— -- Revival — There will be a revival at Gum Spring Baptist Church, with Barry Spears, May 13 to May 17 at 7 p.m. each evening. The church is located off Rt. 60 at Chimney Corner.
-- 35th Anniversary — Victory Baptist Church will celebrate its 35th anniversary Sunday, May 19, with services at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., followed by dinner on the grounds at the Victory Baptist Academy, and an outdoor service featuring special music at 3 p.m. Directions: South of Beckley, take I-64 Exit 125 towards Beaver; take first left onto Rt. 307 East and the church is 1/4 mile on right, school is 1/4 mile past church. For more information, call 304-255-4535 or visit the website at www.victorybaptistwv.com.
-- Sunday School Teachers Seminar — “Sunday School Rejuvenated,” a Sunday school teachers seminar, will be held Saturday, May 25 beginning at 10 a.m. at Victory Baptist Church. Instructor will be Abb Thomas. Call 304-255-4535 to register. Directions: South of Beckley, take I-64 Exit 125 towards Beaver; take first left onto Rt. 307 East and the church is 1/4 mile on right, school is 1/4 mile past church. For more information, call 304-255-4535 or visit the website at www.victorybaptistwv.com.
-- First Presbyterian Church — Bible classes are held every Wednesday in the Fellowship Hall from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 205 Central Avenue, Oak Hill. All denominations are welcome to share in our learning. For more information, call Nancye Martin, commissioned lay pastor, at 304-877-5194.
-- Summerlee Presbyterian — Summerlee Presbyterian Church, the white church at the Summerlee end of Oak Hill’s White Oak Rail Trail, would like to invite everyone to ride their bikes or walk to church. Come as you are dressed for biking or hiking. Bottled water will be provided for your refreshment. Sunday services begin at 9:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome.
-- Oak Hill First Brethren Contemporary Service — The Oak Hill First Brethren Church is currently presenting a contemporary service on the first and third Sundays of each month from 6 to 7 p.m. These will take place at the fellowship hall on Central Avenue, across the street from the church. Pastor Bill Skeldon will be the speaker and there will be a program of a contemporary nature. The public is invited and all are welcome.