Welcome to Morningside Presbyterian Online
 
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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, November 30, 11:00 a.m.

Baron Mullis preaching
"When The Heavens Open"
Texts: Isaiah 64:1-9; Mark 13:24-27
Josh Stanley liturgist

 

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Application forms are available online (click on the logo above to continue to the Preschool main page). Prospective Parent Tours are now scheduled! Come visit and learn more on November 18, December 12 or January 7, 9:15 a.m. For more information or to RSVP, call Sarah Tomaka, Director, at 404.685.8758, or send her an email.

News & Upcoming

Clifton Sanctuary Ministries
Saturday, November 22, 5:45 p.m.
Thanksgiving Southern style is the theme for dinner for the 30 men at Clifton. Sides to go with fried chicken and sweet tea are needed. Contact shepherd David Johnston if you haven't already signed up.

Trending Church: Innovation, Mission and Changes
Shaping the 21st Century Church

Sunday, November 23, 9:45 a.m.
Rev. Lindsay Armstrong leads our adult class meeting in Room 201 in an exploration of the state of the church now and in the near future. She is the executive director of New Church Development for our Presbytery of Greater Atlanta.

Young Adults
Sunday, November 23, Noon
Lunch get-together after worship at d.b.a. Barbecue (1190 N. Highland Ave., 30306).  Come join us!

Atlanta Community Food Bank
Through November 30
Our annual collection is underway and we need more non-perishable food items for the hungry in our community to fill up the barrels located around the church building. Think nutritious items such as canned meats and vegetables, whole-grain cereals, peanut butter, low-sugar fruits and juices.....