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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.
March 29 Sunday
Dr. Joel E. Richardson
"Palms or Passion?"
Mark 11:1-11; Mak 14:15 Selected
Sunday School Classes
Worship Service. Special Music: "Hosanna in the Highest," "Tell Me the Stories of Jesus," The Music Makers Choir; "Let the King Come In!," The Chancel Choir and The Brass Quartet
April 1 Wednesday
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Spring Bring-a-Dish Supper. (No reservation necessary.)
6:30 pm - Tenebrae—A Service of Darkness
6:30 pm - Youth Bible Study
7:30 pm - Chancel Choir Rehearsal
2015 Worship and Luncheon Schedule
It is once again our priviledge to join with other churches for community Lenten services on Wednesdays leading up to Easter. Each thirty-minute service will begin at 12:00 noon, with a meal immediately following each service. The cost of the meal is $5; no reservations are required.
April 1 - First Baptist Church
Join with us to build a Habitat house
Beginning March 7, 2015, ten churches will partner with the Newnan/Coweta Habitat for Humanity to build a home for a partner family. Work will continue every Thursday and Saturday, from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Construction is scheduled to be completed by April 23. Click here to sign up for when you can work.
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 and register them here.
If you can volunteer to work in VBS, contact Katie Faison (firstname.lastname@example.org, 678-877-7060) for information on how you can help.
March 4 Stop Hunger Now
The 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm time period on this day is reserved for youth to assemble meals. After this effort, the youth will have dinner (more details later).
March 13-15 March Mission Madness
Cost: $85 (Nonrefundable deposit of $40 due to secure spot.) Sign up on line.
For rising high school students and families and adults throughout the church. We will be assisting in the construction of a house in a sugarcane workers' village. Cost will be $1,400.
We will be traveling to Austin to partner with Group Mission Trips. A non-refundable deposit of $75 is due in order to sign up, and the total cost is $400.
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
Now is the time to sign your children up to attend the annual Easter Egg Hunt. It's March 28, 10:00 am, at Banks and Carol Glover's home, 31 Alpine Drive, Newnan, GA.
Bi-Monthly, 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month (11th & 25th in March) Breakfast at Chick-fil-A
No need to make reservations. Just show up at the Dwarf House.
Thursday, March 26 Gibbs Gardens, Ball Ground, GA
Please join us for what Southern Living calls “the most stunning daffodil gardens ever,” with more than 16 million daffodil blossoms covering 50-plus acres of hillsides and fields. This has been called the largest and most spectacular display “this side of Holland.” The cost of $20 includes gardens admission and transportation. Lunch will be Dutch treat at the Gardens Café. We will leave the church at 9:00 am and return between 4:30 pm and 5:00 pm. You may register online or call the church office at 770-683-0610.
Wednesday, April 8 Explorations in Antiquity: Bringing Ancient History to Life, LaGrange, GA
The Explorations in Antiquity Center helps people encounter the ancient Biblical world through its history and culture. Through authentic archaeological replicas, Biblical meal presentations, daily life artifacts in the Biblical Life Artifacts Gallery, lectures, and other personal experiences, ancient Middle Eastern life comes back to life today. The cost of $15 includes admission and transportation. Lunch will be Dutch treat at Taste of Lemon. We will leave the church at 10:15 am. You may register online or call the church office at 770-683-0610.
Thursday, May 14 Bring-a-Dish Picnic
Blackburn's Cabin, Lake Wedowee
We will leave the church at 9:00 am.
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.
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, April 27, 2015, 11:00 a.m.
“Healing and Hope: The Partnership of Faith and Mental Health”
Lanta Cooper Carroll, Care and Counseling Center of Georgia
Minister to Children, Park Avenue Baptist Church
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.
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