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Teaching the Word

Reaching the World

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Current Studies

  On Sunday mornings during our corporate worship service at 11:00, we are in a study of the Gospel of Mark. Mark uniquely presents Jesus Christ as a Savior and Servant who marches unflinchingly toward the cross in obedience to the will of God.

  During the 9:30 Bible study hour, we are studying the book of Proverbs. Wisdom is the process of running well and finding success despite all of the uncertainties and potholes of life. Wisdom is effectively navigating the predictability as well as the uncertainties of life, joys and difficulties that are both mundane and exceptional. Proverbs provides systems to help us deal with all of these. 

  We have a class for children ages 11 and younger during the first hour, and we have teen class every other week during the first hour, as well.

  You can see some of our past studies and messages in our list of online sermons or you can find audio version of some of Pastor Matt's studies and messages on his Soundcloud page.

  We meet every Sunday morning for Bible study at 9:30 and corportate worship 11:00 at 10 College Street in the Norcross Community Center in Nocross, GA. 

  Come join us for meaningful Bible study and for substantive worship of God. 

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Upcoming Events

  • Sunday, July 16, 11:00 AM: We will begin a study of Mark

  • Thursday, July 20, 10:00 AM: Helpers needed for Norcross Cooperative Ministry’s Careerfest at Norcross First United Methodist Church

  • Sunday, July 23, 9:30 AM: Teen Class

  • Wednesday, July 26, 7:00 PM: Grace Group at the Kasper’s

  • Wednesday, August 9, 7:00 PM: Proclaim in the Park

  • Saturday, August 12, 8:30 AM: Deacon’s Meeting

  • Saturday, August 12, 6:00 PM: GABC at the Gwinnett Braves

  • Sunday, August 13, 9:30 AM: Electives Begin

  • Wednesday, August 23, 7:00 PM: Grace Group at the Kasper’s

  • Saturday, August 26, 7:45 AM: Good News Club training until 1:00

  • Wednesday, September 6, 7:00 PM: Grace Group at the Kasper’s

Current Direction

  A local church should always be moving with an intentional plan for how it can minister with optimal effectiveness as God directs and allows. In the Summer of 2017, we are focusing on three areas that form the acronym "OAR": Outreach, Accomplishment, and Relocation.

  Our outreach includes a variety of ways that we can not only improve our visibility as a church, but where we can actively proclaim the saving power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We believe that all people are sinners in need of a savior. Only Christ's sacrificial death and literal resurrection can provide eternal salvation, and forgiveness from God for those who trust in Christ.  We strive to spread the word about this Gospel and about our distinctives as a church by improving our web presence and distributing literature in parks and public areas in Norcross. 

  In terms of accomplishment, we want to strive to complete a variety of tasks that we affectionately refer to as "Fourteen things to get done in 2014." These include revising our Constitution, selecting some missionary families to support, having more elective classes on Sunday mornings, crafting more community outreach opportunities, and improving our worship service.

  The third element of "OAR" is "relocate." We are grateful for the current location where Grace Atlanta Bible church is meeting in the Norcross Community Center behind the Lionheart theater.  However, we want to continue to look for a permanent facility for our church that would please God and optimize our ability to minister for Him. 

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