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Welcome to North Avenue Presbyterian Church

North Avenue is a diverse community that is home to members of all ages from more than 30 countries who are committed to loving and caring for one another as we grow in our faith. An urban church in the heart of Atlanta, North Avenue has been worshiping on the corner of North Avenue and Peachtree Street since 1898. Our mission is to love and honor God in WORSHIP, to experience the fullness of life in Christ as we GROW, and to share in the Holy Spirit’s transforming work in the world as we answer the call to GO.

Whoever you are.

Whatever your story.

Sunday, July 5, Online at 10 a.m.

In our best effort to love our neighbors, our family and our friends, we will be suspending all in-person gatherings of the church. Each Wednesday we will re-evaluate the current environment with regard to the spread of the COVID-19 virus and will make a decision about church activities for the following week.  

Although the Governor has permitted for Churches to meet again, North Avenue Presbyterian Church will continue to conduct our services online until at least June 30.

A Statement of our Commitment to Racial Justice and Healing

It's Time To Explore!

Scroll down this page and click on the links to explore the vibrant life of North Avenue.  If you have questions please feel free to get in touch.

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The Sphere!

Come To Me

To many in the community around us we are known as the “come unto me” Church.  On the side of our building is a mosaic representation of Jesus and His invitation. “Come unto me”  Other religious leaders and prophets came with a message saying “this is the way to God”.  Jesus came saying “I am the way, the truth, the life” He pointed to himself and said “come to me”.

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