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The love of God is broader than the measures of our minds ... here at Morningside, all are loved, valued and respected.

We hope you'll join us in worship and help us extend that welcome as wide as God's love.

Grace and Peace to you,
Baron Mullis, Pastor

WEATHER ALERT: The church and church office are currently closed.
Staff are available via email or cellphone.

Next Worship Service

Sunday, February 7, 11:00 a.m.

Baron Mullis, preaching
“The Greatness of God”
Texts: Luke 9:28-36; Luke 9:37-43






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2016-2017 registration forms are available online (click on the logo above to continue to the Preschool main page). For more information, call Melinda Sandkam, Director, at 404.685.8758, or send her an email.  Registration for the 2016-2017 school year begins on February 1.

News & Upcoming..

Shape-Note Singing and Potluck Lunch
Saturday, February 6, 10:00 a.m.
Get acquainted with this time-honored American choral tradition in a friendly workshop in Fellowship Hall. No fee or vocal experience necessary but bring a side dish or dessert to share for a potluck lunch at noon (we supply the entree and everything else). Register with  Dr. Jonathan Crutchfield to experience this rare opportunity.

Welcoming The Stranger: Refugees in Atlanta"
Sunday, February 7, 9:45 a.m.
On this, the fifth in an eight-week series featuring experts with first-hand knowledge of the opportunities and challenges for and with the newcomers to our country, we welcome Julia Levy, a former member at Morningside and director of The Global Village School in Decatur. This school serves girls and younger women refugees from war-torm and other difficult situations, many of whom have never had an educational opportunity.All are welcome for these vital discussions in Room 201.

Souper Bowl of Caring
Sunday, February 7, Noon
Our youth will be outside the Sanctuary with 'soup pots" for your doanations to our annual collection of funds to feed the hungry, part of a national Presbyterian outreach. Our collection will go to support the food pantry at Intown Collaborative Ministries.

Pick-a-Pan Sunday
Sunday, February 7
See those shiny steam-table pans in the Narthex? Each one hld a suggestion of a dinner item for the men of Journey on February 14. Prepare the dish and brining it to church of to the Journey shelter by 6:00 p.m. the following Sunday. Questions?  Ask Joe Brady.

Pancake Supper and Pajama Party
Tuesday, February 9, 5:30 p.m.
It's our annual pre-Lenten celebration honoring our preschool and church families. Come stuff yourself on pancakes and their trimmings, bring along new underwear for infants through fifth grade for the clothing closet at Threads, and wear your PJs--but only if you're a kid.  There'll be entertainment, too. Sign up for a shift to set up, serve or clean up by clicking here. Reservations are also needed and you can use the same link to RSVP.  Or reach out to the event chair, Julie Schoen.

LGBT & Friends
Tuesday, February 7, 7:00 p.m.
Rev. Dr. Joanna Adams will speak on the timely topic of "Dancing with the Bear of Religion and Politics in America" after dinner at the home of Kent and Tony (1368 Northview Dr., 30306). Everyone is welcome--just RSVP here by Friday.A $10 donation will cover the cost of dinner.

Journey Fundraiser
Friday, February 12, 7:00 p.m.
The Masquerade (695 North Ave. NE) wukk rock with the music of The Vivid Things to benefit our long-time outreach partner, Journey Men's Shelter. All of the $50 admission price, which includes food,  benefits the shelter's services.