Noonday Baptist Association
Monday, September 22, 2014
Marietta, Georgia
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1348 Canton Road NE
Marietta, Georgia 30066
Phone: 770-422-3347
Fax: 770-499-0299

Meet Your New Front Door:  Using Google and Social Media to Grow Your Church, September 23, 2014, at Noonday Baptist Association.  Scott Smith of the Georgia Baptist Convention will help you understand how your church can use the internet effectively to communicate with new and existing members.  This is a Lunch and Learn session.

Atlanta Catalyst, October 2-3, 2014.  Tickets are available at a reduced price of $90 for church plants and $160 for established churches.  Please call if you want tickets, and when we receive your payment, they will be reserved for you.  For more information, call or email Sheryl Dean.

Church Facilities Expo, October 7, 2014, at First Baptist Jonesboro, with Tim Cool, author of Why Church Buildings Matter, and many informative breakout sessions.  Earlybird registrations end September 15, so register now!

Preparing Your Church to Simply Share Jesus, October 14, 2014, Lunch and Learn at Noonday Baptist Association.  My Hope America combines the impact of video programs with the power of personal relationships. Christians can share the Gospel message with friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors using one of several evangelistic video programs featuring life-changing testimonies and powerful messages from Billy Graham.

 Iron Sharpens Iron, October 22-23, 2014, at First Baptist Woodstock.  Allan Taylor of Ember to Blaze Ministries will lead this roundtable discussion for ministers of education. 

Georgia Baptist Convention Annual Meeting, November 10-11, 2014, at Ingleside Baptist Church in Macon, Georgia. More information

Terrorist Preparedness for Churches and Individuals: Church Security Roundtable with Rod Pires, November 12, 2014, at Noonday Baptist Association. Due to recent acts of terrorism inside and outside the United States, many individuals and churches are uncertain about what might happen next, increasing the level of stress.  Learn how you and your church can reduce this stress by learning ways to prepare for, respond to, and recover from an act of terrorism.