September 1, 2022

Church OfficeThe Wednesday Connection


September 1, 2022

I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought. 1 Corinthians 1:10

Prayer List

New: Week of 8/28/2022
Quida Dickerson
Bernie D
Mike Emerson
Donna McDaniels
Bill Miller
Monica Miller
Adam P
Karen Rodriguez
Arlene Visconti
Jere Weaver

Upcoming Surgeries
Bill Miller, 9/2
Pat Wroten, 9/9 CRH

Recovering from recent illness/surgery

Chris Adams
Kimeran Brewer
Curt Ledford
Dave Rabon
Nick Stickeler
Donna Tallent

Homebound/Nursing Home

Jerry & Jean Armstrong, at home
Walter & Ann Berg, at home
Lynn Blumreich, at home
Pat Burgess, at home
Roy & Jeannette Cole, at home
Peggy Driskell, at home
Rene Garn, at home
Hal & Nancy Harper, at home
BJ Hunter, at home
Nancy Kelly, at home
Joyce Kimsey, at home
Connie Lake, CRNH
Flora McNabb, at home
Fran Peacock, at home
Flora Jean Roberts, Union NH
Harold Smith, Stonehenge
Tommy Tatum, Brasstown
Anne & Sam Wilburn, at home
Ward Wooley, at home

In the Hospital

Peggy West, Erlanger/Murphy

Prayer requests:
If you would like to be added to this prayer list, please contact the church office at
706-896-2281, or email your request to Chris at: [email protected].


Kingdom Prayer Focus

Father, we thank You that You have called us to be courageous, for we know in our heart of hearts, that You will be with us. You tell us to be strong, to put on Your armor, and to prepare for the fight. And even though we know the battle we are facing is spiritual, we still have moments of weakness where we feel all alone on the battlefield. We find in those moments that we believe IN You, but we do not believe You. Forgive us for our cowardice because courage is a necessary requirement in the Christian walk. So, we ask Your Holy Spirit to give us the strength we need to continue the journey You have set before us. And as You do Your part, give us the measure of faith we need to do our part. And as we step out in faith, let us be obedient as we look to You, instead relying on our own strength. In Jesus name, amen.




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Attendance for 8/28/2022

In Church

SS Attendance



When you look around at our world, there are too many problems for you to fix alone. Mission Georgia unites hundreds of local Georgia Baptist churches to bring transformation and hope to these issues because we are better together.  
Donations will be accepted during the month of September
for this worthy cause. Look for the envelopes in the pew pockets
or designate Mission Georgia in your online giving.
Our 2022 Offering Goal is $15,000.
The five areas of focus for the Mission GA focus are:
Human Trafficking, Foster Care, Internationals & Refugees,
Childhood Literacy, Pre and Post Natal Care

GBCH Annual Truck Loading Event thru 9/18
The Hiawassee Baptist Association is collecting the following items for the
Georgia Baptist Children’s Homes:
Packs of individual snacks and chips, Fabuloso Cleaner,
Laundry Pods, Dishwasher Detergent,
Trash Bags (13 gal and larger), Paper Towels, and Toilet Paper.
Gift Cards are also appreciated!
Drop your donations off in the collection bins in the Family Life Center,
Drive Thru Portico or Church Office by September 18th.

The church office will be closed on Monday, 9/5 in observance of Labor Day.

The Towns County Alzheimer’s & Dementia Monthly Support Group, facilitated by Shannon Larsen, will meet on Tuesday, September 6th at 1:30 pm in room #233-FLC. Note change in room location. For more info Call Shannon at: 706-885-4643.

BAPTISM | 9/11
We will have baptism next Sunday morning, September 11th. If you, or someone you know would like to be baptized, contact one of the pastors or call the church office at 706-896-2281.

Lord’s Supper & Benevolence Offering | 9/11
Prepare your hearts and join us on Sunday, September 11th for communion in-person or at home. A special offering for Disaster Relief will be taken at the end of the service.