We are resuming Sunday classes in the building

Starting May 2, 2021, we will shift back to our traditional schedule of meeting at 9:30 AM on Sunday for Bible class and 10:30 AM for our worship hour. Children’s classes are planned for the 9:30 time as well.

We still meet on Wednesdays in the building at 7:00 PM for a single class. At this time, we are not yet resuming children’s classes on Wednesdays.

We continue to 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 April 19, 2021

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

Striving for the Faith

Garden City church of Christ



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

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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Jesus’ First Parables

April 25, 2021
There are three parables in Matthew chapter 9. The book of Matthew does not explicitly say they are parables, but Luke does. Part of a series in the parables.
Speaker: Bryant Brailles Summary: We must make good use of our time in a world where evil is all around us. Part of a year-long series in Ephesians chapters 5…

Parable of the Sower

April 11, 2021
Probably the most famous parable, Jesus compares the Kingdom of Heaven to a farmer with seeds. What is unusual about this parable is that it does not actually begin with "The Kingdom of Heaven is like...." It can be argued, though, that all parables are about the kingdom, and even this one is explained as relating to the kingdom eventually, in verse 19.
One of the most famous poems in the Bible, it provides comfort for those facing adversity, because we know the God is in control of everything.
Why did Jesus speak in parables?
Just as light "exposes" things that were hidden in the dark, the Christian is to "expose" sin and avoid it. The passage is metaphor and not simile - Christians are not merely "like" a light; they ARE the light. Part of a year-long series in Ephesians chapters 5 and 6.
Christians must live by a higher moral standard. Part of a year-long series in Ephesians chapters 5 and 6.
An amazing story in the Bible that most people do not know much about. In the days of King Saul, the Philistines are aggressively taking over Israel. (This is before we are introduced to David.) Saul's son Jonathan decides to attack a garrison himself with only his armor-bearer at his side. It is a turning point in the war with Philistia. But most remarkable is that Jonathan refuses to let the victory be easy in any way but relies on the LORD to deliver him. 
'Making our calling and election sure.' The last in a six-part series in 2 Peter chapter 1.
The Bible encourages us to be fruitful and effective but it also warns us if we lack in these things. Continuing a six-part series in 2 Peter chapter 1.
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