The youth of the Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, GA, invested a Saturday and worked together to raise money for the youth ministry. The group, called Three Rings, washed the exterior of cars for free but accepted donations. The youth ended the event with pizza.
Nancy Clemmer, Hogansville, GA, was recently installed as a Commissioned Minister of Congregational Care at the Cathedral of Christ the King. Mrs. Clemmer, the wife of the late Father Ron Clemmer, served as a Commissioned Minister for several years at St. Matthew CEC in Hogansville. Bishop David Epps, who originally installed Mrs. Clemmer at St. Matthew’s and, more recently, at Christ the King, said, “We are so very pleased to have Nancy serving the Lord and the people at CTK. She is a great blessing and will be a wonderful member of our ministry team.”
The “Baby Bottle Campaign,” at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, to collect funds to assist the Coweta Pregnancy Center in Newnan, GA concludes Sunday. The fund drive began on Mother’s Day and will end on Father’s Day. Christ the King members were asked to take a baby bottle, provided by the Coweta Pregnancy Center, and fill it with loose change throughout the several weeks of the campaign. Last year, CTK raised almost $1,000 to help save unborn babies in Coweta County. CTK joined with a number of churches in the area in supporting the “Baby Bottle Campaign.” Participants are asked to bring their bottle to church on Sunday, or, if they will be out of town, to drop the bottle off at the church office.