Evergreen Church News and Blog Posts

A Stitch In Time Quilt Show

Comfort Quilters, an Evergreen Church Ministry Partner, is hosting a FREE large quilt show on October 12 and 13 at Evergreen Church. This event will celebrate the art of quilting and have over 100 quilts on display.
The Comfort Quilters are also calling  for quilts owned by Evergreen Church Covenant Partners to be on display. Please click the link for the Quilt Show Hold Harmless  agreement and instructions.
For more information, please e-mail Laura Bosma at lbosma@bellsouth.net.

The church office will be closed on Monday, September 3

The church office will be closed on Monday, September 3 in observance of Labor Day. Enjoy your weekend. 

Wednesday night dinner at Evergreen Church

Wednesday night dinner for next Wednesday is chicken mushroom stroganoff, green beans, salad, and rolls. Dinner is served from 5:30-6:30 pm, and we invite you to stay for a 30 minute educational lesson from “The Story” followed by congregation wide fellowship. This is a wonderful opportunity for cross-generational kingdom building. 

Elementary school hand chimes resumes August 19

Our elementary chimes choir (grades 1-5) resumes Sunday, August 19. The class meets weekly between Sunday worship services at 10:30 am in the upstairs Hand Bell Choir room. If you have questions please email johnodom100@att.net.

Comfort Quilters Quilt show is coming in October

Comfort Quilters, an Evergreen Ministry Partner, is hosting a large quilt show on October 12 and 13 at Evergreen Church in Peachtree City and they need your assistance. Volunteers are needed as greeters, parking attendants, as well as other tasks. Email Laura Bosma at lbosma@bellsouth.net to volunteer for this awesome event. 

Don’t forget to RSVP for our annual Fall Wednesday night dinner kickoff

RSVP for our annual Fall Wednesday night dinner kickoff, which is this Wednesday, August 15 at 5:30 pm We will have the Varsity food truck, bounce house, and snow cone truck. This will be fun for all ages! Adult and children meals are $6 each. 

School has started for Landmark Christian School, PTC

Landmark Christian School has started classes at Evergreen Church. There are new changes with security during the week. We ask for your patience as we all become accustomed to these changes. If you have questions, please call the church office at 678.788.7374.  

A time of prayer

You are invited to join our prayer team in The Den this Sunday, August 12 at 10:35 am for a time of short, but powerful prayer for our community, church, and nation.

Back-to-school Sunday

We are dedicating Sunday, August 12 to praying over our students. We encourage your student (of any age) to bring their backpack to church so we can pray and lift up our children and youth as a congregation. 

Otto’s Story

Sunday Kathy Olmsted, an Evergreen Church Covenant Partner, shared a story about a man named Otto who has been living in a tent for the past 17 years. Kathy and her small group -The Beacons – became aware of him through a sign he was holding with the words “Disabled, Hungry.” Providing frequent lunches for him followed, and the beginnings of a relationship of trust by Otto began. The Beacons began to live life on mission with Otto – helping him obtain disability benefits which eventually totaled $750 a month, establish an address via P.O. box, obtain an ID card through the DMV, and obtain food benefits totaling $16 a month. Because of the determination of the small group and pushing through several bumps in the road, Otto has moved into a small house. The Beacons and the Evergreen Church Missions Team has provided him with bedroom furniture, table and chairs, dishes, pots and pans, and bed and bath linens. Another Evergreen Ministry Partner, Comfort Quilters, has provided Otto a quilt. 

Kathy’s small group and the Evergreen Church Missions Team has covered this journey in prayer and continues to follow what the Lord has told them to do, “Love your neighbor.” This faithfulness has impacted not only Otto, but now he is helping his friend Leon through the same process and obstacles.
Please pray for Otto’s transition as he readjusts to society after being solitary for so long. He also needs a housemate to make his living situation more financially stable. We are asking you to prayerfully consider purchasing a Kroger gift card in any amount to help stock Otto’s fridge and pantry. A collection basket is at the church Welcome Center desk for your convenience on Sunday morning. Also, pray that Otto is able to have his gas turned on so he can use his stove, stop taking cold showers, and have heat in the winter.