Updates to mask considerations

1) We continue to insist that all in attendance wear a mask while moving around the building.

2) Please be mindful that those on the left side of the building (as you walk in) are exercising more caution than most people are. Please respect their concerns.

3) But, if you feel comfortable with removing your mask, please ONLY DO SO WHEN SEATED, and if possible, be seated on the right side of the auditorium. In other words, please DO WEAR A MASK when entering the building, walking around, socializing, using the restrooms, and when leaving the building.

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 July 26, 2021

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 Wednesdays at 7:00 PM.

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.

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Upcoming Events

Recent Sermons and Classes

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Patterns of Predestination

September 19, 2021
Predestination is undeniably a term used in the Bible, but the common idea that we have no control over our fates is at odds with other scriptures that show that everything we do matters for our souls. So, what, then, is predestination?
Instructions to children and fathers - but arguably (to say the least), all of the instructions are for the parents. Ironically, this is actually not part of our classes on parenting; it is part of a year-long series going through Ephesians chapters 5 and 6.
Characteristics of godly citizens in this world. Main focus is on (1) being the voice of moderation; (2) long-term considerations; and (3) showing sensitivity toward others' backgrounds. Part of a series of classes on the home.

The Fellowship of Jesus’ Joy

September 5, 2021
Jesus found joy in suffering on the cross. What sacrifices do we make in our lives?

Redeeming the Time

August 29, 2021
Are we taking advantages of opportunities to spend time with Christ? We look at a few passages where ordinary people had the chance to talk to Jesus face to face.

Parenting (class)

August 29, 2021
An overview of spiritual principles for raising children. Topics include (1) Both parents must be God-centered; (2) Family structure - fathers must lead and be responsible for their children's raising and teaching; (3) Build a hedge around your family; (4) Fathers must make rules for their families.
The last chapters of the book Judges are downright disturbing, especially chapters 19-21. They show the complete unraveling of the morality and faithfulness of Israel in the generations immediately following the grand success of Joshua (listen to last week's lesson). The chapters in this lesson are not as physically unsettling but nonetheless still show the systemic lack of consideration for God's laws in those times. 
One of Moses' very last speeches was to dictate to the nation that once they entered Canaan, they were to do a theatrical exercise of shouting commands from opposing mountainsides. And they did, in Joshua's day. But would their commitment last?
Instructions to husbands. They are told to love their wives as Christ loved the church. Part of a year-long series in Ephesians chapters 5 and 6.
The story of Jonah that most people are familiar with ends at chapter 3. But the true climax is in chapter 4, where Jonah is bitter about God's mercy.
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