Our Missionaries

Cokes Chapel supports three missionary families with our prayers and monetary commitments.  

Caleb and Eva Earle
Serving as Field Directors of Global Year Ministries in Italy
Matt and Amanda Hadden
Serving the Lakota Native Americans in the Badlands of South Dakota
David and Allie Houle
Serving as Field Directors of Blessing Home Centers of Thailand

The Jubilee Singers

Newnan Hospital Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

244 East Broad Street

Newnan, GA 30265

Newnan Hospital Nursing & Rehabilitation Center provides professional care for those needing skilled nursing services. Formerly known as Beaulieu Convalescent Center, the Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has been serving Coweta County since 1966.

Each Wednesday morning at 10:30 the Jubilee Singers visit the center to sing, pray, and visit with the residents.  After the visit, the singers enjoy lunch together at a local restaurant.  Good singing voices are not required – just a desire to “make a joyful noise together.”

In 2014 the Jubilee Singers were selected as the Group Volunteer of the Year by the Georgia Health Care Association.

Contact: Brenda Hanes at brenda.hanes@yahoo.com

Meals on Wheels

30 Bledsoe Road

P.O. Box 73437

Newnan, GA 30271

Coweta County’s Meals on Wheels program delivers fresh, hot meals to older homebound people in need.  We have a Cokes Chapel team that delivers these prepared meals on the first, third, and fifth Tuesdays of each month. 

The clients appreciate the service provided by the program.  However, the members of the Cokes Chapel Meals on Wheels team report that they receive an even greater blessing by participating in the program and by developing relationships with the clients.

If you want more information about our MOW team, contact Betsy Bagley  @ ebbagley@gmail.com.

Celebrate Recovery ministry is a Christ-centered program that helps people overcome life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups.  It helps people deal with issues of abuse, addiction, anger, dependencies, divorce, and more through Biblically-based principles and a 12-step process.

The group meets at Sonrise Church every Thursday.  At least twice a year a group from Cokes Chapel provides and serves a meal for the participants.


East Coweta High School

Students’ Cleaning Team


Special students from East Coweta High School clean our sanctuary and fellowship hall each week.  At the end of the school year, the outreach team treats the students to a super pizza party and presents them with certificates of appreciation for their hard work.

School Supplies Project

When school starts each year, our members provide school supplies to several groups of students.  This project helps assure that a child will have all he/she needs to have a smooth start of the school year.  For more information contact Brenda Hanes.                                                                                   


Boy Scouts of America Troop 2193 and Cub Scouts 2293

Chartered at Cokes Chapel UMC


The purpose of Boy Scout Troop 2193 is to foster the highest standards of integrity, character, and spirituality for young men in the Christian Community, facilitated through outdoor skills development as established by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

If you have a child interested in becoming a part of the   Scouting Program that meets at Cokes Chapel UMC, you may get more information on the website http://www.troop2193.org.

Luthersville Senior Center

Luthersville Senior Center is one of the charitable organizations Cokes Chapel sponsors on a regular basis.  In addition to financial support, each quarter we carry a meal to the group, visit with the seniors, and share in their devotionals and activities. Contact Betsy Bagley at ebbagley@gmail.com                                                           




Cokes Chapel Prayer Team

The mission of our prayer ministry is to touch and involve each person in our congregation with prayer, and through each person carry that ministry into the community in which we live.

Weekly Prayer Meeting – Every Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m. we meet in the Fellowship Hall to pray.  We update and add new requests to the prayer book as we pray for our church family, church meetings and events, community concerns, world leaders, and events.  If you would like to be involved in this important ministry, please join us. Contact – Debbie Carter  debbiecarter30263@charter.net



Backpack Buddies is an organization created to supply economically disadvantaged children in Coweta County schools with food for weekends and holidays.  Cokes Chapel helps with the packing of the lunches and collects needed food items.

If interested  contact Betsy Bagley – ebbagley@gmail.com


The Food Pantry

Members of Cokes Chapel donate non-perishable foods to our food pantry.  These food items are available for anyone who is in need. People who come by our church experiencing hard times and need food for their families will be given enough food for about a week.  If you would like to help with this     project, contact the UMW coordinator Karen Seyler at cfskfs@yahoo.com


United Methodist Committee on Relief

UMCOR Sunday
Each spring on UMCOR Sunday (formerly One Great Hour of Sharing) an offering is collected.  Cokes Chapel joins with other United Methodists by making a special offering to support humanitarian aid through the United Methodist Committee on Relief.

One Roof Ecumenical Alliance Outreach

Coweta Food Pantry

255 Temple Avenue

Newnan, GA 30263

One Roof is a coalition of local churches and agencies seeking to serve the needy people of our area.  The organization helps provide food, clothing, and other emergency needs.  The Coweta County Food Pantry is housed at One Roof, and clothing and other items are available at the One Roof Thrift Store.

Cokes Chapel makes a monthly monetary contribution to One Roof.  Members and groups also regularly donate clothes, food, and other items. Cokes Chapel United Methodist Women make a quarterly donation to One Roof.

Bridging the Gap



A group from Cokes Chapel visited the Bridging the Gap facility to carry donations they had collected and to learn about the opportunities to serve at BTG.

Bridging the Gap Community Outreach (BTG), Inc. has been meeting the needs of Coweta families and individuals since 2009. They serve meals to the hungry and distribute food, toiletries, and household items every Saturday, without condition, to those willing to see a change in their personal circumstances.  BTG is committed to fighting physical and spiritual hunger by providing wholesome food and valuable links to community resources.


Happy Thanksgiving

During the Thanksgiving season, Cokes Chapel helps several local families have a better holiday by providing turkeys and all the trimmings. If you are interested in helping with this important project, contact Caroline Huckaby at cch62@charter.net.


Christmas Angel Tree

As the Christmas season begins, Cokes Chapel has an Angel Tree in the narthex.  The tree has tags with the names of children in our local community.  Church members select one or more of these tags and enjoy providing gifts from the children’s wish lists.    Contact person: Betsy Bagley – ebbagley@gmail.com


Operation Christmas Child


Operation Christmas Child brings hope and joy to children in desperate situations worldwide through gift-filled shoe boxes and the Good News of God’s love.

Since 1993, more than 61 million shoe boxes have been packed, shipped, and delivered across the globe. People of all ages can be involved in this simple, hands-on mission project while focusing on the true meaning of Christmas—Jesus Christ.  Cokes Chapel participates in this project each year. Contact person: Brenda Hanes at brenda.hanes@yahoo.com