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Churches plan patriotic services, projects

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Churches plan patriotic services, projects

Area churches are planning services and activities in conjunction with the July 4 holiday. Jun. 23, 6:17 AM


School supply drives underway in Senoia and Luthersville

School is still several weeks away, but folks in Senoia and Luthersville are already working to gather supplies for the 2017-2018 school term. Jun. 17, 6:23 AM

Pastor's Corner

Walking wisely through life

The Bible says that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Jun. 16, 7:44 AM



Music camp, VBS programs on church calendars

Many area churches are holding Vacation Bible School in the next few weeks. Jun. 09, 5:41 AM

Boy Scouts continue to make strides after 12 years together

Boy Scouts continue to make strides after 12 years together

Last year, all seven earned the coveted rank of Eagle Scout. Jun. 09, 6:10 AM

Eagle project creates flag poles for church

Eagle project creates flag poles for church

Life Scout Trey Isham and Life Scout Spencer Paul completed their Eagle Scout Leadership projects. Jun. 01, 9:05 PM

Lots of churches holding VBS next week

Lots of churches holding VBS next week

Churches continue to announce plans for Bible School. Jun. 01, 9:01 PM

Pastor's Corner

A fresh challenge to Bible unbelievers

I am convinced that most people who claim to reject the Bible, have never seriously considered the Bible. Jun. 02, 6:54 AM

Outer space, heroes, fun factory among Bible school themes

2017 VBS Guide

Outer space, heroes, fun factory among Bible school themes

Volunteers have been planning for Bible School for months. Jun. 01, 9:11 PM

Newnan Presbyterian holds cornerstone project dedication

Newnan Presbyterian holds cornerstone project dedication

Members of Newnan Presbyterian Church have a new facet to their historic church. Jun. 01, 12:17 AM

Religion Calendar

Church activities in and around Newnan and Coweta County. May. 19, 7:06 AM


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Religion Briefs

The Methodist Men at Hopewell United Methodist Church will hold their annual Chick-N-Que on Saturday. May. 19, 7:05 AM

Pastor's Corner

Crotts: Warfare resolutions

Many American men and women have served faithfully in Iraq, Afghanistan and other battlefields. May. 20, 5:50 AM

Churches honoring graduates

Graduation is just days away, and area churches are honoring this year’s seniors. May. 19, 7:01 AM

Baccalaureate Sunday for Coweta students

Baccalaureate services for graduating seniors and their family and friends will be held this Sunday. May. 17, 5:07 AM

Midwest Food Bank expands PTC facility

​Midwest Food Bank, which provides food for several local ministries and programs, is expanding. May. 19, 7:09 AM

Pastor's Corner

A ‘too Calvinistic’ church

There might be a church would be worth avoiding around the issues of Calvinism. May. 05, 6:27 AM

It’s almost VBS time

The Newnan Times-Herald will publish its VBS Guide in the Religion pages on Friday, May 26. May. 05, 6:41 AM

Kiwanians visit monastery in Conyers

The monastery was organized in 1944 by a group of 21 Trappist monks. May. 12, 6:16 AM

Religion Calendar

Church activities in and around Newnan and Coweta County. Apr. 28, 7:02 AM

Religion Briefs

Minister Daryle Smith will be the speaker for the Youth Explosion. Apr. 28, 7:01 AM



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Best of Dads 2017

Best of Dads 2017

Best of Dads 2017

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Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Funeral procession for fallen firefighter Michael Scott Norton.

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Rockaway Rumble Strips

Rockaway Rumble Strips

Residents are asking the Coweta Commissioners to remove newly-installed rumble strips on Rockaway Road because of the noise they create.

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