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‘Through the Decades’ bridal fashion show set for Saturday at PTCUMC

Models for the upcoming PTCUMC bridal fashion show will include (L-R) Katie Fopiano wearing her mother’s bridal attire, Meg Federico wearing her mother, Andrea Harrison’s bridal attire from 1956 (Meg also wore it for her own wedding in 1999), Andrea Harrison wearing her  mother’s bridal attire. Photo/Debbie Rader-Clanton, 88Keyz Studio & Designs.

The United Methodist Women of Peachtree City United Methodist Church will present “Through the Decades,” a bridal fashion show for ladies of all ages, featuring bridal attire from the 1920s through today.

The event is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 11, from 2-4 .m. in the church worship center. Tickets are available for $5 per person.

Models will be wearing bridal gowns that were worn by ladies of the church on their wedding day.

Ladies modeling will be all ages, some wearing gowns of their grandmothers or mothers and some modeling their own wedding gown. Read More»

Fayetteville First UMC will again host Lenten Lunches

Fayetteville First United Methodist Church will again host its weekly series of Lenten lunches, featuring a light lunch and a brief message at noon each Thursday during Lent.

The cost is $2 and the first is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 22, at noon at the church, 175 E. Lanier Ave. (Ga. Highway 54 W.) in downtown Fayetteville. The Rev. Mark Westmoreland, senior pastor, will be the speaker and the Faith Circle will provide the lunch.

An Ash Wednesday service will be held that evening at 6:30 p.m., offering the imposition of ashes. Read More»

Fayetteville First UMC’s S.A.G.E. heads for Cartersville

The S.A.G.E. group (senior adults going everywhere) at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church have scheduled a trip to the Tellus Science Museum in Cartertsville for their February outing.

The trip is planned for Monday, Feb. 27, leaving the church at 9 a.m. and returning at 4 p.m.

The cost is $15 per person and includes museum, planetarium show and transportation. Lunch will be on your own at the museum cafe. Read More»

National Heights Baptist to offer six-week parenting class

In conjunction with the United Methodist Children’s Home in Decatur, National Heights Baptist Church in Fayetteville will host a six week parenting class on Sunday afternoons. Feb. 19-March 25 from 2:30-4:30 p.m., at the church, 103 Old Norton Rd (corner of Ga. Highway 54 and Old Norton Road). The curriculum is designed for all types of families with children of all ages. A one time $35 fee per family includes an “Active Parenting” parent guide and six weeks of classes. Read More»

Religion Briefs 02/08/12

Young adults elected to council at COS
Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City elected two young adults to serve on the Congregational Council at its annual meeting Jan. 29. Clint Barbour and Megan Kunig were elected to three-year terms, along with Keenen Anderson and Karen Guerrero. Current president Jon Scheumann was re-elected to fill an unexpired term.

LDS church to host Valentine dance Friday Read More»

Ready to sow into Senoia’s Sow Good Community Garden

Ready to sow into Senoia’s Sow Good Community Garden

It’s just about time for the Sow Good Community Garden to spring back into action. About to embark on its third season on the grounds of the Senoia Vineyard Community Church, project representative Brent Anderson said 3-foot by 12-foot planters will be leased to community members for $85 a year with a portion of the food grown donated to the ministry’s Sow Good Food Pantry. Each of the 20 planters, some of which are used by the church for the food pantry ministry, use certified organic compost and drip irrigation from well water. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Two things are certain: Life’s troubles and God’s faithfulness

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A lady with a pain in her side went to see a physician. He told her she had appendicitis and must have an operation immediately.

She decided to get a second opinion and went to see another doctor. He told her she had gall bladder trouble and must have an operation immediately.

A friend asked her, “Where do you go from here?”

She answered, “Back to the first doctor. I’d rather have appendicitis.” Read More»

Hebels’ ‘Forgiving Forward’ seminar held in Sharpsburg

Bruce & Toni Hebel

On Saturday, Jan. 21st, the Division of Diocesan Ministry Development for the Diocese of the Mid-South of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, under the direction of Dr. Judy Massey of Peachtree City, hosted a “Forgiving Forward” seminar at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg. The event was attended by more than 60 people and clergy from a number of churches from around the diocese. Read More»

St. Andrew’s ‘Art With a Heart’ this weekend will benefit Christian City’s Children’s Village

The “Art With a Heart” Fine Arts and Crafts Show benefitting The Children’s Village at Christian City is planned for Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3 and 4, at St. Andrews in the Pines Episcopal Church in Peachtree City. The event is sponsored by FAACE (Fine Arts And Crafts Entrepreneurs).

The opening reception will be held Friday, Feb. 3, from 6-9 p.m. The art show will be held the following day, Saturday, Feb. 4, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., and will feature original fine arts and crafts, paintings, pottery, fiber art, jewelry, ornaments, stained glass, wall hangings and more. Read More»

Warriors Motorcycle Club forms at Christ the King

Members L-R), John Epps, Sharpsburg, road captain; Gary Cramer, Newnan, sergeant-at-arms; Jason Epps, Senoia, president; John Jenkins, Sharpsburg. Back Row (L-R) Dawn McCook, Newnan; Steve McCook, Newnan, secretary and webmaster; Ellen Cramer, Newnan; Jessica Epps, Senoia; Gerhard Bar, Carrollton, treasurer; Bonnie Bar,Carrollton; and David Epps, Sharpsburg, vice-president; Dawn McCook was appointed club photographer.

The Warriors Motorcycle Club has been formed at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg. The club was formed to give church members and other Christians the opportunity to ride and fellowship.

The first activity of the group was to visit Bishop John Holloway and his family in Griffin.

The first official organizational meeting was held at a local restaurant and officers were elected. In order to be a full member, a person must own and ride a motorcycle. Non-owners who ride may be associate members. A committee is being formed to work on the club’s by-laws. Read More»

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