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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 2002 PAGE 5-A IRIC- The first-ever gathering of the youth of the Diocese of Georgia of the = Episcopal Church occurred in August in Coweta County. The event, span- by Christ the King Church of Peachtree City, was coordinated and planned by The Deacon David Neese of Newnan. Some 60 people took part in the event, as "Laudate" (Latin for "Praise Him!"). Churches from Thomaston (St. Michael&apos;s), (Christ the Redeemer), Covington (St. Andrew's), Peachtree City (Christ the Hogansvilte (St. Matthew's), and Molena (St. Luke's) were represented. The youth by Father David Epps, host pastor, and addressed by Bishop John Holloway. was provided by members of the worship teams from Christ the King and St. and All Angels, of Thomaston. A number of activities, including sports and games, out the all-day event. ! ...... i i • i .... ,< Deacon of the Week: Joe As you pray, remember: Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Lucile Wilson, Powers, Travis Mary Kathryn )ie, Mr. and Mrs. Neighbors, Freda riley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tom Flournoy, Lou Wendy Irvin, Wayne Haley Teasley, Ellington, Cindy and Davis Edward Worship With The Word: (Luke 10: 39-42). Marcus Fowler continues lead a prayer time for on Sunday mornings there is a fellowship all during the month of September at our church. Sept. 15 refresh- ments were provided by Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Ellington. The Adult Choir special music was "The Meeting in the Air." Rev. Harold Willis's Sunday morning message September 1S was "Life's Supreme Purpose" (Philippians 3: 12-16). We had a cottage prayer meeting September 16 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown. "See You at the Pole" was at the Calvin Hipp Park flag- pole Sept. 18. The fall revival begins at 11 a.m. on September 22 with Evangelist, Dr. Paul Dennis, pastor of Royal Baptist Church in Newnan. Sunday, September 22-25, the servic- es begin at 7 p.m. with a spe- cial emphasis each night. We will be the host church of the fifth Sunday night song service Sunday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. Several churches/denominations will provide the special music that evening, along with our church choir. This is commu- nity-wide. Finger foods will be served immediately fol- lowing in the church fellow- ship hall. If you don't have a church home, we would invite you to come worship with us here at Hogansville First Baptist Church, located at 500 East Main Street. iii K U B O T A L 4 3 0 0 NOT TOO BIG. NOT TOO SMALL. JUST RIGHT. *4 Wheel Drive and Front End Loader Optional The L4300 is a multi-purpose basic tractor designed to do everything from small farm chores to commercial landscaping. 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