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CTK celebrates anniversary, welcomes new members

The Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg celebrated the church’s 14th anniversary by confirming or receiving several new members.

The church began in a living room with 19 people in 1996 and relocated to the chapel of Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home in Peachtree City for six years.

The congregation then occupied its new sanctuary and a fellowship hall and classroom were later added at the location on Ga. Highway 34 in Coweta County.

Services are held every Sunday at 8:30 and 10 a.m.

New members at CTK include (L-R, first row) Rhianna Benson, Fayetteville; Rainee Lyn Head, Sharpsburg; Angela Northrup, Senoia; Marie Safreed, Fayetteville; Ruth Dickinson, Leta Dickinson, Seth Dickinson, Susanne Dickinson, and Isaac Dickinson, Newnan. SEcond row (L-R) Melissa Benson, Kyle Benson, Fayetteville; Chris Northrup, Senoia; Steve Safreed, Fayetteville; Paul Dickinson, and David Dickinson, Newnan. Third row, clergy (L-R) Deacon Bill Shelton, Newnan; Deacon Jim Gardner, Tyrone; Deacon David Neece, Newnan, Bishop David Epps, Sharpsburg; Deacon Scott Quinn, Sharpsburg; Deacon Tony McGee, Newnan; Deacon James Taylor, Peachtree City. Not pictured but also received as members were Rob Benson, Fayetteville, and Ron Stone, Newnan. Photo/Special.

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