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Next Sunday Worship Service

Sunday, May 8, 11:00 a.m.

Baron Mullis, preaching 
“Doing the Right Thing for the Wrong Reason, and The Wrong Thing for the Right Reason.” 
Acts 16:16-34; Psalm 97 

 

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2016-2017 registration forms are available online as are 2016 Summer Camp forms (click on the logo above to continue to the Preschool main page). For more information, call Melinda Sandkam, Director, at 404.685.8758, or send her an email.  

News & Upcoming

"Surf Shack" Vacation Bible School
Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17, 9:00 a.m.
To participate, kids must be four years old by September 1 through rising fifth graders. Lots of youth (sixth grade and up) and—with about 75 youngsters registered so far we really need  adults to keep the Surf Shack open. Get details and register here or contact Sarah Kate DeWyngaert.

Hymnology
Sunday, May 8, 9:45 a.m.
Don't miss the entertaining and educational commentary--and musicality--of our guest speaker, organist and musicologist Randy Romig, as he explores work of prolific hymn writer Charles Wesley. We'll sing some of our favorites, too.. Everybody's welcome to Room 201.

Theology on Tap
Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 p.m.
Winding up their series of discussions on the commandments and how they are applied in the gospels, Baron's after-dinner topic tonight will be "I don't want to be a warthog from Hell!" All men in our fellowship are invited to Ken Sharpe's (1700 Timberland 30345) for a dinner hosted by Philup Hawkins. RSVP to the church office. Theology on Tap will return September 13. 

LGBT & Friends
Tuesday, May 10, 7:00 p.m.
Also ending their 2015-16 season, our inclusive dinner-and-discussion group meets at Peter and Carolyn Cobb's (1150 St. Charles Pl. 30306). Rev. Drew Stockstill will speak on "Violence in Today's Culture". RSVP by Friday, May 6.

One Gray Hair
Wednesday, May 11, Noon
How will the Zika virus impact us? After lunch in Fellowship Hall, Dr. Joanna Gaines of the CDC will present her talk "What We Know and What Faith and Community Organizations Should Know about Zika". RSVP so the Brownlees will know how much to cook. OGH will break for the summer after this meeting.