Our Communal Rhythm

Our Communal Rhythm: We Gather, We Scatter

Each Sunday morning at 9:45, we gather to worship God-Father, Son, and Spirit-as one body. During our worship gatherings, we sing, pray, give of our first fruits, share communion, attend to Scripture, and encourage each other.

When our worship gatherings conclude around 11:15, we scatter to worship God-Father, Son, and Spirit-as Christ’s ambassadors. During the week, we are all over the southern Atlanta metro area (Brooks, College Park, Douglasville, East Point, Fairburn, Fayetteville, Locust Grove, Newnan, Peachtree City, Riverdale, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Stockbridge, and Tyrone) serving God in our various vocations as teachers, pilots, stay-at-home parents, coaches, bank tellers, sales representatives, consultants, nurses, project managers, IT professionals, customer service representatives, lawyers, speech pathologists, pharmacists, principals, carpet cleaners, counselors, office workers, landscapers, mechanics, administrators, engineers, police officers, students, contractors, and more.