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We welcome you to Central, which is anything but the typical Baptist church. It

  • embraces a traditional style of worship.
  • is theologically moderate.
  • recognizes that women, as well as men, may serve in leadership positions and may be ordained.
  • exhibits loving respect for the diverse opinions of individual members.
  • embraces the belief that the individual is free to interpret the Bible for himself or herself, using the best study tools available to the individual.
  • is autonomous, though affiliated with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.

August 2 Sunday

Rev. Daniel Nance

“Bread That Sustains"


John 6:24-35; 2 Ssamuel 11:26-12:13a

8:45 am

Worship Service

9:45 am

Sunday School Classes

10:55 am

Worship Service w/Baptism. Special Music: Mrs. Amy Headley, Soloist

Wednesday Evening

There are no Wednesday evening activities through the end of July.

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Central Baptist Church - Ruth Drake Ladies Bible Study

POWER to Live By: Studies from the Book of Acts

Beginning Tuesday, September 1, 1:00-2:00 pm, The Heritage Room
Registration cost for materials: $20
Download the syllabus.

Please register on line and pay by credit/debit card or check.

The Book of Acts is action-packed and fun to read. In this book, that meticulous gatherer of details, Dr. Luke, records what has become the most reliable source of information about the beginnings of the Christian church. While his treatise is not an exhaustive historical account of the early church, he gives us enough information to see that the spreading of Christianity through the Roman world was nothing short of miraculous.

In this study, we will concentrate on finding power to live by. We will seek to answer the daily questions about commitment to Christ and the living out of that commitment in today’s world. We will seek to learn from the early believers about how to experience supernatural power in the battles of life and faith.

It is my prayer that this study will help you discover or rediscover the incredible power that God makes available to us through the indwelling of His Spirit. But more importantly, may knowing that Power accomplish its purpose: to bring you and through you, others to know God’s boundless love and care in Jesus Christ. Join us in this study, and as we journey together may you find wisdom as you see the unchanging principles and faithfulness of God through every challenge of life.  See you September 1. - Grace and peace, MissyB


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5:30 pm - Family Fun Night

Come join us for dinner and playtime on the new playground.

  • Youth and children's families are asked to bring side dishes to share.
  • Adults are asked to bring desserts.
  • More handprint molds for children will be available for those who did not get a chance to leave their handprints in the new playground on Sunday, July 26.

6:45 pm - Youth Preview Night in the Youth Building


Central's very own PACK 47 will kick off a new scouting year in August with our "Back to Scouting Picnic" on Friday, August 28 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Newnan Utilities Park, Pavilion 4. If your son is a current cub scout, or is looking to join scouting, and is a rising first through fourth grader, please join us for our annual kick-off picnic. There will be information packets available for the upcoming year.

The whole family is invited to come and enjoy some hot dogs, cake, drinks, and good clean fun!! Please contact Cindy Burkhart for more information: cmdburkhart@gmail.com or  770-328-0519.

Ever wonder if you have a problem when it comes to your use of alcohol? Has a friend or even your spouse told you that it has become a problem? This link has two sets of questions that look into a person's use of alcohol to determine if it's a problem. Take the time to answer the questions presented. If the answers you give indicate that you might have a problem, then consider doing something about it. You can call the church and talk to one of our ministers, or you can call the number in the phone book for Alcoholics Anonymous. It is an organization that has been around a long time with a really good track record for helping people with this problem. Please remember that alcoholism is a disease, like diabetes or coronary heart disease. If treated properly, you can expect to live a much healthier life. If ignored, then the problems will deepen and the impact on your family will only get worse. So, take the test, and if you need to, call me. --Joel

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