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Our prayer is that you will be blessed and strengthened by the power of God and that you will find hope, love and encouragement through these pages.  Collins Memorial is not just a church.  It is a community of believers joining together to declare the glory of God by serving our community through worship and service.  We know life is hard and that we need each other to help and encourage us along the way.  So, we study the Word of God, work side by side to practice what we have learned and in the process grow in fellowship with one another.  And, we have found when we do we live richer, fuller more joyful lives.    May the Lord bless you as richly as He has blessed us!
 
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I am glad you have found our website.  We are warm traditional church with strong family values.  We are a diverse congregation representing the many faces of our community, young and old, black white, and wealthy and those just getting by.  We are united, though, in our deserve to worship and serve God.

 
We invite you to get to know us better through these pages.  Please feel free to come and visit with us anytime for our 11AM for Worship Service and 9:45 for Sunday School.  Dress comfortably.  All are welcomed.
 
If I can be of any assistance to you please feel free to contact me at (404) 316-4146 or by email at theresa.coleman@ngumc.net.
 
In His Service,
 
Rev. Theresa Coleman
 
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 Sundays:  9:45 Sunday School (all ages)  11:00 AM  Worship
 
Traditional worship isn’t old, outdated, or dead.  At Collins Memorial United Methodist Church traditional worship brings new life for the church and the individual.  We celebrate Christ and His work in today’s world every Sunday,  using hymns, choral anthems, liturgy, community prayers and relevant preaching as we come together to lift our voices to honor God.  We utilize the discipline and history of faith to draw us deeper into a relationship with the LIVING present God who is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.  
 
 
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Prayer is an important element of our traditional worship.  We would be honored to pray for you.  If you have a prayer requests, please submit it on the following form and know we will be praying for you.  
 
 

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Children and Youth  Ministry
2 He called a little child and had him stand among them. 3 And he said: “I tell you the truth,
unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
4 Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.
5 “And whoever welcomes a little child like this in my name welcomes me.
Matthew 18:2-5 (NIV)
 
 
 
 
 
Transportation for children is available in some areas. 
Please contact the church office to arrange for pick up.  404-794-5842
 
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Collins Memorial Food Pantry
 
“Feeding the Body and Souls of Northwest Atlanta”
Founded in 2009 by a few faithful souls, our first food distribution was to 14 families representing approximately 100 people.
 
In 2018, Collins Memorial distributed 1.8 million meals.  
 
Who is eligible to receive assistance?    Anyone who lives in the 30318 zip code can receive food.  Or anyone over the age of 65 no matter where they live can receive assistance. 
 
What must you bring with you?  Photo ID and proof of residence. 
 
What will I receive?  Food items vary each distribution. 
 
 
 
Wednesday Distribution
Dates  for  2019
 
2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month
 
 
Wednesday SCHEDULE will resume in
 
8:00 AM Distribution of Numbers
8:30 AM Worship on the Lawn
9:00 AM  – 1:00 PM  Food Distribution
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
You can help support the Food Pantry by making a donation online today!
 

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Food Distribution will be limited to 500 persons maximum per week.  Numbers will be given to those with proper ID beginning at 8:00 AM.  Your number will show an assigned time for you to return for food.  Please do not enter the parking lot or Church grounds prior to 6 AM. 
 
Collins Food Pantry is run entirely by Christian volunteers.
 
Collins Memorial UMC is a Drug, Alcohol, Tobacco and Weapons Free environment.  If you are found using or under the influence, you will be asked to leave the Church grounds immediately. 
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Some movies entertain us. Some make us laugh. Others inform us.  The best ones inspire us.  They have a way of communicating unlike any other art form.  They often tell powerful stories of human experience that draw us to the edge of our seats.  We can become so enmeshed in the story lines that we begin to see ourselves and our lives played out on the big screen. 

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It’s a new year, and with the new year typically come “new year’s resolutions.”  When I was a teenager, I would put a lot of thought and energy into creating a sacred list of things that I wanted to change in my life. 

 

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Advent Reflections: Love and Christ

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This cross is on the back wall of our choir loft.  It was lovingly hand crafted by Mr. Leo Carlton, a longtime member of the church.  I can’t even imagine …

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For those of you who don’t know, I love to sing.  When I sing, there is a part of me that unlocks and my heart is flooded – with Joy.  But what is Joy? I believe that Joy is an inward delight which is not bound by circumstance. 

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Peace is defined as: “freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquility.” But, let’s face it: our world is far from peaceful:  wars, violence, financial stress, and societal pressure.  How do we even begin to find ‘peace?’  When I ask myself this question, one word reverberates in my spirit: Jesus.  Jesus is the Prince of Peace.  In John, Jesus (after the …

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Advent Reflections: Hope

by: Courtney A. Hulsey

I had the joy of lighting the first Advent Candle. This candle represents Hope.  Here is a selection from the reading:
 

“When our hope is in Christ, we can rest in knowing, weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. When our hope is in Christ, we can walk through the valley of the shadow of death fearing no evil for God is with us. When …


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It is only one week until the presidential election.  You would have to be living under a rock to not know that.  The political ads and candidate bashing is at an all-time high.  Facebook posts and Tweets spew with indignant self-righteousness as individuals choose sides dividing family and friends over which candidate to support.  Families are, literally, fighting over it.  People are “def …


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Last week as Haiti was being pounded, the people along the coast all of suddenly realized they needed to get ready for the approaching storm.  Every year beginning in April  the media, utility  companies and government agencies repeat the message along the coast, in advance, urging people to be prepared for hurricane season.  Apparently, many had not heeded the advanced warnings.  Candles, fl …


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Nothing Hidden

by Courtney A. Hulsey

 

I have a nice commute to work during the week, so I have been listening to various podcasts and audio books.  One audio book, in particular, is entitled “So Long Insecurity” by Beth Moore.  In this book, she talks about how damaging it can be to be ruled by our insecurities, and she addresses the beginning of the journey to overcoming them.  When referri …


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A Work In Progress

by: Courtney A. Hulsey

“He’s still working on me, to make me what I ought to be…” Do you remember this childhood song? I sure do, but there’s something I didn’t know.  Hidden away a couple of stanzas down from the opening line is this: “There really ought to be a sign upon my heart: Don’t judge me yet, there’s an unfinished part. But I’ll be better just according to His plan, fashioned by t …

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CONTACT US

 
Office Hours: Monday and Thursday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and by appointment.
 
 
Church Location & Address:  2220 Bolton Road NW
Atlanta, GA  30318
Telephone: 404-794-5842

Email: collinsumc@hotmail.com

 
 
If the case of death or emergency please contact our Senior Pastor.
 
  • Rev. Theresa Coleman 404-316-4146
  • Theresa.coleman@ngumc.net

 

 
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