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Religion Briefs 07/13//11

Inman VBS starts July 17
Inman United Methodist Church, 151 Hills Bridge Rd., Fayetteville, invites all children to get cookin’ at Shake it up Cafe’ Vacation Bible School which begins Sunday, July 17 and ends on Thursday, July 21. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. each day and is free. Classes are from 6 -9 p.m. each day. Register online at

Summit’s VBS starts July 17
The Summit Church will have Vacation Bible School Sunday, July 17, through Tuesday, July 19 from 6-8 p.m. VBS is for all ages and will feature dinner, music, games and activities. The adult speaker on Sunday will be Ken Wilmesherr; on Monday, Hein Vingerling; and Tuesday, Jack Smith. The Summit Church is at 1373 Ga. Hwy. 92 South, Fayetteville. For more information, call 770-460-3335, email, or visit the website,

Break Away Lunch planned for July 28
Touching Hearts Ministries in Fayettville will have a Break Away Lunch July 28 from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Pathway Finders Plaza in Fayetteville. Working women of Fayette County are invited to drop in during their lunch break for a free, home-cooked lunch. The topic for this month’s luncheon is networking. All are invited to bring business cards to share with one another. Time will be devoted to sharing about the businesses represented and business cards will be published in the ministry’s email campaigns. RSVP by July 26, 770-719-1210 or Touching hearts is at 140 Kathi Avenue, Suite D, Fayetteville, in the Pathway Finders plaza located behind Michaels and McDonalds.

CDM to host hip-hop revival
Christ Discipleship Ministries (CDM), 114 W. Campbellton Street, Fairburn, will host a Hip-Hop Revival on Saturday, July 30, beginning at 6 p.m. Various groups will minister in rap form.The speaker will be Prophet Timothy Frazier. For directions, contact the CDM office, 770-969-8370.

Children’s Morning Out at PTCUMC
Peachtree City United Methodist Church has openings for this fall’s session of Children’s Morning Out. The session opens at 9 a.m. on Aug. 22. To receive registration information, contact Rhonda Williams at 770 486-8941 and leave a message providing your phone number and your home mailing address. Email her at For more information, visit the church website, .

FFC’s Life Groups start summer session
Fayette Family Church Life Groups summer session will run through July 16. The group ministries are open to the community and are for prayer, Bible studies, games, lifestyle management, a biker’s group, drama and music groups. To sign up visit or call 770-461-6235. The church is on Ga. Highway 54 between Peachtree City and Fayetteville.

PTCUMC has preschool openings
Those who have children turning three or four by Sept 1, 2011, and who would like to enroll them in preschool at Peachtree City United Methodist Church, are asked to e-mail or contact her by phone 770-486-5538. For more information on the preschool program, visit the church website,

Brooks UMC preschool opens registration
Brooks United Methodist Preschool is taking registration for the 2011-2012 school year. The preschool is for children ages 1 – 4 years. The director is Lynn Lee. For more information or to schedule a tour, call 770-719-7593. Brooks UMC Preschool is on the corner of Ga. 85 Connector and Morgan Mill Road at 110 Morgan Mill Road.


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