Christmas Eve Services

Join us in celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus! We will have Christmas Eve services at 4pm and 5:30pm. Childcare will be available up to age 5.


Welcome to City Church-Eastside! We seek to be a welcoming and sustainable community in Atlanta's historic Eastside neighborhoods. Worship on Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 10:45 is a primary place to connect with God and others at City Church! We are meeting at the Hilan Theater at 798 N. Highland Ave. NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30306. We have our City Kids program available during the first service for all ages up to middle school and during the second service up to age 5.

Parking on North Highland Ave. is free on Sundays, so you can park wherever a spot is available! During the week, N. Highland Ave. is paid parking but many of the side streets are free.

our vision

City Church-Eastside was begun in 2008 with a dream of loving the great city of Atlanta, pursuing the good news of Jesus Christ for all of her people.  Our vision was to create a family on mission that would join God in the renewal of our city.  In the good news of Jesus Christ, we understand that we have been called sons and daughters by God the Father, making us brothers and sisters to one another.  The Father has sent us out together on mission to proclaim the freedom we were designed for as human beings made in the image of a loving, just God.

And what do we mean by freedom?  Freedom is both liberation from and to certain things.  It is freedom from enslavement to sin.  When enslaved, we trust in a distorted narrative that says that the good things of the world (sex, comfort, money, reputation, achievement, etc.) are enough to bring us a sense of significance, worth and value, only to find ourselves mired in anxiety, exhaustion, broken relationship and a general sense of dis-ease that robs us of inner peace.  In Christ, who calls us the Beloved, we have all the reputation, status and value we could ever imagine or need, thereby freeing us to steward God’s creation (like sex, power, money, reputation and achievement!) that bring life to others.  

And that means we are now free to serve others and our city.  We are free to live generous lives in service to Christ, that our city and its citizens might experience the grace and glory of God.  We are free to create communities that are genuinely attractive because of the grace and mercy of God that permeates them.  And we are free to welcome others to join us as family on mission serving God in the renewal of all things.

To learn more about our denomination, please visit the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) website here.