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Employment History

President
National Association of Stewardship Leaders

Pastor
North Springs United Methodist Church

Senior Pastor
Jonesboro First United Methodist Church

Pastor
Dallas First

Founding Pastor
Simpsonwood United Methodist Church

Pastor
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Pastors

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Dr. George Freeman, Pastor

The son of a United Methodist minister and native of Sandersville, Georgia, George grew up in the Emory section of Atlanta. Appointed to Jonesboro First United Methodist Church in June, 2009, he entered the ordained Ministry following service in the United Stated Air Force, Viet Nam, and several years in the business world. He served as a District Lay Leader and United Methodist Men's Officer while he and his wife Peggy-Ann were living in Stone Mountain. The founding pastor of Simpsonwood United Methodist Church in Peachtree Corners, Rev. Freeman has also been a pastor at Dallas First, East Cobb, Marietta, Trinity in Rome, Briarcliff, Thomson First, and North Springs prior to coming to Jonesboro First United Methodist Church.
Dr. Freeman's formal education came from Briarcliff High School, DeKalb County, Georgia Southern College, Emory University's Candler School of Theology and United Theological Seminary. He has served in numerous leadership positions on the local, district, conference, jurisdictional and general church levels. He was President of the National Association of Stewardship Leaders and served on the Southeastern Jurisdictional Council and the General Board of Discipleship. Currently, he chairs the Administrative Review Committee of the North Georgia Conference and is a mentor for ministerial candidates seeking ordination in the United Methodist Church.
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His father, Dr. G. Ross Freeman, resides in Stockbridge.


Church Staff

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Dr. George Freeman, Pastor

The son of a United Methodist minister and native of Sandersville, Georgia, George grew up in the Emory section of Atlanta. Appointed to North Springs United Methodist Church in June, 2005, he entered the ordained Ministry following service in the United Stated Air Force, Viet Nam, and several years in the business world. He served as a District Lay Leader and United Methodist Men's Officer while he and his wife Peggy-Ann were living in Stone Mountain. The founding pastor of Simpsonwood United Methodist Church in Peachtree Corners, Rev. Freeman has also been a pastor at Dallas First, East Cobb, Marietta, Trinity in Rome, Briarcliff and Thomson First prior to coming to North Springs United Methodist Church.
Dr. Freeman's formal education came from Briarcliff High School, DeKalb County, Georgia Southern College, Emory University's Candler School of Theology and United Theological Seminary. He has served in numerous leadership positions on the local, district, conference, jurisdictional and general church levels. He was President of the National Association of Stewardship Leaders and served on the Southeastern Jurisdictional Council and the General Board of Discipleship. Currently, he chairs the Administrative Review Committee of the North Georgia Conference and is a mentor for ministerial candidates seeking ordination in the United Methodist Church.
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His parents, Dr. & Mrs. G. Ross Freeman, reside in Conyers.


Dr. George Freeman ...

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Dr. George Freeman


Our Staff

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Dr. George Freeman, Senior Pastor


History

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In 1955, Fr. George Freeman was named pastor and in September of 1956, plans were made for a new church. "We shall endeavor to build a new church with consideration for the future. On Sunday, June 23, 1957, the ground was broken for the new $250,000 church. Very Rev. Msgr. Alfred Hagemaier, Dean of Southern Erie County, officiated with the assistance of Fr. Freeman, his assistant, Father Gene Kaczmarek and local priests.

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Rev. Theodore Rog was appointed to our parish as an assistant for Fr. Freeman.
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In 1969, Fr. Freeman celebrated his 40th Anniversary in the priesthood.
After the passing of Fr. George Freeman in March, 1975, Rev. Paul J. Whitney was named pastor.

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