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Picnic in the Park this Sunday, June 16th. No gatherings at the kalen center!
rsvp to bring a dish here‣

The Parish is a church community in Alpharetta, Georgia being shaped by the way of Jesus.

The Parish | An Anglican Church in Alpharetta Georgia

We gather Sundays at 9am & 10:30am for worship, community, and prayer. Beginning again in August, we will gather in mid-sized House Churches on second Sundays each month.


9am & 10:30am

The Kalen Center
201 Vaughan Drive
Alpharetta, Georgia

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Coming Up

Podcasts & Blogs

Ordinary Time | Power and the Powers (June 9, 2024)
You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you,” Jesus says. But what does power in the way of Jesus look like? What is the interplay between the cruciform power of Christ’s Spirit and the coercive powers of our age? We explore how power in the way of Jesus looks a lot like faithful presence and redemptive influence.
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Earthen Vessels | God In Our Weakness (and Family Ministry Updates!)
This morning we divide our time into two parts: First, Family Pastor Sarah Fetz shares some significant updates to our model for Family Ministry at The Parish. Then, Jordan shares a brief reflection on 2 Corinthians 4, asking what it means that God's all-surpassing power (the Holy Spirit) dwells inside fragile, frail jars like us.
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AfterWords | The Voice of the Wind
Jared Ray offers a poetic reflection on The Parish gathering for Pentecost Sunday (May 19, 2024).
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Pentecost, 2024: God’s Spirit Wind
On the day of Pentecost, we consider how God's Holy Spirit is the giver of life – beginning with genesis of all things through the birth of the Church. How can we be a community inhaling the breath of God and exhaling it as passers of peace for the renewal of the world?
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Eastertide: Do Not Cling (May 12, 2024)
On Ascension Sunday, Jordan is joined by special guest Barry Grecu. We consider Jesus’ lived pattern of death, resurrection, and ascension known as the paschal mystery, and how we learn to live in light of the way we did.
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Our Rhythm

We desire to be transformed by Christ as we practice His way of life. Journeying together, we are steadied and shaped by a shared rhythm, sometimes called a Rule of Life. This intentional rhythm helps us apprentice our lives to Jesus across three primary pathways: the head, heart, and hands.


Jesus re-minds us through practices of emotional, relational & mental health


Jesus renovates our inner life through practices of prayer & spiritual formation


Jesus reorients our way of being with others through practices of vocation, justice & service

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