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With the Big Game being played this Sunday, it is once again time to join with millions of others for the Souper Bowl of Caring.  Bring in canned or boxed goods this Sunday morning, and set them by the helmet of the team you are rooting for in the Superbowl game Sunday afternoon.  The food will then be passed on to help address the problem of hunger in our country which is much larger than most of us suspect.  Thank you!



Every day, thousands of children, families and seniors in our community don’t know where their next meal will come from. You can make a real difference in their lives by joining us again this year for Hunger Walk Run 2020.

The Home Depot Backyard

March 15, 2020  | 12-4 P.M.

*5K walk/run starts at 2pm

Your registration fee will help provide 100 meals to those in need. And with entertainment and activities for all ages, everyone can participate. Register by noon on March 13 to make a difference. I hope to see you again this year! Register to walk or run today @

Tammie McAfee
Lead Event Manager

P.S. – The walk-up registration fee for walkers and runners increases by $5 on the day of the event. Register online before noon on March 13 to get ahead of the pack and save.

Chemo Caps and Preemie/Newborn Baby Hats Ministry Update

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It is time again to create Chemo Caps and Baby/Preemie Hats. This ministry makes caps for Chemo patients and newborns at the Gwinnett Medical Center, Lawrenceville. Anyone interested in making caps and/or hats please let Debi Linke know. If you would like to learn to knit or crochet, Debi is available to teach either. To participate or for further information, please contact Debi Linke in person or via email at


Soul Project

This program is designed show support and help others who happen to be less fortunate than we are. Helping people in Africa by donating shoes because shoes can prevent serious injury, parasitic infections, Disease and Death. There will be boxes under the table in the Narthex for you to place your donation.

Grace Bags

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At this time, we are in need of someone, or a small group, to be in charge of selling Grace Bags for about 15 minutes after the 11 am worship service.  Grace Bags are medium size Ziploc bags filled with small items of food and some daily necessities and a lot of love, for handing out to those who are in need.  This is an awesome ministry, we have sold hundreds of bags and helped start this ministry in a dozen other churches. Please consider helping us after service. Thank you to everyone that has purchased and distributed the bags, helping feed the hungry people of our community. If you have any questions or would like to help, contact Lud or Wayne.

Contact information: Lud – 678-226-1726 – or Wayne – 404-788-0474 –