8:30 and 11:00 Sunday School at 9:45 We are a Safe Sanctuary Congregation
Sunday Afternoon Activities
12:15 Lilburn Kids meal preparation
1:00-2:00 Alpha Bells
2:00-3:00 Children’s Choirs
2:00-3:00 Chancel Choir Practice
3:00-5:00 Youth ACT
6:00 Lilburn Kids meal preparation
6:15-7:00 Omega Bells
6:00-7:00 Bible Study/Service
7:00-8:30 Chancel Choir Practice
Sunday Services at 8:30 am and 11:00 am: Church Can Happen Anywhere!
THIS SUMMER! SUNDAYS ARE FAMILY FUN DAYS! Beginning May 29 Sno cones, Pizza, and a jumpy in Pollard Hall after the 11am worship service.
Sun Jun 26: Vacation Bible School “Surf Shack” Catch the Wave of God’s Amazing Love Celebration after the 11am service! Hot Dog Cookout, Sno Cones, jumpy!
Monday, June 6 - Lilburn Lunches begins delivery. On Sunday, June 5, we will begin making lunch for the Lilburn Lunches. Lunches will be made every Sunday, Monday at 2pm and Wednesday at 6pm until July 31. Supplies needed are: peanut butter, grape jelly, chips, applesauce cups, spoons, napkins and 8 oz. water bottles. Cash can be donated for weekly supplies and cold cuts.
Preschool Registration for the 2016-2017 preschool year is underway. Call 770-564-0135 for further information or to schedule a tour of the school. Check out the Preschool’s website at: http://harmonygrovepreschool.weebly.com
Summer Sermon Series begins in June ... "The Salvation of Doctor Who” Adapted study by Matt Rawle Chapters include: The Oldest Question in the Universe; God and Time and God’s Time; The Sonic Screwdriver is Mightier than the Sword; and Bigger on the Inside. “Doctor Who tells the story of the timelessness and power of goodness and truth in a universe that hate and sin have broken:
“The Faith of a Mockingbird” sermons series begins on July 17. This series is based on the Harper Lee novel To Kill a Mockingbird. To Kill a Mockingbird is the story of a broken town, full of broken people, living within a corrupt and broken system; but, like all good stories, redemption waits just around the corner, and beckons us to discover how our own broken lives are part of God’s timeless redemption story.