Sunday Mornings, 9:30am

As a church, we follow the rhythms and seasons of the church calendar (Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, etc.), and our Sundays are shaped by the scriptures and prayers associated with these seasons, as outlined in the Book of Common Prayer. A typical service includes: singing, readings from the bible, a sermon, some quiet reflection, prayer, and communion. We also laugh. A lot. 


Location & Time

330 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA 30313


9:00 | Coffee & Donuts

9:30 | Worship


Newcomer Tips

  • Parking is across the street at 351 Marietta Street, and is free of charge. Look for the Atlanta Christian Church parking sign. The nearest train stops are: Civic Center, Peachtree Center, and Five Points Station. If you're riding your bike, feel free to bring it inside the building. Bird or Lime rider? Bring it! 
  • Stop by the green Newcomer Tent on the sidewalk out front and pick up a bulletin, a guest bag, a coffee mug, and whatever else we're giving away that morning.
  • Do you have children infant through elementary school? You can check them in at the Newcomer Tent as well, and a host team volunteer will personally take you to the kids area on the lower level of the building. Our children's team does a wonderful job with new kids, but if your children have first-timer nerves, they are more than welcome to stay with you during the service! 
  • What about middle and high school? They meet in the Loft space above the parking garage at 9:30am. 

For more details on our programming for children, go here. 

For more details on our programming for middle and high school students, go here. 

About Our Building

Every Sunday we gather in the Terminus 330 building, built in 1912 to house the Maddox Coffee Co. It was purchased several years ago by local realtor, Max Mandelis, and was renovated to house weddings, social gatherings, corporate events, pop-up shops, and on Sunday mornings, our church. It's a beautiful space. All the wood and brick are original to the building, and the floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto Marietta Street fill the space with light. And music sounds great in there!


A Permanent Home

We are currently on the search to buy a building of our own, and finally settle down in a permanent space. Our realtor? You guessed it: Max Mandelis. 


More on the Terminus here.