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G Chat August 13, 2020

Dear Church family,

Worship is changing, evolving, and more of a practice than ever before.  We have found ourselves in a new place, a zone we did not construct or choose.  Yet, the Holy Spirit continues to move us to seek God.  God is with us, beside us, revealing all-new understandings about our faith and relationship – we know that!  And yet….

If we say God is in all things, then can we say we come seeking in this new worship circumstance, looking towards a revelation from God? The good thing about being out of our comfort zone is that we can become more aware of nuances, we are set to see and hear from a new vantage point. God is in a sense “freed up” from our expectations and desires, providing new sacred ground for God to plow in our spirit.  

Worship is a practice.  We go at it with all our hearts, learning and leaning on Jesus to make it an offering pleasing to God.  Whether you worship on-line with us, or you choose to join us at the pavilion on Sunday’s, I pray you will know God’s presence in our worship.  God will bring good out of this time if we will be open and allow the Spirit to encourage, teach, and inspire us to the Kingdom work that is waiting for each of us. 

In Christ,
Pastor Lisa

**in case of rain, or questions regarding if in-person outdoor worship will be held, refer to the cokeschapel.org website for announcements.  An email will be sent out through Church Wide Mail Chimp to announce rain or other changes.  Be sure you are signed up for our communications!

                            Worship Information


LIVING A TRIUMPHANT LIFE

Daily living with Jesus can provide us with what we need, all the time!  We are all looking for ways to be strong and faithful in these times of pandemic health challenges, broken race relations, and economic uncertainty.  God speaks through stories of Jesus, revealing love, compassion, giving us words to draw on for coping with our fears, giving new life to our faith and witness.

Jesus’ words and ways give us courage and hope in Christ.  Plan now to join us in August for some God-given strength, becoming the triumphant believers’ Christ intends us to be!

Sunday, August 16th,  Scripture – Matthew 15:21-28
                                       Sermon – “Offensive Holiness”

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?

Reminder – we are now worshipping outside at the Pavilion across the street from the sanctuary. 

Thank you for continuing to show hospitality and concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you can read about below.

Bring: Waiver (see below); masks; seating of your choice; umbrella for shade; bug spray; hand sanitizer.  A heart ready and seeking God!

If you are new to Drive-in Worship and have not filled out an Individual worship Waiver below, Please print and fill It in and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship.  We take your health seriously!  With your help, we will maintain records of attendance should we be required to notify you.  Your participation in bringing the Waiver, safe distancing, masks on, etc. will allow us to keep one another out of harm’s way during this pandemic. Let’s do our best!

Please click on the following link to print Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf

BIBLE STUDY RESUMES!  We are now meeting by Zoom, a live, online computer-based source designed so we can see and hear one another – our first meeting was wonderful!  We are currently completing the book of Mark, with each study a “stand-alone” discussion.  Tuesdays, 10:00 am, bring your bible and prepare for a great learning discussion.  Led by Pastor Lisa.  Interested? Contact Lisa at ldempsey@cokeschapel.org to get your invitation. 

UPPER ROOM DEVOTIONAL now available for pickup at the Pavilion.  A box marked “Upper Room” holds the newest edition in regular and large print.  Stop by and pick your daily devotional now!  It is one way we can all remain in the same heart and prayer life as we share the same readings daily as a community.

Sunday, August 16 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive-in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Tuesday, August 11 – 8:30 AM – Staff Meeting @ Pavillion
Tuesday, August 18 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom contact Pastor Lisa        ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Thursday, August 20 – 6:30 PM  – Committee on Finance Meeting – 6:30 PM Fellowship Hall
Sunday, August 23 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive-in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks, and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
As we return to gatherings and meetings please remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

 

           

Cokes Chapel is a mission-minded church, and this time of limited physical serving has been hard.  Many members have asked what they can do – without coming into contact with others.  Here are a few ideas:  

–   Backpack Buddies continues to help feed community children. You can find a list of needed   foods on their website, or you can make a monetary donation on that site.  

–   Back to School Supplies are Needed at One Roof – If you’d like to donate, feel free to drop any supplies off at their location at 255 Temple Avenue, Newnan, GA 30263, from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday – Saturday.
  
–   Meals on Wheels of Coweta has been delivering meals two days a week all summer.  These deliveries include enough food for the week. Our Cokes Chapel team will resume our volunteering with this group when safely possible. Monetary donations are appreciated.

–   We continue regular support of our three missionary families, the Houles, the Hadden’s, and Caleb Earle. Please include them in your daily prayers.

– If you have any questions or ideas, please contact Betsy and Earl Bagley. ebbagley@gmaill.com  
 

Cornerstone UMC at 2956 Sharpsburg McCollum Road is hosting a Drive-Thru drop off for the food pantry at I-58 Mission located in Senoia, GA.  The drive-thru drop off will be held on August 22, 2020, from 10 AM to 12 PM.  See the link below for items they are requesting and more information if you are interested in helping with this need.

https://mcusercontent.com/463f056e4b84ed1e5bd128bbc/files/749acb85-f490-4ffa-8282-e0e2283f06f7/i_58_Mission_Donation_Drive.docx

UMW called a meeting on Friday, August 7, 2020.  Nine ladies were present and Wanda Moore showed up but did not come in, so we all went out to see her.  It was wonderful to see her and hear about Mick. We caught up on what we have been doing, discussed that the treasury is a little low at $538.94 but we have continued to give, and we decided to begin meeting at our regular time (Sept 17 at 9:30 AM).  Come meet with us if you want to be blessed by warm fellowship and lots of laughter!!!

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

August Snapshot as of August 12, 2020:
Budgeted Funds Needed $22,400
General Funds Collected $18,122.30
 
Next Finance meeting is August 20, 2020, at 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall.  If we meet in the FH, we will practice social distancing and wear a mask. All tables and chairs will be cleaned with Lysol before and after the meeting.  These are open meetings for all who wish to attend.  However, if you plan to attend, please let me know so I can plan accordingly.  We need to stay under 10-15 people to remain safe.  

A WORD ABOUT OUR FINANCES from your Pastor
Dear family,
We wait with bated breath to hear what new thing the Virus has re-shaped – school, eating out, shopping… you name it, and Corona has touched it. Your Church is not immune either.  When we had to cease worshipping In-person together, it impacted us on every level.  You know what I am talking about – don’t you!  We miss our gatherings, hugs, our Mission Silent Auction, and meal… the list is long.  

You are missed.  No doubt about it!  I miss your smiles, hugs, conversations, and on!  I miss and have concern for each of you who must be quarantined from the community, knowing how debilitating it can be emotionally and spiritually.  Your Church misses the regular giving that keeps us functioning even while we wait for “normal” to return.  We may not be “in” the building, but ministry is continuing at a fast and demanding pace in spite of COVID.  Cokes Chapel ministry to one another and to our community is desperately needed during this time of unsettled life.

Thank you for loving Cokes Chapel, loving the Lord, and giving to keep our ministry moving forward for God’s Glory.  If you think it doesn’t matter if you give because the routine of the church has changed, I can assure you, your giving does matter.  You may trust that new routines are in place and working to increase our reach for God every day.  Your giving, prayers, witness, presence (online or in-person), and service still remain our standard.  We are the church, you are the Church, we are the Church together!  Help us to be the Church God desires us to be by supporting all the parts of ministry that present the high standard of God first in our lives.

In Christ, Pastor Lisa

Important news:  Trustees and Finance are now preparing Cokes Chapel to renew our loan for the Child Care Center and Youth House.  The bank will review our financial picture and other aspects of the church.  At this time, particularly, it is important to reflect consistent, stable giving.  

Click on this at our website: cokeschapel.org to view ways to give a one time gift, or regularly
                        


MINISTRY MESSAGE:  INTER-GENERATIONAL & YOUTH MINISTRY, August 12, 2020: 
 
In Youth Ministry, we held our first in-person gathering on Saturday, August 8th.   In keeping with our church safety guidelines, we gathered on the lawn outside the Youth House for a socially distanced time of fellowship, games, devotion, and prayer.  It was great to see so many of our youth in-person as we had fun and shared our joys and concerns during these difficult times.  Before we ended the gathering, each youth was invited to stand in the middle of our large outdoor circle as we outstretched our hands in their direction and offered a blessing over each youth individually for God’s guidance, strength, wisdom, and love throughout this new school year.
 
In this week’s Inter-generational Sunday School lesson, we will read about Moses’ call from God to lead the Israelites out of slavery as it is found in Exodus 3:1–4:17.  The lesson focuses on how Moses argues against this call and how God reassures him. If you would like to be included in the email list and receive this lesson, please contact Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com.  Each lesson includes commentary to help enlighten your study, questions for thought and reflection, as well as an optional activity that can be done at home with children and/or youth. 
 
God is at work all around us!  May we hold each other by heart and lift each other by prayer as we journey together, and apart! 
With love,
Kim
(Kim Reindl, Director of Inter-generational, Youth & Children’s Discipleship; kim.reindl@gmail.com)

At a recent meeting of the UMW we realized there are missing tables in the Fellowship Hall.  We are asking that they be returned right away!  Please always let the church office know if you borrow one!  


BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

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PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Craig Cox
Larry & Debbie Carter
Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Wanda Moore
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jim Pelot, a friend of Dempsey’s
Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis & Family 
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)

   

Prayers for one another and our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression and fear. May God surround us and protect us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
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G Chat August 6, 2020

     

Dear Church family,

Worship outside Sunday at the pavilion was the best!  Worshippers and the sound equipment were kept cool!  More picnic tables will be removed from the concrete pad so that you can bring your chair and be seated with social distance.  Once seated, you may take off your mask, and enjoy our time together.  You may also remain in your car and listen to worship on 88.7 FM if that is your preference.

However you choose to join us on Sunday, I pray you will know God’s presence each week with us.  With God’s help, your prayers, and support, we will move through this time with God blessing on our efforts.

Thank you for continuing to show hospitality and concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you can read about below.

In Christ,
Pastor Lisa

**in case of rain, or questions regarding if in-person outdoor worship will be held, refer to the cokeschapel.org website for announcements.  An email will be sent out through Church Wide Mail Chimp to announce rain or other changes.  Be sure you are signed up for our communications!

                            Worship Information


LIVING A TRIUMPHANT LIFE

Daily living with Jesus can provide us with what we need, all the time!  We are all looking for ways to be strong and faithful in these times of pandemic health challenges, broken race relations, and economic uncertainty.  God speaks through stories of Jesus, revealing love, compassion, giving us words to draw on for coping with our fears, giving new life to our faith and witness.

Jesus’ words and ways give us courage and hope in Christ.  Plan now to join us in August for some God-given strength, becoming the triumphant believers’ Christ intends us to be!

Sunday, August 9th,  Scripture – Matthew 14:22-33
                                       Sermon – “Faith Steps”

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?

Reminder – we are now worshipping outside at the Pavilion across the street from the sanctuary. 

Bring: Waiver (see below); masks; seating of your choice; umbrella for shade; bug spray; hand sanitizer.  A heart ready and seeking God!
 

If you are new to Drive-in Worship and have not filled out an Individual worship Waiver below, Please print and fill It in and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship.  We take your health seriously!  With your help, we will maintain records of attendance should we be required to notify you.  Your participation in bringing the Waiver, safe distancing, masks on, etc. will allow us to keep one another out of harm’s way during this pandemic. Let’s do our best!

Please click on the following link to print Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf

BIBLE STUDY RESUMES!  We are now meeting by Zoom, a live, online computer-based source designed so we can see and hear one another – our first meeting was wonderful!  We are currently completing the book of Mark, with each study a stand-alone discussion.  Tuesdays, 10:00 am, bring your bible and prepare for a great learning discussion.  Led by Pastor Lisa.  Interested? Contact Lisa at ldempsey@cokeschapel.org to get your invitation. 

Sunday, August 9 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive-in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Tuesday, August 11 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom contact Pastor Lisa        ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Sunday, August 16 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive-in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Thursday, August 20 – 6:30 PM  – Committee on Finance Meeting – 6:30 PM Fellowship Hall

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks, and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
As we return to gatherings and meetings please remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

 


 

           

Cokes Chapel is a mission-minded church, and this time of limited physical serving has been hard.  Many members have asked what they can do – without coming into contact with others.  Here are a few ideas:  

–   Backpack Buddies continues to help feed community children. You can find a list of needed foods on their website, or you can make a monetary donation on that site.  

–   Back to School Supplies are Needed at One Roof – If you’d like to donate, feel free to drop any supplies off at their location at 255 Temple Avenue, Newnan, GA 30263, from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday – Saturday.
  
–   Meals on Wheels of Coweta has been delivering meals two days a week all summer.  These deliveries include enough food for the week. Our Cokes Chapel team will resume our volunteering with this group when safely possible. Monetary donations are appreciated.

–   We continue regular support of our three missionary families, the Houles, the Haddens, and Caleb Earle. Please include them in your daily prayers.

– If you have any questions or ideas, please contact Betsy and Earl Bagley. ebbagley@gmaill.com  
 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

July snapshot of budget vs income:
Budgeted Funds/Income needed monthly= $22,400.00 (projected expenses) 
Final General Funds/Income collected as of July 30, 2020= $13,534.29
 
August snapshot of budget vs income:
July 31-August 5, 2020 General Funds/Income collected = $9322.30
 
Background:
July represented the first time since March the church has been responsible for the Childcare and Youth House/Land (bank deferment on both loans) as well as Pastor Lisa’s Healthflex insurance payment. It is important for our folks to remain faithful.  Finance has requested that spending be kept at a minimum, and only essential spending takes place.  
 
Unfortunately, we have not received rent from the Parsonage since March until this month ($1000 per month).  As a church, we needed to help our neighbor in her time of crisis.  Childcare contributed $3000 towards that shortfall and we are deeply grateful for their generosity. Childcare also contributed $3000 towards the repair of the church roof.  Again, we are grateful.  We did have some additional unexpected expenses in July including plumbing problems at the parsonage and an emergency septic problem on a Sunday morning, also at the parsonage.  Utilities, mortgages, bus loan, salaries, and insurance premiums have been paid for July along with additional added expenses from the Parsonage.  The septic bill will be taken care of out of August funds.  Thanks, program chairs for your diligence in cutting expenses.

We will apply for PPP Loan forgiveness sometime this month or August.  Trustees and Finance have begun to work on refinance documents for the Childcare and the Youth House/Land.  We will keep you posted on both of these events as they occur.
 
These are difficult times and most of us are just tired of the whole situation.  However, we have read the end of the story…a risen Lord that represents HOPE.  We are truly EASTER people. Find your heart’s treasure and give generously! Let us continue to believe God is in control.  And, above all, please pray for guidance!
Vivian Snyder, Finance Chair

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A Note to the Cokes Family: 
Dear family,
I pray that you look at our finance reports each week.  Even in this season of tremendous upheaval, our weekly and monthly giving reports reflect your faithfulness in giving back to God. Thank you for your prayerful, consistent giving during this challenging time.  Regular giving promotes a stable financial picture, allowing us to focus on serving, praying, and expanding our reach for Jesus Christ.  

Important news:  Trustees and Finance are now preparing Cokes Chapel to renew our loan for the Child Care Center and Youth House.  The bank will review our financial picture and other aspects of the church.  At this time, particularly, it is important to reflect consistent, stable giving.  

Would you take the time to consider your pattern of giving?  If you have not been giving, would you consider beginning now?  If you have been giving but stopped since worship patterns changed, would you begin again?  If you would like to make a one time gift to address the July shortfall, or a gift towards the loan pay down, Cokes Chapel is in a crucial time for us to step forward with the long view of our fiscal responsibilities.  God has been faithful and so many have given faithfully to bring us this far!  We trust in God to direct our paths in every facet of ministry, especially in our financial decisions.

Thank you for honoring God, giving generously, and taking part in continuing to build God’s kingdom! 
In Christ, Pastor Lisa 

Click on this at our website: cokeschapel.org to view ways to give a one time gift, or regularly
                        


MINISTRY MESSAGE:  INTER-GENERATIONAL & YOUTH MINISTRY, August 5, 2020: 
 
In this week’s Inter-generational Sunday School lesson, Jesus gives his perspective on wealth in Luke 12:13-21.  The theme for the week is the right priorities, acknowledging the struggle between generosity and self-sufficiency. If you would like to be included in the email list and receive this lesson, please contact Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com.  Each lesson includes commentary to help enlighten your study, questions for thought and reflection, as well as an optional activity that can be done at home with children and/or youth. 
In Youth Ministry, our Youth and their families provided and served an appreciation lunch for the Cokes Chapel Childcare Center teachers and staff on August 5th.   This weekend, we will be gathering for our first “in-person” get-together on Saturday, August 8th.  We will be meeting outside at the Youth House for a special time of catching up and fellowship.
 
God is at work all around us!  May we hold each other by heart and lift each other by prayer as we journey together, and apart! 
With love,
Kim
(Kim Reindl, Director of Inter-generational, Youth & Children’s Discipleship; kim.reindl@gmail.com)


BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

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PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Larry & Debbie Carter
Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Wanda Moore
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jim Pelot, a friend of Dempsey’s
Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis & Family 
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)

       Congratulations to Larry and Debbie Carter, new grandparents to Oliver Fox Gilbertson.  Oliver weighed 6 lbs 4 ounces, 19 inches long.  Praising God that Cera is doing well and for a healthy delivery and beautiful baby boy!

 

Prayers for one another and our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression, and fear. May God surround us and protect us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
Copyright © 2020 Cokes Chapel UMC, All rights reserved.
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4096 Lower Fayetteville Road, Sharpsburg, GA

SharpsburgGA 30277

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July 30, 2020 G Chat

     

Dear Church family,
I am happy to report we have been able to worship outside three Sundays. It is so good to be together! We even had a visitor!

We now meet across the street from the sanctuary at the pavilion.  This location allows our sound equipment to keep cool, and worshippers to sit in shade. As we learn the shade patterns, seating in the yard will be more defined, as well as limited seating under the pavilion.

Whether you join us for online worship, at Drive-In Worship, in the car listening on 88.7 FM or on the grounds in chairs, I pray that you will embrace God’s presence each week with us.  With God’s help, your prayers and grace, we will move through this time with God overshadowing and blessing on our efforts.

Thank you for continuing to show hospitality and concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you can read about below.
In Christ,
Pastor Lisa

**in case of rain, or questions regarding if in-person outdoor worship will be held, refer to the cokeschapel.org website for announcements.  An email will be sent out through Church Wide Mail Chimp to announce rain or other changes.  Be sure you are signed up for our communications!

                            Worship Information


LIVING A TRIUMPHANT LIFE

Daily living with Jesus can provide us with what we need, all the time!  We are all seeking ways to be strong and faithful in these times of pandemic health challenges, painful race relations, and economic uncertainty.

God speaks to us in scripture through stories of Jesus, revealing love, compassion, giving us words to draw on for coping with our fears and perhaps even facing judgement about our faith and witness.

Jesus provides words and ways to live with courage and hope in Christ.  Plan now to join me and your community in August to grab fresh strength through Jesus’ teachings, to become the triumphant believers Christ intends us to be!

Sunday, August 2nd,  Scripture – Matthew 14:31-21
                                       Sermon – “Gods Pantry”

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?

Reminder – we are now worshipping outside at the Pavilion across the street from the sanctuary. 

Bring: Waiver (see below); masks; seating of your choice; umbrella for shade; bug spray; hand sanitizer.
 

If you are new to Drive-in Worship and have not filled out an Individual worship Waiver below, Please print and fill It in and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship.  We take your health seriously!  With your help, we will maintain records of attendance should we be required to notify you.  Your participation in bringing the Waiver, safe distancing, masks on, etc. will allow us to keep one another out of harms way during this pandemic. Let’s do our best!

Please click on the following link to print Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf

Sunday, August 2 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Tuesday, August 4 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom see info in G-Chat or contact Pastor Lisa        ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Sunday, August 9 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Thursday, August 20 – 6:30 PM  – Committee on Finance Meeting – 6:30 PM Fellowship Hall

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
As we return to gatherings and meetings please remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 
 

 


 

           

Cokes Chapel is a mission-minded church, and this time of limited physical serving has been hard.  Many members have asked what they can do – without coming into contact with others.  Here are a few ideas:  

–   Backpack Buddies continues to help feed community children. You can find a list of needed   
    foods on their website, or you can make a monetary donation on that site.  

–   Back to School Supplies are Needed at One Roof – If you’d like to donate, feel free to drop any
    supplies off at their location at 
255 Temple Avenue, Newnan, GA 30263, from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday – 
    Saturday.
  
–   Meals on Wheels of Coweta has been delivering meals two days a week all summer.  These deliveries
    include enough food for the week. Our Cokes Chapel team will resume our volunteering with this group when
    safely possible. Monetary donations are appreciated.

–   We continue regular support of our three missionary families, the Houles, the Haddens, and Caleb
     Earle. Please include them in your daily prayers.

– If you have any questions or ideas, please contact Betsy and Earl Bagley. ebbagley@gmaill.com  
 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

Committee on Finance – The Committee did not meet in July.  July represents the first month since the pandemic began that the church was once again responsible for the Childcare Loan, Youth House/Land loan and Pastor Lisa’s Healthflex premium.  On August 15th Finance will begin to study the impact of the pandemic on giving and how to manage the financial status through 2020.  The next meeting for the Committee on Finance is August 20th at 6:30 at the TBA. See below:
  
July snapshot of budget vs income:
            Budgeted Funds/Income needed monthly= $22,400.00 
            General Funds/Income collected as of July 29, 2020= $13,459.29 

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A Note to the Cokes Family: 
Dear family,
I pray you are reviewing our finance reports each week.  Even in this season of tremendous upheaval, our weekly and monthly giving reports reflect your faithfulness in giving back to God. Thank you for your prayerful, consistent giving during this challenging time.  When you give regularly it allows Cokes Chapel to continue to focus on serving, praying and looking for ways to expand our reach for Jesus Christ.  

Thank you for remembering God is at work all the time through you and your church! Thank you for honoring God, giving generously and taking part in continuing to build God’s kingdom! 
In Christ, Pastor Lisa 

Cokes Chapel UMC Childcare Jr. Mission Camp:

A team of church ladies agreed to provide a 3-day Jr. Mission Camp for the Cokes Chapel Childcare Center.  The Camp focused on “Let Your Little Light Shine for Jesus” with your LOVE, with your GIFTS and with your HELP HANDS.  We had about 65-70 children daily ranging from 1 year old to 4 years old. We spent several hours each morning singing, dancing and attempting to create some type of related craft like a heart-shaped suncatcher, a giving bank, and a helping-hand sunburst.   We created a related hat each day, we read a related story (HOW MUCH DO I LOVE YOU and FILL A BUCKET) two days and watched a video (“Giving is Better than Getting”) on one day, we made and used several different instruments like a tambourine and shakers to sing and dance.  They loved the shakers because they made the most noise!!!  Whew!!!!
A big shout-out to the Childcare classroom teachers and assistants while we were in the classroom.  We could not have done this without their classroom management, knowledge and skills.  We saw these children bow their heads and sing their prayer prior to eating and we heard them sing some of the familiar VBS songs like Jesus Loves Me and Rise and Shine.  
It was a blessing to deliver God’s word, no matter how elementary, to His precious gifts.  They are precious in His sight and represent our future.  Team: Brenda Hanes, Vivian Snyder, Arianna Smith, and Nancy Vermilyea; a special thank you to Dee Croft for her assistance and expertise.
 


 MINISTRY MESSAGE:  INTER-GENERATIONAL, YOUTH & CHILDREN’S MINISTRY, July 29, 2020: 
 
This week in Children’s Ministry we are offering our 5th Annual Kid’s Mission Camp (KMC)!  For five years Cokes Chapel has been in partnership with Newnan First UMC to develop this unique offering (our form of VBS) that allows kids to serve others, empowering them to realize that they are active followers of Jesus Christ making a difference in the world right now!  This year we adapted the camp design so that children could engage in an “at-home” camp with their families.  Also, we are delighted to report of continuing participation from our Cokes Chapel Childcare Center, with a Junior camp being led in classrooms. 

All participants of KMC have been given a Camp Kit with supplies and instructions for the daily mission projects (to be done at home or in the classrooms), focusing on our theme, “Let the light of God’s love shine through you!” (Matthew 5:14-16).  Throughout the three day camp, kids are encouraged to love and serve others through the giving of their hearts, minds/resources, and strength (Luke 10:27).  Daily videos have been sent to participants helping them relate to the daily theme and Scripture, leading them through devotion and prayer, and offering them instructions for their daily mission project. 

We are excited that 55 kids are participating in Kid’s Mission Camp this year (20 from our churches and 35 from the Childcare Center)!  In addition, Vivian Snyder, along with Brenda Hanes, Nancy Vermilyea, Arianna Smith and Dee Croft offered a “Junior Camp” at the Childcare Center for preschoolers ages 1-4 years.  Overall, over 120 kids are being embraced and empowered by God’s love this week as a result of our ministries!  Praise God for the light that will shine forth this week and in the week’s to come because of the generosity, gifts, and talents of the Cokes Chapel and Newnan First faith families!
 
This week’s Intergenerational Sunday School lesson is the story of Jesus’ meeting with the woman at the well, found in John 4:1-42.  The theme for the week is reconciliation. If you would like to be included in the email list and receive this lesson, please contact Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com.  Each lesson includes commentary to help enlighten your study, questions for thought and reflection, as well as an optional activity that can be done at home with children and/or youth. 
 
Finally, in Youth Ministry, plans are underway to arrange for an in-person Youth gathering before the start of school.  Also, our Youth will be serving the Cokes Chapel Childcare Center through providing for a special teacher lunch on August 5th, as well as by providing videos of story time, songs, music, or crafts that can be used by CCCC teachers as ways to enhance classroom experience for the children.
 
God is at work all around us!  May we hold each other by heart and lift each other by prayer as we journey together, and apart! 
With love,
Kim
(Kim Reindl, Director of Inter-generational, Youth & Children’s Discipleship; kim.reindl@gmail.com)


BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

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PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Larry & Debbie Carter
Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Wanda Moore
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis & Family 
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)
 SEE HOMEBOUND BELOW

Prayers for one another and our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression and fear. May God surround us and protect us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
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G Chat July 23, 2020

     

Dear Church family,
As we continue to work within our circumstances of the pandemic, I am happy to report that we have been able to worship outside two Sundays!  Yes, it is hot, but hey, we can do that for a short time!  It is good to see those able to be out, even if it is at a distance. We will continue to learn – heat is hard on our music equipment.  We are working on resolving what steps that will take to have good sound for you.

Again, we are learning together – but with your prayers and grace, we will move through this time with every bit of God’s presence and blessing over our efforts.

Thank you for helping us show hospitality, concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you will read about below.
In Christ,
Pastor Lisa

**in case of rain, or questions regarding if in-person outdoor worship will be held, refer to the cokeschapel.org website for announcements.  An email will be sent out through Church Wide Mail Chimp to announce rain or other changes.  Be sure you are signed up for our communications!

                            Worship Information

The final sermon in our series: This week we will finish by learning about the epic encounter that Elijah stirs up with King Ahab and his god, Baal.  It involves fire, water and a good bit of chiding on Elijahs part.  One of the great Old Testament stories!  See you Sunday!

Sunday, July 25,  Scripture – 1 Kings 18:17-24 (The Message translation)
                              Sermon – “Who is Your God”

Daily living with Jesus can provide us with what we need, all the time!  We are all seeking ways to be strong and faithful in these times of pandemic health challenges, painful race relations, and economic uncertainty.

God speaks to us in scripture through stories of Jesus, revealing love, compassion, giving us words to draw on for coping with our fears and perhaps even facing judgement of our faith and witness.

Jesus words bring fresh strength to our days.  In Jesus, we are given enough to live in courage and hope in Christ every day!  Come on, plan now to join me and your community in the month of August to grab new strength in Jesus’ teachings and become triumphant believers through Christ!

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?

If you are new to Drive-in Worship and have not filled out an Individual worship Waiver below, Please print and fill It in and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship.  We take your health seriously!  With your help, we will maintain records of attendance should we be required to notify you.  Your participation in bringing the Waiver, safe distancing, masks on, etc. will allow us to keep one another out of harms way during this pandemic. Let’s do our best!

Please click on the following link to print Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
 

Sign up for our 5th annual Kids Mission Camp as we join God in God’s work already happening in our homes, neighborhoods, and communities! 
 
This year will be a virtual and at home hybrid where each day you can tune in to watch that day’s video, be encouraged to share God’s love by the work of your hands and the meditations of your heart, and then put that faith and love into action by completing easy service projects with your family!
 
The purpose of Kids Mission Camp is to help children realize that they are active Christ followers right NOW, and to help them see that they have the power to shine the light of God’s love and make a difference in the world through acts of compassion, giving, and service.
 
When:  July 28-30
 
Theme:  “Let the Light of God’s Love Shine Through You!”
 
Scripture Focus: Matthew 5:14-16 and Luke 10:27
 
Daily Projects:  Writing Encouragement Cards, Gathering Food or School Supplies, and Caring for God’s Creation
    
Kids Mission Camp is designed for children in rising 3rd through 6th grades.  However, we encourage families with children younger or older than these ages to also join in.  This year’s camp is designed to be appropriate for the entire family!
 
Register today to pick up your FREE family take home kit–which will include all directions and most of the supplies you will need to complete your projects at home.  Pickup times for your kit will be Sunday July 26 following worship services, or Monday July 27 from 6:00-7:00pm at Newnan First UMC.
 
TO REGISTER (please go to):  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dAAmCwO_p_Het1C6h1nY0PAgLjeUFEGzkfNTPqE0DTo/viewform?edit_requested=true
 
Reach out to Kim Reindl (kreindl@cokeschapel.org) with any questions!
 
NOTE:  If you would like to sign-up an out of town friend or relative to receive the videos, mission project instructions, and a supply list, please email Kim Reindl at kreindl@cokeschapel.org.  Camp Kits are available for local participants to pick-up the week of camp (July 26 & 27).

Saturday, July 25 – 9:00 AM to 11 AM  – Newnan Prayer Rally, Greenville Park (downtown Newnan)
                 See Flyer below for the link to more information 
Sunday, July 26 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
July 28-30 – 9 AM to 11 AM – Junior Mission Camp at Cokes Chapel Childcare Center 
July 28-30 – Kid’s Mission Camp 
Sunday, August 2 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
As we return to gatherings and meetings please remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

Newnan Prayer Rally flyer:
https://mcusercontent.com/463f056e4b84ed1e5bd128bbc/files/8588750b-bd76-4050-a7df-b645554daa80/Prayer_Rally.pdf

 


 

           

 
Back to School Supplies are Needed at One Roof – If you’d like to donate, feel free to drop any supplies off at their location at 255 Temple Avenue, Newnan, GA 30263, from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday – Saturday.  See note below:

 

Despite the pandemic, it looks like our children will be heading back to school! We are in need of supplies to distribute. If you are out shopping and can pick up a few extra items to share, we will be happy to distribute these to Coweta children for back to school this fall. 
Thank you for your generosity! 
God bless you and keep you safe,

Ann Kerlin, Exec Director 
One Roof Ecumenical Outreach

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

Committee on Finance -Finance meetings are open meetings. Our next meeting will be on August 20 at 6:30 PM.
 
            July snapshot of budget vs income:
            Budgeted Funds needed monthly= $22,400.00
            General Funds collected as of July 15, 2020= $12,514.29

We continue to thank each of you for your prayerful and consistent giving during this challenging time.  Your church is still serving, praying and looking for ways to expand our reach for Jesus Christ.  

Some of you have utilized the office door slot to drop off your giving.  We also want to make it easy to give on line by using our Onrealm giving portal located on our website, cokeschapel.org.  Our main page offers you a giving link.  Click on that, and then select the “Tithes and Offering” tab seen below. This easy registration will lead you through how to give either on a one time or regular basis.  It’s a safe, protected way to give!

  

There are also options to give to the “communion offering” which supports our Needy Family Fund, as well as special offerings that occur throughout the year.

Whichever way you give, in person or on line, your giving makes a big difference to the stability and sustaining the ministry of your church.  Summer months can find us a bit stretched, however your faithfulness is continuing to show how we trust and move forward. Thank you for honoring God, giving generously and taking part in continuing to build God’s kingdom! 
In Christ, Pastor Lisa 

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JUNIOR MISSION CAMP – THIS WEEK!!! 
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 28-30, Cokes Chapel volunteers will be doing a Jr. Mission Camp for 1, 2 year, 3 year and 4 year old children  attending Cokes Chapel Childcare.  We expect about 70 children and have plans to engage these “littles” for 1 & 1/2 hours for the 3 day Camp. 

Our theme is: “Let the Light of God’s LOVE Shine Through You!” 
                       Our focus is on Loving, Giving and Helping. 

We still have several needs: 

A few more volunteers who have met the security requirements, are still needed to be in classrooms with a teacher.  Finally, if you would like to make a donation to offset expenses, please make your check out to:
     Cokes Chapel UMC and designate it to: CCC JR. MISSION CAMP. Or, of course, we will accept cash.   

We will have a final review of our daily activities on Monday, July 27 at 10:00 at the pavilion by the Fellowship Hall.. If you are considering being an assistant, please join us!  Questions?  contact V. Snyder at vcsnyder@bellsouth.net.  

Thank you in advance for giving and serving as you are able!  LOLOVE

 

BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

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PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Caleb Earle
Larry Huckaby
Inez Davis, mother of Cindy Cox
Wanda Moore
Carma McCallie
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Caroline Huckaby
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis & Family and
   Robin’s recovery
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)
 SEE HOMEBOUND BELOW

Prayers for one another and our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression and fear. May God surround us and protect us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
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