Deacon Black Makes Their Way Back to the Bullet Saturday, February 3rd

Hickory, NC – On Saturday, February 3rd, Deacon Black hits the Wayneo’s Silver Bullet stage. The doors open at 7:30pm, the show starts at 9:00pm. Deacon Black Wayneo’s Silver Bullet

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Deacon Black Wayneo's Silver Bullet

 

 

 

deacon is a member of the diaconate, an office in Christian churches that is generally associated with service of some kind, but which varies among theological and denominational traditions. In many traditions the diaconate is a clerical office; in others it is for laity. Some Christian churches, such as the Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church, view the diaconate as part of the clerical state.

The word deacon is derived from the Greek word diákonos (διάκονος),[1] which is a standard ancient Greek word meaning “servant”, “waiting-man”, “minister”, or “messenger”.[2] One commonly promulgated speculation as to its etymology is that it literally means “through the dust”, referring to the dust raised by the busy servant or messenger.[3]

It is generally assumed that the office of deacon originated in the selection of seven men by the apostles, among them Stephen, to assist with the charitable work of the early church as recorded in Acts 6.

The title deaconess (διακόνισσα diakónissa) is not found in the Bible. However, one woman, Phoebe, is mentioned at Romans 16:1–2 as a deacon (διάκονος diákonos) of the church in Cenchreae. Nothing more specific is said about her duties or authority, although it is assumed she carried Paul’s Letter to the Romans. The exact relationship between male and female deacons varies. In some traditions a female deacon is simply a member of the order of deacons, while in others, deaconessesconstitute a separate order. In some traditions, the title “deaconess” was also sometimes given to the wife of a deacon.

Female deacons are mentioned by Pliny the Younger in a letter to the emperor Trajan dated c. A.D. 112.