We meet on Sundays at 10:00am at 1095 State Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30318. Our building is located in the Home Park Neighborhood of Midtown, Atlanta. Below are a few helpful tips for your first visit to our church!
We offer first-time guest parking in our lot along the building. You can access the lot from Hunerkopf Street. Our parking is reserved for those with children and for all our first-time guests. Following your first Sunday with us, if you do not have children, please park on Atlantic, Hunerkopf, or State Street. We offer elderly and handicap parking along the front on State Street as well.
There's a spot just for newcomers right on the front porch. You can stop by there to pick up a newcomer bag, get information about what's happening that morning, and even make a name tag if you'd like. (You'll see a lot of name tags on people, so meeting others is easy.)
We have coffee, hot tea, hot chocolate, and doughnuts ready by 9:15am every Sunday. Come early and enjoy a cup, a doughnut, and hang around with new and old friends before the service. Coffee and doughnuts are set up in the upstairs lobby just inside the red front doors. We use mugs, and there's a mug bucket in the lobby for when you're done with yours.
Every Sunday morning we offer fun and interactive kids programming from nursery through elementary school during the 10:00am service time. Classes include play, age-appropriate learning, and snacks! The check-in area is on the lower level just off the parking lot. When you enter through the parking lot doors, make your first left down the hall and it's located to your right. We use SparkHouse curriculum, which follows the Church Calendar and lessons are based on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for each Sunday of the season. Questions? Email Lindsey Self here.
Our middle school group meets during the 10:00am service on the lower level in a youth room in the kids hall. (In the fall they'll be moving to their new space on the upper level!) Sunday morning sessions include games, snacks, Bible study and discussion. Questions? Email Lindsey Self.
Sunday service is at 10:00am and includes music, scripture readings, a sermon, weekly communion, and prayer. Our gatherings are structured around the Church Calendar (Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, etc.), and our preaching is informed by the Revised Common Lectionary. We design our services to be uplifting, and our sermons are written to be an encouraging message in a world of distress, uncertainty, and anxiety. We also laugh a lot. Our hope for you is that you leave our services reminded of God's grace and mercy over your life.