April Outreach ProjectAprilOutreach

We have all seen the children of God suffering, and we have each heard the call of our savior Jesus whom scripture has dubbed the suffering servant (Isaiah 52:13-53-12).

During the month of April, the focus for Outreach Ministry will be to lend helping hands to those in our community affected by the F4 tornado that ripped through our town on March 26. We are collecting $50 gift cards for Kroger and Walmart. You may send the cards into the church office.

Newnan Tornado ReliefNewnanStorm

Through the recent storm, we are reminded of God's presence in the midst of being overwhelmed. God showed up in teams of hardworking city, state, and privately contracted workers removing debris from homes, returning power poles to a standing position, and working tirelessly to restore basic services. God showed up in families and neighbors and strangers sharing meals, generators, chain saws, and kind words all over town.

Newnan Presbyterian Church has created a Newnan Tornado Relief Fund. This fund is to help those in our neighborhood facing huge challenges without help from insurance. Please consider donating.

Continue to pray for those who have been affected by the devastating effects of the most recent storm. God will be present with us and support us through these times. Let us commit to being the hands and feet of God's kingdom for others.

How We Serve

Reaching out to our local community and beyond, we share God’s blessings and the message of God’s Grace.  Among the causes we support are:

Coweta Samaritan Clinic – Many members of our congregation were instrumental in the creation and ongoing work of the Coweta Samaritan Clinic. Our own Dr. Kay Crosby felt a calling and had the vision to create a medical home for uninsured and medically underserved adults in Coweta County. Our congregation supports the clinic in various ways.

Merida Mission Trip – Our congregation likes to pull a group together to send on a mission trip to Merida, Mexico. Many needs have been met through these groups such as medical and dental day clinics, vacation bible school, and actual hands on building projects such as church building.

New Leaf Community Garden The New Leaf Community Garden is located on the corner of Perry Street and Salbide Street just behind the Church Preschool.  The New Leaf Community Garden is an ecumenical, community garden with opportunities for fresh air, exercise, great veggies, and fellowship with other gardeners and community members. We support the garden regularly and physically through general work days along with maintaining our own rented plot.. In order to provide fresh vegetables to those in need, the "fruits of our labor" are given to local charitable community organizations such as Bridging the Gap and Coweta County Food Pantry. This project is part of the outreach ministry for the NPC's Presbyterian Women.

Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity – Newnan Presbyterian Church has been involved with Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity since the affiliate was founded in 1993.  Members of the Church were involved in the creation of the affiliate and various members have served on the Board of Directors.  The Church supports this mission through funding from the Outreach Ministry, Second Sunday Mission offerings, and donations from individuals.  In addition to working as on-site volunteers, several Church members are involved with the Neighbor to Neighbor program, serving as training facilitators or mentors for Habitat families.

One Roof Ecumenical Alliance Outreach and Coweta Community – Supported by various local churches from different denominations, as well as community organizations and businesses. We support this mission on a regular basis and physically with volunteers, as well as monthly can collections. Volunteers work for about two hours per day of service.

Stop Hunger Now – Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief agency that has been fulfilling its commitment to end hunger for more than 15 years. Stop Hunger Now created its meal packaging program in 2005. The program perfected an assembly process that combines rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and a flavoring mix including 21 essential vitamins and minerals into small meal packets. Each meal costs only 29 cents.

Supervised Ministry – Each year, we support a seminary student as a summer intern. The church offers local needs while the J. W. Johnson Endowment fund offers a scholarship. This is an opportunity for us to be a teaching congregation.

Bridging the Gap – Our congregation and youth volunteer in various ways to help Bridging the Gap.
Empowered by Extend, a church software solution from