Threshold Church to celebrate Mother’s day, Red Nose Day


Mother’s Day and Red Nose Day are among many “firsts” for Threshold Church, a new church start located in Newnan. Both will be celebrated on Sunday, May 10, in theater #9 at the Regal Georgian Cinemas in Ashley Park Shopping Center.  Worship begins at 10 a.m. led by Threshold’s founding pastor, Quincy Brown.  

To honor mothers and, as a ‘thank you’ for all their hard work, Threshold will give gift cards to the first 25 mothers attending.

Red Nose Day, ( a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty, was conceived in the United Kingdom in 1985 as a day filled with humor in order to raise awareness of the sore plight of children worldwide.

Donors wear red noses, and the monies raised on Red Nose Day support agencies and organizations that provide assistance to children living in poverty in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the United States.

Brown said he decided to link Mother’s Day and Red Nose Day after reflecting that worldwide, mothers often find themselves making hard choices that may impact their children’s lives for generations to come. He said he knows being a mother is tough. “I’d like mothers to walk away  from the service with a renewed sense of value and purpose, and by linking Mother’s Day with Red Nose Day we can help other mothers make the future a little brighter for their children.

Planted by the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church in 2014, Threshold Church is taking root in the Newnan area and attracting people of diverse backgrounds.

Threshold hopes to  create connection points through community outreach and service.  

“We will use Mother’s Day as a launching point to raise awareness for Red Nose Day, which is celebrated on May 21,”  Brown said.

Starting in July, services will be held twice a month. Weekly services begin Sunday, Sept. 13.

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