Plan your first visit with us.

Walking into a church for the first time can be a strange thing. You don't know what entrance to use, how the parking works, where your kids go, or whether or not the coffee is any good (it is not, by the way...no matter what any church tells you). So, to help you out, we've designed this page just for you!


Check out all the basics for your first visit below. 


Fill out the form at the bottom and let us know you're coming. 


Here's what you can expect...

Location & Parking

1095 State Street, Atlanta, GA 30318


We have three options for parking: 

  1. Park in our main lot, entrance is off Hunerkopf Street
  2. Park along the street (State Street)
  3. We have satellite parking at the Relapse Theater on the corner of State Street and 14th Street at 380 14th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 (look for the signs)

If you're riding the train, you may exit at Arts Center Station from the Red/Gold Line, go South on W. Peachtree, then Right on 14th Street. You may also exit at Midtown Station and take the #14 Bus, which takes you down 14th Street. Exit the bus at or near Atlantic Drive or State Street.

The Green Tent

Stop by The Green Tent out front and pick up a guest bag, a coffee mug for the morning, and whatever else we're giving away that morning. Someone will be there to help with you any questions and to help you find your way around!

Kids Check-In

All of our kids classes are located on the lower level of the building, just follow the signs to the Check-In area. Once you arrive, a volunteer will help get your child set up and ready to go with a name tag. You will receive a parent pick-up sticker to use when getting your child after the service. 


Our kids environments are divided up by age - infant through elementary - and are led by trained volunteers who have gone through background checks. 

Music

Music is a way to celebrate life, and to sing of God's grace and mercy in the world. Music is also a vehicle for reflection and prayer, and is even a way to mourn the pain in and injury that is normal to life. Every Sunday we sing. We sing old songs and new songs. We sing songs of joy, and we sing the blues, too. Our hope with every music set is that you would be encouraged and lifted up in your souls. 


LINK: Here's some low-grade audio of a song in one of our services

Teaching

Our teaching follows the seasons of the church year (Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, etc.), and is structured around the Bible readings listed in The Book of Common Prayer. We work hard to make sure that our Sunday teachings are engaging, helpful, and encouraging. We also laugh a lot.

Communion

As part of our weekly service, we carve out time to receive what’s called the Communion, also known as the Eucharist, Mass, and Lord's Supper. The earliest Christian communities gathered for a weekly meal as a way to reenact and remember their time with Jesus (lots of meal stories in the Gospels!), and to remind one another of the grace and mercy of God over their lives. The church continues in this tradition of being served the bread and the juice as a reminder of the grace and mercy of God displayed in the life and death of Jesus. 


Our table is open to all, and everyone is invited to receive.

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