then to discuss and prepare for:

1. Mothers Day of Prayer - Last year's Mother's Day of Prayer went well so we should repeat the format. Sending in an email before meeting next Tues
2. Grads and Retirees 

Kathy Michael is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Kathy Michael's Zoom Meeting
Time: May 4, 2021 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/77104722760?pwd=MTdCVk4vOGZYZnJuRWZlREczRzRNQT09

Meeting ID: 771 0472 2760
Passcode: Sisters
[Please use your name on your device for logging in]

Monday, March 15, 2021

Fw: Mid-Week Talks

Mid-Week Talks

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Sisters,
I miscalculated. We are to do the mid-week talks for the month of April. I need to get volunteers for 7-10-minute talks to Sister LaFleur tomorrow. The Wednesdays in April are 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, and 4/28. I will start by doing 4/7.
If you cannot think of subject matter, think of something that's dear to your heart. I can also help, if you like. 
Please respond to this email or send me a text to 301-9582, ASAP.
Thank you!

YSIC,
Kathy Michael

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Paperless PostYahoo Mail Stationery

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Reminder: Speakers

 This is a reminder that it is the month that the Sisterhood Ministry is to do the Wednesday night midweek service talks. I need to let Sister LaFleur know  LAST WEEK. 

Unless you do not have a cell phone, please update your Remind accounts or rejoin using a cell phone. Contact me if you need me to resend the link. 

We will have meeting on second Tuesday via Zoom.

YSIC,

Sister Kathy Michael

Friday, September 11, 2020

Fred Oliver Wicker, Jr - Obituary

 Sisters, please stay in prayer for our Sister Elmira Wicker

Fred Oliver Wicker, Jr.

 

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Fred Oliver Wicker, Jr. entered into eternal rest at West Feliciana Hospital on Sunday, September 6, 2020. He was an 87 year old native of Greensburg, Louisiana and a resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Viewing at Miller & Daughter Mortuary on Saturday, September 12, 2020 from 10-12:45 pm; due to COVID-19 restrictions, a private service will be held; interment at Louisiana National Cemetery on Monday, September 14, 2020. Survivors include his devoted wife, Dr. Elmira Butler Wicker; sons, Michael (Annie) and Kyle (Latrice) Wicker; three grandsons; two great-grandsons; step mother Helen K. Wicker; sister, Helen W. Addison, Hammond, Louisiana; God-brother, Bishop Stafford Wicker, Atlanta, Georgia; sisters-in-law, Carrie Hampton (Lee), Opelousas, Louisiana and Evelyn Butler, Greensburg; nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. He was a member of Greater King David B.C., Rev. John Montgomery, pastor.



  • Thanks to Sister Drusilla King for dutifully sharing this message.