BaptismOpen or Close
If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, then you are ready to be baptized. Baptism is your opportunity to show others that you have accepted Christ and are now walking with him. Because Jesus instructed us to be baptized, baptism is an act of obedience. While it is not necessary for salvation, it demonstrates submission to God.
Waumba LandOpen or Close
Waumba Land, our Sunday preschool environment, is for children ages six weeks through four years. Our goal is to teach our children that God made them, God loves them, and Jesus wants to be their friend forever.
UpStreetOpen or Close
UpStreet, our Sunday environment for elementary-aged kids, is where we want kids to see how God's Word fits into their lives, learn how to talk to him, and build friendships that will last.
KidStufOpen or Close
KidStuf is a monthly family experience for elementary-aged kids and their parents to learn about God's Big Ideas! Join the KidStuf Klubhouse as they discover how God wants us to live in a jam-packed, 40-minute interactive experience that will incite wonder, create conversations, and provide families with a way to apply the Big Idea at home all month long.
TransitOpen or Close
Transit, our middle school ministry, is a Sunday environment where students meet in adult-led small groups of the same grade and gender to experience a combination of music, games, and teaching as they pursue spiritual growth together.
InsideOutOpen or Close
InsideOut, our high school ministry, is an adult-led Sunday environment where students of the same grade and gender meet regularly and walk through their high school years together to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships.
The Living RoomOpen or Close
The Living Room is a great place to meet and find community with other college-aged adults from all over Atlanta. It's a place where college students share a meal, engage in worship, hear practical teaching, and have a little fun.
GroupsOpen or Close
We believe sustained life change happens in the context of community. We offer a variety of options to help adults find community.
In a Community Group or a Just Married Group, adults in the same stage of life and area of town meet regularly for a year or more to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships.
Short-Term Groups are like Community Groups, but meet weekly for a short term to explore one topic.
Dating/Relationships: Dating in the twenty-first century is complicated. This 6-week group for singles explores what the Bible says about establishing healthy dating relationships.
Finances: This 8-week group shows people how to develop a budget and deal with debt based on practical financial principles found in the Bible.
Marriage: In this 6-week group, people learn what the Bible says about loving their spouses in ways that help make marriages last a lifetime.
Spiritual Growth: In this 8-week group, people will discover spiritual practices to help them pursue deeper intimacy with God.
(7): Being male is easy. Being a man is daunting. This 7-week experience, led by John Woodall, explores what it means to carry out the mission of manhood.
Parenting for Moms: This 6-week experience, led by Karen Stubbs, will focus on thriving as a mom rather than just surviving.
Parenting: Guiding a child's spiritual development can be overwhelming. Life is busy and spiritual leadership isn't easy. This 8-week group environment provides practical advice for nurturing an eternal perspective to help your child grow into an adult that is equipped to weather life's storms.
Care MinistryOpen or Close
The Care Network is designed to help people proactively grow as individuals and as couples and also to provide assistance for those seasons in life when they need someone to lean on.
Two to One Premarital Mentoring: Preparation for marriage involves much more than detailing a beautiful wedding. Two to One is designed to help prepare engaged couples for strong, lasting marriages based on biblical principles.
Critical Response Team: The Critical Response Team is available to pray with individuals, visit those in the hospital or hospice care, as well as help with memorial services hosted at the church. Critical Response is a reactive ministry; therefore, volunteers are asked to be available and openhanded when Care needs arise.
MoneyWise: MoneyWise is designed to help you understand God's principles of money management, transform the way you use money, or help you move past your challenging financial situation.
Oasis: Separation and divorce are among life's most difficult and painful experiences. Oasis groups help individuals heal and bring new direction to their lives.
Re:new: This is a mentoring ministry that matches trained volunteer mentors with individuals who want to enrich their relationship with Christ or are experiencing difficulty in their lives. Re:new mentoring explores the connection between the quality of your life, what you believe about yourself, and the freedom you can experience in Christ.
Restore: Restore matches trained volunteer mentors with individuals to offer support, encouragement, and hope to people who are grieving.
Thrive: Thrive groups are designed to help couples understand God's plan for their marriages and discover new insights about their relationships with their spouses—because every marriage has room to grow.
Starting PointOpen or Close
Starting Point groups are safe places for people with questions about faith and for those who want to learn about the Bible and Christianity. Groups meet for about ten weeks and together explore the grand story of the Bible.
Guest ServicesOpen or Close
Guest Services volunteers create an incredible Guest Experience for every person who arrives at our church in the parking lot, hallways, and auditoriums.
global(×)Open or Close
global(×) trips are opportunities for people to pursue spiritual growth and healthy relationships through serving.
Singles GatheringsOpen or Close
Singles Gatherings are environments where single adults build authentic friendships and get connected. Gatherings consist of 30–40 people who meet together for five to six consecutive weeks. Two individuals and a team of volunteers lead each of our Singles Gatherings. The Singles Gatherings Director interviews, equips, and oversees these leaders.
Fostering TogetherOpen or Close
Fostering Together aims to see foster families receive extended family-style support in hopes of building lasting relationships with children in care. This type of support is brought to life in the form of Care Communities. A Care Community often consists of a foster family, a respite family, and supporting mentors, who are all approved with a Fostering Together partner organization. Our goal is to help great families from our congregation come alongside birth families and provide these Care Communities as the birth families work toward reunification.