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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 2003 PAGE 3-A /X i , ,av00Archblshop To Dedicate N(00w Christ the King Sanctuary togansvi The Most Reverend Randolph vith a va. tiler, Patriarch of the International Vhen re rnmunion of the Charismatic s or otl.Piscop al Church (ICCEC), willoffi- laaw ' ate and preach at the dedication ' leaves a d consecration of the new facili- ys' for bd eses of Christ the King Church on esident. atlday, January 26, is with tb The service will begin at 10AM ,move y0 the new sanctuary at 4881 :ials a litighway 34 East between reachtree City and Newnan. i According to Father David lint pps, the church's pastor, the Christ e King congregation began in the leet00 :e summer of 1996 with nineteen ople in a home in Sharpsburg. ochee-Flt. Within a few weeks, the mission church moved to the chapel of Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home in Peachtree City and con- tinued to worship there until the new facilities were completed in November, 2001. The church sits on 11.5 acres of land and the worship facility is about 3400 square feet and seats just under 200. On Christmas Eve, 166 people gathered for the evening Communion Service. Over 200 people are now part of the worshipping congregation. Christ the King ts the first ICCEC congregation in Georgia to buy land and to build a church from the ground up, although other con- gregations have purchased existing church buildings. During the first six years of the church, 70 people were baptized, five mission tripe to Africa and Europe were sponsored and the con- gregation planted a mission church, St. Matthew's, in Hogansville under the oversight of Rev. Ron and Nancy Clemmer, In addition, nine men have been ordained to the ministry and two women have received Commissioned Minister status. The church offers weekly Bible studies, special classes, women's ministries, men's ministries, chil- dren's ministries, and is about to begin a youth ministry. The church's worship ministry is completing work on a new wor- ship CD, with all original songs writ- ten at Christ the king, primarily by Father David Jones of Newnan. Father Mark Johnson, who served as a priest at Christ the King for over five years is now the rec- tor ant The Church of St. Peter the Fisherman in Wilmington, N.C. And the founding rector, the Reverend Canon David Epps, Sharpsburg, serves as a law enforcement chap- lain in Fayette, Coweta and Fulton Counties, as a member of The Bishop's Council of the Georgia Diocese, and heads up the Commission on Ordained Ministry for the diocese. Father Paul Massey, Peachtree City, also serves on the Bishop's Council. The public is invited to the ded- ication and consecration service. For additional information, call the church office at 770-252-2428. is "r '4 By Bryan Geter ed  bv'iJOB WELL DONE - Janet Geter (L) of LaGrange chats with Russell Davis and wife, .... =_A Meg during intermission at Hoofer's Gospel Barn Saturday evening. Russell, who Joy,Ill,, sin , S,,.,:, 9s with the Goorgia Melody Boys, has had a battle with cancer, but God has healed ' 'Y' him and he is praising the Lord through song and worship. The Georgia Melody Boys , "lal0ng with the Dove Brothers, the Galloways and the Gary Waldrep band performed ,,2 o..n Satu rday evening. Shoot Fundraiser Planned Feb. 1 Thomp A f 1 t- ];d un shoot fundraiser will be held on c, o'aturday, February 1 at Three Oaks Plantation ILll I.L O D o,,a 'a ennis Smith Road in Pine Mountain. ...... The range opens at 9 a.m. and the first ptation be " s at 10 a m an lon Lunc gm . . oi a h is at 12:30 p.m. and the second rota- top o on begins at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $60 for a 100 targets and will include lunch. Register by email at jebb@charter.net or call Jack Jones at (706) 882- 5606. For more information, call Tony Walls at (706) 882-3932 or email twallsl6@charter.net. i'ekell7650" . t ......... .:ii ........... ii " ii ................ i ................ ii .......... " '"i.jiiiill rake h"_ ' ' ation i Deacon of the Week: Joe Yarbrough Friday, January January 15 and will be for , 'avis . 10, 2003 at New Rock Creek eight weeks. Vand ,s you pray, remember: .Baptist Church in Mansfield, Baptist Men's Day will be or sp !ob Tillman, Press Miller, Georgia. Sunday, January 26 at the ucile Wilson, Pauline The Georgia Baptist l lAM worship hour. Men of eave] .wers, M/M Wayne Convention" Evangehsm .... our church will give testl- and s 'eighbors, Elizabeth Garner, Conference was held at monies. The day begins with l $53. l/M.Frank Crawford, M/M Jonesboro First Baptist an 8:30AM breakfast for the Wa ank Moore, tom Flournoy, Church Sunday-Tuesday, men that will be prepared by tag, fi endy Irvin, Frank Fuller, January 12-14. Rev. Harold Chefs HuellStephensandJoe race Brown, Lamar ncaster, Mildred William,, . ion flr/CWhorter, Lou Palmer, ' "yayae Cummings and Jack : Wood lOWe. p,.,ai Rev And Mrs Harold .... :Yi"" " )n Wri,A is and Bob Irvin attend- ion, fi, a the funeral of Wayne mrbrough Friday, January ;afy Ze::t3hNu;c .RmYCsieff ' rand se)'erg ]a. General WMU meeting SpradUary 8 and Betty ,n fircpenter Circle January ,6 ' Vere canceled due to illness. Stins M/M Bill Davis attended ed, fi pe funeral of Wayne Willis attended Monday. Attending Tuesday from our church were: Rev. Harold and Belle Willis, Huell and Marguerite Stephens and Patti Phillips. Preaching Tuesday were: Rev. Ray Jenkins, Rev. Stephen Foster of Loganville and Rev. Keith Fordham of Fayetteville. Special music Tuesday was Dan and Lydia White and oth- ers. Our pastor and Sunday school director are teaching "The Net, Evangelism for the 21st Century" on Wednesday nights at 7PM. This began Travis. That night, Rev. Willis will be teaching the January Bible Study for 2003, which is I Corinthians. There will be no study books, just our Bibles and a notepad. S.A.L.T. (Sunday School), D.A.L.T. (Deacons) and M.A.L.T. (Music) Leadership Training will be East Newnan Baptist Church in Newnan, Georgia from 6:30PM - 9:00 PM. The Sunday School fel- lowship was held Sunday morning, January 19. Marcus and Lisa Fowler provided the refreshments. ':: " : i i ::g :i i : i >laton  i! speea) - " ...................... Jluary 23 Clin Bobby Conway ng 81 I-Iillary Caswell Joey Spinks klexand Shelia Rowe Zach Stitcher D/70, fi .,stl Jnuary 2 bonald C. Davis t Gene/ Michelle Woodfin lIonique Bonner ommer Sammy Hubbard Mr. & Mrs. !ied mYilliamson (A) d pantsl , assor neckl of cig January 25 Johnny Mathews Tim Barnes January 26 Janice Wilson Brandy Brazell Cindy Wright Teresa Harris Andy January 27 Elizabeth McDaniel Kenneth Hines Rob Robbins Shekeira Moore ctive ri n maid sents { ict, whi of Bu Har Igetirees )er, Jor Spaldilt Honored Mr. & Mrs. Brad Noble (A) Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Duffey (A) January 28 Britany Helton Debbie Martin Jo Ann Wacht Matt Bussey Randy Harris Richard Freeman Mr & Mrs. Hank Butler (A) January 29 Paul Prescott Renee Coggin (M) Seven West Georgia Health System retirees, representing a collective total of 190 years of services, were recognized recently at a luncheon in their honor. Pictured from left to right: Frances Walls, 20 years; Tommie McKeever, 23 years; Mattie Gunn, 32 years; Ella Ellison, 34 years; J.C. Stargell, 47 years; and Rosa ttuzzie, 24 years. Not pictured is Evelyn Neighbors, 10 years. 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