See below some of the community events, fundraisers, and other causes our congregation is a part of and supporting!
Reformation Exhibit at Pitts Theology Library (Candler School of Theology, Emory University)
An exhibition curated by Dr. Armin Siedlecki and Dr. Ulrich Bubenheimer with Dr. Eric Moore (August 19—November 30, 2019). Free of charge.
This exhibition and its objects will be featured in the 2019 Reformation Day at Emory hosted by Pitts Theology Library, which will be held on Tuesday, October 29th, 2019. This year’s program explores the theme “The Story of Our Books: Producing, Collecting, and Owning Books of the 16th Century.” To learn more and to register, please visit: http://pitts.emory.edu/about/news-events/reformation-day.cfm.
Ethne Health came to speak to one of our Neighborhood Community Groups recently about their mission to bring quality healthcare and God’s love to the Clarkston community. It’s been really exciting to hear that they are expanding but they need help with moving. Sign up here to help!
Wendell Kimbrough concert
Common Good Conference
Wendell Kimbrough is a songwriter reimagining the Psalms for emotionally honest modern worship. His songs are marked by strong singable melodies, steeped in the sounds of folk, gospel, and soul music. Wendell serves as artist-in-residence and worship leader at Church of the Apostles in Fairhope, Alabama.
Intown Community Church, October 4th, 7-8:30pm, tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for 18 and under. Buy them here.
The Common Good Conference (October 5th) is a one-day, multi-site gathering to explore how your church can equip you for ministry in the workplace and trigger community growth — becoming ‘a church for Monday.’ The Atlanta host is Ponce Church. Find more info here.