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

We gather most Sundays at 9am & 10:30am for worship, community, and prayer. On 4th Sundays, we gather in mid-sized House Churches.

Sundays

9am & 10:30am

The Kalen Center
201 Vaughan Drive
Alpharetta, Georgia

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Coming Up

Podcasts & Blogs

AfterWords | The Blessed Fall (October 2, 2022)
Keely Darnell offers a 3 minute written reflection on The Parish gathering from Sunday, October 2, 2022.
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A Big Enough Story | Felix Culpa (Your Good Heart) (October 2, 2022)
This morning we pick right back up in Genesis 3, continuing to talk about the fall and how the fracturing fault of sin distorts what God created as good. And yet, what we know to be true, is this is not the end of the Story. We're introduced to an old church liturgy that says, "O happy fault, that earned for us so glorious a Redeemer. Fortunate Fall, that gained for us so great a Redeemer!"
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AfterWords | Child’s Play (September 25, 2022)
Lisa Leeper offers a 3 minute written reflection on the House Church gathering from Sunday, September 25, 2022.
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AfterWords | The Truth’s Superb Surprise (September 18, 2022)
Laura Boggs offers a 3 minute written reflection on The Parish gathering from Sunday, September 18, 2022.
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A Big Enough Story | The Falling of Self & Sin (September 18, 2022)
In Jordan’s sermon, adapted from a message by Rob Bell, he points to the trouble with jumping straight to the problem of sin as introduced in Genesis 3. When we pass over “God saw that it was good,” we’re left with a story chiefly about sin and a God who exists only to solve it. This morning's message is on reminding us to begin with "the beginning," God made all things good.
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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.

Head

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

Heart

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

Hands

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

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