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This Week is House Church Sunday (no Services at Kalen Center)! Instead, join us at a House Church ‣

Worship Gatherings

Sundays, 9am & 10:30am *

The Kalen Center
201 Vaughan Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30009


* On 4th Sundays, we gather instead in mid-sized House Churches.

Worship gatherings at The Parish are lively, welcoming, simple, and sacred.

Dress is casual, kids are playing, and the coffee is local. We are always excited to welcome new guests, and we aim to shape gatherings that are both deeply meaningful and easily approachable. Gatherings run just over an hour in length, and though each week is different, common elements include music, teaching, and engagement with the stories of Scripture which point us to Jesus. At the close of each gathering, we join the rhythm of the global Church through communion and prayer.

We incorporate a liturgy that is both ancient and fresh. Because liturgy means the work of the people, our worship gatherings make space for engagement, and everyone is invited to contribute. We keep it very simple and will let you know exactly what to do.

Childcare for ages 0-5 years is available at the 9am gathering. Childcare for all ages is available during the 10:30am gathering.

The Latest

A Big Enough Story | A Call to Remembrance (Christ the King Sunday) (November 20, 2022)
This morning Parishioner John Ott challenges our assumptions around the idea of obedience; recognizing that obedience is fundamental to the Christian path, but, it is more about the location of it in the sense that obedience is located in-between the practice of remembrance and God’s abundance.  Obedience is therefore not a formulaic and shamed based response, but rather something we do out of overflow in our remembrance of God’s faithfulness in the past and our hope in God’s presence in the future.
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AfterWords | Surviving a Wilderness Season (November 13, 2022)
Lisa Goddard offers a 3 minute written reflection on The Parish gathering from Sunday, November 13, 2022.
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A Big Enough Story | A Promised Place (The God Who Saves) (November 13, 2022)
This past Sunday, Jordan took us through the Exodus story, noting that God hears the cries of trying times and He responds. In our own stories, we often want instant gratification, immediate transformation, a quick solution, but God has a purpose and plan, seeking our patience, cooperation and discernment to understand what He is up to.
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