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New church starting in Newnan

A new church will be starting in Newnan in the near future. Planted to meet the needs of the area’s diverse and growing population, Threshold Church is expected to open one year from now, in August of 2015.

Heading up the e3ffort is Dr. Quincy Brown, resident of Newnan and long-time pastoral leader in the North Georgia United Methodist Conference.

In the coming weeks, Brown will identify a launch team of 20 to 30 people to help start Threshold Church at scheduled meetings dubbed “movies and meaning.” Attendees will enjoy a showing of a movie, discussion will follow and refreshments will be provided.

When asked about the style of the new church, Brown said it will be blended in terms of traditional and contemporary.

“Threshold is that place between rooms. This will be the best of both worlds,” he said.

For more information, call (678) 796-8740 or visit


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