Northview Class Of 2019 Holds Baccalaureate Service (With Gallery)

May 6, 2019

The Northview High School Class of 2019 held their Baccalaureate service Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Church of Bratt.

“Life is tough; be prepared,”  Rev. Ted Bridges of the Walnut Hill Baptist Church told the seniors. “There are no free lunches in life. You’ve got to work for it.”

“Let your light sign. Don’t lose what you have achieved,” Bridges continued. “Don’t lose that relationship with Jesus.”

The program also include prayer and music provide by the Northview students.

Graduation for the Northview High School Class of 2019 will be at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 18 at the school.

For photo gallery, click here. photos, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Northview Class Of 2019 Holds Baccalaureate Service (With Gallery)”

  1. Dakota on May 9th, 2019 10:10 pm

    My sister Joey Johnson just graduated from Northview High school this year i am so proud i wont you to know that i look up to u sis i love you so much and i want you to know that i want to be exactly like you when i get in high school love you.- Dakota/KOTA

  2. The Baggetts on May 6th, 2019 5:41 am

    This was an awesome service with an even better attendance. Thank you, First Baptist Church, for hosting the event! Great pictures, William!

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