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9:30 AM Covenant Groups
9:30 AM Presentation by Josh Mauney 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

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 Joe Stone Room
6:00 PM Auxiliary Committee in Heritage Room
6:00 PM Missions Committee in S-103

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 Groups
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 Heritage Room
5:00 PM Kids Night Out in the East Wing
Growing in wisdom, strength, and His love.   Psalm 78:4
Kid's Night Out
February 12 @ 5 PM
RSVP to ADurden@Wieuca.org
For more info contact TMason@Wieuca.org


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


The Irresistible Force
We begin a new emphasis this weekend in worship. Gathering at the table of the Lord, we reflect on the power of love: The story of God contains this inescapable truth: We are objects of His affection. His heart burns with a passionate desire to love His creatures. He loves all of them like He loves each of them. What does that love seek in return? He who pursues us with compassion, concern, mercy, and grace invites us not only to receive His love, but also to share it. How can we bask in His affection and not love what and whom He loves?

Scotty Smith wrote a beautiful book: Objects of His Affection: Coming Alive to the Compelling Love of God. Here’s an excerpt: “We’ve become acclimated to a condition we should never have gotten used to – a stagnant pool of religious forms and sentimentality along with buckets full of cultural legalisms. Inoculated with enough ‘god-speak’ to immunize our consciences, we can’t hear the thunderous river of God’s grace roaring invitingly in the Bible we read and the hymns we sing – a grace that beckons us to enter, be washed, and set free.”

Love is action, not just sentiment. Love changes things, turning dark to bright … bringing hope to the hopeless … offering dignity and acceptance… opening doors, not closing them. Love compels us to give what we haven’t earned but gladly receive. Jesus didn’t just suggest that we love others; He commanded it.

This is an important month at Wieuca – a season of prayer, discernment, discussion, and action. Behind it all is our motivation – a deep desire to see our church become radically committed to sharing the Gospel in word and deed.

Let’s begin together this Sunday by sharing the Lord’s Supper. Let’s be reminded of the ultimate expression of love that offers us salvation. Let’s contemplate how God might want us to reach the world Christ died to save.

CLICK HERE to meet the Mauney family – Josh, Kim, Jake, Lilly, Annabelle, and Vivienne.


“A checkbook is a theological document; it will tell you who and what you worship.”  
Billy Graham


We are still looking for 4 more folks to join our KidsTown Team during Children’s Worship on Sunday mornings. Adults help children learn about worship as Angie leads our children in worship.  You only help once a quarter in blessing our kids! Email ADurden@Wieuca.org for details! 

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