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Worship Service at Coweta Community Church

Sunday
Service

Questions? We'd love to hear from you!

Email: info@cccnewnan.org

Phone: 770-599-5067

Starting at 10:30 AM, a typical Sunday lasts about an hour and a half from start to finish. We start with praise and worship. Our heart is not to hinder the Holy Spirit, therefore, the worship length is flexible. Children remain in the sanctuary for half of the worship to allow them to learn how to worship with their parents. During worship, members can share a word of knowledge, a word of wisdom, a message in tongues, an interpretation of tongues, or a prophetic word as the Holy Spirit leads them.

 

Prior to worship, someone will share announcements and welcome everyone. After worship, we will take communion (optional). Then we receive tithes and offerings (optional). Lastly, one of our leaders or a guest speaker will share a message from the Bible. Personal prayer and prophetic ministry are available at the end of services.

SAMPLE SUNDAY SERVICE RECORDINGS:
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Popping Bubbles: Myths About Children & Worship

Sunday Morning Service 7/30/23

Message by Pastor Siprah Singh

Runtime: 1 Hr 45 Min

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Called To The Local Church

Sunday Morning Service 8/13/23

Message by Pastor David Robbins

Runtime: 1 Hr 42 Min

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Called To Serve One Another

Sunday Morning Service 8/20/23

Message by Pastor David Robbins

Runtime: 1 Hr 35 Min

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Two Roads

Sunday Morning Service 5/07/23

Worship led by Anna Maddox, Message by Pastor Pete Mullins

Runtime: 1 Hr 38 Min

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Repentance And Holiness

Sunday Morning Service 3/26/23

Pastor Pete Mullins shares the disturbing news that holiness and repentance are rarely discussed by pastors today, yet this crucial aspect of God's nature (and our response to it) are the basis for our relationship with God.

Runtime: 1 Hr 39 Min

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The Christian View of God's Nature

Sunday Morning Service 3/12/23

Pastor Randy Colver teaches the Christian's view of God's Nature and the deity of Jesus. For the church to experience revival, they must understand the truth of who Christ is.

Runtime: 1 Hr 39 Min

frequently asked questions

LOCATION:

310 Millard Farmer Industrial Blvd., Newnan, GA 30263

WHAT ARE THE SERVICES LIKE? A typical Sunday lasts about an hour and a half from start to finish. We start with praise and worship. Our heart is not to hinder the Holy Spirit, therefore, the worship length is flexible. Children are with their parents for part of the worship and then released to classes. During worship, members can come to an "open mic" to share a word of knowledge, word of wisdom, message in tongues, interpretation of tongues, or a prophetic word as the Holy Spirit leads them. After worship, someone will share announcements and welcome everyone. We will take communion (optional). Then we receive tithes and offerings (optional). Lastly, one of our leaders or a guest speaker will share a message from the Bible. Personal prayer and prophetic ministry are available at the end of services. We'd love for our visitors to meet our Connection Team before you head to lunch!

WHAT IS THE CULTURE LIKE? We are a Charismatic church that loves God and loves people. The word "Charismatic" simply means we believe in and pursue all the Gifts of the Spirit (1 Corinthians 12). We believe our God who gave them to His church hasn't changed from when He first gave them to the church—therfore they are still for the church today. We dance when we praise and are passionate in our worship. We are committed to global missions and local outreach. Everything we do is rooted in the Bible. We love fellowship and family. You are welcome to come as you are but be ready to be changed by His presence.

WHAT DO I WEAR? From flip-flops to suits, we have it all. Be relaxed or dress up, we're just happy to see you.

PARKING: Happily, our parking lot isn't complicated. There is one path to the main entrance. Handicap parking is available close to the door and families are more than welcome to drop off members with disabilities at the front door.

WHAT TIME SHOULD I ARRIVE? If you have children, plan to arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to check them in for security purposes. Otherwise, come early to mingle and fellowship. Greeters will be available to assist you with finding seats (if needed).

WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS? We have a great children's ministry that provides a safe and fun environment. In additon to the nursery, we offer something for kids from the ages of 6 weeks old to 7th grade. Children stay in the sanctuary for part of worship before being dismissed to classes. Parents can escort their children to their classes when dismissed, if desired. Check out our children's ministry page for more details. A nursing mother's room is also available so you won't miss anything.

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