Senoia United Methodist Church.... A Missional and Discipling Congregation 
The Weekly Connection 
April 11, 2019
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Sunday, April 7, 2019
5th Sunday in Lent
Sermon: 24 Hours That Changed the World:
Condemned By the Righteous 
& Barabbas and Pilate
Scripture: Mark 14:53-72 & Mark 15:1-15 

Sunday, April 14, 2019
Palm Sunday
Sermon: 24 Hours That Changed the World:
Palms & Passion

Scripture: Mark 15:25-39 

Running late on Sunday? Come to the front door so an usher can let you in the building.
In this edition:
  • Videos of the April 7th Service
  • Easter Flowers
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Easter Week Activities and Services
  • Sue McDaniel
  • UMW Special Program
  • Talking to Children About Easter
  • Relay for Life
  • Drug Take Back Day
  • Save the Dates
  • Maundy Thursday Night Supper
  • Those Assisting in Worship
  • Calendar
  • Staff Listing
Watch the Senoia UMC
11:00 Service
April 7, 2019 Sermon
Easter Flowers
to Honor or Memorialize Your Loved Ones
We invite you to purchase colorful potted Easter Begonias through the church. Please complete a form, found throughout the church, to purchase flowers or make a donation in memory or in honor of a loved one. Return your completed forms and payment to the church office during business hours or put it in Sunday's offering plate.

The cost is $15 each and the deadline is Wednesday, April 17 at Wednesday Night Supper. We have about seven flowers still available.

NOTE: Only the first 25 flower orders will receive a begonia to take home, however, any orders after that WILL be included on the dedication list.
Dear Church Family,

“The lord is my Shepard, I shall not want.”

As I emailed earlier, Mrs. Sue McDaniel died on Saturday April 6. She died peacefully, at home, at the age of 102. Throughout her life she blessed the world with her sweet and kind spirit.

Her funeral will be held on Sunday, April 14th, at 2 pm at Senoia United Methodist Church. Family will receive visitors at 1:30. There will be a brief burial following the service and a reception at Senoia UMC.

If you are able to help provide food for the reception please email Melinda Garver ( or Shirley Orr (

Let us remember all of those who are grieving her loss.

United Methodist Women Meeting and Program
April 22 at 6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall
Senoia UMW invites you to come on Monday evening, April 22, at 6:00 in the Fellowship Hall. We will be having a representative from The Bloom Closet in Fayetteville come speak with us about the wonderful ways they help our foster children in Georgia.

This is open to all ladies of the church. Come and join us!

Nine out of ten children removed from their homes arrive into the foster care system with nothing but the clothes on their backs. They deserve to feel and look like the best child they can be.

Bloom gets to work on that immediately. That’s why The Bloom Closet was created. The Bloom Closet provides Georgia’s foster children with free clothing, shoes, baby gear, books, toys, and school supplies. Items are either new or gently used. The environment is that of a whimsical children’s boutique.
At The Bloom Closet, our mission is to make foster children feel special.
Because they are!

Hope to see you all on he 22nd!!
 “Is that the cross Jesus died on?” he, a 5 year old, asked quietly, pointing to the rooftop steeple of the local Methodist Church. 

Kids do say the darndest things....are you ready to talk about Easter with the children in your life? Pastor Ashley suggests that you read the article, link provided below, ahead of Easter. If you have questions please talk to Ashley...she's here for you!

The Health and Wellness Team Invites YOU....
To donate and/or participate in the 2019 Relay for Life. Please use the link below to make a donation or join the team.

The event is Saturday, May 11, 4pm to 10pm at the Newnan Fairgrounds.

For further questions please contact either Vicki Sewell (770) 599-6097 or Kimberly Tinsley (770) 599-6151.

DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, Coweta County

What: The DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day gives the public opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. People can safely dispose of these drugs by visiting special drive up/drop-off sites set up around Coweta County. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

When: Saturday April 27, 2019 from 10am-2pm

Where: There will be three drop-off locations in Coweta County.

Newnan Church Of Christ
 2675 GA-34, Newnan, GA 30265

Newnan Utilities Wahoo Creek Administration Building
315 Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd, Newnan, GA 30263

Senoia United Methodist Church
229 Bridge St, Senoia, GA 30276


  • April 13, 11:00am Easter Egg Hunt (note time change)
  • April 14, 8:45 & 11:00am Palm Sunday Services
  • April 18, 6:00 & 7:00pm Thursday Night Fellowship Dinner &
Maundy Thursday Worship Service
  • April 19, 7:00pm Good Friday Service
  • April 21, 7:30 & 11:00am Easter Sunday Sunrise & Traditional Service
  • April 21, 9:45 Easter Fellowship Breakfast (Please bring a dish to share)
  • April 24, 6:00pm Handbell Wednesday Night Supper Fundraiser
& Program
  • April 27, 10-2pm DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day
  • May 5, 11:00am Homecoming Worship & Lunch on the Grounds
  • May 6, 1:00pm Blood Drive
  • May 11, 4pm - 10pm Relay for Life
  • May 19, 11:00am Cantaré Musical: A Tale of Three Trees
  • June 17 - 20, 6:00pm Vacation Bible School
Maundy Thursday Night Supper - April 18

The ALT Team: Roast Beef, Green Beans, Roasted Potato Wedges, Celery & Grapes, Apple Sauce w/ Raisins, Green Salad, Pita Bread, Dessert

Children 5-12 years $3; Under 5 Free; All others $7

You will need to make a reservation as we do have to purchase groceries and prepare your meal in advance. Those without reservations will be served after those with a reservation. Please use the Connection Card or let the office know by phone or email before 10am, Tuesday, April 16th.
Some thoughts about this special Maundy Thursday meal:
Roast Beef (substitute for lamb): recognizes Christ as the Passover Lamb
Salad & Celery : The cooked greens and raw celery represent the bitter herbs reminiscent of the Passover meal. They symbolize the bitterness and harshness of the slavery the Hebrews endured in Egypt. At the Last Supper, they alluded to the bitter suffering Christ was about to endure on the cross.
Apple Sauce: a substitution for haroset (or charoset), a sweet, dark-colored paste made of fruits and nuts. It represents the mortar used by the Israelites while in bondage in ancient Egypt.
Pita Bread: signifies Christ’s body, which was broken on the cross. Unleavened bread is served during Passover, commemorating the Exodus out of Egypt. Since the children of Israel left Egypt hastily, they did not have time for the bread to rise, so it was made without leaven (also known as yeast).
  Grapes:  represents the wine, the blood of Christ, which was shed for the remission of sins.

Those Assisting in Worship This Week - 4/14
  Ushers: Mike Ivie (8:45)  
Danny Branch & Tray Baggarly (11:00)
Acolyte: Wyatt Wilson (11:00)
Greeters: Tom & Kathy Burdg (11:00)

Those Assisting in Worship Next Week 
4/18  Maundy Thursday Usher: Ralph Arnold (7:00pm)
4/19 Good Friday Usher: Scott Tinsley (7:00pm)
4/21 Ushers: Dorinda Hilbun (7:30)
Ralph Arnold & Barb Combs & Skip Hughes (11:00)
Acolyte: Hayes Wilson (11:00)
  Friday 4/12
5:00pm Wedding Rehearsal
Saturday 4/13
11:00am Easter Egg Hunt
2:00pm Wedding 
Sunday 4/14
Palm Sunday
8:45am: New Traditions Worship
9:45am: Sunday School
11:00am: Traditional Worship
12:15pm Sunday Lunch Bunch
1:30pm Sue McDaniel’s Viewing
2:00pm Sue McDaniel’s Service
4:30pm Disciple Bible Study
Monday 4/15
7:00pm Read It & Reap
Tuesday 4/16
6:30pm Handbell Practice
Wednesday 4/17
Thursday 4/18
Maundy Thursday
11:30am Ladies Eat Out
6:00pm: Fellowship Dinner
7:00pm: Maundy Thursday Service
Friday 4/19
Good Friday
7:00pm: Good Friday - The Seven Last Words of Jesus

Rev. Ashley Jenkins , Pastor 

Rev. Natalie Faulkner, Associate Pastor

Barb Combs, Director of Programs

Jim Preece , Organist/Choir Master 

Lee Berry , Administrative Assistant & Finance Secretary 

Bereatha Brooks , Nursery Coordinator 

Polly Watson , Housekeeping 

Gail Noble and John Felbinger , A/V Technicians

Office Email: 
(770) 599-3245

Office Hours: 9-3
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday