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PAGE IO-A 8 HO(;ANSVIHA: HOIE NEW6 - THURSDAY, AUG. 8, 2002 / i/ / i t MOVING CEREMONY - Father David Epps, Sharpsburg, Rector of Christ the King Charismatic Episcopal Church in Peachtree City recently presented a Chalice and Paten to Ron and Nancy Clemmer. The Clemmers have planted St. Matthew's Church in Hogansville where Clemmer serves as Lay Vicar. Clemmer, who oversees the congregation, is a candidate for Holy Orders, or Ordination in the Charismatic Episcopal Church. For additional information about St. Matthew's, call 706 637-5905. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Ricky (Sharion) Hardaway of Grantville on the birth of their grandson, Kenyatta Ward, Jr. on August 2rid and weighing 7 lbs. and 6 ozs. Ms. ToCarra Hardaway and Mr. Kenyatta Ward, Sr. are the proud parents. Happy anniversary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Frank (Mary Lou) McLaughlin on their 59th on August 7. We wish them many, many more! We're sorry to report that Mrs. Sandra Ford Brown of hme Oak is a patient at Emory Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. We wish her a speedy recovery! Congratulations to Miss Calvinette Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin (Juliette) Ellis of Lone Oak, who was elect- ed alternate delegate to the missionary quadrennial assem-, bly to be held in Charlotte, North Carolina, August 2003. She is a member of the New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, Lone Oak. Birthday greetings go out to: Mr. Clarence Dean, hus- band of Mrs. Sherry Dean, Ms. Marguerite Evans, Ms. Yvonne Evans, Rev. Charlie Glanton, Mr)Connell Johnson, Mrs. Lisa H. Calzidilla, Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Cheryl) Grady, Mrs. Ruby Hines, Dewayne Lamar Heard, Mr. Iay Charles Porter, Mrs. Willie Pearl Rhodes, Mrs. Betty;lean Reeves, NaCoya Breshaun Stinson, daughter of Ms. Debra Lesley and Stalin Williams, Jr. The New St. Paul C.M.E. Church, Lone Oak invites every- one to their church family reunion on Saturday, August 10th beginning at 11 a.m. at the cemetery and to their annual homecoming on Sunday, August llth at 11 aln. with Pastor T.D. Brown. Revival services will be held Monday through Friday, August 12 thru 16 at 7:30 p.m. each evening with guest preacher, Rev. Thurman'C. Tart.. Union Baptist Church, St. Marks community invites every- one to their annual homecoming on Sunday, August 1 lth at 11 a.m. with pastor Bill Smith bringing the message. Dinner will be served, Revival services will be held Monday thru Wednesday, August 12 thru 14 with Evangelist Albert Thornton. Seed for Thought: A life without prayer is a life without power. Written for Aug. 1 A very special happy birthday to Mr. Sylvester Rosser, st. of Grantville on his 84 years young on August 2. We wish him many more happy birthdays to come. Our belated sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Sallie Bell Ringer of St. Marks in her death. Wishing you peace and comfort. H i ippy anniversary goes out to the following couples: Mr. and 1 [rs. Derek Hudson on July 30 and Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Kippie) Roberts on their 1st on August 4. We wish them many more happy years together. We're happy to report that Ms. Dora Mac Smith of Grantville is home from the hospital. Happy birthday wishes go out to the following people: Carlos Jerome Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Sandpa) Brown, in memory of Mr. Harold Edward Carter, Mr. Bobby Colton, Mrs. Alice Dean, Ms. Theresa Hunter, Ms. Pamela King, granddaughter of Rev. G.A. Black, Mr. Reginald Johnson, Jameshia Nalls, Ms. Jennifer Parks, Mr. Jarvis Reese, Ms. Janis NaUs, Ms. Annette Gibbs, Ms. Suzette Wood, Michael David Middleton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael David (Juwarn) Middleton, Sr., Mrs. Stacy Fountain, grand- daughter of Mrs. Josephine Rosser, Mrs. Waikiki LaTeresa Upshaw, Mrs. Nata Namea Watkins and Rev. Willie Ed Geter. V--'] r--7 r--7 Charimastic " Take Stand on 'Human By Bryan Geter A FAMILY TRADITION - The Larkin Family (Top Photo) entertained the huge crowd Thursday night with some "good ole bluegrass" music pickin' and grinning at Hoofers in LaGrange. Saturday night, Aug. 10, beginning at 7 p.m., the Primitive Quartet, Larry Stephenson Band and Jeff and Sherri Easter will perform at Hoofers. Bottom photo: The Lewis Family of Lincolnton, Georgia lit up the stage at Hoofer's Gospel Barn in LaGrange Thursday evening with the best in Bluegrass Gospel. Pictured with owner of the Gospel Bam, Rich Torrance (C) are Janice Lewis (L) and Polly Lewis. Gospel Singing Crusade Gets Underway Saturday The U.S. House of Bishops of the Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church recently adopted "A Declaration on the Sanctity Life." at its meeting in San Clemente, Calif. The declaration states that, "God alone human life and over the process by which it comes into The human being is to be respected and treated as a from the moment of fertilization..." The statement continues. "The Church has the duty the obligation to proclaim to all the earth the sanctity human life, the dignity of human life, and respect for life." The declaration adds that human life begins at tion and that the "deliberate destruction of innocent preborn or born is unethical, immoral, evil and sinful." The statement also declares that "No government the right to alter the law of God" and that any such law "goes contrary to the law of God concerning human life i immoral." The bishops went on record affirming that the tion of the "human embryo, as an ends to a means. embryonic stem cell research, is unethical, immoral. sically evil and sinful...the artificial creation of human through cloning is also unethical, immoral, intrinsically and sinful." While the declaration is not technically binding congregations, the statement is, for practical purposes, sidered as such and, with the forthcoming of a canon matter will be formally and legally binding in all According to Touchstone magazine, the ICCEC is largest of the 28 Episcopal/Anglican denominations in United States. ICCEC congregations in the Metro Atlanta area Christ the King CEC, Peachtree City; St. Matthew's HogansviUe; Prinde of Peace CEC, Peachtree City; Andrew's CEC, Covington; Holy Trinity CEC, Smyrna; Christ the Redeemer CEC, Canton, with a number congregations in middle and southern Georgia. ATTORNEYS Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.or g Gary W. Brown 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator ;! :f! The Gospel Singing Crusade will have the next singing on Saturday, August 10th at 1100 West Main Street. The doors will open at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:00. We are going to have deli- cious food catered by The Crusade Volunteers. The menu consists of homecoming style cooking and will feature a vari- ety of vegetable dishes you can choose from and some good or fried chicken. If you would like to donate one of your famous cooked dishes, please bring it along. The more the better! ON TAP - The highly- We have donated items to acclaimed Dennis Family raffle, exciting cakewalks, and will be among the perform- live gospel music. We will have ers at the Aug. 10 session two new groups to the area: of the Gospel Singing The Apostles from Alexander Crusade. City, A la., The Dennis Family from ?vlontgomery, Ala., and others. The Dennis Family has received numerous awards such as Country Gospel Music Guild, Golden Harp Award, Vocal Group of the Year 2001, Christian Country Music Association, Top Ten Nomine for Trio of the Year 2001, and several other awards for their tal- ent. 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