Christ the Redeemer Celebrates 20 Years of God’s Faithfulness

Cake from the Dinner on the grounds
Fr. Justin Allen, Bishop David Epps, and Fr. Stephen Hunter

On Sunday, June 9th, Christ the Redeemer Church in
Woodstock GA celebrated the 20th anniversary of its founding with a
Eucharistic service and old-fashioned dinner on the grounds. Former congregants
and friends of the church family were invited to the service, and Bishop David
Epps joined the congregation for the day. 
The congregation wore matching shirts commemorating the event and
provided special favor bags to those attending. 
Church members had created six large scrapbooks, documenting the 20
years of the church’s history which were shared during the lunch.  Bishop Epps said, “It is an honor to be here
with you today.”  During the sermon, he
spoke of God’s faithfulness to the congregation over the years.  The congregation has met in ten different
locations during its existence before purchasing their current home, a small
house on 4 ½ acres in Cherokee County.  

Church members in their matching shirts during worship

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