Monthly Archives: September 2022


20
Sep 2022
"Faith & Civility" series starting points

• To acknowledge that faith and morality do play a significant role in the life of our public servants regardless of political party. • To acknowledge that the civil and political landscape in America is fractured and deeply polarized, affecting every aspect of our culture including the church. • To believe that Christians have a responsibility to model and be advocates for civil dialogue among people of different backgrounds and political ideologies • To honor Woodmont’s ongoing commitment to being a “Big Tent” or “Purple” Church that seeks to bring conservatives and......

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12
Sep 2022
Shine Light & Keep Liza’s Legacy Alive!

On Friday morning, September 2nd, thirty-four year old Liza Fletcher got up early to go for a run as she often did many mornings. Running was her passion and her outlet. It was the way she stayed in shape and handled stress as a pre-k teacher at St. Mary’s School, a wife, and a mother of two young boys. But this run was different because she didn’t return. She was tracked down and then forcefully abducted right next to the University of Memphis campus around 4:20 a.m. Surveillance cameras showed a GMC......

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