Written by: Sister Ashley Dunn The beginning of 2020 brought changes that affected the world. The introduction of the coronavirus COVID-19 (respiratory virus) in January started a chain reaction across the globe. By March, its subsequent spread and resulting infection rate prompted the World Health Organization(WHO) to officially declare COVID-19
If you have been a member of Friendly Church of God in Christ for any length of time, you’re sure to notice several things. Of these things you probably recognize that Friendly COGIC has several moving parts. Friendly, as a church, is continuously active. There are departments, auxiliaries, and missions
This year, the Youth Department sponsored a trip to the Martin Luther King, Jr National Historic Site in Atlanta, Georgia. Two vans and several cars made the trip on January 24, 2019. There were a total of 30 people traveling – 19 adults and 11 youth. This National Historic Site
The Friendly Hospitality sponsored a program on March 28, 2019 that was a little different from most programs. Spearheaded by Missionary Rosa Sharpe, the president of the Hospitality Unit, the church was invited to a Spaghetti Dinner program. Decorated in black and yellow, the fellowship hall was inviting to everyone.
Members, far and near, along with friends and visitors all made their way to the Friendly Church of God in Christ 66th Church Anniversary celebration. It could be considered a homecoming, and everyone came home to fellowship together and mark 66 years of ‘doors that hang on friendly hinges’. Friendly
This year, the Purity Class was invited to the Robotics Showcase by the 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance which was held on December 15, 2018 at the Lonnie Johnson STEM Activity Center on 275 Decatur Street, Atlanta, GA. Two EV3 robots and the In Orbit Robot game were donated to participate.
Harvest Night is a special program in October designed to assist with Pastoral Expenses. In November, the Holy Convocation is held in St. Louis, Missouri and the leadership of the Church of God in Christ is asked to meet for special services and the General Assembly for the business of
The struggle is real seems to be the latest catch phase when experiencing a difficult situation. One might used that phase when being questioned on why they were late for work. Or even when you just can’t seem to get your together, the phase the struggle is real can be
This year Northern Georgia Second Jurisdiction hosted Youth In Action(YIA) on Saturday February 4, 2017. The theme for this year was “All or Nothing: Give me You!!”. The sessions were held at the Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School in Augusta, Georgia. Youth from all around the jurisdiction came to
The 2017 Annual Winter Revival was held February 8 – 10, 2017. The theme this year was Recovery and Restoration with the supporting scripture Jeremiah 30:17, 33:3. The guest revivalist was Bishop Mark Walden, Prelate of Northern Georgia Second and pastor of the House of God in Thomson, Georgia. Bishop