During the pandemic, please join us online for services, Bible studies and other Christian education. See this week’s newsletter or the homepage for details. Post-pandemic, we look forward to welcoming you in person.
Every Sunday, 75-100 people of all ages and backgrounds gather for worship led by The Rev. John Hamilton in a casual and friendly setting on the outskirts of Dahlonega.
If you are looking for a welcoming and inclusive church home — or simply spending the weekend in the North Georgia mountains — we hope you’ll worship with us on Sunday morning. You’ll find Visitor parking spaces close to the door, ushers waiting inside to greet you and answer questions, and a nursery and children’s class downstairs for those 10 and under.
The service begins at 10:00 and concludes around 11:20. We serve Holy Eucharist, also known as Communion, every Sunday and all are invited to receive either the sacraments or a blessing.
After the service, we invite you to sign our guest book and accept a loaf of homemade bread as a gift of hospitality. And please join us for coffee and refreshments downstairs in the Parish Hall.
Most Sundays we offer an Adult Sunday School class at 9:00 a.m. in the Parish Hall. Check the Weekly E-News for the schedule and topics. We also offer a spiritual education program for children on alternate Monday evenings that includes a family dinner.
To learn more about our parish, its members, programs and opportunities for spiritual growth and development, please read the Tidings newsletter and our Weekly E-News Blast (which we encourage you to sign up to receive). You can also follow us on Facebook, where we live stream the services most Sundays.