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Ministry Spotlight

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Impacting Our Community

NAACP FREEDOM FUND | The Bulloch County NAACP held its 56th Freedom Fund Brunch on Saturday, November 4, 2023.

 

Our own Leanne Robinson co-chaired the Event. Sis. Robinson, along with First Lady Meca Williams-Johnson, were honored by President McCall for outstanding service to the Branch. Robinson is the Assistant Treasurer, and First Lady Williams-Johnson is the Youth Chapter and College Chapter Advisors.

Magnolia is a longtime supporter of the NAACP, and social justice is a big part of the DNA of this Church. 

CONNECT | To volunteer or learn more, contact Yevette McCall at 912.690.4821 or by Email.

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FOOD BANK  | Many folks consider hunger at Thanksgiving, but a significant problem requires a year-round commitment.  As such, as a Church, we have partnered with the Statesboro Food Bank to lead, volunteer, and make a monthly contribution that results in more than a ton of food each year. 

 

Additionally, our members volunteer with Rebbeca's Cafe monthly on the First Wednesday with the Unitarian Universalist Congregation to provide a hot meal for those in need at Rebecca's Cafe. 

CONNECT | To volunteer or learn more, contact Deacon Johnny Tremble at 912.687.6910 or by Email.

MORNING DEVOTION | Spend time each day reading and reflecting on God.  Magnolia uses Our Daily Bread, a daily online and printed devotional.  For a printed copy, ask an usher at any service.

 

WEEKLY PRAYER | Join our weekly Early Morning Devotional at 6:30 a.m. by dialing 712.775.7200 and code 1065315#. Feel free to listen or join in the discussion.

PASTORAL CARE | Pastor Johnson is available for Pastoral Counseling, Prayer, and Spiritual Guidance by appointment.  Call his office at 912.225.3151 or by Email.

COUNSELING REFERRAL | There are often situations that require a professional referral for services. This Church will make referrals as appropriate and support our members to get the care they need to thrive.

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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.

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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 PressureMore information on COVID.

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Money Matters

FOCUS | Financial Literacy is a survival tool. Sweet Magnolia is committed to empowering the community to achieve and maintain financial security.  Learn More.

Here are some resources that may help:

SNAP benefits 

Unemployment services

COVID-19 Resources

City of Statesboro Assistance

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