We welcome you in the name of Jesus Christ and are thankful that God has brought you to us. Here are some things we think you might like to know:

  1. You are safe here. Every single one of us has had, and continues to have, questions about God, His Bible, and life. You are safe here to ask the big questions. The people of Atlanta Presbyterian Fellowship invites every type and all kinds of people to the public worship of God in order to inquire about Him from what He has revealed in His Scriptures. You are safe here.
  2. You are not alone. We are imperfect people. We make mistakes. We ask you to join us in this journey through life. Everyone is welcome – skeptics, inquirers, seekers, members, people-teachers, people-learners, disciples, Christians, Muslims, sinners, and saints – absolutely no one is excluded. No matter who you are or what you are going through, you are not alone.
  3. You are considered our friend. The People at Atlanta Presbyterian Fellowship desire to get to know you as a friend, but we want to do it on your terms. You will not be asked to introduce yourself. You will not be asked to do anything. We will listen if you need us to listen. We will talk if you want us to talk. We hope to learn about you because you are considered our friend.

So… you have visited us here on the Internet and we now invite you to visit us in person. But, if you prefer to learn a little more before coming to our church, please feel free to contact us – no strings attached!

Just shoot us an email via our contact page and let us know who you would like to talk to; a pastor, an elder or just a regular male/female member of the church. We will be glad to give you a call, if you include your phone number and a convenient time for us to make contact. Otherwise, we can certainly communicate via emails.

We pray that we will have the pleasure to meet you face to face and to get to know you.

The Grace of God, the Peace of the Holy Spirit and the Truth of Christ be with you.