Time, Location and Order of Worship

Join us for weekly worship every Sunday at 2197 Peeler Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338.  This is our wonderful temporary home we are renting while we grow.

What to Expect:

We are a church plant, started in 2017 with about a dozen adults with a vision for a flourishing church in Dunwoody. We have now grown to about 45 adults and 25 children, and we all live in the Dunwoody area. So right now, we’re not so big that you feel lost, but we’re big enough that it doesn’t feel awkward. Join us as we grow.

Sunday School is at 10:00am, meets downstairs, and lasts 45 minutes.  Worship service is at 11:00am, meets upstairs, and lasts about an hour.  Coffee and doughnuts are provided. You might want to come a few minutes early to grab a snack and meet some people.

Dress is generally business casual, but dress as you feel comfortable. You will see an eclectic mix of jeans, dresses, sport coats, and t-shirts.

Nursery is provided for the entire service for children ages four months to four years.  Children's church provided after the first part of the service for ages four through fifth grade.  (Children and infants are always welcome to remain in the service.)

Our service is a celebration that blends ancient tradition with modern elements. We usually sing two rich, traditional hymns and two meaningful, more recent praise songs during our service. Teaching is exegetical (our pastors preach from scripture rather from topics), and it is both Biblically sound and specifically applicable. The aim is to be engaged in both word and worship.

Order of Worship as printed in the bulletin

Sunday, March 17, 2019

March 10, 2019

March 3, 2019

February 17, 2019

February 10, 2019

February 3, 2019

January 27, 2019

January 20, 2019

January 13, 2019

January 6, 2019

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Thursday Evenings, 7pm, Empty Nester Bible Study

Wednesday Mornings, 9:30am, Women’s Bible Study

Friday Mornings, 6:30am, Men’s Bible Study

3/6 Ash Wednesday Service, 12:00pm

4/14 Children’s Music at 11:00am service

4/19 Seder Meals in Neighborhood Communities