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Religion Brief


  • By Winston Skinner
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  • Jun. 20, 2019 - 5:38 PM

Tonight is the final night for revival at St. Peter Baptist Church, 1586 Lower Fayetteville Road.

Aaron Williams, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Shiloh, will preach at 7 p.m. Preaching earlier in the week were Jeremy Bryant, pastor of Summer Hill Baptist Church, Monday; Qua Tucker, pastor of Big Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Moreland, Tuesday; Dr. Emmit Jimmerson, pastor of Zion Hill Baptist Church, Luthersville, Wednesday; and Nathaniel Russell, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Sargent, Thursday.

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A Car Show will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Sharpsburg Baptist Church, 6413 Hwy. 54, Sharpsburg.

A barbecue meal, a bake sale and a bounce house are also planned. June 29 is the rainout date.

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Tim Amey will be preaching for the 114th anniversary or White Oak Grove Baptist Church, 4619 Gordon Road, Senoia.

The anniversary service will be Sunday at 11 a.m. Amey is pastor of Greater Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Loxley, Ala.

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Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, 2563 Smokey Road, will celebrate Revival 2019 this coming week.

Services will be from Monday-Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Michael Jackson, pastor of Arbor Chapel United Methodist Church in Warm Springs, will preach on Monday.

Tuesday’s message will be brought by Jeremy Bryant, pastor of Summer Hill Baptist Church, and Sharon Wilkes, associate pastor of St. Peter Baptist Church, will preach on Wednesday.

“We expect a high time in the Lord with people praising God, the choirs singing and – each night – a profound word from the Lord,” said Henri Jean Stewart, church secretary. Stewart said the congregation is reaching out to “everyone, near and far … to come and make this a success.”

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Summer Bible Study Camp for women and girls is being held each Tuesday in June, July and August.

Sessions are from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Holy Zion Center of Deliverance, 115 Temple Ave. Jackie Newton is leading the classes, which have the theme, “Women Excelling in the Word.”

The classes will focus on Godly relationships in the church, at home, in marriage and at school or work. There will be a spotlight on key women in the Bible.
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Award-winning artist/instructor Gail McDaniel will teach a new eight-week watercolor painting course on Thursdays starting June 27 at Heritage Christian Church, 2130 Redwine Road,Fayetteville. Sessions will be from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on June 27; July 11, 18 and 25; Aug. 1, 8 and 15; and Sept. 5..

McDaniel will provide insights on composition, value, color theory and application. She also will demonstrate some of the techniques that have helped make her an award-winning artist, including abstract under paintings, disappearing purples, painting on Masa Paper, white on white, monotype paintings, texturizing, reflective surfaces and wax-resist Batik.

The course is structured to serve artists at all skill levels, from the very raw beginner to the most advanced. McDaniel will close each session with individual critiques.

For information, call 678-603-1502 or email gail@gailmcdanielart.com .

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Andrea Martinez Matey is the summer intern at Newnan Presbyterian Church.

She is a familiar face to many of NPC members who have had the opportunity to serve on our mission trips to Mexico and through the church’s work with Seguidores de Cristo in Sitpach.

Martinez Matey, 20, is the granddaughter of a Presbyterian pastor. Since she was a little girl, has shadowed him on his visits to the many churches in which he served. 

From Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, Martinez Matey is currently enrolled in her third semester at San Pablo Presbyterian Seminary and serves at Seguidores de Cristo in Sitpach.

Martinez Matey has been actively involved with Newnan Presbyterian’s mission trips since
2014, when she first began helping Dr. Kay Crosby with translations for her medical clinics. She has also actively worked with the other missionaries, in particular, as a translator for Bible School.

Her work with NPC eventually led her to assist missionaries from other churches and presbyteries.

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Several members of Central Baptist Church traveled to Mt. Airy to volunteer at Camp Hawkins earlier this month.

The Central volunteers helped with such tasks as doing laundry, preparing meals, teaching crafts and leading Bible studies. Volunteering were Jane Clifford, Nancy Cothran, Missy and Lilly Hammond, Rees and Mary Patten Poulakos, Mayme Smith, Nan Van Patten and Ann,
Richard and Cate Yancey.

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has awarded the Mary Kate Parks Mason Scholarship to five students.

Mason was a long-term St. Paul's parishioner who was a champion of young people as a friend and teacher and believed very strongly that adults must do all in their power to open doors of opportunity for young men and women.

Mason left a bequest to establish a scholarship fund at St. Paul's for young women and men seeking the benefits of a higher education.

This year’s scholarship recipients are Madison Brown, University of West Georgia; Peyton Hopkins, Montana State University; Stella Janas, University of Mississippi; Sarah Paschal, Georgia Institute of Technology; and Elise Wendelburg, Rollins College.