For the week of March 29th
A Thank you note
Dear church family,
Thank you for the flowers, cards and prayer support during my father’s final illness and death. It is such a blessing to have the support of this congregation to lean on during difficult times. My father lived a long and good life. I am thankful for his life as well as for the assurance that he is now free of the pain and struggles of earthly life, but I guess it just isn’t ever easy to lose a parent even when you think you are prepared. It has been a great help to know that you praying on my behalf. Again, as inadequate as it seems… thank you.
Thank you from Freeman
I wanted to thank you all for your kind words. Your visits truly made a difference for me in my recovery from surgery.
I can be reached at Yellow Brick House at this number: 770-860-9160
Pictures from Elder Training on Saturday, March 21st
Photos from the Asante Children's Choir Concert
Easter Sunrise Service
Sunday, April 5th, 7am
2920 Georgia 212
Please join us!
Linda Moon, recovering from knee replacement surgery
Evelyn Spivey, recovering from a heart procedure, at home
Joan McMullan, back surgery scheduled for April 13
Marilyn Gladue, recovering from a fall
Brenda Slade, recovering from surgery
Freeman Barber, recovering from hip surgery, back at Yellow Brick
Jay Morgan, nephew of Dan Morgan, Stage 4 cancer.
Roxy McNeil, Daphne Nash’s friend, in challenging times celebrating the birth of one twin, Scarlett, and mourning the loss of another, Riley
John Luke Ramsey, Sandra and Jim’s grandson, fractured leg
Melanie, Mike and Mary Schaeffer’s daughter, testing new medications for treatment
Harry Burnett, Jerry Fisher’s brother, hospitalized for congestive heart failure
Jerry, Fay Kitchens’ brother, health issues and kidney failure
Buser Family, friends of Daphne Nash, grandson DJ diagnosed with MD
Mya, student of Courtni Mitchell, diagnosed with osteosarcoma
Mollye, relative of Mary Scheaffer, multiple health concerns as she stops medical intervention
Jean Rush, friend of Charlene Morgan, Stage 4 lung cancer
Penny Hill, Executive Presbyter, receiving chemo for lung cancer
Our neighbors in need who have received food from PCR’S Food PantryShut Ins: Freeman Barber, Jean Ghee, Louise Hanekamp, Doris Kirby, Ray Morgan, Emelyn Sexton, Evelyn Spivey, Hope Woodruff
Worship - 11:00 a.m.
We are a welcoming, caring congregation, strong in fellowship and faithfully committed to worshiping God. Traditional in organization and open in worship, our mission is to share the love of God by serving our neighbors, whether we meet them around the corner or around the world.