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Senoia UMC holds Vacation Bible School

Senoia United Methodist Church invites all children ages K-5th grade to get ready to dive into fun at Operation Overboard: Dare to go Deep With God. Explore and experience God's underwater universe at VBS!

VBS will be held Monday, June 18 through Friday, June 22 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Senoia UMC located at 229 Bridge Street in Senoia.

For more information contact the church office 770-599-3245, e-mail vbs@senoiaumc.org, or visit our website at www. senoiaumc.org/vbs

‘He who finds a good wife finds a good thing ...’

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Wedding bells are ringing. I’ve had the privilege of officiating two weddings in recent weeks and attending a third. We have a wedding on the horizon in our family. My son got engaged in February to a beautiful young lady that he met at Georgia College and State University. They are set to be married in September.

My wife and I just celebrated our 32nd anniversary. I will never forget the moment I met Amy. We were both very involved in Baptist Student Union, now known as BCM (Baptist Collegiate Ministry) at our respective colleges. She was in Atlanta, and I was in Statesboro. Read More»

All Saints Anglican Praise Band gives inaugural performance

Some of the members of the All Saints Anglican Church Praise Band shown are (L-R)  Sally Simon, Jere Greiner, Kylee Greiner, Dorothy Murphy, Elizabeth Fry, Olivia Hamilton, and Madeline Fry. Photo/Special.

After rehearsing for several months, members of the All Saints Anglican Church Praise Band conducted their inaugural performance on Mother’s Day, May 13. Group members Elizabeth, Jonathan, and Madeline Fry; Jere and Kylee Greiner; Olivia Hamilton; Phil Kelley; Nicky Macaluso; Chris and Dorothy Murphy; Deb Rothley, Sally Simon; and Charis Williams participated. Popular praise songs performed by the group were “Thy Word,” “He Knows my Name,” “You Are My All in All,” “Shout to the Lord,” and many others. The Praise Band practices each Sunday following the worship service. Read More»

Tyrone First Christian will kick off VBS with carnival June 10

The First Christian Church of Tyrone is getting ready for its Vacation Bible School which will be June 10 through June 15.

The theme for the school is: “The Sky — Everything Is Possible With God.”

Coordinator Sue Roberts has been busy organizing volunteers, gathering supplies and scheduling events.

About 100 children are expected to attend the school which will be kicked off in a carnival on June 10 from 4 through 6 p.m. Read More»

‘Terrific Tuesdays’ at COS will offer varied summer activities

Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City will offer Terrific Tuesdays for elementary-age children this summer. Except for June 5, all activities are at the church from 1-3 p.m. and are free.

The schedule:

• June 5: Leave the church at 1 p.m. for Saville Studios. Children will learn about painting, paint a picture, and do an activity. Cost is $15 per child. Children may be picked up at the studio at 3 p.m. or at the church at 3:15. For more information or to register a child, contact children@coslutheran.org by Friday, June 1.

• June 12, Theme: Gardening Read More»

Haircuts fundraiser nets youth a mission to India

Shown (L-R) Tristan McGee, Joy McGee, Dan Handley. Photo/Special.

In order to participate in a two week youth mission trip to India, Tristan McGee of Newnan was required to raise a significant amount of money.

One method was “Cuts for a Cause,” an idea conceived by Tristan’s aunt, Joy McGee of Peachtree City.

Mrs. McGee, a hair stylist, offered free hair cuts for men and boys in the fellowship hall of Christ the King Church, Sharpsburg. While the haircuts were free, donations were encouraged.

One haircut recipient was Dan Handley of Peachtree City. Read More»

Providence UMC will host iMarriage discussion group beginning June 3

Providence United Methodist Church will host “iMarriage,” a six-week DVD/discussion small group designed to make marriage better, beginning June 3.

The class will meet at 10 a.m. in room F13 and will be led by Trent and Laura Collier. Class size is limited to 15 couples.

Email Leslie at llunsford@provumc.com to get on the list for the class. Free childcare will be provided. Read More»

Received at Holy Cross

 (L-R) Bill Rogers, Jeanette Kirsch, Bishop David Epps who participated in the ceremony, Joe Saccavino, and Toni Saccavino. Photo/Special.

Four individuals previously confirmed at Church of the Holy Cross (CEC) in Fayetteville were received as new members on April 15. The Rev. Canon Paul Massey, founding vicar of the church, presented the new members to be received. Shown and received as new members are (L-R) Bill Rogers, Jeanette Kirsch, Bishop David Epps who participated in the ceremony, Joe Saccavino, and Toni Saccavino. According to denominational statistics, Holy Cross has doubled in attendance during the past two years. A church dinner followed the service. Read More»

Faith Lutheran’s summer soccer camp still taking registrations

Faith Lutheran Church in Sharpsburg will host a four-day summer soccer camp June 18 -21 which is for children rising to kindergarten through children children rising to sixth grade. The registration fee is $50.

“The camp is an opportunity to grow in both soccer skills, and faith in Jesus while sharing Christian fellowship, meeting new friends and having fun,” said Vicar Mark Reichert.

Experienced soccer players and coaches will teach a variety of soccer techniques to include dribbling, passing, shooting, heading and conditioning. Read More»

Religion Briefs 05/23/12

CDM will host seminar
Christ Discipleship Ministries (CDM) in Fairburn will host a seminar titled Prophet Chambers Training on Saturday, May 26,  from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The speaker will be Prophet Timothy Frazier. The training is for those who feel called to the office of the prophet and for those who want to understand the role of the prophet in the 21st century. It is important to contact the CDM office in advance at 770-969-8370 for registration information. No nursery or childcare will be provided.

Prayer group meets at Summit Read More»

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