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Atlanta Reformed Presbyterian Church is a gathering of believers in Christ from all over the Greater Atlanta area. We unite to proclaim and serve our King and Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.

The aim of everything we are and do is “to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.”  We are eager for his return, but do not wait until then to recognize Jesus Christ as King and Lord of all.

Our beliefs all stem from a full commitment to the authority of the Bible as the inerrant, infallible Word of God. This means that we believe in the Triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We acknowledge our inability to save ourselves and, in faith, depend on Christ alone as our Savior. We acknowledge Him as Lord in every area of life, and we vow together to advance His Kingdom on earth. Learn more…

You are Invited to Visit Us…

We would be honored to have you join one of our services!

Worship Time:

Here’s the timetable for Atlanta Reformed Presbyterian Church:

Worship Service: 3:30 pm

Sunday School: 2:30 pm [Note: Sunday School is suspended for the summertime. No classes will be held from the last Sunday of May (Memorial Day weekend) to the first Sunday of September (Labor Day weekend).]



574 Western Avenue NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30314
(corner of Western Avenue and Walnut Street)

Please see our map for more details. If you have questions about the Christian faith in general or questions about our church in particular, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you so much for taking time to visit us here on the web!

The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA) dates to May 1798, when the Reformed Presbytery of America was constituted in Philadelphia, PA, to serve the congregations of “Covenanter” immigrants coming from Scotland and Ireland, and settling in various parts of North America in those days. As this body grew, it was divided into three presbyteries under the authority of the Reformed Presbyterian Synod, constituted in Philadelphia on May 24, 1809. The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America is comprised of about a hundred churches in six presbyteries in the USA, and another presbytery in Japan.