SEE YOU AT THE TABLE!
JAN 8-APRIL 29
4:30 – 5:30 PM: Early Bird Special, Room 125 (see description below)
5:30 – 6:15 PM: Dinner in the Fellowship Hall, RSVP required by Monday morning, January 27 at 10 AM. $5 children | $7 adult | $25 family max. Cost of dinner is paid at the door. Call the church office at 770-479-2502 or click here to register online for January 29.
6:15 – 7:00 PM: Elementary Choir – Adult Choir Room
6:15 – 7:30 PM: Groups (see descriptions below)
1/8/20 – Provino’s – baked ziti, spinach tortellini, salad, rolls.
1/15/20 – Family Traditions – baked chicken casserole, green beans, carrots.
1/22/20 – Soup Buffet – every one bring their favorite soup to share.
1/29/20 – Williamson’s BBQ – pork, chicken, baked beans, coleslaw.
2/5/20 – Moes – taco bar.
2/12/20 - Breakfast for dinner – sausage breakfast casserole, spinach/mushroom breakfast casserole, cheese grits.
$5 children | $7 adult | $25 family max.
RSVP required. Cost of dinner is paid at the door.
Note: RSVP for childcare (infant to 3 years old) to .
Early Bird Special, 4:30 – 5:30 PM in Room 125
Join us for an early version of Meat & Potatoes led by Susan Brown. Dig deeper into the previous Sunday’s sermon, have a great meal, and get home before dark!
Meat & Potatoes, 6:15 – 7:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall
Man cannot live on bread alone...and who would want to when there’s meat and potatoes! Join Pastor Kenny as we dig deeper into the weekly sermon. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and reflect on God’s Word from the previous Sunday.
Church 101: Understanding The Basics of the Church. What We Believe and Why... 6:15–7:30 PM in Room 119
Have you ever wondered why we say the Apostles Creed? And what’s all that stuff about the Holy Catholic Church? Why do we celebrate communion?
Join Pastor Kelly to learn about the history of the church, it’s governing principles, our creeds, the sacraments, and a time of Q & A (or stump the pastor).
Ladies Bible Study, 6:15–7:30 PM in Room 125.
Meet with other women as we study the Bible together. This study prompts great discussion and theological conversations.
Rise of the Nones Study, 6:15–7:30 PM in Room 126.
The single fastest growing religious group of our time is those who check the box next to the word "none" on national surveys. In America, this is 27% of the population; more than those who claim to be Catholic, Evangelical Christian, or Mainline Protestant.
We will seek to understand who are the "nones" and what caused the shift in culture? How can our church reach them? Join John Holloway on Wednesday nights, beginning 1/8, from 6:15-7:30 PM as we begin our book study, “Rise of the Nones.”
For more information or to register, contact John Holloway at to reserve your book.
6:15 – 7:00: Elementary Choir – Adult Choir Room
6:15 – 7:30: Elementary Groups
Kindergarten– 3rd grade – Room 122
Connect 4:5 (4th – 5th grade) – Room 123
6:15 – 7:30: Preschool Choir & Group – Room 111
Join us for something more on Wednesday Nights as we connect kids to God and each other through games, arts & crafts, and Bible lessons. The Preschool group is a combination of choir, games, activities, and Bible stories. Our Kindergarten through 3rd graders have a Bible lesson and can then choose their activity. Our 4th & 5th graders are learning about how to be the Body of Christ through service, so Wednesday Nights are a time to focus on leadership development. For more information about Children's Ministry activities, contact us at .
Student Ministry, 6:15 – 7:30 PM
Engage/Worship, Room 117 (Youth Room)—Join our High School students on Wednesday nights from 6:15-7:30 PM. Worship is at the heart of our ministry! Through modern music and Bible-based teaching that intersects with our culture, high school students discover worship is not an event to attend, but a process in which to “engage.”
Xperience, The Basics, Room 116—Join our Middle School students on Wednesday nights from 6:15-7:30 PM as we discover some of the “basics” of being a disciple of Jesus. We will learn how to use our Bibles, pray, have personal devotions, do personal Bible study, and see what it means to “grow” in our faith.