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Christmas Guide 2018 Churches gathering in faithful during Holy season
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Ch ristmas is a time for togetherness — family and friends old and new gathering for meals, holiday celebrations and remembering the birth of Jesus. Fou nd at ion Ch r i st i a n Church is holding its firstever Christmas concert on Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. The concert will be at Newnan High School. There will be performances by Foundation Worship, True Story, SweetBay and Kevin Lee Music. New na n Presby teria n Church is having Christmas carols and refreshments in Barrow Hall for three Sundays in December. Sandra Fuller was guest pianist on
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Church, Providence Church Roz, 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14 • Nativities from Around the World, Episcopal Church of the Nativity, 2089 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, 10 a.m to 2 p.m. • “What Christmas is Really About” play, Trinity Baptist Church, 122 Franklin Road, 7 p.m. • Christmas Concert, Andrews Chapel United Methodist Church, Roscoe, 7 p.m. “The participants will be Natasha Gilbert, Phyllis LaFon, Carolyn Walz-Kramlich, Diana
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The city of Newnan has rescheduled the annual Christmas Parade. The parade will now be held on Saturday, Dec. 15 at 6 p.m. The original parade scheduled for Dec. 8 was rescheduled due to predicted inclement weather, according to Ashley Copeland, communications manager for the city of Newnan. “The decision to reschedule the parade was not an easy decision to make, but the decision was made for the safety and protection of all of those participating and attending,” Copeland said. The route for the parade will remain the same, beginning at Armory Road and travel against traffic on LaGrange Street. It will be making a right turn on North Court Square, going around the square to turn right on East Court Square, and ending at Greenville Street. RPM had planned to have pet photos w it h Sa nta Clau s la st weekend but has arranged with North Pole authorities and the Newnan-Coweta Humane Society to have the photo opportunity with Santa from 12-4 p.m. on Dec. 15, according to Sandy Hiser with the humane society.
Elementary children at St. George Catholic Church put on their annual Christmas Nativity play last year. From left are Josmel Burgos Baez, Ben Roche, Sydney Johnson and Charlotte Nutter.
Dec. 2. Alice Gray on Dec. 9, Advent Service, 7 p.m. and upcoming guest pianist • Children’s Choir ChristJohn Kookogey on Dec. 23. mas Program, sanctuary, The event is from 10:30Central Baptist Church, 10:45 a.m. 6:30 p.m. L oca l Sout her n Bapt i st churches are gathering funds • Nativities from Around the World, Episcopal Church of for the Lottie Moon Christthe Nativity, 2089 Ponce de mas Offeri ng for Foreig n Leon Ave., Atlanta, 10 a.m Missions during December. to 2 p.m. Providence Baptist Church on Providence Church Road • Birthday Party for Jesus, is selling biscuits for $2 each parish hall, First United prior to each service. Methodist Church, Around the World, EpisNewnan, 5-7 p.m. Meal, copal Church of the NativChristmas crafts/story. ity, 2089 Ponce de Leon Ave., Santa will visit RSVP Atlanta, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to NewnanFUMC.org/ signups Today, Wednesday, Dec. 12 Thursday, Dec. 13 • Advent Meal, ResurrecYoung at Heart Dinner/ tion Lutheran Church, Lora Smith Road, 6:15 p.m. Lights, Providence Baptist
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Sr. living, commercial approved for Arbor Springs BY SARAH FAY CAMPBELL firstname.lastname@example.org
More than 100 “senior living” homes, a 50,0 0 0 -squa re-foot supermarket and several additional retail shops a re pla n ned for t he Arbor Springs area. T he proposed development will be on t he southern end of A rbor Spr i n g s , b e t we en t h e intersection of U. S. 29 and Hwy. 154 and Southwest Christian Church. The property was rezoned this week by the Coweta County Board of
Commissioners. Sevent y-f ive acres between Arbor Springs a n d t h e c h u r c h we r e zoned to t he cou nt y ’s R RC C — R e s i d e n t i a l Retirement Community a nd Ca re District for a “55+ active adult community.” The plan is for 121 lots, with a minimum lot size of 9,000 square feet (or one-fifth of an acre). T he development i s de si g ne d to b e a way for older adults, including residents of A rbor Springs, to “downsize." The proposed homes
ra nge from 2 ,0 0 0 to 2,200 square feet. One of the two proposed home st yle s i s a t h re e -bedro om , t wo -bat h home w it h vau lted cei l i ngs . The other is a two-story home with a master on the main and a total of t h ree bed room s a nd 3 1/2 baths. The new proposal is in addition to the 78 units of senior housing at A rbor Spr i ng s t h at were approved in 2014. The infrastr ucture for that development is in place, and the homes are advertised as costing in
the $400,000s. Developer Dan Zavada said that the senior development will have golf cart paths connecti ng to t he chu rch a nd the commercial sector. Several Arbor Springs residents spoke in favor of the project. Barbara Nelan, president of the homeow ner ’s a ssoci ation, said that “Dan has been promising us this for 19 years." The commercial rezoning approved this week a lso adds nea rly seven acres of commercial space to the 12
acres t hat were zoned commercial in 2002 b u t n e ve r d e ve lo p e d . There is also an area of property zoned Office/ Institutional. T he pl a n s show t he proposed superma rket w it h a n 8 ,000 -squa refoot retail wing, as well as various retail stores ranging from 1, 200 s q u a r e fe e t to 1 1 , 0 0 0 squa re feet. Some will front U.S. 29. Nela n told t he commissioners that she t h i n k s t he new development w i l l pu l l t ra ff ic away from the con-
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gested i ntersect ion of U. S . 29 a nd Hw y. 1 5 4. “People will be able to get to t he sma ll shop ping area without coming out to that very bad i ntersection,” she told the commissioners. Zavada said the entire project is designed with “nodes of walkability.” Cou nt y sta ff recommended t hat t he commercial and office development be required to meet t he sta nda rds of t h e c o u n t y ’s Q u a l i t y Development Corridor district.
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White and Tim Hall. There will be a lively mix of traditional, classical, liturgical and original Christmas music,” said church member Debra Tarleton. “A dessert reception will follow in the fellowship hall.” Saturday, Dec. 15 • Nativities from Around the World, Episcopal Church of the Nativity, 2089 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, 10 a.m to 4 p.m. • “What Christmas is Really About” play, Trinity Baptist Church, 122 Franklin Road, 6-7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16 • Music for the Season, First United Methodist Church, Newnan, 8:30/10:55 a.m. Traditional worship – chancel choir, Inspirations, chamber orchestra. • Christmas Cantata, Newnan Chapel United Methodist Church, 72 Robinson St, 10 a.m. • A Festival of Advent Lessons and Carols with Holy Eucharist, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Roscoe Road, 10:30 a.m. • Chancel Choir Christmas/Chamber Orchestra, Central Baptist Church, 14 W. Broad St., 10:55 a.m. • Joy Gift Service, Newnan Presbyterian Church, 11 a.m. • "CandyLand," children/youth presentation, Moreland United Methodist Church, 16 Church St., Moreland, 11 a.m. • Savannah Rose Leftwich, soloist, AllenLee Memorial United Methodist Church, Lone Oak, 11 a.m. • •Christmas Party for Children, Resurrection Lutheran Church, Lora Smith Road, 2-3:30 p.m. Candy cane hunt, cookie decorating with milk, storytime. Santa will visit. • •Christmas Play/Musical, Providence Baptist Church, Providence Church Road, 5 p.m. Fellowship with Santa, 6 p.m. • Nativities from Around the World, Episcopal Church of
the Nativity, 2089 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, 2-4 p.m. • “Sing a Song of Christmas,” cantata by Michael Barrett and Joseph M. Martin, Liberty Christian Church, Macedonia Road, 5 p.m. Candlelight service. Refreshments will follow. The Liberty Singers will be under the direction of Mary Jane Miles, choir director. • Christmas Concert, Newnan High School, 6 p.m. Sponsor: Foundation Christian Church. • “What Christmas is Really About” play, Trinity Baptist Church, 122 Franklin Road, 6 p.m. • Christmas Musical Program, Cornerstone United Methodist Church, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19
Saturday, Dec. 22 • Encountering the Christmas Spirit, outreach, Zion Hill Baptist Church, 87 Pinson St. Dinner, toiletries, coats, undergarments, socks, blankets. Fellowship/spiritual counseling. Sunday, Dec. 23 • Christmas Breakfast, Liberty Christian Church, 9:30 a.m. • Service of Scripture and Carols, Luthersville United Methodist Church, 9:30 a.m. • “How Great Our Joy,” cantata, Providence Baptist Church, Providence Church Road, 10:50 a.m. • Christmas Service, White Oak Grove Baptist Church, Senoia, 11 a.m. • Weihnachtsgottesdienst, Christmas service in German,
• Live Nativity, CORRAL barn, Roscoe, 7 p.m. Costumes, live animals. Free.
• Christmas Communion, Providence Baptist Church, Providence Church Road, 5 p.m.
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• Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, FaithCreek United Methodist Church, Highway 29N, 5 p.m.
• Children’s Mass, St. George Catholic Church, Roscoe Road, 4 p.m.
• Christmas Eve Communion Service, Cornerstone United Methodist Church, 5/11 p.m.
• Foundation Christian Church Christmas Eve Gathering, Newnan High School, 5-6 p.m.
• Family Christmas Service, Central Baptist Church, 6 p.m.
• Christmas Eve Service with Children's Pageant, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 5 p.m. • Candlelight and Communion, Newnan Presbyterian Church, 5/7 p.m. • Children’s Christmas Eve Program, Resurrection Lutheran Church, 5 p.m. • Candlelight and Com-
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• Festival of Lessons and Carols, Central Baptist Church, 11 p.m. Chancel choir, strings.
• Vigil Mass, St. George Catholic Church, 6 p.m.
• Caroling in the Neighborhood, leaving Moreland United Methodist Church, 6:45 p.m.
• Spanish Mass, St. George Catholic Church, 8 p.m.
• Midnight Mass, St. George Catholic Church, midnight.
• Advent Meal, Resurrection Lutheran Church, Lora Smith Road, 6:15 p.m. Advent Service, 7 p.m.
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• Candlelight Communion Service, Moreland United Methodist Church, 7p.m.
• Candlelight Christmas Eve, First Baptist Church, Newnan, 6 p.m. Features solos from college students home for the holidays and centers around the Lord’s Supper.
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Warm Up: A VoicePlay Holiday
‘The Nutcracker’ This holiday family favorite will delight young and old alike. Presented at the Wadsworth Auditorium by the Newnan Cultural Arts Commission, Southern Arc Dance Theater presents “The Nutcracker,” which will warm your heart and put you in a holiday frame of mind. For tickets and information, visit www.southernarcdance.org or call 770-683-3724.
Christmas Parade Dec. 15, 6 p.m., Free
Hosted by the City of Newnan, this year’s Christmas parade features the theme “The Parade of Christmas Trees,” and Bill and Anita Headley will serve as grand marshals. A family favorite activity in downtown Newnan, the parade is guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit. For more info, contact pbeckwith@ cityofnewnan.org or tfronebarger@ cityofnewnan.org.
Pet Pics with St. Nick @ RPM Dec. 15, Noon - 4 p.m., $10
RPM Patio Pub & Grill has arranged with North Pole authorities and the Newnan-Coweta Humane Society to have a photo opportunity for pets with Santa. All well-behaved pets are welcome. Proceeds benefit NCHS. For more information, call RPM at 770-683-1414.
VoicePlay returns to The Nixon Centre for the Arts to rock the house with an explosion of harmonious holiday sounds. More than a concert, VoicePlay is an enthralling theatrical experience that magically recreates the orchestrated sound of an entire musical production with nothing but the human voice. Alternating between eras and styles to showcase the quintet’s amazing vocal feats, each show is laced with inventive and hilarious onstage theatrics.. You’ll hear “Holiday Road,” “What’s This? (The Nightmare Before Christmas),” “Christmas Don't Be Late,” “Here Comes Santa Claus,” “Carol of The Bells” and “Frosty The Snowman” as you’ve never heard them before. Tickets are $15 to $20. Call 770-254-2787 or visit www.thenixoncentre.net.
CORRAL Live Nativity Dec. 20-22, 7 p.m., Free
The live Nativity program is led by Coweta Organization for Riding, Rehabilitation and Learning (CORRAL), at their barn in Roscoe for three nights before Christmas every year. The horses are elegantly attired as the steeds of wise men, and there are goats, a donkey and, of course, Baby Jesus. The Nativity is a pantomime with music and recorded narration. After the program ends, children are allowed to pet the horses and goats and hold the Baby Jesus. For more, call Marie Powell at 770-254-0840 or visit www.corraltrc.org.
Chantilly Potatoes a family favorite BY AMELIA ADAMS
For The Newnan Times-Herald
When we do see those who mean so much around a table, family favorites often star. As we make plans with concerns over our diets and waistlines, some fresher substitutions with fewer calories appear. However, t here a re no such
requests from my diners. A favorite, wh ich c a n be m ade a he ad , i s Chantilly Potatoes. My friend Pat Odom has a fine recipe in “Taste of Georgia.” My ingredients are similar and can be varied. The Chantilly staple, whipped cream, is identical.
Chantilly Potatoes 3 ½ pounds Yukon gold potatoes, sliced ¼ cup whipping cream or half and half ½ cup butter ¼ cup fresh chives (optional) ¼ cup sour cream 1 cup whipping cream Freshly ground pepper 2 cups sharp cheddar
Boil peeled and sliced potatoes in salted water until a knife pierces the slices easily. Drain and place back on the stove to cook out excess water. Place the potatoes in a mixer, or use a hand-held mixer and whip
the potatoes with the butter until it melts. Add the sour cream, pepper and cream or half-half and beat until smooth. Taste and correct seasoning. Pour in a 9x13 baking dish and allow to cool. The casserole may be made ahead of time at this point. If refrigerated, allow to cook until the center is warm. Prepare the whipped cream, add the cheese and place on top of the potatoes. Bake in a 350 oven until the top is a lovely brown. I often use a bit of sour cream rather than cream to cut down on the calories.
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