Brittian honored by congregation at Providence ChurchFrom Staff Reports
Providence Baptist Church on Summers-McKoy Road celebrated the 22nd anniversary of the church’s pastor, Dr. Melvin D. Brittian Jr., on June 10.
Minister Dwain Johnson delivered the 11 a.m. sermon, titled “Give God Another Chance.” His text was II Chronicles 16:1-9.
The devotional service was led by the praise team of Bethel Heard Baptist. The occasion, welcome and recognition of visitors were made by Dorothy Lenon.
Tributes were made by James Lenon and Trey Brittian. Trey Brittian sang “I Want to Give my Best to You.” Other inspirational songs were sung by Alma Wood and the Bethel Heard Baptist Church Choir – accompanied by Marcellus Elder and Robert Hall.
A praise dance was performed by Meria Brittian. She performed “My Testimony.”
The featured speaker was Anthony Melson, pastor of Bethel Heard Baptist Church. He was introduced by his wife, Gwen Melson.
Anthony Melson delivered the anniversary sermon, titled “It’s Not About Me.” His text was Philippians 3:7-11.
Special gifts and contributions were presented to the honorees. Dwain Johnson was the master of ceremonies for the anniversary service.
Since Dr. Melvin D. Brittian Jr. became pastor at Providence, he has guided the congregation with his spiritual and trustworthy leadership, according to church members. The Brittians have two children, Trey and Metria. Trey Brittian attends Kennesaw State University, and Metria Brittian attends Newnan High School.
Primmer Ragland and Tiffany White were chairpersons for the anniversary event.