Sunday Mornings at 10:30

We believe that humans were created to worship. Gathering together for worship is the center of our life as a church. It reminds us of who we are in Christ and re-centers us in the Story of God in a world of competing stories.

The worship service at ChristChurch Presbyterian is best described as new traditional. It is traditional in that the historic elements of the Protestant Reformation are included: a formal call to worship, confessing our faith using historic creeds, confession of sin and assurance of pardon, prayers, a sermon, weekly celebration of the Lord’s Supper, all concluding in the doxology.

The worship is new in that occurs in a new sanctuary of which the architectural style is modern, and the music consists of traditional hymns and psalms set to new tunes in addition to modern hymns and songs. Above all, our new traditional service is characterized by simplicity, dignity, and reverence.

In accordance with the current City of Atlanta executive order, masks are required for all in-person worshippers.

Information about children’s ministry can be found here.