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G Chat August 20, 2020

Dear Church family,
  
This week, I received this letter about Cokes Chapel’s ministry at the Child Care Center.  I can think of no better way to say…. the church is alive, at work serving our community, meeting the needs of families!  Read this….  
 
Good Morning, 
I hope you are all doing fine in this unusual time but REAL time!  So many of us are getting tired for being inside and dealing with the abnormality of the situation.  I am being a bit stubborn about calling this the “new” normal.  I pray it is not a “new” normal.  

I am writing this to tell you a praise story.  I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Childcare Center last Friday after I spoke with Keith about the Kick-Off of the Virtual Program they are offering to assist parents who MUST work.  Childcare offers parents a safe, loving environment for their children at $20 a day.  It is an amazing program offered to this community.  We, the church, are helping so many little people struggle through these times…picture a precious little girl named Emery, she is a first-grader.  She sits at her little cubby, that Childcare has created for each child, trying desperately to understand her schedule (with limited reading skills) this “new” way of learning. Her little tiny finger hits keys on her computer and listens with her headset to her teacher in a “meeting” where she sees other students in her class on her screen. Then her screen goes dark…nothing.  She raises her hand for help.  Someone comes to help, not her teacher, not her Mother, not an older sibling, basically, a stranger, for now, who is kind and trying to help her get back to her meeting with her teacher who has valuable information about her assignments. By the end of the day, Emery is in tears and wants her Mother.  I am telling you this story because you have not had the pleasure of seeing OUR childcare staff do what they do best…take care of God’s most precious gifts… OUR children.  How blessed Coke Chapel United Methodist Church is to have a ministry like this one.   Lol, Vivian Snyder

Say a prayer for all the teachers, children, our staff, and our fearless director Kristin McCoy, and her team including Amber, Mandy, and Ansley.  

Worship continues at the pavilion Sundays, 9 am.**  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.  

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 23rd,  Scripture – Matthew 16:13-20
                                       Sermon – “Anointed by Jesus”

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.

Thursday, August 20 – 6:30 PM – Finance Committee Meeting @ Front Porch of Church (weather permitting)
Sunday, August 23 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive-in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Monday, August 24 – 9:30 AM – Staff Meeting @ Pavillion
Tuesday, August 25 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom contact Pastor Lisa        ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Sunday, August 30 – 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 the use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

 

           


This is an excerpt from a blog by Thailand NOW (August 3, 2020)

Please read this and pray that Allie and David will be able to get their new visas without any more issues.

ALLIE & DAVID HOULE    
Last month we asked you to pray for Thailand NOW missionaries David and Allie Houle, who serve as Field Directors for the Blessing Home Centers in Thailand.

 
Every missionary must have a long term visa so they can legally stay in the country, and David and Allie had employment visas through teaching part-time at a language school near Blessing Home in Pattaya.  But the language school went out of business in March, an economic victim of the COVID crisis.  And when the language school closed, their work permits and visas were canceled.  The Thai government gave all foreigners in Thailand amnesty until July 31 to either leave the country or obtain a new visa.  So Allie and David chose to start their own translation business, called Peachtree Translating (you can tell they are from Georgia), which would enable them to obtain a work permit and visas to be able to stay in the country.

They hired a prominent law firm in Pattaya that specializes in this kind of situation, and they began the process.  But because of COVID, everything slowed down and the process has taken longer than expected.  And then just two weeks ago, they found out that the lawyer they hired gave wrong advice and they would need to resubmit new documents and start over again.  They would not have enough time to meet the deadline.  If they could not meet the deadline, they would need to leave the country and would not be able to get back until the COVID crisis is over in the States.

So we ended up praying that the amnesty would be extended by the Thai government.  For many days Thai government officials were saying that the amnesty would not be extended.  This made us pray more fervently.  Then last week the Thai government announced that they would extend the amnesty through September 26.  We give praise to the Lord that David and Allie have more time for this process.  Please continue to pray for them.

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

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

Finance will have the August meeting Thursday evening (8/20) at 6:30 on the front porch of the church (weather permitting). These are open meetings.  If you plan to attend, please give me a heads up so we can arrange space for social distancing.
 
Financial Snapshot for August:
Income needed for projected budget:  $20,400.00
Income collected after 3rd Sunday:      $20,397.00
 
God loves a cheerful giver.  He is certainly happy today.  Thank you for your generosity.  Your gifts help us to keep the lights on.  We should all be very grateful.  Please take this opportunity to bow your head and tell God “Thank You” for generous hearts at Cokes Chapel United Methodist Church.  Amen. 

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 19, 2020: 
 
In Youth and Children’s Ministry, as our young people began the 2020-2021 School Year, we sought to support and encourage them, especially since they are facing many continuing challenges through virtual learning and limited or altered engagement with friends and teachers.  As a way of blessing our young people and letting them know that their church family is lifting them in prayer, we surprised them with “Blessing Signs” in their front yards. 
 

 
 
As a congregation, we ask that you please remember in prayer our youth and children, as well as their teachers, school administrators, and parents.  We ask for God’s guidance, strength, wisdom, and love, as everyone seeks to live into the days ahead.
 
In this week’s Inter-generational Sunday School lesson, we will read about the call of the prophet Samuel as it is found in 1 Samuel 3:1-21.  The lesson focuses on how we, like Samuel, must learn how to recognize and follow God’s voice. 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)


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
Howard & Margie Jones
Caroline Huckaby
Leigh Cunningham (daughter-in-law (James) of Cornelia)
Judy Cunningham (daughter-in-law (Mike) of Cornelia)
Craig Cox
Larry & Debbie Carter
Noah Sweatman (grandson of Edel White)
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 our children and youth as they resume their school education, for teachers and parents who are guiding and supporting this new kind of learning.  Continue to pray for one another and for 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
 
 


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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