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9:30 AM Covenant Groups
9:30 AM Growth Group in the Heritage Room
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
12:15 PM Christian Education
                in the Small Conference Room
3:00 PM New Life International Church
              in the Chapel
4:00 PM Impact Group - Human Trafficking
               in the Heritage Room

12:00 PM Arimathea Bridge in Joe Stone Room
6:30 PM Church Council in the Heritage Room
8:00 PM  AA in the E-215 Classroom

10:00 AM WMU in the East Wing
6:00 PM Aux Committee in the Heritage Room
6:00 PM Missions Committee
              in the Missions Res. Conference Room

10:30 AM Bible Study in the Heritage Room
6:00 PM The Gathering in the Chapel
6:00 PM Children’s Choir in the East Wing
7:00 PM Sanctuary Choir S-107 in Choir Room

9:30 AM Covenant Groups
9:30 AM Growth Group in the Heritage Room
11:00 AM Worship in the Peachtree Room
11:30 AM Rise Again Ministries in the Chapel
3:00 PM New Life International Church
              in the Chapel
4:00 PM Deacons Meeting in the Heritage Room

Growing in wisdom, strength, and His love.   Psalm 78:4
Save the date for March 26 as we have LUNCH BUNCH: Family Edition. We all are going to the Trampoline Park! More details to come!
Mark your calendar for March 17 - 19 as we have our DNOW Retreat. Cost is $75 per student. For more info, contact Taylor at TMason@Wieuca.org. Deadline is March 1.


Contact Pam at PJernigan@Wieuca.org to reserve flowers for the worship service.


Something's Missing

While dining out recently, we visited a really good restaurant known for certain specialties. When our orders arrived, several of us had selected the same dishes. After one bite, it was obvious – something was missing. A key ingredient of one of their specialties had been left out.
Good cooks are known for combining the right ingredients. Many of them don’t need a cookbook, they just know what needs to be added. Whether cake or casserole, one bite usually tells the tale.
In a church family, the recipe calls for all the ingredients. Paul wrote to the Romans: “We are all part of His one body, and each of us has different work to do. And since we are all one body in Christ, we belong to each other, and each of us needs all the others. God has given each of us the ability to do certain things well” (Romans 12:5,6).
Charles Swindoll, in his book Hand Me Another Brick, offered this: “Your gifts make you valuable, although not necessarily famous. The Lord remembers every labor done in love” (Hebrews 6:10). Many of the ingredients are not obvious, until they are missing.
There are many places where our labor can make the difference. The Impact Teams are busy addressing the five key issues we have identified – Generational Poverty, Seniors, Public Servants, Human Trafficking, and Refugees. Leaders are needed in ministries to our children and youth. The Greeting Ministry allows us to be on the front lines when guests arrive. Are you interested in tutoring? Check out our Day School and After School programs. Do you have technical skills? We are looking for additional volunteers for worship support. Would you be interested in hosting/leading a small group? Connecting people happens best in small communities. Do you have a gift and passion for intercession? Our Prayer Ministry could use more prayer warriors. The list goes on and on.
There is joy in serving. Each of us can help our church grow healthier by adding the special ingredient God has given us!


“Charity gives itself rich; covetousness hoards itself poor.”  German Proverb


Their registry can be found here: https://www.babylist.com/dudley-franklin

We invite you to get involved in one of these groups as Wieuca reaches out to help fulfill our mission.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: We are partnering with Habitat for Humanity every Saturday until April 29, excluding Easter weekend.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: Sunday, March 5 at 4 PM a representative from Wellspring Living will give a short presentation about ways we can help make difference.

For more info visit Wieuca.org/Impact

IMPACT: Refugees Spotlight
The war in Syria has brought us the biggest humanitarian crisis of our time. 11 million Syrians are on the run, with 13.5 million still in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. Since the beginning of the war, half of Syria's population has been killed or forced to flee their homes. Some of these families have become our neighbors, finding themselves in the refugee community of Clarkston, Georgia. Learn more about our IMPACT Groups here: Wieuca.org/IMPACT
“Questions you want to ask God” with Mark Wilbanks is meeting again through March 19 in the Heritage Room on Sunday mornings. New groups start March 26. More details to come.



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