National Day of Prayer Newnan, GA May 6,
2021 at Noon
We had a great time at our National Day of
Prayer observance in Newnan, GA on May 6, 2021
at Greenville Street Park. We posted the Colors
and pledged allegiance, worshipped and then
prayed. This was attended by around 100 folks
from the community.
Here are some pictures that give a birds eye
view of those attending. Sorry about my finger
in some of them!
Pastor Pete Mullins, Coweta Community Church,
Moderator, opened the meeting, then prayed for victims of The Newnan
Color Guard, Gary Long & David Jessel, VFW Post #2667
Mayor Pro Tem Rhodes Shell read a NDOP
proclamation on behalf of Newnan Mayor Keith
Brady. County Commissioner Al Smith read a
proclamation from the Coweta County
Pastor Joel Dover, Calvary Chapel, Newnan,
prayed for Newnan Mayor, City Council, City
Manager, City Police & Fire Department.
Pastor Robert Chapman, Greater Mt. Calvary
Baptist Church, prayed for County Commissioners
and county Sheriff & Fire Department.
Paul Schneider Jr., Pray Coweta, prayed for
County School Board and Teachers.
Pastor Emeritus Frank Powers prayed for our
Pastor Kenneth Bailey, White Oak Grove Baptist
Church, prayed for our Judicial.
Pastor Sharon Mullens, Coweta Community Church,
prayed for our military.
Pastor Tim Riordan, Sonrise Baptist Church, prayed for
Pastor Rhodes Skinner, Real Life Discipleship
Church, prayed for Businesses.
Pastor Debra Harris, Kingdom Connected
Ministries, International, prayed for the
Pastor Emeritus Dan McFarland prayed for
Lee Chitwood (left), 1st Baptist Newnan worship
leader; Robert and Katie Lowrie, lead NDOP
worship. Worship leaders at Christ the King
Robert and Katie leading worship. Opened with
"How Great Thou Art", closed with "God Bless
America". (sorry for low resolution)
Pastor Pete Mullins (left) from Coweta Community
Church was moderator, and opened and closed our
local NDOP observance.
Joel Dover, Robert Chapman, Frank Powers, Rhodes
Skinner, all waiting to pray.
Other individuals at the NDOP, Newnan, GA.
Kim Walker, intercessor in Coweta County.
Ed and Debbie Brown, Pray Coweta intercessors.