Welcome to Morningside Presbyterian Online
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, October 4, 11:00 a.m.

Drew Stockstill, preaching
“A World Communion”
Texts: Isaiah 25:6-10a; Revelation 7:9-17






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There are a few spots available for toddlers and 4-year olds for fall. Application 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.

News & Upcoming

Church Officer Nominations
Deadline Sunday, October 4
As a church, we have many joys and challenges ahead in the next three years. It's time to nominate new members for our leadership teams of deacons and elders for the Class of 2018, plus lay members for next year's Officer Nominating Committee (write ONC along with the nominee's name on the nomination form). Elections will be forthcoming at a Congregational Meeting. Boxes for nominations are in the Narthex and Welcome Center.

Thriving and Surviving
Thursday, October 1, 7:00 p.m.
If you are the mother of a young child (or a mother to be), join us in Room 201. Facilitated by Dr. Sarah Juul, the mother of a young child and perinatal psychiatrist in private practice, we will discuss baby nurture, life changes, and coping and adapting resources. Child care will be provided, but children are welcome. RSVP to Ellen Behm.

Pick-a-Pan Sunday
Sunday, October 4
It's Morningside's turn to feed the 30 clients at Journey on Sunday, October 11. All you have to do is pick up an aluminum pan in the Narthex this week and bring it back filled with the suggested meal item next Sunday (or bring it to the shelter on the campus of Druid Hills Presbyterian by 6:00 p.m. that evening).

Theology on Tap
Monday, October 5, 7:00 p.m.
This month our men's group tackles the Third Commandment ("God's last name isn't xxxx") on a Monday evening instead of the usual Tuesday. RSVP to the church office for dinner hosted by Philip Hawkins and discussion, all at the home of Ken Sharpe (1700 Timberland Road, 30345).

Poetry Group
Thursday, October 8, 12:30 a.m.
We encounter God in many written forms: scripture, hymns and poetry. Come join Baron in his office to explore poems that reflect the Christian calendar.

Atlanta Pride Service
Thursday, October 8, 7:30 p.m.
This year's worship service welcomes everyone to Central Presbyterian Church (201 Washington Street SW, 30303—across from the State Capitol). MPC's handbell and chancel choir members will participate.

Couples Group
Friday, October 9, 7:00 p.m.
If there are two of you, you're invited to a social evening with dinner at the home of Nancy and Mac Frampton (2852 Castlewood Drive NW, 30327). Contact the Bremers for details and to RSVP.

Sunday Morning Picnic
Sunday, October 11, 10:15 a.m.
That's right—it's a MORNING picnic to welcome our new Director of Children's Ministries, Sarah Kate DeWyngaert. Our MPC children welcome all to the picnic area near the playground to get acquainted.