Church

Woolsey Baptist to present 9/11 tenth anniversary tribute

The Celebration Choir of Woolsey Baptist Church will present “America We Must Not Forget, A Patriotic Call for Revival in America,” as a tenth Anniversary tribute of 9/11 on Sunday night Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. in the church sanctuary. The musical was created by, Mike Harland with Chris Machen and Luke Garrett, arranged and orchestrated by Richard Kingsmore. Read More»

Prince of Peace plans special service for home-schoolers

Home-school families are invited to a Community Chapel Service and Fellowship to be offered at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Hwy. 314 in Fayetteville.

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 11 a.m., Pastor Justin Kollmeyer will offer a community non-denominational daytime Children’s Chapel Service for students and parents of home-Sschooling families.

Uplifting songs, Scripture, a positive Christian “object lesson,” prayer, and a blessing for these students will highlight this 30-minute service. Read More»

Sharpsburg Baptist will host barbecue, craft sales Sept. 24

Sharpsburg Baptist Church and the women’s service group, the Olive Branch, will host the annual Chicken Q and Fair scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 24, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the church, 6413 Ga. Hwy. 54 in Sharpsburg.

Space for selling arts and crafts and food items is available for $15.

In addition, chicken barbecue is available from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for a cost of $8 per plate, including 1/2 chicken, slaw, potato chips, bread and tea. Tickets are available by calling 770-251-6963 or walk-up.

For addition questions call 770-251-6963 or email sharpsburgbc@yahoo.com

Religion Briefs 08/31//11

Holly Grove AME’s revival starts tonight
Holly Grove African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church will hold revival Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2, at 7:15 p.m. nightly. Wednesday’s guest preacher will be the Rev. Ed Johnson from Flat Rock AME Church in Fayetteville. Thursday night’s message will be delivered by Elder Michael Phillips. The revival will conclude Friday with the Rev. James Miller. Holly Grove is at 400 Holly Grove Church Rd., Peachtree City. The senior pastor is the Rev. Larry Ervin.

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Should I be re-baptized?

Justin Kollmeyer's picture

First, I promise Father Paul that I will not continue to “steal” his format of questions and answers which he uses for his most excellent articles here in The Citizen. Read More»

GreekFest headed this way Sept. 17

Shown above from last year’s Greekfest (L-R), George Psihountas, Katie Wilson, Nick Psihountas, and Christina Psihountas. Photo/Special.

St. Christopher Hellenic Orthodox Church invites the community to attend GreekFest 2011, Saturday, Sept. 17 from 6:30 until ... at the Dixie Wing Commemorative Hangar at Falcon Field in Peachtree City.

The event will feature live music and dancing, ‘All You Can Eat and Drink’ Greek appetizers and salad, lemon chicken, pastitsio, and pastries, adult beverages and more.

Advance tickets at $50 per person can be reserved by visiting saintchristopherhoc.org or by calling Tammy, 404-625-4663. Seating is limited.

Proceeds will benefit the building fund.

Bethlehem’s revival starts tonight

Bethlehem Baptist Church in Peachtree City will hold its Summer Revival Wednesday through Friday, Aug. 24-26, at 7:30 p.m., nightly.

The guest preacher on Wednesday will be the Rev. Greg Watson from Lamb of God Christian Church in Fayetteville.

Thursday night’s message will be delivered by the Rev. Leroy Hill of Morningstar Baptist Church in Newnan.

The Rev. Anthony Williams of United in Faith Christian Ministries in McDonough will conclude the revival on Friday night. Read More»

Fayetteville Christian Church celebrates 40 years this Sunday

Fayetteville Christian Church will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Aug. 28 with a meet and greet at 10 a.m., worship service at 11 and a Pitch-in lunch starting at 12:30 p.m. Special guests and former ministers expected to attend include Jack Fawley, David Chapman, Bob Mahan, Daniel Overdorf, and Dan Roberts.

Fayetteville Christian opened its doors in January of 1971. There were five founding families when the church first opened, one of which still remains a member today. Audrey Bates and Julie Stubbs are the only remaining charter members at Fayetteville Christian Church. Read More»

New Gospel Community Church meets on Friday evenings

Kirk and Chelsea McDonald

Gospel Community Church is a new church in Fayetteville, now meeting in the Harvest Christian Community Center (383 Fayette Place, behind La Hacienda on Ga. Highway 85) on Friday nights at 7:30 p.m.

“Our mission is to make disciples on mission for Jesus,” said Gospel Church member Pat Reed. “Our vision is to see the city of Fayetteville transformed by the Gospel, through the preached word and Gospel community groups that will actively engage the culture. We will seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus to the community.” Read More»

Woolsey Baptist youth complete mission in Seville, Spain

Woolsey Baptist Youth Josh Akin, Jessie Goergen, Sarah Georgen, Tori James and Brooke Rampy with then Youth Minister Jeremy Davidson and his wife, Tracy, shared the gospel in Seville, Spain June 25 through July 2. They were among 40 persons from three churches on the Spain Mission Trip. There were three crews with 10 in each one who shared testimonies.

During the trip, the group performed surveys, distributed water and shared a message from the Gospel of John.

“For some, this was the first copy of John they’ve seen,” a church spokesperson said. Read More»

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