Summer Series at Sandy Springs Christian Church, Jewish Origins and the New Testament, with Rev. Tom Edmondson as facilitator . July Community Sunday School is each Sunday in July at 10 a.m. in Dunlap Hall. July 15 - Lesson 2: You May Just Be a Pharisee: Multiple Judaisms in the First Century. July 22 - Lesson 3: Prophecy AND Apocalyptic. July 29 - Lesson 4: Back to the 21st Century: What Does the 21st Century Church Have in Common with the 1st Century Church? Sandy Springs Christian is located at 301 Johnson Ferry Road, NW, Sandy Springs 30328
Rock Spring Presbyterian Church summer worship is a Breath of Fresh Air. In the airy setting of the fellowship hall summer worship is high participation for members and visitors, adults and children, with scripture skits and hymns picked by congregation request on the spur of the moment. Sundays at 11 a.m., 1824 Piedmont Ave., Atlanta 30324
Summer Series at First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, The History of our Congregation and Stories Behind FPC’s Stained Glass, July 8, July 15, September 2, 9 – 10 a.m. in the sanctuary presented by Bill Lyons, The Archives Committee. July 8, The First Ten Years, 1848-58, Sabbath Sunday School to Marietta Street, first three Tiffany windows. July 15 Marietta Street, 1858-1898, the move, 1898-1914, Healing the relationship with Central, 50th Anniversary with Central and First Baptist, three Tiffany windows. September 2, Moving, First Service, December 5, 1915, more windows. Atlanta First Presbyterian Church, 1328 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta 30309
Essential Bible Stories is Summer Series at the Cathedral of St. Philip, 2744 Peachtree Road Atlanta 30305, Sunday mornings at 10:10 a.m. in Child Hall. Each Sunday, a new speaker will give you the fundamentals that you need for a formative Bible stories and explore why it is essential to life in the world today.
Another special opportunity at the Cathedral of St. Philip this summer is Summer Greek class. This Sunday morning summer class welcomes anyone interested in exploring biblical Greek or the resources used to translate the Greek text of the New Testament. Here you will enjoy discussions of the Greek and discover how knowing the original language adds nuance and depth of understanding to reading the Bible. The class will be held on July 1, 8, 22 and 29. 2744 Peachtree Road Atlanta 30305 (Room 370). Please contact the Rev. Thee Smith, 404-727-0636 for more information.
Brookhaven United Methodist Church Summer Series on the Fruits of the Spirit starts this Sunday. Got Fruit?Join them as Pastor Sara brings us the word on the fruit of self-control. You won't want to miss it! 9:45 at 1366 North Druid hills Road, Atlanta 30319.
Northside Drive Baptist Church, 3100 Northside Drive, NW, Atlanta 30305. Christian Spiritual Disciplines, Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Two week sessions on Contemplation, Fasting, Meditation on Scripture, Prayer, Sabbath, and Solitude exploring the definition, origin, and past and emerging practices. Contact Lora Hawk, 404-405-1748 or email@example.com, for details.
Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church,1660 North Decatur Road N.E.. Atlanta, 30307. Religion in the South, Sundays at 9:45 a.m. professors, scholars, and church leaders focus on the rich history of religion in the American South. Suggested Reading List
Trinity Presbyterian Church,3003 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta 30327. Speaking of our Faith, during the month of June Trinity members share their musings on life and faith.
18th Annual Atlanta Summer Organ Festival
International concert organist Lynne Davis will present the first recital in the 18th annual Atlanta Summer Organ Festival at All Saints' Episcopal Church, 634 West Peachtree Street, Wednesday, June 20, at 7:30 p.m. A suggested donation of $15 is requested at the door. Lynne lived and worked in France for over 30 years, and will present an all-French program of works by Nicolas de Grigny, Maurice Duruflé, Jehan Alain, and César Franck. There will be a reception in Ellis Hall following the concert.
June 27, Thomas Neil at Cathedral of Christ the King, 2699 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta 30305
July 11, Jonathan Biggers at Peachtree Road UMC, 3180 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta 30305
July 18, Scott Dettra at Cathedral of St. Philip. 2744 Peachtree Road, Atlanta 30305
Presbyterian History and Reformed Theology Lecture Series July 16-19 at Montreat Conference Center. Internationally-known scholars will stretch and challenge Western understanding of Christianity: Justo Gonzalez (South America), Paul Huh (Korea), Eun Sik Cho (North Korea and the Philippines), Yonggyu Lee (China, and Mongolia), Raj Nadella (India), John Azumah (Africa), and Marsha Snulligan-Haney (missiology). The daily lectures will be facilitated by Deborah F. Mullen, dean of faculty at Columbia Theological Seminary and Paul T. Roberts, dean and president of Johnson C. Smith Seminary. The series, now in its sixth year, will take place from 9:00 – 11:30 AM in Convocation Hall in Assembly Inn. Advance registration is not required, and there is no charge for this event.