These services are peaceful and prayerful and do not include music. Masks are required for all attendees.
These services are joyful and vibrant and include music from our organ and choir. Masks are required for all attendees.
This service is meant for children and families and takes place outside (rain location: Ellis Hall). Masks are required for all attendees.
Note: The bulletin is for the 11:15 a.m. service; we typically update it on Fridays.
The Faith in the City series invites leaders and thinkers from our city and national life to help the church be people who answer the call to love, serve, and transform the world. Please join Clint Deveaux, retired Atlanta municipal court judge, and parishioner Jud Graves, retired trial lawyer at Alston & Bird as they explore the complexities of racial justice in Atlanta and how the pursuit of justice for individual citizens is a path for peace for the whole city.
Walking the twisting path of the labyrinth is a meditative ritual. It can be envisioned as a metaphor reflecting the passage through one’s own life with its recurring corners, which must be encountered one step at a time. Opening and closing with prayer, feel free to drop in any time allowing 15 minutes to walk. Trained facilitators and guides on hand. No pre-registration needed.
Sunday School for kids in grades K-5 will take a break this Sunday, October 24. We'll be back next Sunday, October 31!
Contact Kathy Roberts, Director of Children's Ministries, at .
Young people in grades 6 through 12 gather weekly in The Attic for donuts and coffee followed by group games, prayer, music, and a brief presentation before diving into small groups by grade level for deeper discussion around relevant topics relating to faith and life as followers of Jesus.
Contact the Rev. Zack Nyein at .
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