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Cherokee: The Savior Is Born



savior_bornThe signs are every where, that the Christmas Holidays are near.  The lights are all hung, the trees have been carefully decorated, and almost all the gifts have been carefully chosen, but I wonder is that what we think Christmas is all about.  I should hope not, because there is so much more.  In Luke 2:8-11, says,  “Now there were in the same country shepherds living out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night.  And behold, an angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were greatly afraid.  Then the angel said to them.  ‘Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people.  For there is born to you this day in the City of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord”.   There is no greater message that mankind could be awaiting that could bring such good news.  For the scriptures goes on to tell us that, He came not to a throne but to a manger.  He lived not as a king but as a servant.  He chose not a kingdom, but a cross.  He gave not just a little, but everything that Heaven had to offer.  So Brothers, Sisters, and Friends let us celebrate the birth of Christ on this precious holy day, and go about sharing the Good News that on this day The Savior Of The World Was Born.


The Savior Is Born                                                                                  

Pastor Jimmy

Cherokee: Summer Bible Camp

cherokee_summer_camp_2010_1_300Cherokee Chapel Holiness Methodist Church has ran a summer camp for underpriviledged children, 2nd through 6th grade for the past 2 years.  The Church makes a concerted effort to recruit children who normally do not attend Church.  All children are welcome and no child is denied.  The Church has formed a partnership with Sacred Pathways, Campbell Soup and Oxendine Elementary School.  Through this partnership, we have enrolled over 200 children in the past 2 years.

The children are taught basic christian values, and principles.  They are provided 2 hot meals each day, breakfast and lunch.  Recreation and craft time is planned for each day.

We have over 40 volunteers who support the camp.  The volunteers teach the children, prepare the meals and provide transportation.

cherokee_summer_camp_2010_2_300Sacred Pathways arranges for a dental van to visit the camp.  This is a full service dental service.  The children receive an oral exam, cleaning, fillings and extraction.  Oxendine Elementary School provides free lunch to the children, Monday throughThursday.  Sacred Pathways provides breakfast and lunch food, snacks and deserts.

The coordinated efforts of the partners and volunteers result in a successful summer camp.
God has truly blessed Cherokee Chapel Holiness Methodist Church and the community.  We are allowed to reach out into the community to affect the lives of children in a positive manner.

cherokee_summer_camp_2010_3_300The harvest is great, but the laborers are few.  But before there can be a harvest, seeds must be planted.  Thank God for trusting and enabling us to be planters.

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Cherokee: Brazil Mission Trip


Reaching Out With Stretched Arms Is Our Mission

Who's Supporting The Mission?

Cherokee Holiness Methodist Church

What Is It For?

Raising money to renovate our sister Church and feed hungry Brazilians

When Will The Mission Begin and End?

We plan to start now and go over in July 2011 to serve our mission

Who Do I Contact?

Call Rocky Locklear at (910)-610-5300 or send an Email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.  You can even mail a donation to Cherokee Chapel Church at 235 Lakewood Drive Maxton NC, 28364 and memo it to mission donation.  If you do this we will send a receipt back with a word of thanks.

Click here to download a flyer to hang in your Church.

Jesus Christ says,"...that you love one another; as I have loved you"

Sunday School Lesson



Sunday School 9:45am

Sunday Worship 11:00am

Wed. Bible Study 11:00am & 7:00pm

Directions to Cherokee

Drive Enter Starting Location

Drive Cherokee Chapel H.M.C
5590 Oxendine School Rd
Maxton NC, 28364





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Rev. Jimmy Locklear


Aaron Brewer

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Russell Strickland




Crawley Locklear

Class Leader


Freddie Oxendine


Jennings Bullard

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James Chavis


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Carl Chavis



 Clayton Locklear 



 Eugene Wilkins III

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