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Please note: There will be a brief congregational vote on the sale of our properties this Sunday immediately following the service. Members, please make every effort to attend so we may obtain a quorum.

Worship: Services at 10:30am and 7:00pm. Log in for this week’s bulletin.

Prayer: Visit the prayer tab on The City to view this week’s list. Our next corporate prayer meeting is Wednesday, August 6 at 7pm  in the Ed. Building.

Home Groups: Find a group in your area here or email Pastor Dave for more info at

Genema Gallery Art Show Opening: Friday, August 1st, featuring “Chasing the Wind” by artist Craig Hawkins (read more…)

Life Together Lake Day: next Saturday, August 2, 1-7pm (RSVP here)

Child Protection Class August 3: If you’re interested in serving with the children’s ministry this year and haven’t yet attended the required Child Protection Policy Class, join us Sunday, August 3 at 9:15am in the Ed. Building.

Braves Game August 16: Last year we rallied to hear our very own Carlie Howard sing the National Anthem for the Braves, and she’s at it again on August 16th at 7pm! Purchase tickets here.

July 27
Morning Worship, 10:30am
Youth Swim Party, 4:00pm
Evening Worship (communion), 7:00pm

August 1
Genema Gallery Art Opening, 7:00pm

August 2
Life Together Lake Day, 1:00pm

August 3
Child Protection Policy Class, 9:15am
Morning Worship (communion), 10:30am
Evening Worship, 7:00pm

Save the Date: 

August 10: Hal Clarke 100th Birthday Reception, 12:00pm
August 22: Annual Dinner

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It is our joy to reach out in the power and fellowship of God’s Spirit, with the love of God and the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, to our community, to Atlanta and then to the world.


It is our greatest desire to introduce people to the Lord Jesus Christ and then to the Christian faith and to the family of the church. We also want to equip men, women, and children to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and reflect his light in every area of their lives.


ChristChurch Presbyterian was planted in 1993. Families and singles are found in approximately equal numbers. An intriguing mix that includes artists, teachers, plumbers, homemakers, lawyers, painters, students, builders, accountants, musicians, business men and women and others make up our changing and growing congregation. It is exciting to discover how God is shaping us all and using us all as he continues to bring people with unique gifts, talents, and needs through our doors.

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