Understanding the Times
THE ATTEMPTED COUP | Jesus had harsh words for religious leaders who “neglected the more important matters of the law—justice, mercy, and faithfulness” (Matthew 23:23). Coming to terms with an attempted coup and putting in place changes to prevent such actions in the future is important. Read More.
For the Culture
BLACK LIVES MATTER | The deaths of Amhaud Arbery, Breona Taylor, and George Floyd has captured the world's attention to the plight of Black people and the criminal justice system. Although this fight has long been a part of the ethos of Sweet Magnolia; together we are seeking to faithfully respond to the challenges of the day. Above. Pastor Francys Johnson shoulders the 30 foot Cross along with other leaders to demonstrate the weight of sin that is police brutality. Resources: Article, Video, More on JustGeorgia, and the M4BL.
TORNADO RELIEF | Sweet Magnolia stands with our Sister Church - Mount Moriah, one of the oldest churches in Pembroke. The severe weather and devasting tornado impacted several families connected within Mount Moriah.
To give, simply text "blessed" to 912.225.6531 now.
CONTACT | Jushara Coples, Outreach Ministry Director at 912.429.0970 or by Email.
Health and Wellness
AWARENESS | Sweet Magnolia is committed to empowering the community to achieve and maintain health and wellness.
As the faith community, we have a special responsibility to care for our fellow congregants and communities. When we are prepared, we are in a better position to help others. We have a special responsibility to get the facts and restate them accurately, and to check in frequently with our fellow congregants. Learn More about High Blood Pressure. More information on COVID.
MORNING DEVOTION | Spend time each day reading and reflecting on God. Magnolia uses Our Daily Bread, a daily online and printed devotional.
Join our weekly Early Morning Devotional at 6:30 am by dialing 712.775.7200 and code 1065315#.
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