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First Christian Church of Lawrenceville

Enjoy photos and reports from the Assembly below


Friday night Camp Banquet
Worship

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Saturday Men's and Women's Breakfast
Business Session
Worship

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Children’s FUNderful Day and
Youth Lock-In
(With a Purpose!)

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At the Regional Assembly held at FCC of Lawrenceville, the Youth held a “Youth Lock-In (with a Purpose!)” across town at New Hope Christian Church of Lawrenceville. Part of the “purpose” was a sandwich-making project for the needy.

An amazing and important part of this project is how many different Disciples of Christ from across Georgia participated. There were about 24 individual congregations involved in some way in this RA Sandwich Making Project!  The effort of making sandwiches reached out into many places of need in GA because of the coordination of Disciple congregations.

Nine youth members (primarily 7th - 9th graders) from Augusta Central, Lawrenceville First and Bogart Christian were involved. There were four “Disciples on Campus-UGA” students helping plus adult leaders Diane Bales and James Gibson of Athens First Christian and Sheila Hunter of Sandersville First.

Transportation was handled by Sage & Paul Appleby with the van from Columbus Central and Nancy Oliver of Decatur First, driving the van from Peachtree Christian of Atlanta.

Hosting and Assistance were Tracia Deal & James Shelton and 2 other adults from New Hope Christian.

Adult hands-on sandwich makers were Doug Job-Friendship/Evergreen; Jancey - Union Christian; Doug Ivey-First, Watkinsville; Suzanne Wages-Damascus Christian; Reeda Allen - Eagle's Landing; one more adult: Lee Thompson from Lawrenceville First (sandwich maker).

Distribution of sandwiches and hygiene bags were:

George Pinkard, GCOR, TO: Peachtree/Pine Shelter; Atlanta Recovery Center; some parking lots (they added soup, water and dessert).
Bec Cranford Smith,
Church of the Misfits & First, Marietta TO:
the Gateway Center
Nancy Oliver. First, Decatur, TO: Gentle Spirit Church & Open Door Community
Paul Turner, First, Decatur, TO Candler Park
Barbara Webster, First, Sandersville TO First Love Kids & Hunter's Run Apartments, community breakfast for workers.
Sheila Hunter First, Sandersville TO First Love Kids & Hunter's Run Apartments community breakfast for workers. Hygiene bags to DFACS for five young teens needing self-care education.
Sandwiches: 133 Peanut/Jelly sandwiches made and distributed
1,015 Turkey/Cheese sandwiches made and distributed
5 gallon size Hygiene bags

Using:

104 loaves of bread
1,015 slices of cheese (some cheese left over donated to First Love Kids)
1,015 slices of turkey
500 packets of mustard
2 large jars of peanut butter
2 large jars of grape jelly
sandwich bags
Donations for project pledged:
August Central DMF

$ 25.00
  Augusta Central DWF $ 25.00
  Athens, First DMF $ 100.00
  Bogart, First $ 100.00
  Reeda Allen, ELCC $ 25.00
  Griffin, First $. 25.00
  High Shoals First $ 100.00
  Sandersville DMF $ 100.00
  James Gibson, Athens $ 60.00
  Sheila Hunter, Sandersville $ 40.00
  TOTAL DONATED: $ 600.00
  (goal was: $500.00)
  TOTAL RECEIPTS( to date) $ 585.20

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Exhibits

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Featured Speakers

Richard MorseDr. Richard Morse
currently serves as a Vice President at Church Extension, a ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Rick has been in contextual ministry for more than 30 years. As a young Disciples pastor, he redeveloped a congregation in North Idaho more than doubling its attendance in less than 5 years. For the past 25 years he has been engaged in church planting, first as a planter in the Seattle area, and now currently as the leader of the Disciples new church movement. This movement has celebrated more than 600 new church plants with an amazing 80% sustainability rate.
 


Stanley SaundersDr. Stanley Saunders
A Disciples minister, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary. His research interests include ‘eschatology’ in early Christian understandings of “the last days”, the nature of the Church, spirituality, and ecclesial self-definition with a special interest in the Gospel according to Matthew. Stan has a PhD from Princeton Theological Seminary, a MDiv from Emmanuel School of Religion and a BA from San Jose Bible College.

 

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