Mayor Mitch Cain speaks to local Scouts about the local economy and how Scouts can make a difference in improving their communities.
Local BSA Troop 194 in Jefferson City is working on building a better community. Recently the Scouts asked the Mayor questions about the growth of Jefferson City, and how they can make a difference. A good discussion ensued with Mayor Cain saying “This is a great example of young people being involved and they have the power to make it happen”.
At 8 AM on Wednesday, May 6, 2021, about 60 citizens gathering at the City Center for the National Day of Prayer event. This year’s event, which was themed Life, Liberty, and Love, featured students from Heritage Fellowship Christian School and 8 local pastors and ministry leaders who provided specific prayers for our city and its citizens. Here’s the full event detail.
City Mayor Mitch Cain
County Mayor Mark Potts
Introduction of theme: Life, Liberty, Love
Students from Heritage Christian Academy
Churches and Community Ministries – Charles (Appalachian Outreach)
Business and Economy – George Miller (Pastor, Grace Point)
Schools and CNU – Sheila Wiggins (Habitat for Humanity)
Medical Community and First Responders – Jimmy Inman (Pastor, True Life)
Jefferson City citizens, employees, and administrators – Daniel Iwanowycz (Associate Pastor, Faith Baptist)
Jefferson County and Our Military – Toy Wall (Pastor of Providence Church)
Prayer of Blessing for Jefferson City and County, Tennessee, and our Nation – Dr. Charles Fowler (President, Carson-Newman University)
Janette Parish from Faith Baptist Church who sang a special music selection
Tony Walls, Pastor of Providence Church in Jefferson City
We’re proud of all the hard work our frontline workers & healthcare heroes put forth every day to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of our community. Thank you to each of you! We’re grateful and fortunate to have you in our community!
On a cold, rainy night, members of Providence Church came together to honor our healthcare heroes outside of the hospital.
Thursday Evening with True Life Baptist Church
Members of True Life Baptist Church braved a cold January morning to cheer on and encourage healthcare workers with honking horns, flashing lights, and signs.
Friday Morning with Jefferson City Firefighters
Jefferson City Firefighters rolled out in 17 degree weather to participate in the celebration of Frontline, First Responder, and Healthcare Workers. These first responders took time to encourage and support our hospital workers.