Tennessee Church of God camp meeting begins on Tuesday
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The 2014 Tennessee Church of God Camp Meeting will get underway Tuesday evening at 7.

The week-long series of meetings will be held at North Cleveland Church of God.

Dr. Donald M. Walker, state bishop for Tennessee, will be the speaker in the opening service Tuesday.

On Wednesday evening at 7, Dr. Mark Williams, general overseer of the Church of God, will be the speaker.

Dr. Mark Rutland, president of Global Servants, will be speaking in the 7 p.m. Thursday meeting

Kevin Wallace, senior pastor of Redemption Point Church, will be speaker Friday evening.

There will be special music at each of the services. On Tuesday evening, HeartCry from Charleston, W.Va., will be singing.

The Mount Paran Central Choir from Atlanta, Ga., will be singing Wednesday. Eddie James from Loganville, Ga., will be the Friday evening musical guest.

At 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, Dr. David Cooper, senior pastor of Mount Paran Central, will be speaking.

Dr. Mark Rutland will be speaking on Friday morning for the Men’s Service.

Liz Murray, a best-selling author, and subject of the Emmy-nominated Television movie “From Homeless to Harvard,” will be the speaker for the Women’s Service Friday at 9 a.m.

An ordination service will be held in the main sanctuary of North Cleveland Church of God at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

A memorial tribute will be presented at 7 p.m. in the main sanctuary.

Wednesday evening following the evening service, a reception will be held for Dr. Walker, honoring him for 56 years of ministry.

There will also be a Kids Camp Meeting each evening drung the services.

Children 2 years old will meet be in the Lambs Land Nursery in the atrium. Children ages 3 to 5 years will be in the Pre-School Nursery on the third floor. Children’s church, for ages 6 to 11, will be in the NCK Center in the atrium.

Nursery will be provided each evening and on Friday morning from 9 a.m to noon.