Meet the Reebs

Come meet and greet Pastor Charley, his wife Brandy and their 1-year-old son, Paul. Please plan to attend one of these informal gatherings. Around 7 PM during the evening gatherings and 1:30 in the afternoon gatherings, Pastor Charley will speak for a few minutes. Cookies and lemonade will be served.

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Rev. Dr. Charley Reeb Returns to Georgia

The name Charley Reeb sounds familiar to many. Those who listen to Day 1 Weekly Broadcast or flip through publications like Feasting on the Word, Ministry Matters, and Circuit Rider: Preaching Magazine have likely taken in the guidance and life stories of the pastor with over 20 years of experience....

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40 Days of Prayer | Prayers for the North Georgia Conference

To help prepare our hearts and minds for this transition, we have been joining together in prayer for Pastor Sondra, Pastor Charley, and the North Georgia Conference. We will be sharing prayers that have been submitted by members of our congregation over these next few weeks. You will find these shared...

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Our Faith In Action – UMCOR

Are you familiar with UMCOR – the United Methodist Committee on Relief?  You may be if you’ve ever packed flood buckets – like we did last fall for Hurricane Harvey victims.  If not, UMCOR is the humanitarian relief and disaster response arm of the United Methodist Church.  UMCOR works with...

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40 Days of Prayer | Prayers for Pastor Charley

We are about 40 days away from welcoming our new senior pastor into our ministry. To help prepare our hearts and minds for this transition, we will be joining together in prayer for Pastor Sondra, Pastor Charley, and the North Georgia Conference. We will be sharing prayers that have been...

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Our Faith in Action – Depression and Bipolar Alliance

“Giving hope and acceptance to people.”  These words reflect Marilyn Burdick’s sense of purpose in her 8-year involvement with the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) at our church.  In these years, Marilyn has seen “miracles” – people are getting jobs, having children, and just “living”. So how wide spread...

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