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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.
January 25 Sunday
Dr. Joel E. Richardson
Mark 1:14-20; Jonah 3:1-5, 10
Worship Service. Special Music: "Holy Bible, Book of Love"
Sunday School Classes
Worship Service. Special Music: "How Firm a Foundation," "Speak, O Lord," The Chancel Choir
January 28 Wednesday
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Family Fellowship Supper - Chicken Fingers (No reservation necessary.)
See regular schedule for details of activities after supper. Adults will hear Dr. Loyd Allen present a mini-history of the Protestant Reformation.
Clyde Edgerton video is on line
On Thursday, January 22, at 7:00 pm in the sanctuary at Central, the Anne Quinn Powell Authors’ Series sponsored an evening with Clyde Edgerton. Video of that presentation is now available on line. Just click "Media" in the navigation bar at the left and select the YouTube video.
We need some more people to help with Wednesday night meals. If you would like to participate in this important church program by cooking a meal, or helping on a team, please contact Anita Headley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-328-9448. It’s a great way to have fun and get to know both the Wednesday night team and other church members. Come join us; you’ll be glad you did!
As the saying goes, "If you don't like the weather in Georgia, wait five minutes, and it will change." That being said, our winters can get a bit nippy. Many times we find ourselves going to different states or countries to help those less fortunate than we, forgetting that there are many people in Newnan in need.
I am organizing a coat drive for the homeless/poor in Newnan, and I am hoping everyone will help in some way. Whether you can donate one or ten lightly used coats (all sizes), anything is appreciated.The deadline for donations is Friday, January 30. Please drop off the clean, lightly used coats on the Fellowship Hall stage any time between now and then.
Again, everything is appreciated!
Believe it or not, it's already time to begin making plans for 2015 Vacation Bible School. If you have children or grandchildren who will be going into Pre-K4 through sixth grade, mark your calendar to reserve the dates for them to attend. If you can volunteer to work in VBS, contact Katie Faison (email@example.com, 678-877-7060) for information on how you can help.
"The Music and the Word with Friends"
Special music on February 8 at 10:55 a.m. service
On February 8, a host of friends will join Anne at the piano to share in the Word, in hymns of the faith, and in worship. Our loft will resound with an unusual grouping of instruments in praise and worship: string quartet, oboe, trumpet, guitar, flugel horn, flute, and piano!
March 13-15, 2015 March Mission Madness
Cost: $85 (Nonrefundable deposit of $40 due to secure spot.) Sign up on line.
The 2015 flower calendar is available outside the church office. Dates are available to place flowers for worship services in memory or in honor of loved ones, or to celebrate a special occasion. We had a wonderful response for 2014, so be sure to sign up now to get the date you want! You may either stop by or call the church office.
Bi-Monthly, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month (14th & 28th in Jan) Breakfast at Chick-fil-A
No need to make reservations. Just show up at the Dwarf House.
January 30, 2015 "Ring of Fire"
Featuring the Music of Johnny Cash
The Legacy Theatre, Tyrone
Leave the church at 7:00 pm; show at 8:00 pm
Ticket deadline has passed.
Book group reads
Please join the Lavinia Barron Book Group during this season's reading, starting on September 8. Here is the schedule for the season, giving the date, the host, and the book. Meetings are at 7:15 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Martha Lee Child, Hostess
"The Question That Never Goes Away"
Katie Brady and Nan Van Patten, Hostesses
Breathing Space – A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx
Menlia Trammel, Hostess
Inez Glover, Linda Dubose, and Barbara Walls, Hostesses
Women meeting women to
. . . encourage one another.
. . . grow in discipleship.
. . . support mission endeavors.
Monday, January 26, 2015, 11:00 am
"A Legacy of Baptist Leadership”
Martha Kate Hall
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia
Martha Kate Hall holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from Mercer University and a Master of Divinity Degree in Christian Education from Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. Martha Kate served for four years as a Minister to Preschoolers and Children in Corsicana, Texas. She was ordained by First Baptist Church of Augusta, where she later served on the music ministry staff. In 2013, she began work as the Associate Coordinator for Congregational Life at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia.
Reservations are requested for name tags and seating and are required for lunch. Register here to attend or call the church office at 770-683-0610.
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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