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Sundays

9am & 10:30am

11940 Alpharetta Highway, Ste. #128
Alpharetta, Georgia

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Worship gatherings at The Parish are lively, welcoming, simple, and sacred.

Dress is casual, kids are playing, and the coffee is strong. We are always excited to welcome new guests, and we aim to shape gatherings that are both deeply meaningful and easily approachable. Gatherings run just over an hour in length, and though each week is different, common elements include music, teaching, and engagement with the stories of Scripture which point us to Jesus. At the close of each gathering, we join the rhythm of the global Church through communion and prayer.

We incorporate a liturgy that is both ancient and fresh. Because liturgy means the work of the people, our worship gatherings make space for engagement, and everyone is invited to contribute. We keep it very simple and will let you know exactly what to do.

Latest Sermons

Being the Beloved: Chosen & Blessed
We embark on a 3 week exploration of the identity of Christ’s Church. As the people of God, we are blessed, broken, and given for the sake of the world. Overflowing from our identity as God’s Beloved children, we practice communion and community, then together receive a commission to join our Father in the renewal of all things.
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Stepping Back and Moving Forward
From November to December, 2019, Eddie took a sabbatical for renewal and discernment. In this podcast, Eddie returns to The Parish and shares reflections from his time away and how God has met him and is leading him forward. Against the backdrop of John the Baptist, Eddie shares with our church that God is calling him to take a similar step back, and so he is resigning from his role as Rector of The Parish. 
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The One We’re Waiting For: All the Law & the Prophets
Flowing out of the conviction that Jesus is the Image of the Invisible God, we explore how we might engage the Bible in the light of His Image. Reading the Scriptures through the lens and filter of Jesus helps us make sense of the surprise ending to Israel’s Old Testament story. Jesus, the new lawgiver, the new prophet, the crucified and resurrected One has become God’s final Word of revelation.
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