Drama in honor of black history
St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church will present a drama of conversations depicting the contributions of black Americans during a Black History Month program that will begin at 4 p.m. Sunday.
The program, under the direction of Jean Embry, also will includes spiritual music.
A reception will follow the performance.
Call the church, which is at 3221 Wheeler Road, at (706) 738-6676 for more information.
The Whole Life Ministries Sanctuary Choir will present Homeland: A Tribute to Our God, Nation and Freedom at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
The public is invited, and active-duty military, reservists and former members of the armed services are especially urged to attend.
A section has been reserved for the military and immediate family of those killed in combat.
Call the church, which is at 2621 Washington Road, at (706) 737-4530 for more information.
A concert featuring The Dixie Echoes Quartet at Bible Fellowship Church has been rescheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday.
The concert is free, but an offering will be taken.
The church is at 3071 Old Petersburg Road, Martinez.
Call (706) 922-5314 or log on to biblefellowship
ministry.org to obtain more information.
Golfers participating in an annual fundraiser for an area adoption agency will have the opportunity to play alongside a member of the two-time national championship Augusta State University golf team.
The event, Chip in ‘FORE’ Adoption, supports Covenant Care Services of Augusta and will take place March 3 at Forest Hills Golf Club.
“By participating in the tournament I have the ability to help save lives and families that are in need, which is much more important than any championship a golfer could ever play in,” Augusta State golfer Carter Newman said in a statement.
Money raised from the tournament supports the nonprofit, nondenominational Christian ministry, which provides adoption placement and follow-up counseling services to local women.
The tournament costs $100 per player. Hole sponsorships are $150.
The registration deadline is Feb. 25.
Go to AdoptAugusta.com to obtain more information.