175 E. Lanier Avenue Fayetteville, GA 30214 | 770-461-4313

Living the Way

Posted on: August 26th, 2021

Contact the office for more information at 770-461-4313.

See and Seek: Living the examined life

More fully experience God and see your day-to-day life through the lens of faith within a small group connection. Enjoy real, honest, and deep conversations about where and how God is active in our world and in our lives. Small groups are made of 4-12 people who currently meet at various times and in several locations throughout the week. Contact Rev. Allyson Lawrence for current options.

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Messy Church

Reach out to our community with Messy Church, a new ministry expressing church but in a different way!

Saturdays 11 AM to 1 PM

January 13, 2024; February 10, 2024: March 9, 2024; April 13, 2024

Growing in Nurture

Small groups meet for study, prayers and ministry throughout the week. Check out some of these opportunities!

Click here for Growing in Nurture guide.


GriefShare is a program where caring individuals walk with others through the journey of grief. Facilitated by Carol and Bill Webb, a new 13-week session is planned for February 2024. All are welcome. For more information on the program or to sign up, contact the Webbs at 404-234-1056 or visit GriefShare.org.

Table Talk: Men meeting together

A group of men meet each Thursday morning to study scripture and pray together. Call the church office for more information.

Men’s Bible Study

A Men’s Bible study, hosted by Chuck Grayson and Randy Riddell, meets Wednesday evenings. Come and join the group where men gather to read the Bible aloud and discuss at the end of each chapter—sometimes earlier! There’s no study book or homework, just honest questions and sharing of information from various commentaries and study Bible footnotes, etc. This group meets at 6:00 PM on Wednesdays in C240-250.

Children’s Growth Groups

Check out this section for our young and elementary age learners.

Youth Growth Groups

Middle and high school students have their own program options. See what’s up!