We are resuming limited meetings

We now have TWO services per week at the building, Sundays at 10 AM (notice the change in time) and Wednesday at 7 PM. Contact us for information on additional studies online.

We insist that all in attendance wear a mask and maintain separation at all times. We are also asking members to bring their own bread and grape juice for observing the Lord’s Supper, but will have sealed extras as needed.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation.

Updated October 6, 2020.

Also please note we have changed our phone number to (912) 421-8463

Striving for the Faith

Garden City church of Christ

Welcome

Welcome

We are striving locally and autonomously to be in every way the church that God sent His Son to establish, the church you can read about in the Bible. We are striving to preserve the unity of the Spirit that God granted us in our salvation as we have been told in Ephesians 4:1-3.

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Location and Times

Location and Times

We meet as a congregation Sundays at 9:30 AM and 2 PM 10 AM and Wednesdays at 7PM.

Our building is located at:

4506 Augusta Rd., Garden City, GA

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Bible Studies

Bible Studies

We would be glad to invest time in studying God’s word with you; helping you to know God’s word better, answering any questions you may have & above all, helping you to know Jesus Christ & His gospel.

Teaching Schedule

Upcoming Events

Recent Sermons and Classes

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Continuing a series on the introductory chapters of the book of Acts. Peter tells the audience of devout Jews that they killed the Messiah. 3,000 of them become Christians as a result.
Continuing a series on the introductory chapters of the book of Acts. In these verses, some crazy things happen with fire and the Holy Spirit. Also Peter begins his speech and quotes a passage about the Day of the Lord. 
In these verses, the eleven remaining apostles choose a new 12th apostle. Also looking at the role of prayer and the Holy Spirit in this story. Part of a series on the introductory chapters of the book of Acts.
The final lesson in this year's theme on Ephesians chapter 4. (The title says it all.)
Beginning a series on the introductory chapters of the book of Acts. Acts is widely understood as a follow-up to the gospel of Luke, and written by the same author. Verse 8 is what many consider the thesis statement of the book, how the gospel spread within the city where it started, then to the land of historical Israel, then to the Roman Empire. 

Appealing to Sinning Brethren

November 22, 2020
If a Christian in your local church abandons his faith or sins relentlessly with no desire to change at all, what should that church do? Ignore it? Even if he leaves, should the church just take a sigh of relief and never discuss it again? The Bible is actually very specific on how to handle such a situation, and it is blunt.

Pursuing our Resurrection

November 15, 2020
Jesus was resurrected, and we also have been, in a sense, through baptism (if you have been baptized), but there is still yet a future resurrection that awaits the Christian. We should look joyfully toward this better, future hope. 
Why do we meet as a church - why not just study and praise God by ourselves? Part of a series.
What should a congregation be doing for its members and for the community? Part of a series.
Without a hierarchy of human organization, is there anything that sets the church, as a whole, apart from individual congregations? Part of a series.
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