Starting this weekend, join us on Sunday evenings at 5:45 p.m. for a special focus on “Simple Gifts- Faith in the Arts” We will have guests share performances and instillation in Music, Drama and Art. To see specific dates and information on these events, see below.

Starting this weekend, join us on Sunday evenings at 5:45 p.m. for a special focus on “Simple Gifts- Faith in the Arts” We will have guests share performances and instillation in Music, Drama and Art. To see specific dates and information on these events, see below.

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- Weekend with Ken Medema -

The weekend of March 23-24 is one that you will not want to miss! Ken Medema inspires people through storytelling and music and though blind from birth, he sees and hears with heart and mind. Ken custom designs every musical moment of his performance with brilliant improvisation and his ability to capture spirit in word and song is unparalleled. You are invited to join him Saturday, March 23, for Songs and Stories from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. and Sunday, March 24, as he will be the special guest in worship at 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. He will have a concert in place of 5:45 p.m. evening worship service. All ages are invited to participate.

-Composer Conversations -with Michael Kurth & Jesse Briete

Out of a friendship formed at NAPC, composer, Michael Kurth, and poet, Jesse Breite, have spent the last number of years creating music and text that reflect themes you might expect to come from pulpit rather than the choir loft. Come hear a conversation with the artists about their creative process, deep faith, and what it is like to present these to the public. Those in attendance will be treated to hearing the soon-to-be-released recording of “Miserere” performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus featuring Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor. This unique listening time and Q&A will be on Sunday, March 31 at 5:45 p.m. in place of the evening worship service.

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-Tom Key | C. S. Lewis on Stage -

Join us Sunday, April 7 to see Tom Key portray “C.S. Lewis on Stage” a captivating one-man Show. This Autobiographical, poetic, witty, and dramatic, eight works of C.S. Lewis form Key’s performance that he has honed over two decades. “C.S. Lewis On Stage” puts the audience in the presence of the author himself, as though they are in attendance at one of his popular public appearances.” This incredible performance will take place at 5:45 p.m. in place of the evening worship service.

- Lenten art pieces -

Come see Lent themed art created by members for the North Avenue community that will be on display in the on the Reception Landing Sunday, April 14-Sunday, April 21.

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The Atlanta Friends for Presbyterian Heritage - Interested in China? You are invited, March 31, from 3-4:30 p.m. in the BMC to join the gathering of Atlanta Friends for Presbyterian Heritage. You will hear panelist Mary Brown Bullock, noted expert on Chinese history and seventh President of Agnes Scott College. She will answer questions about the history of Presbyterian Chinese Missions. Steve Sloup will talk about the legacy of Presbyterian Christian Education. For information contact Presbyterian Heritage Center at Montreat at or 828.669.6556

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March Donation Drive: Laundry Detergent - We need your help to collect liquid laundry detergent for our neighborhood ministry partner, Midtown Assistance Center, MAC, to stock their food and sundries pantry, Sunday, March 3 through Sunday, March 31. MAC is a non-profit whose mission is to provide emergency assistance to low-income working Atlantans to help prevent homelessness and hunger during periods of crisis. Donation bins are located in The Reception Landing and in the Children’s Ministry Welcome Area. If you are interested in learning more about ongoing volunteer serving opportunities at MAC please contact Roxie Chess,

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Congregational Meeting - Mark your Calendars for Sunday April 7 for the Congregational Meeting that will occur at the end of the 11:15 a.m. worship service. We will review the 2018 Annual Report and act on the request to dissolve the pastoral relationship with the Senior Pastor effective Sunday, May 19.

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Intergenerational Lunch - The NAPC Young Adults (typically defined as ages 20-40) invite our “grand” adult friends (those in or near retirement) to join us for another Intergenerational Lunch on Palm Sunday, April 14, immediately following the 11:15 a.m. service in the Overlook. The Young Adults will provide lunch, but please feel free to let us know if you would like to contribute a side dish or dessert. We hope you can attend! Questions/Information: Brooke Beckert,

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NAPC Task Force on Reconciliation invites you to join us on a “Becoming the Beloved Community” bus trip to Montgomery, Alabama to visit the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial of Peace and Justice on Saturday, April 27 from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. The cost is $35 per person and covers the bus fee and admission to the museum. Meals are not included. The two options of departure locations are First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta and Radcliffe Presbyterian Church. Payment must be received by Sunday, March 31. Details/Registration: Weslie Robinson, or 404.217.0204

A Word of Hope Bible Study

"Do not let your hearts be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me." This assurance of God's presence in our lives, from the Gospel of John, is one of the most powerful statements in the New Testament. This year, the Women's Inductive Bible Study will explore this gospel, which Scottish theologian William Barclay once described as "overflowing with riches." This group meets at 10 a.m. the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, with the new study set to begin on October 24. Newcomers are most welcome at any time. For more information, contact Sharon Bailey at (404) 248-9463 or, or Betty McKay at (404) 252-3174 or

Flourish: Women's Bible Studies

The Women’s Ministry kicks off a new Bible study—David: A Study in Imperfection—looking at the life of King David from the Old Testament. Known as the boy giant-slayer, shepherd king, and man after God’s own heart, David’s life and rule as king was also marked by sin, failure, and struggle. Come explore David’s complex life and pursuit of God. 

Studies meet at the church on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. and Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m.  beginning the week after Labor Day (September 6/7). Registration opens on August 10 here.