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Sunday Morning and Evening Worship

10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Sunday School Classes

9:30 a.m.

Church Address

5000 Stewart Mill Road,

Douglasville, GA 30135

Phone: 770.489.6758

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VBS Pictures

The first three days of VBS have been such a joy. Please enjoy some of the pictures of the children and their activities. Delete VBS 2019 Day 1 Delete VBS 2019 Day 2 Delete VBS 2019 Day 3 ...

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PCA's General Assembly Supports the Nashville Statement

The Nashville Statement was written in 2017 in response to our culture's confusion regarding marriage and sexual identity. The statement asserts that humanity's "true identity, as male and female persons, is given by God" and "God's design for his creation and his way of salvation serve to bring him the greatest glory and bring us the greatest good." Furthermore, it expres...

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What Does It Mean to Be "Pastoral"?

What characteristics do we value in our pastors and elders? How much does our culture affect what we admire? How often do we take our wishes and expectations to the Scriptures to see if they are biblical? Kevin DeYoung wrote a helpful article on this subject. May God bless His church with biblical leaders and followers....

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The Parables of Jesus - VBS 2019

Grace Presbyterian Church warmly invites your children (ages 4-11) to our Vacation Bible School, which will be held July 8-12 from 2-5 pm. The theme this year is the parables of Jesus. Jesus used parables to teach people God's kingdom truth. Your children will enjoy learning about these beautiful, important, and powerful stories from God's Word through teaching, singi...

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Cultural Controversies

As many of you are aware, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America meets next week. Please pray that all of the delegates will have the mind of Christ and, with one accord, pursue biblical orthodoxy. One of the primary discussions at the assembly will be homosexuality and sexual identity. Here is a link to a helpful article from the Gospel Reformation Ne...

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Do You Have To Go Twice?

Are we commanded in scripture to attend worship twice on The Lord's Day? Please take the time to enjoy this article written by Pastor David for the Gospel Reformation Network. In his article, he makes the biblical argument for an evening service on the Lord's Day and expounds on its importance to the Christian. Follow the link below. https://gospelreformation.net/do-yo...

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Pray for Our Persecuted Brothers and Sisters in China

According to World Magazine, on Sunday morning, December 9, Chinese authorities arrested more than 100 of the leaders and members of Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu, China. Congregants arrived at their building to find the gate locked and police blocking all the entrances; some of these congregants were arrested. The following Sunday, December 16, members of Early Ra...

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A Growing Marriage

Are you looking for ways to grow in your marriage? Do you need encouragement and instruction on how to more faithfully love and serve your spouse? Here is a helpful post that lists various resources and asks several questions that can aid in building a biblical marriage....

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Join us for our Reformation Celebration!

We would be delighted for you to join us in our commemoration of Reformation Day. We will gather at the church (5000 Stewart Mill Road, Douglasville, GA 30135) onOctober 31st, from 5-8pm, to enjoy food, games, a costume contest, singing, and a message on the greatness of God's grace. The costume contest will be held from 5-6pm, so kids are encouraged to come dressed as th...

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Confessing Sin

Have you ever wonder why we should confess our sin? If they are all forgiven past, present and future why take the time to do so when convicted? Here is a helpful article responding to these and other questions centered around the topic of confessing sin....

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